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Severe Thunderstorms Possible Monday Afternoon and Evening

June 21, 2015
Severe Thunderstorms Possible Monday Afternoon and Evening

Sunday evening the National Weather Service in Northern Indiana advised of the threat of severe weather that may impact our area. Thunderstorms will develop and move through the area late Monday afternoon through Monday evening, June 22nd, during the 3 p.m. to midnight time frame. Winds could be in excess of 58 mph with...
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PCSC IREAD-3 Summer School Remediation 2015 Wraps

June 21, 2015
PCSC IREAD-3 Summer School Remediation 2015 Wraps

Summer school remediation for Plymouth Community School Corporation third grade students who did not pass IREAD-3 and who did not qualify and receive a good cause waiver wrapped up on Friday June 19. The two-week school began on June 8 and was held from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Jefferson Elementary School. The 26 students...
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Body of Missing Marshall County Man Found

June 20, 2015
Body of Missing Marshall County Man Found

Leiters Ford – The Indiana State Police investigation into the disappearance of Aaron Tracy Eckman, 20, Lapaz, IN, has to come to a tragic end. Last night at approximately 9:20 p.m., conservation officers from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources located Eckman’s body in the Tippecanoe River. The body was located approximately a mile...
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Conservation Officers Locate Eckman’s Body

June 20, 2015
Conservation Officers Locate Eckman’s Body

Saturday morning about 8 the DNR Facebook page posted they located the missing Marshall County man. Late Friday night Indiana Conservation Officer located the body of Aaron Eckman in the Tippecanoe River in Fulton County. The 20 year old from LaPaz went missing early Wednesday morning near Leiters Ford.
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Hopkins Arrested on Warrant

June 19, 2015
Hopkins Arrested on Warrant

Thursday afternoon about 4:15 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop at Michigan Street and Plymouth Goshen Trail.  The stop was on a subject he recognized and knew had an active warrant. 27 year old Richard Hopkins of Plymouth was taken into custody on a warrant for conspiracy to manufacture meth, maintaining...
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Titus, Inc. of Plymouth Receives Entrepreneurship Award

June 19, 2015

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann along with the Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) presented the 2014 Economic Development through Entrepreneurship (EDGE) Awards.    These awards recognize small businesses who work hard each day to grow Indiana’s economy.    U.S. Small Business (SBA) also celebrated its Indiana Small Business Person of the Year at the ceremony held Friday afternoon in...
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Vandals Light Trash Can on Fire in Centennial Park Restroom

June 19, 2015
Vandals Light Trash Can on Fire in Centennial Park Restroom

Friday afternoon the Plymouth Fire Department responded to the restrooms building near the Girl’s softball diamond in Centennial Park for a report of smoke. Firefighters entered the facility and located a cardboard trash can that had a fire blazing in it.  The fire destroyed the trash can and melted a light fixture.   Fire crews...
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IN Senator Randy Head Highlights New Legislation

June 19, 2015
IN Senator Randy Head Highlights New Legislation

This year, the General Assembly passed legislation to provide Hoosiers greater access to health care without unnecessary government intrusion. Some of these new laws include: Indiana’s Medical Health Shield law, which will encourage more doctors to offer basic volunteer care by protecting them from frivolous lawsuits; The “Right to Try” law, which offers patients with a...
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Deadline Approaches for 21st Century Scholarship Applications

June 19, 2015
Deadline Approaches for 21st Century Scholarship Applications

The 2015 deadline for Indiana 7th and 8th grade students to apply for Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program is Tuesday, June 30. The 21st Century Scholars program provides up to four years of tuition and fees for low income students who meet certain goals and requirements outlined in an agreement called the “Scholar Pledge.” The pledge...
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August is the Mayor’s Month of Music in River Park Square

June 19, 2015
August is the Mayor’s Month of Music in River Park Square

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is excited to announce a new event!  The Mayor’s Month of Music will take place at the Performance Stage at River Park Square on each Friday evening in August.  “I love the music that the Park Department has brought to the stage at River Park Square in June and Encore...
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