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Naylor Arrested for OWI and Possession

February 26, 2014
Naylor Arrested for OWI and Possession

  02/27/14  On Tuesday. February 25th at approximately 4:15 A.M. Officer Wally Derifield with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on South Michigan Street near the cemetery. During the course of the traffic stop it was determined that 32 year old Bryan Naylor of Plymouth was Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated with...
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Updated: 2014 Boys Baskerball Sectional Ticket Information

February 26, 2014
Updated: 2014 Boys Baskerball Sectional Ticket Information

    02/26/14 The IHSAA 4A boys’ basketball sectional tourney this year will be hosted by South Bend Washington and will be played on March 4th, 5th, 7th, and 8th.  All seats are general admission.  The gymnasium will be divided into designated areas for each school participating.  All tourney tickets will be sold as...
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Goorhouse Arrested on Warrant

February 26, 2014
Goorhouse Arrested on Warrant

  02/27/14  On Tuesday, February 25th at 10:59 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to 322 West Jefferson Street in reference to warrant service.  Arriving at the location, Officer Workman located and arrested 25 year old Brittany L. Goorhouse of Plymouth for the active warrant through Marshall County for Failure to Appear for...
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Plymouth Opens Kindergarten Round-up to All Area Students

February 26, 2014
Plymouth Opens Kindergarten Round-up to All Area Students

  02/27/14 Since non-resident students can now attend Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) with no tuition, PCSC will host the annual Kindergarten Round-up on Thursday,February  27 in all Plymouth Elementary Schools. Parents are invited to bring their children to Plymouth. Resident parents should attend their specific school district round-up. Non-resident parents may attend the...
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Common Construction Wage Meeting Called for City & County Projects

February 26, 2014
Common Construction Wage Meeting Called for City & County Projects

  02/27/14 The Indiana Department of Labor has issued notice of a Common Construction Wage meeting for the City of Plymouth and Marshall County.   Since its adoption in 1935, Indiana’s prevailing wage law, now the Common Construction Wage Act, has established the minimum wage rates paid to construction workers on Indiana’s public works...
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Gloria Artist – 68 – of Plymouth

February 26, 2014
Gloria Artist – 68 – of Plymouth

  Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Woodcarver Bob Snare Visits at Miller’s

February 26, 2014
Woodcarver Bob Snare Visits at Miller’s

  02/27/14 Plymouth resident and woodcarver extraordinaire Bob Snare took time from his busy work schedule Tuesday afternoon to share his talent with residents of Miller’s Assisted Living.  Snare brought some of his most prized creations to show as well as the tools he uses to create his artwork. Snare prides himself as being...
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Two Triton seniors honored by state coaches

February 26, 2014
Two Triton seniors honored by state coaches

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Coaches of Girls’ Sports Association recently named their selections for their 2013-14 Academic All-State Basketball Team and Taylor Hatfield was among the 40 honored. Hatfield, a Triton senior, recently completed her final season with the Lady Trojans. Last November, she signed with IU East to continue her basketball career as...
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Wabash falls in NCAC Tourney

February 26, 2014
Wabash falls in NCAC Tourney

Six days ago, Wabash almost overcame an early 11-0 deficit at DePauw in a 75-74 defeat. In Tuesday night’s first-round matchup of the North Coast Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Little Giants fell behind 13-0 at their rivals but were unable to mount a final comeback in a 73-59 defeat. Trailing 19-9, Wabash responded with...
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11th & King Road Neighbors Make Plans to Fight Re-Zoning

February 26, 2014
11th & King Road Neighbors Make Plans to Fight Re-Zoning

  02/26/14 Tuesday evening an overflowing crowd of concerned citizens gathered in the meeting room at the Plymouth Library to get organized and get their plans in place to try and block the request of Irving Materials to rezone a piece of property on the north side of 11th Road and east of US...
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