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John A. Faber – 89 – from Plymouth

February 15, 2012
John A. Faber – 89 – from Plymouth

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M.C. Coroner Releases Preliminary Toxicology Report on Stetzel

February 15, 2012
M.C. Coroner Releases Preliminary Toxicology Report on Stetzel

  02/16/12 On Wednesday Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released the preliminary toxicology report related to the death of 25 year old Joel Stetzel of Bourbon in a rollover accident on Fir Road early Saturday morning. According to results obtained by the Cleavenger Wednesday afternoon, Stetzel had a blood alcohol level almost twice the...
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Annual Report from Plymouth Park Department

February 15, 2012
Annual Report from Plymouth Park Department

2/16/12 This month the Plymouth Park Board approved the 2011 annual report. Superintendent Mike Hite noted the highlight of the year was the naming of the new downtown park to “River Park Square.”  He also talked about the working relationship with the Redevelopment Commission and their hiring of the Troyer Group to create a...
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City Police Arrests

February 15, 2012
City Police Arrests

  02/16/12 On Thursday, February 9th at 9:54p.m. Officer Jordan Rans of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Michigan Street and Garro Street.  During the investigation it was discovered the driver, Donna M. Phelps 42, of Plymouth had a suspended license and had synthetic marijuana in the vehicle....
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Ancilla Athletes Learn Of the Need to Help Others – Updated

February 15, 2012
Ancilla Athletes Learn Of the Need to Help Others – Updated

02/16/12 The Ancilla College Men’s and Women’s basketball team uniforms will be going from blue and gold to pink on Saturday and now the players have a good idea why.   On Saturday, February 18th the Chargers will take on Kalamazoo Valley Community College for their annual Ounce of Prevention fundraiser basketball game. They...
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Aviation Board Approves 2012 Fee Schedule

February 15, 2012
Aviation Board Approves 2012 Fee Schedule

  02/16/12 By all appearances, the Plymouth Airport is holding strong. Airport Manager David Lattimer told the Aviation Board members on Tuesday night that there is still a waiting list of seven names of those requesting hanger spaces to lease. As he had done at earlier meetings, Lattimer recommended that an additional T-hangar be...
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County Police Arrests

February 15, 2012
County Police Arrests

02/13/12  On Thursday, February 9th Patrolman Jonathan Bryant of the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Nutmeg Ridge Drive on a wanted subject later identified as Adam D. Long 32, of Plymouth.   Mr. Long was transported to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department where he was booked in on a county warrant...
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Plymouth Teens Arrested for Illegal Consumption

February 15, 2012
Plymouth Teens Arrested for Illegal Consumption

02/16/12  On Saturday, February 11that11:13pm, Ryan Richey of the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Country Place Apartments located 1420 Madison Street when a call was received that there was a possible fight in progress by the dumpster.   Police arrived on the scene and located 19 year old Chance T. Martin and 19 year...
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DONNELLY RENEWS CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL ACTION TO END CHINA’S TRADE WAR THAT COSTS U.S. JOBS

February 15, 2012
DONNELLY RENEWS CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL ACTION TO END CHINA’S TRADE WAR THAT COSTS U.S. JOBS

  02/16/12 Tuesday, the day of Vice President of China Xi Jinping’s visit with President Obama in Washington, D.C., Congressman Joe Donnelly renewed his call for congressional action to end the Chinese government’s unfair practices that make Chinese products artificially cheap, leading to a loss of American jobs. “We must crack down on the...
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Park Dept. has seats for Horseshoe Casino Trip

February 15, 2012
Park Dept. has seats for Horseshoe Casino Trip

02/16/12 Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department announced this week that they still have a few spots left for the Park Department Trip to the Horseshoe Casino on Monday, February 27.   The motor-coach will depart from the public pool at 9 a.m. and return at 5 p.m.  The cost is...
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