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REMC Power Outages

March 12, 2014
REMC Power Outages

Due to last night’s snow and ice storm, Marshall County REMC currently has interrupted power to 4 substations affecting approximately 3,873 of our members in the Northwest, Central and Northeast part of the county.  In addition, there may be outages outside those 4 substations.  Marshall County REMC advises members to call their 24/7 outage...
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Wednesday Closings and Cancellations

March 12, 2014

The American Red Cross Blood Drive scheduled at Argos United Methodist Church for today has been canceled due to winter weather. To schedule a blood donation appointment when travel is safe, please visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS. As weather and road conditions have deteriorated, Ancilla College will be closed today. “Exercise classes at...
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Fire Totally Destroyed Home on 5C Road north of Plymouth

March 11, 2014
Fire Totally Destroyed Home on 5C Road north of Plymouth

03/12/14 Firefighters and fire apparatus from 12 departments responded to 14,500 5C Road, the deeded property of Mary Jo and Stanley Kaser at 3:26 Tuesday afternoon for a structure fire.  A two story house on the north side of 5C Road was totally engulfed in flames with thick black smoke billowing into the sky. ...
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County BZA denies variance

March 11, 2014

PLYMOUTH – A local couple will have 30 days to contest a Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals decision if they are to place a banquet hall on their property. Daniel and Beth Cashen of Leesburg came before the board seeking a variance of use for property they own on 3B Road in North...
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ISTEP Administration Irregularities at Menominee Elementary

March 11, 2014
ISTEP Administration Irregularities at Menominee Elementary

  The Plymouth Community School Corporation completed an investigation of ISTEP administration irregularities last week at Menominee Elementary School and will be sending a comprehensive report to the Indiana Department of Education in an effort to self-report these irregularities. According to Dan Funston, the corporation’s testing coordinator, the irregularities that were found could result...
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3 Charged with Attempted Murder in Economy Inn Shooting on Feb. 22

March 11, 2014
3 Charged with Attempted Murder in Economy Inn Shooting on Feb. 22

  On Saturday, February 22nd the Plymouth Police Department received a report of gunshots fired at the Economy Inn located at 2535 North Michigan Street in Plymouth. Upon arrival it was determined that nobody had been injured, but shots had been fired at someone residing at the Inn from a dark colored car that...
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Plymouth Youth Injured in Morning Crash

March 11, 2014
Plymouth Youth Injured in Morning Crash

PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth youth is hospitalized after a crash on 13th Road this morning. Kaleb Miller was transported to Memorial Hospital, fog prevented him being airlifted by helicopter. Miller was injured when the Dodge Dakota he was driving hit a patch of ice and spun into the ditch before hitting a tree by...
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Winter Storm Warning issued for our area

March 11, 2014
Winter Storm Warning issued for our area

  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for late tonight through late Wednesday afternoon. Rain will spread into the area tonight and change over to snow late tonight. A period of sleet is possible during the transition from rain to snow. The snow will be heavy at times and is...
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PHS Jazz Band Receive Gold

March 11, 2014
PHS Jazz Band Receive Gold

  On Friday, March 7, the Plymouth High School jazz bands attended the annual Indiana State School Music Association’s annual jazz competition.  The jazz ensemble students came home with solid gold ratings! The PHS Jazz Combo performed first in competition and earned a Gold Award.  Soloist for the combo was sophomore Sarah Tanner. Performing...
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February Activity Report for Plymouth Police

March 11, 2014
February Activity Report for Plymouth Police

  03/12/14  Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented the February activity report during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Calls for information and complaints topped the February report with 786 calls for information and 174 complaints.  City officers conducted 167 traffic stops last month and responded to 165 9-1-1 calls. Plymouth...
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