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Back to Back Concerts at Miller’s

November 29, 2011
Back to Back Concerts at Miller’s

11/30/11 Jerry Holcomb of Anderson and his brother Joe  of Plymouth performed in back to back concerts at Miller’s Merry Manor and Miller’s Assisted Living on Wednesday, Nov. 23.  Usually a solo act, Jerry invited his brother to join him for this performance to start the Thanksgiving holiday a bit early.  With Jerry on...
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Washington Elementary Theme Night at PHS Girls Basketball

November 29, 2011
Washington Elementary Theme Night at PHS Girls Basketball

11/30/11 Hey Washington Elementary Families!  Show your pride and wear your Washington Wildcat gear to the PHS girls’ home varsity basketball game on Thursday, December 1st.  Come Support the Lady Pilgrims as they take on the Tippy Valley Vikings.  Each student will receive a ticket the day of the game from their teacher.  With...
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Marshall County Under A Winter Weather Advisory

November 29, 2011
Marshall County Under A Winter Weather Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect until 1 am EST. The Winter Storm Watch is no longer in effect. Rain may mix with sleet then change to all snow by mid afternoon. Snow will continue until midnight. 2-4 inches of snow is expected by early evening hours with...
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Salary Amendment Fails on 2nd Reading

November 28, 2011
Salary Amendment Fails on 2nd Reading

11/29/11 An ordinance amendment that would change the City’s Recreation/Pool Director’s position in the Park and Recreation Department from its previously salaried position to an hourly position did not pass on second reading Monday night. Two weeks ago City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the ordinance noting the administration wanted to have the rules suspended...
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CMA Shows Interest in Plymouth Airport for Student Flight Training Program

November 28, 2011
CMA Shows Interest in Plymouth Airport for Student Flight Training Program

11/29/11 Earlier this month Plymouth Municipal Airport Manager David Lattimer was approached by several individuals who are on the Board of Directors for Culver Academies.  They informed him that they will be resuming their student flight training program although they will not actually do the training on their field or with their own staff. ...
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Nifong Arrested for Auto Theft

November 28, 2011
Nifong Arrested for Auto Theft

11/29/11 A vehicle stolen from the parking lot at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth on Thanksgiving Day was located. Thursday, November 24th at 2:19 a.m. the Plymouth Police Department was contacted about a stolen vehicle.   At approximately 5:30 a.m. Officer Jordan Rans located the stolen vehicle and 28 year old Daniel R....
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Holiday Arrests by City Police

November 28, 2011
Holiday Arrests by City Police

11/29/11 On Wednesday, November 23rd around 9:15pm Officer Jordan Rans of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Glenn Overmyer Drive and Olive Trail.  His investigation led to the arrest of the driver, Ronnie L. McNeal 40, of Plymouth.   McNeal was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.  He was...
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County Police Reports

November 28, 2011
County Police Reports

11/29/11 On Wednesday, November 23rd at 7:23am, Patrolman Les McFarland of the Marshall County Police Department responded to Plymouth Goshen Trail and Miami Road for a one vehicle accident.  Upon arrival Officer McFarland met with the driver Brandon Reaker 21, of Bremen. Reaker stated that he was traveling on Plymouth Goshen Trail in his...
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Criminal Mischieft to Downtown Business Rooftops

November 28, 2011
Criminal Mischieft to Downtown Business Rooftops

11/29/11 Plymouth Police are asking for the help of local citizen’s to solve a criminal mischief report. City Officer Ray West was called to the Marshall County Historical Museum at the corner of Michigan and Garro Streets Monday morning.   Over the holiday weekend people were getting on the roof tops of downtown businesses.  The...
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CHOOSE CHRISTMAS TREES WISELY TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE

November 28, 2011
CHOOSE CHRISTMAS TREES WISELY TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE

11/29/11 According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), while Christmas tree fires are not common, they are likely to be serious when they occur. About five percent of home Christmas tree fires result in death. The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office, a division of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, is encouraging everyone...
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