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City Board Approves Boarding Up 321 North Walnut Street

May 30, 2012
City Board Approves Boarding Up 321 North Walnut Street

   05/31/12 Tuesday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds to board up 321 North Walnut Street.     Hammonds presented photos of the duplex with broken windows and open doors.  He said three contact letters have been sent with no response back to the...
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Fallen Officers Blood Drive at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

May 30, 2012
Fallen Officers Blood Drive at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

05/31/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is please to again be hosting the Annual Blood Drive Campaign to Honor Fallen Officers.  Last year the Fallen Officers’ campaign collected over 5,000 units of blood.  In Marshall County 23 units were collected.  As each unit can be broken down by cells, platelets, and plasma, the total...
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Yellow River Festival Schedule Announced

May 30, 2012
Yellow River Festival Schedule Announced

 05/31/12 The Yellow River Festival will take place this Saturday, June 2nd in River Park Square (on LaPorte Street just a few blocks east of Michigan Street. The event will include arts and crafts booths, 1800s r-enactors, delicious food, games for kids, and plenty of entertainment.   2012 Entertainment & Education Schedule 10:00 a.m....
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

May 30, 2012
Arrests by Plymouth Police

  05/31/12  On Friday, May 18th at 11:46am, Officer Chris Miller of the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department for a male subject that had an active warrant through LaPorte County. Robert E. Rauen II 26 of North Liberty was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was...
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Plymouth Park Board to Conduct Public Hearing on Extending Services to Center/West Twp.

May 30, 2012
Plymouth Park Board to Conduct Public Hearing on Extending Services to Center/West Twp.

  05/31/12 The Park and Recreation Board of the City of Plymouth will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 4th following the Park Board meeting at 5:00 p.m. at the Conservation Clubhouse located at 720 Magnetic Parkway in Plymouth. This public hearing is being held for the petitions collected and certified in favor...
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Secretary of State Connie Lawson Warns of Potential Dangers of Crowdfunding Investment Opportunities

May 30, 2012
Secretary of State Connie Lawson Warns of Potential Dangers of Crowdfunding Investment Opportunities

    05/31/12 Secretary of State Connie Lawson is warning investors to approach crowdfunding investment opportunities with great caution. Crowdfunding is an online money-raising strategy that began as a way for the public to donate small amounts of money, often through social networking websites, to help artists, musicians, filmmakers and other creative people finance their...
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Warning of Wire Grilling Bristles in Meat

May 30, 2012
Warning of Wire Grilling Bristles in Meat

  05/31/12 With the unofficial kick off the summer being the Memorial Day holiday weekend, Emergency Medical personnel want to send a warning to those grilling out. The summer months are peak season for outdoor grilling.  As more families begin to barbeque outside, healthcare providers are warning of grill-related injuries.  In 2010, over 18,000...
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Some Stone Creek Homes Employees Receive 1 Week of Back Pay

May 29, 2012
Some Stone Creek Homes Employees Receive 1 Week of Back Pay

  05/30/12 Some former Stone Creek Homes employees in Plymouth and Central City, NE were grateful to find that at least one week of the back pay they were due was deposited into their banking accounts on Tuesday; but with no job to go back to, the future looks bleak. At least four former...
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NCFL National Tournament Results

May 29, 2012
NCFL National Tournament Results

   05/30/12 Several Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team members traveled over the Memorial Day holiday weekend to compete in the NCFL (National Catholic Forensic League) tournament in Baltimore, MD. The contest, which attracted students from 775 high schools all across the country making up 2,705 competitors, is a difficult tournament that challenges...
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Starke County Escapee Turns Himself In

May 29, 2012
Starke County Escapee Turns Himself In

    05/30/12 The inmate that escaped from the recreation yard at the Starke County Jail on May 23rd turned himself in to the jail on Sunday, May 27th just before 1 p.m.. 30 year old Joshua Hunnicutt of Winamac told officers that he realized he would eventually be caught.  He also said he had...
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