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Brent Johnson Discusses Possible 4th of July Fireworks Show in Centennial Park

February 10, 2015
Brent Johnson Discusses Possible 4th of July Fireworks Show in Centennial Park

Brent Johnson approached the Plymouth Park Board this month with the idea of having a 4th of July fireworks show in Centennial Park. Johnson has 30 years of experience working with fireworks.  He asked the board for details on the amount of liability coverage needed for the event and their expectations on security for...
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Donnelly: ‘Investment in Pre-K is Investment in Indiana’s Future’

February 10, 2015
Donnelly: ‘Investment in Pre-K is Investment in Indiana’s Future’

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday announced his support for the Providing Resources Early for Kids Act, the “PRE-K Act,” legislation that would establish a new federal partnership with states to help expand access to voluntary, high-quality preschool programs.   Donnelly said, “An investment in pre-K is an investment in Indiana’s future.  Providing access to high-quality...
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Hometown Hero Deployed

February 10, 2015
Hometown Hero Deployed

Army 1st Lt. Alexander E. Master has deployed overseas to a forward operating base to serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Operation Enduring Freedom is the official name given to anti-terrorism military operations involving U.S. troops and allied coalition partners.  Active duty and reserve component members from all branches of the U.S. armed forces have been deployed to...
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Culver Winter Fest Februrary 13-15

February 10, 2015
Culver Winter Fest Februrary 13-15

CULVER, IN – Looking for a way to beat the winter blues, look no further and join Marshall  County  in welcoming the 2nd Culver Winter Festival in conjunction with the North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC). Culver Winter Festival is a free event and visitors are invited to participate in sledding, ice skating, ice...
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Jana’s Gymnasts Compete in Irish Classic

February 10, 2015
Jana’s Gymnasts Compete in Irish Classic

Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Irish Classic in South Bend this weekend.  Jana’s Gold Team brought home the 2nd Place team trophy and Jana’s Silver Team earned 3rd.   Pictured are:  Silver 3rd Place Team  Zoey France, Carissa Kulpa, Camryn Haskins, Brooke Singleton, Elizabeth Pugh, Dorothy Karris, Klara Guseilla, Abby Cameron, Kennedy Sopher and...
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Ice Cream Social for Science Fair Participants

February 10, 2015
Ice Cream Social for Science Fair Participants

Triton School Superintendent, Donna Burroughs sent a big thank you to all the Triton Elementary teachers for showing pride by helping out during the Ice Cream Social for all of the Science Fair representatives. There were about 40 students that joined in the fun after school on Friday, February 6th, to be rewarded for...
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4 Rockie Wrestlers Advance to Semi-State

February 10, 2015

Four Plymouth Rockie Wrestlers get the opportunity to participate in the Merrillville IHSAA Semi-State Saturday. Wrestling begins at 9:30 AM (EST). Freshman Zane DeVault (19-9) will open up action for the Rockies at 113. He will face the #1 seed Rickie Rodriguez (31-2) from Hammond Morton. At 126, Rockie Cody Allmon (30-8) will face...
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Argos Police Chief to Resign, Stays on as Sergeant

February 10, 2015
Argos Police Chief to Resign, Stays on as Sergeant

Monday evening Argos Town Council President Mark VanDerWeele confirmed that he had received an email on Saturday from Argos Police Chief Rodney Rudd indicating his intention to resign his position as Chief. VanDerWeele said, “It is a personnel issue so I can’t talk about it, but I can confirm I received an email.”  He...
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Bourbon Man & Warsaw Woman Arrested for Trafficking at WestVille Prison

February 10, 2015
Bourbon Man & Warsaw Woman Arrested for Trafficking at WestVille Prison

The Superintendent of the Westville Correctional Facility, Mark Sevier said this past Sunday afternoon two visitors were arrested at the facility for trafficking with an offender and aiding.  The charges are both Class 5 felonies. Arrested by correctional police officers were Delbert Schaetzle from Bourbon and Karrin Ransbottom from Warsaw.  Both were transported to...
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Mayor Greenlee Presented Key to the City

February 10, 2015
Mayor Greenlee Presented Key to the City

Monday evening Mayor Mark Senter presented the Key to the City of Plymouth to Jenny Greenlee and Jamie Greenlee, wife and son of former Plymouth Mayor Jack Greenlee. Mayor Mark said, “I’d heard a couple of weeks ago that Mayor Greenlee wasn’t doing well so former City Attorney Nelson Chipman and I went and...
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