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Open Wheel Wednesday Treats Fans to Great Dirt Track Racing

June 25, 2015
Open Wheel Wednesday Treats Fans to Great Dirt Track Racing

Dirt track fans were treated to three and even four-wide racing on the track at Plymouth Speedway in this week’s annual Open Wheel Wednesday event. It was Kokomo, Indiana’s Shane Cottle who came away with the win in the Dickies Restaurant 600 Non-Wing Sprints event to start the evening of feature racing.  He was...
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Police Seek Assistance in Identification of Male Subject

June 25, 2015
Police Seek Assistance in Identification of Male Subject

The Plymouth Police Department is in need of your help identifying a male subject. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman said, “The male subject in the surveillance pictures is a person of interest in a theft in the parking lot of Walmart.” Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Derek Workman at the Plymouth...
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Tessa Mullins Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Dealing in Methamphetamine

June 24, 2015
Tessa Mullins Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Dealing in Methamphetamine

Tessa Lynn Mullins, 39, of Plymouth, was sentenced on June 24 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction for dealing methamphetamine as a Class B Felony. Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tami Napier and defense attorney Stephen...
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Generator Installations at PHS Causes Postponement or Relocation of Activities

June 24, 2015
Generator Installations at PHS Causes Postponement or Relocation of Activities

All activities at Plymouth High School have been either postponed or relocated until the installation of a new generator is completed. The installation should take approximately two weeks. According to Dave Schoof, who heads up the maintenance department of the corporation, the current generator was installed in 1976. Schoof said, “We have kept it...
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FOP Tippy River Float Postponed Till July 12th

June 24, 2015
FOP Tippy River Float Postponed Till July 12th

“Up the Creek without a Paddle Float” sponsored by Plymouth FOP 195, and scheduled for this Sunday has been postponed to its rain date of Sunday, July 12th. Rain isn’t the cause of the postponement but the high water  of the Tippecanoe River is. Hursher Hunter, President of FOP 195 said, “The decision to...
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Miss Blueberry this Saturday in Argos

June 24, 2015
Miss Blueberry this Saturday in Argos

This year is the 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival.  The theme is “Heroes Among Us.”  On Saturday, June 27th, the first official event of the festival will be the crowning of the new 2015 Miss Blueberry.  A total of 22 young ladies from throughout Marshall County will vie for the crown. The contestants...
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PHS Speech and Debate Team Results from National Tournament

June 24, 2015
PHS Speech and Debate Team Results from National Tournament

The Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team had a commendable showing at the weeklong (June 13-19) national tournament held in Dallas, TX. To qualify for the tournament, competitors had to finish in the top two in their events at the district level. The National Speech and Debate Association hosted some 7000 qualifying students...
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John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop

June 24, 2015
John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop

On June 26th, Plymouth Police Department’s Corporal Ray West, and community members will come together at The Coffee Lodge to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. The event begins at 8:15am at The Coffee Lodge, 225 E. Jefferson Street, Plymouth. John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones office is sponsoring...
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Ta Ta Trot Cancelled

June 24, 2015
Ta Ta Trot Cancelled

Due to the low numbers of participants this year’s Ounce of Prevention Ta Ta Trot, has been cancelled. Jennifer Houin said, “If you have registered online or dropped off a registration to Oliver Ford Lincoln, we will return your funds. If you would be interested in donating those funds, we will be happy to...
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CHILDREN’S MUSIC CAMP OFFERED AT THE CENTER IN DONALDSON

June 24, 2015
CHILDREN’S MUSIC CAMP OFFERED AT THE CENTER IN DONALDSON

Children ages 7-10 are invited to participate in a new summer music camp held at The Center at Donaldson. This is a wonderful experience for them to sing, laugh, and learn about music. Led by Andrew Jennings, the Director of Liturgy and Music at The Center, children will have fun while learning about different instruments,...
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