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Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week Begins March 19

March 17, 2017
Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week Begins March 19

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is encouraging Hoosiers to plan ahead for extreme weather as part of Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week, March 19-25. “The arrival of spring in Indiana means an increased threat for severe weather,” said John Erickson, Director of Public Affairs at IDHS. “This year, Hoosiers across the...
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Betty E. Wiseman – 99 – from Plymouth

March 17, 2017

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Eckman Located at Super 8, Arrested on 4 Warrants

March 17, 2017
Eckman Located at Super 8, Arrested on 4 Warrants

On Wednesday, March 15, Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department received information regarding the location of the 56 year old Sara I. Eckman. Detective Mangus confirmed three active warrants through Marshall County and one from St. Joseph County for her arrest. About 2:30 Wednesday afternoon, Detective Mangus located Sara Eckman at the...
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Bipartisan Group of House Members Seek Additional Information on Marine Obscene Photo Sharing Scandal

March 17, 2017
Bipartisan Group of House Members Seek Additional Information on Marine Obscene Photo Sharing Scandal

WASHINGTON – U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski (IN-02) and Annie Kuster (NH-02) on Tuesday sent a bipartisan letter to Secretary of Defense James Mattis seeking additional information on the reports that as many as 30,000 Marines are being investigated as part of their involvement in distributing and commenting on obscene photos of female Marines. Walorski and Kuster are...
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Knox Woman Severely Injured in State Road 17 Crash

March 17, 2017
Knox Woman Severely Injured in State Road 17 Crash

A two vehicle crash Friday morning about 8:30 on State Road 17 diverted traffic for a while as emergency responded had to extricate one of the victims from the crash site. County Police Officer Joe Giordano investigated the crash and determined that 65 year old Jewel M. Stone of Plymouth was west bound in...
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JC Penny in Plymouth WILL NOT CLOSE!

March 17, 2017
JC Penny in Plymouth WILL NOT CLOSE!

Friday morning J C Penney released the list of the 138 department stores they will be closing in an effort to cut costs and grow sales.  The store in Plymouth is NOT on the list!  The retailer is closing its weakest stores with hopes of growing sales even more at its strongest stores. The...
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PHS Staff Supports NCAA Tournament in Style

March 17, 2017
PHS Staff Supports NCAA Tournament in Style

In honor of the 2017 March Madness NCAA Tournament, Plymouth High School principal Jim Condon relaxed the dress code for his staff on Thursday and allowed jeans to be worn… as long as employees wore a shirt promoting a university or college that is represented in this year’s tournament!   This picture was taken...
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Vargas Arrested for Attempted Breaking & Entering at Mayflower

March 17, 2017
Vargas Arrested for Attempted Breaking & Entering at Mayflower

A Plymouth man was arrested Tuesday evening after city officers were dispatched to the Mayflower Bar on West Jefferson Street for a subject cutting a padlock off the basement access on the side of the business. When Officer Jeremy Enyart arrived on the scene he found 43 year old Adan Vargas in the passenger...
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City Street Dept. to work on Aging Traffic Lights

March 17, 2017
City Street Dept. to work on Aging Traffic Lights

Plymouth’s Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt told the Board of Public Works and Safety this week, that they are experiencing trouble with some of the city’s traffic lights.   One of the lights he is concerned with is the traffic lights at South Michigan Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Marquardt said, “The controller down at Penguin...
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2nd Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest Approved for River Park Square June 24th

March 17, 2017
2nd Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest Approved for River Park Square June 24th

The second annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest, a fundraiser for Freedom Park will be held June 24th in River Park Square. Earlier this month the Plymouth Park Board approved a request to conduct the fundraiser in the city’s downtown park. Park Board president Dave Morrow said it was a success last year and...
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