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Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Police

November 10, 2013
Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  11/11/13 A traffic stop Saturday morning about 5:48 in front of Centennial Park resulted in the arrest of a Warsaw man.  Officer Gary Cleveland conducted a traffic stop and found that the driver, 32 year old Alonso Gomora of Warsaw was found to never have received a driver’s license.  He was transported to...
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Benefit for Webster Kindergarten Student this Saturday

November 10, 2013
Benefit for Webster Kindergarten Student this Saturday

  11/11/13  A benefit for Marcelino “Boo” Arbuckle will be held this Saturday, November 16th at the Memories Hall located at 414 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth from 2:00 p.m. till 10:00 p.m. Marcelino “Boo” Arbuckle is a 5 year old Kindergartener student at Webster Elementary School was diagnosed with Desmoid Fibromatosis which is...
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Plymouth & Triton FFA Attend National Convention in Louisville

November 10, 2013
Plymouth & Triton FFA Attend National Convention in Louisville

  11/11/13 On October 30, 10 members from the Plymouth FFA Chapter traveled to Louisville, Kentucky for the National FFA Convention and Expo. The members that went include: Lilly Bottorff, Kassie Dickey, Makayla Fox, Lauren Goddard, Kara Gustafson, Sarah Lindvall, Tucker Pletcher, Jason Slonaker, Jamie Thomas, and Macy Warren along with FFA Advisor, Jacob...
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Property Taxes Due Tomorrow

November 10, 2013
Property Taxes Due Tomorrow

  11/11/13  Marshall County Treasurer Debbie VanDeMark would like to remind property owners that Property Taxes are due tomorrow, Tuesday, November 12th due to the Veteran’s Day Holiday on Monday. As a convenience to tax payers the Treasurer’s, Assessor’s and Auditor’s offices will have extended hours on Tuesday, November 12th from 8 a.m. to...
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NONPROFITS INVITED TO SHARE THEIR STORIES AT “MAKING A DIFFERENCE” EVENT

November 10, 2013
NONPROFITS INVITED TO SHARE THEIR STORIES AT “MAKING A DIFFERENCE” EVENT

  11/11/13 The spotlight is on nonprofit organizations in Marshall County!  Those who want to learn more about the community needs nonprofits are addressing or earn more for their favorite charities can do both through “Making a Difference” activities recently announced by the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF). MCCF is celebrating the good work...
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Search Warrant Service at 407 E. Garro Street

November 9, 2013
Search Warrant Service at 407 E. Garro Street

  11/11/13  The Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Unit along with the Plymouth Police Department had been conducting a several week investigation involving methamphetamine in the Plymouth area.  During the investigation it was found that 37 year old Brian C. Edington of Plymouth was on probation through Marshall County and was wanted on an...
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Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

November 8, 2013
Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

  11/11/13 In an effort to make the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday travel period safer, the Indiana State Police will be joining approximately 250 other law enforcement agencies statewide in participating in the annual Safe Family Travel campaign. Now through Sunday, December 1 the Indiana State Police will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including...
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MCCO Presents “The Nutcracker” Concert & Dessert

November 8, 2013
MCCO Presents “The Nutcracker” Concert & Dessert

  11/11/13 Tickets are now on sale for the Marshall County Church Orchestra’s annual concert and dessert.  Under the direction of Don Harness the orchestra will present “The Nutcracker” by Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Lifeplex Dance Academy will provide the ballet portions of the concert.   Tchaikovsky’s adaptation of the story “The Nutcracker and...
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Carole Ann Kinzie – 78 – from Plymouth

November 8, 2013
Carole Ann Kinzie – 78 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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LJH Student Brings Pocket Knife to School

November 7, 2013
LJH Student Brings Pocket Knife to School

  11/08/13 A report of a student with a knife at Lincoln Junior High School in Plymouth on Wednesday prompted an immediate investigation. According to LJH Principal, Reid Gault, students at the school reported that they had seen a pocket knife that another student had taken from his pocket to open a box. Gault...
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