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Suspect Flees from Argos Police After Residential Entry

April 13, 2012
Suspect Flees from Argos Police After Residential Entry

    O4/16/12 On Wednesday, April 11th at 8:10 A.M. Argos Police Officer Corey Bowman was called to the Grossman funeral home in reference to an unknown Hispanic male who was sleeping in the residential area of the funeral home. The suspect was immediately recognized by the officer as Sam Ferreran, an employee of...
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Neighborhood Watch Warns of Suspicious Activity

April 13, 2012
Neighborhood Watch Warns of Suspicious Activity

  04/16/12 Lisa Berger from the Neighborhood Watch for the Nutmeg area wants to notify the Plymouth community that there are people who were knocking on residential doors after 800p.m. Thursday evening in the Nutmeg area. Berger said, “We had one man come to the door with a business card stating, B-Mark  Inc. but...
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Indiana Right to Life PAC endorses Francis Ellert for State Representative in District 17

April 13, 2012
Indiana Right to Life PAC endorses Francis Ellert for State Representative in District 17

   04/16/12 Indiana Right to Life PAC chairman Mike Fichter released a statement of endorsement for Francis Ellert on Friday.  The statement said: “Indiana Right to Life PAC is pleased to announce its endorsement of Francis Ellert  to represent the people of House District 17.  We believe that Francis Ellert will play a key...
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Coats Statement on Naming of USS Indiana

April 13, 2012
Coats Statement on Naming of USS Indiana

  04/16/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Friday issued the following statement after United States Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced that the Navy will name one of its newest fast-attack submarines USS Indiana (SSN 789): “I join all Hoosiers today in proudly welcoming USS Indiana to the world’s greatest Navy. As the third U.S. Navy...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

April 13, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS – These have not been the best of times for the Daniels Administration. For a governor fond of bragging nationally that his administration should serve as a shining example of how to run the machinery of government, a number of recent events have demonstrated that these folks are just as fallible as previous...
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LJH BoysTrack Race Over Indian Springs

April 13, 2012

The Lincoln boy’s track team traveled to Columbia City to take on Indian Springs Middle School to start their season.  The 8th grade won 63-36 and the 7th grade won 64-34.  Both teams ran well for their first meet. 8th grade results 110 Hurdles-1st AJ Styers 100M-1st Trevor Neidlinger, 3rd Kam Ray 1600-2nd Andrew...
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Passinger Airlifted Following Crash

April 12, 2012
Passinger Airlifted Following Crash

  04/13/12 Plymouth Police responded to a two vehicle accident with injuries Wednesday evening about 5:15 at the corner of North Plum and Harrison Streets. Officer Shanna Gilmer was the investigating officer.   42 year old Carolina Mendez of Plymouth was traveling east on Harrison Street in a SUV.  She had the right-of-way but...
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Superior Service and Customer Satisfaction Earn Oliver Ford of Plymouth a National Award by Ford Motor Company

April 12, 2012
Superior Service and Customer Satisfaction Earn Oliver Ford of Plymouth a National Award by Ford Motor Company

   04/13/12 Oliver Ford is among an elite group of Ford and Lincoln dealerships to be recognized with the 2011 President’s Award by Ford Motor Company. The prestigious award honors dealerships that have excelled in automotive retailing in 2011, by providing exceptional customer service and satisfaction. “Earning this award is a reflection of our...
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14 Students at PHS Working on Building Trades House

April 12, 2012
14 Students at PHS Working on Building Trades House

04/13/12 As the students in the Building Trades classes at Plymouth High School become more technologically savvy, they are contributing more to the designing of the houses they build as an annual project. Teacher Ken Robinson said students have been working on the blueprint drawings for next year’s house. Robinson said, “This is really...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

April 12, 2012
Arrests by City Police Officers

    04/13/12 Early Sunday morning about 4:45 Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch was dispatched to the 300 block of Lewis Street for a suspicious person.  Officer Deisch located 20 year old Miles P. Warner of Lewis Street and arrested him for public intox, illegal consumption of alcohol and possession of marijuana. Sunday afternoon just...
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