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City Officer Serves Warrants

April 6, 2015
City Officer Serves Warrants

On Wednesday, April 1st at 10:17 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman went to S&S Tree Service located at 2701 Jim Neu Drive for a warrant service.   Arriving there, Officer Workman located 26 year old Michael D. Vladiff of Plymouth who was wanted on an active warrant through Marshall County for failure to appear...
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PHS Summer School Offerings Announced

April 6, 2015
PHS Summer School Offerings Announced

Plymouth High School has announced information for Summer School. Summer school will be divided into two sessions with the first one beginning on June 8th and ending on June 26th.  This session will be conducted at the high school.  The second session is scheduled for June 29th through July 20th.  This session will be...
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Triton 2nd Graders Learn Design with Butler Student

April 6, 2015
Triton 2nd Graders Learn Design with Butler Student

Carly Biddle, Triton Elementary School second grade teacher, is studying the design process with her students. Engineers were part of what they studied.  Through Google Hangouts, a student from Butler, who is about to graduate with a robotic engineering degree spoke to the class last week about the engineering field. Triton Superintendent Donna Burroughs...
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Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 12 – 18, 2015

April 6, 2015
Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 12 – 18, 2015

Public Safety Telecommunications Week originated in California in 1981 and was nationally recognized by an act of the United States Congress in 1991.  In Indiana, Public Safety Telecommunications Week has been recognized state wide since 1999, most commonly by a proclamation from Indiana’s Governor. Public Safety Telecommunications Week reminds all Hoosiers that the first...
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William D. “Bill” Shorter – 80 – from Plymouth

April 6, 2015
William  D. “Bill” Shorter – 80 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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MICHAEL C. WEAVER – 55 – from Plymouth

April 6, 2015
MICHAEL C. WEAVER – 55 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Freedom Park starts Go Fund Me for Restroom Renovations

April 5, 2015

The Freedom Park committee has started a “Go Fund Me” page to help raise money to make necessary improvements to the restroom facility in Packard Woods. The restroom facility is there but is not ADA compliant and accessible for those with Special Needs. This grassroots committee has been working hard for a few years...
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Commissioners Have Full Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

April 5, 2015
Commissioners Have Full Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

The Marshall County Commissioners will hold their first meeting of April on Monday.  The lengthy agenda includes an update by Bart Trester of USI on the 7th Road Project and the Wetland Mitigation. Laurie Baker and Jason Peters from the County Highway Department will present the annual report, seek approval of a road cut...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested After Crash for No License

April 5, 2015
Plymouth Woman Arrested After Crash for No License

Wednesday afternoon about 1:30 Plymouth Police were dispatched to a single vehicle traffic accident at Walnut and Adams Streets in Plymouth. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted the investigation and found that 22 year old Alisa Cogswell of Plymouth was driving without ever receiving a license. Cogswell was taken into custody and transported to...
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Plymouth Students to have Virtual School Day on Saturday

April 5, 2015
Plymouth Students to have Virtual School Day on Saturday

Plymouth Community School Corporation will begin making up three snow days virtually this month. The dates are April 11th, April 18th, and May 16th. Lessons will be released for this Saturday, April 11’s virtual day on Thursday, April 9th and will be due on Tuesday, April 14th.   Teachers will schedule 6 hours of “office...
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