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WDA First Grade Students Host Blood Drive This Thursday

November 15, 2017
WDA First Grade Students Host Blood Drive This Thursday

First-grade students from Washington Discovery Academy are learning about their body and healthy habits. In conjunction, WDA students will be hosting a blood drive tomorrow, Thursday, November 16, from 12:30-6:00 p.m. in the WDA​ gymnasium​. Those who would like to donate blood are encouraged to register by visiting www.redcrossblood.org. Use zip code 46563 to...
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Walorski Votes to Send National Defense Bill to President’s Desk

November 15, 2017
Walorski Votes to Send National Defense Bill to President’s Desk

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday released the following statement after the House passed the FY18 National Defense Authorization Act Conference Report (H.R. 2810): “Our most important responsibility is the national defense, and this bill gives our servicemembers the tools, training, and support they need to keep us safe. “It gives our troops their...
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Jana’s Gymnastics: Quest for the Diamond in Michigan City

November 15, 2017
Jana’s Gymnastics: Quest for the Diamond in Michigan City

Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Quest for the Diamond Gymnastics Meet in Michigan City on Sunday.  Jana’s Bronze Team had a team score of 107.425 and won first place by a whopping 3.1 points. The Silver Team came in 4th place with a score of 109.025 with 3rd place at 109.1, 2nd place at 109.15...
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Ecumenical Unity Walk Saturday November 18, Noon

November 15, 2017
Ecumenical Unity Walk Saturday November 18, Noon

Jim Smart was granted approval by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety to hold a Unity Walk this Saturday. He told the board the ecumenical walk is in support of the Latino brothers and sisters focusing on the DACA Dreamers. DACA is the program that gives temporary protection to undocumented migrants who...
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Insurance Consultant Warns City Council of Huge Renewal Rates for 2019

November 15, 2017
Insurance Consultant Warns City Council of Huge Renewal Rates for 2019

Ryan Colvin from Gibson Insurance Group, the City of Plymouth Health Insurance consultant took a few minutes Monday evening to update Common Council members on the renewal for 2018. Colvin told members when they negotiated with PHP (Physicians Health Plan) for new insurance coverage late in 2016 they were able to put a 10%...
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Former Plymouth Mayor Jack Greenlee Honored with Street Dedication

November 14, 2017
Former Plymouth Mayor Jack Greenlee Honored with Street Dedication

Tuesday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter honored former Mayor Jack Greenlee by dedicating  the street leading to the new INDOT Substation Jack Greenlee Drive. During the ceremony Senter said, “We are here today to honor a man of character, a legend of Plymouth…Mayor Jack Greenlee.” (1992-2000)   Greenlee also served as a Marshall County Councilman...
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Plymouth High School Expands Manufacturing Day

November 14, 2017
Plymouth High School Expands Manufacturing Day

Marshall County employers are asking for more opportunities to connect with local students, because they will soon be the next generation of workers. To meet these future workers, eight area businesses are opening their facilities to host tours for over 260 Plymouth High School students as part of Manufacturing Day. Manufacturing Day is a...
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Knox Men Arrested for Shoplifting at Walmart, One Found with Meth

November 14, 2017
Knox Men Arrested for Shoplifting at Walmart, One Found with Meth

A shoplifting incident Friday evening at the Plymouth Walmart resulted in the arrest of two men from Knox. About 7:30 Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to Walmart after asset protection reported two male subjects shoplifting.    He confronted the two male subjects who admitted they did in fact shoplift items. Located on their persons were...
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Cutting for New INDOT Highway Maintenance Facility in Plymouth

November 14, 2017
Cutting for New INDOT Highway Maintenance Facility in Plymouth

Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Commissioner Joe McGuinness and LaPorte District Directors today joined Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter, and local leaders for a ribbon-cutting of the new INDOT Plymouth Sub District highway maintenance facility. Work began fifteen months ago on this 40,000 square foot, $7.6 million Plymouth Sub District...
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Pair Arrested by Bremen Police

November 14, 2017
Pair Arrested by Bremen Police

A traffic stop Sunday morning about 12:15 ended with a pair from South Bend being incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail. Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder conducted a traffic stop at Plymouth Goshen Trail and Beech Road early Sunday morning.  The two occupants of the vehicle, 38 year old Jay C. Gardner and 32...
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