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Plymouth Police Find Stolen Truck at Holiday Inn Express

April 23, 2016
Plymouth Police Find Stolen Truck at Holiday Inn Express

Friday afternoon at 12:14 p.m. Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the Holiday Inn Express located at 2619 North Michigan Street in Plymouth looking for a stolen vehicle that was possibly at that location. Officers located the stolen pick-up truck. During the investigation it was learned that the suspect, 54 year old Thomas Foudray...
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Water Pressure Issue Causes Evacuation at PHS

April 22, 2016
Water Pressure Issue Causes Evacuation at PHS

Plymouth High School students and staff were evacuated mid-morning on Friday when a fire alarm sounded. According to Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, a malfunction with a hot water heater set off a fire alarm. Tyree said, “No one was ever in danger.” PHS Principal, Jim Condon said, “The evacuation was effectively supervised by Dean of...
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THREE PHS HEALTH CAREERS STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS IN STATEWIDE COMPETITION

April 22, 2016
THREE PHS HEALTH CAREERS STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS IN STATEWIDE COMPETITION

The Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) State Leadership Conference results are in from the competition that was held last week in Indianapolis. Ten Plymouth High School students earned an invitation to compete at HOSA, however three of the ten advanced to receive state recognition in their respective categories. A special round of applause...
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Webster Warriors Bowl & Raise Money for Junior Achievement

April 22, 2016
Webster Warriors Bowl & Raise Money for Junior Achievement

A team of five students from Webster Elementary School raised more than $300 for Junior Achievement and bowled at the first ever Junior Achievement of Marshall County Achieve-A-Bowl Tuesday evening! The event was held at Quick Lanes on Jefferson Street in Plymouth from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The staff at Webster also sponsored a team by...
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Ancilla to Host Day of Giving April 29

April 22, 2016
Ancilla to Host Day of Giving April 29

DONALDSON – Join the Charge for the Ancilla College Day of Giving Friday, April 29, 2016. Give just $24 in our 24 hours and you can help the 90 percent of Ancilla College students who receive some sort of financial assistance. Emily Hutsell, development and alumni relations manager said, “Twenty-four dollars, that’s all. If you...
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Governor Pence Announces Distribution of $505 Million to Local Governments

April 22, 2016
Governor Pence Announces Distribution of $505 Million to Local Governments

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence Friday announced that local governments will receive $435 million in Local Option Income Tax (LOIT) distributions that can be used for transportation infrastructure maintenance for counties, cities, and towns as part of Senate Enrolled Act 67, which was signed into law on March 23. Additionally, other local units of government...
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APRIL 23, 2016 – DRIVEN TO GIVE FUNDRAISER

April 22, 2016
APRIL 23, 2016 – DRIVEN TO GIVE FUNDRAISER

You can help Menominee earn up to $8,000 – and all you have to do is test drive a new Lincoln vehicle! Menominee Elementary School and Lincoln Oliver Ford will present the Driven To Give Fundraiser on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Menominee Elementary School! Come rain or shine, the event will take place...
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Absentee Voting this Saturday and Next

April 22, 2016
Absentee Voting this Saturday and Next

Absentee voting for the May 3rd Primary continues this Saturday, April 23rd and Saturday, April 30th at three locations in Marshall County. Registered voters can vote absentee in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office at 211 West Madison Street in Plymouth, the Bremen Town Hall at 104 West Plymouth Street or the Culver Town Hall...
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New Face on Flag Stand at Plymouth Speedway

April 22, 2016
New Face on Flag Stand at Plymouth Speedway

After 15 years of flagging on the road, Denny Long is staying home to be atop the flag stand at the Playground of Power. “It’s great to come home,” said Long. Long, of Plymouth, started as a flag man at South Bend and has been involved in different series of racing in the state...
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City Council Supports LOHUT & CEDIT

April 21, 2016
City Council Supports LOHUT & CEDIT

The City of Plymouth joined Bourbon, Culver and LaPaz in sending a resolution in support of the implementation of a Local Highway Opinion User Tax (LOHUT) and or a County Economic Development Income Tax (CEDIT). During a special Common Council meeting Wednesday evening a resolution was presented requesting the council to indicate their support...
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