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Cold Case Results in 10 Year Sentence on Manufacturing Methamphetamine

October 1, 2015
Cold Case Results in 10 Year Sentence on Manufacturing Methamphetamine

Glenn Linderman, 33, of Bourbon, was sentenced October 1,  in Marshall Superior Court Number 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine.  Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman expressed his gratitude and admiration to Detective Leo Mangus of the Plymouth Police Department and to an essential witness for reviving a four year old case...
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NIPSCO Donation to Triton Schools

October 1, 2015
NIPSCO Donation to Triton Schools

David Bremer, from NIPSCO, presented Tom McFarland, Triton School Corporation business manager a check for $2708 as a rebate from the recent lighting project at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School.
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County Police Investigate Burglary on 2C Road

October 1, 2015
County Police Investigate Burglary on 2C Road

On Wednesday, September 30th, in the early hours, a burglary was committed in the 11,000 block of 2C Road in Plymouth.   A Sony PlayStation 4 and many accessories for it, a yellow metal ring with a white/clear stone with a blue “G” on the side, and approximately $250 in cash were taken from inside...
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Bremen PD Offers Handgun Education Course

October 1, 2015
Bremen PD Offers Handgun Education Course

The Bremen Police Department would like to Invite the public 18 years and older to join them for a Civilian Handgun Education Course.  The training will be on Saturday, October 17th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Pines Building on West Plymouth Street and Industrial Drive, next to the VFW. You should bring...
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Plymouth Farmers’ Market, Final 2 Weeks

October 1, 2015
Plymouth Farmers’ Market, Final 2 Weeks

Don’t miss the final two weeks of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM). Featured music this week is Jeff Unterbrink entertaining with folk, classic and rock from 9 to 11:30. Encore Performing Arts will have tastings of their hand-packed soups. Try Palouse Pulse and Maestrone. They make great stocking stuffers at $6. Chili Capriccio and 6-Bean...
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Deadline to Register to Vote in Municipal Elections is Monday

October 1, 2015
Deadline to Register to Vote in Municipal Elections is Monday

The November Municipal Election is Tuesday November 3rd The deadline to register to vote, or to transfer voter registration, for the 2015 Municipal Election is Monday, October 5th, 2015.  Registration forms must be received in the Clerk’s office by 4:00 p.m.  October 5th, or registration forms mailed to the State of Indiana must be...
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Dine Out for United Way Kicks off this Week at Burger King and Mooney’s

September 30, 2015
Dine Out for United Way Kicks off this Week at Burger King and Mooney’s

Dine Out for United Way 2015 kicks off in Marshall County on Thursday, October 1, at Burger King (2021 N Michigan St) and Mooney’s Ice Cream (309 E Jefferson St) in Plymouth. During the months of October and November, 24 participating restaurants across the county will donate a percentage of sales on selected days...
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Police Chief Gives Thanks for Support

September 30, 2015
Police Chief Gives Thanks for Support

During Monday evening’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Plymouth Police Chief had no police department business to report although he did make a statement to the community. “I do want to say thank-you to everyone, department head, elected officials for all the support last week, especially emergency services.  I never thought...
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City Council Passes Resolutions

September 30, 2015
City Council Passes Resolutions

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council passed a resolution writing-off delinquent and non-collectible bills for city water, waste water, garbage and storm water customer bills. The total written off was $1,773.54 from 27 different accounts dating back to 2014.   Collection rates for the various departments did range from 99.853% up to 99.975%. Another resolution...
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City Council Approved $12.5 Million Budget and Resolutions

September 30, 2015
City Council Approved $12.5 Million Budget and Resolutions

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved the 2016 budget which has a bottom-line of $12, 549,509.  Net year’s budget has a 2.79 percent increase over this year’s and includes an across the board pay-raise of 2 percent. In other business The City Council approved a resolution to appropriate the $700,000 transfer earlier this...
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