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NIPSCO to Install Gas Main on Pierce Street

March 19, 2012
NIPSCO to Install Gas Main on Pierce Street

03/21/12 Angie Nelson, NIPSCO Public Affairs Manager would like to let citizens of Plymouth know of a gas main project. NIPSCO will do a gas main installation in Plymouth on Pierce Street from Michigan Street to Walnut Street this week.   Crews will be starting the first part of the week and the project is...
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Crash Sends 5 to Kosciusko Hospital for Minor Injuries

March 19, 2012
Crash Sends 5 to Kosciusko Hospital for Minor Injuries

  03/20/12  On Saturday, March 17th at 3:41pm, officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to an accident on US 30 and Beech Road, on the county’s east side.  Toby M. Grose 40, of Elkhart was traveling eastbound on US 30 approaching Beech Road in his Black 2000 Chevy SUV when 33 year...
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Troopers Conduct Saturation Patrols over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

March 19, 2012
Troopers Conduct Saturation Patrols  over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

  03/20/12 Friday and Saturday night troopers around the state conducted saturation patrols in conjunction with Operation Pull Over Blitz #70 and the St Patrick’s Day Holiday.  The patrols concentrated on taking impaired and dangerous drivers off the roadways. Locally troopers from the Bremen Post issued 153 tickets and 307 warnings over the weekend. ...
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Arrests by City Police

March 19, 2012
Arrests by City Police

   03/20/12  On Wednesday, March 14th around 5:15am, Officer Taberski of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Western Avenue and Council Drive.  It was found that Keelia M. Pratt 21, of Plymouth had an active warrant through a Whitley County for Check Deception.  She was taken into custody...
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DONNELLY: END TAIWAN’S UNNECESSARY RESTRICTIONS ON U.S. BEEF AND PORK TO LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD FOR U.S. FARMERS

March 19, 2012
DONNELLY: END TAIWAN’S UNNECESSARY RESTRICTIONS ON U.S. BEEF AND PORK TO LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD FOR U.S. FARMERS

  03/20/12 Last week, Congressman Donnelly announced that he and colleagues sent a letter to U.S. Trade Representative, Ambassador Ron Kirk and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Honorable Tom Vilsack to urge them to stand up for America’s beef and pork producers against protectionist trade policies. Specifically, the letter expressed concern about the restrictions that...
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Plymouth Speedway to Offer More Rewards to Drivers

March 19, 2012
Plymouth Speedway to Offer More Rewards to Drivers

   03/20/12 The Plymouth Speedway announces more special rewards for drivers this season. Flagman and marketer for the Speedway, Michael Houser, has been hard at work securing special sponsorship from many local and regional businesses helping promote the speedway, in an effort to continually reward winning drivers. Already on board, Klotz Synthetic, Landrum Springs,...
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Miller’s Residents Learn About Veteran’s Benefits

March 19, 2012
Miller’s Residents Learn About Veteran’s Benefits

  03/20/12 Peggy L. Bodin, MSW, LCSW of Beers Mallers Backs and Salin, LLP in Warsaw spoke at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth on Wednesday afternoon.  Her topic was Veteran’s Benefits and Estate Planning.  Bodin’s practice is devoted to the areas of health care compliance law, elder law and estate planning.  She is...
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James A. Baker – 59 – from Culver

March 18, 2012

Odom Funeral Home in Culver is in charge of arrangements.
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TRAVIS JON CHILDRESS – 23 – from Plymouth, formerly of Michigan City

March 18, 2012
TRAVIS  JON  CHILDRESS – 23 – from Plymouth, formerly of Michigan City

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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DORIS L. SWANK – 78 – of Naples, FL, formerly of Plymouth

March 18, 2012
DORIS L. SWANK – 78 – of Naples, FL, formerly of Plymouth

   Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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