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Don S. Ames – 84 – from Plymouth

June 11, 2015
Don S. Ames – 84 – from Plymouth

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Councilman Delp Brings Up New Subjects

June 11, 2015
Councilman Delp Brings Up New Subjects

Plymouth City Councilman Mike Delp brought several issues up during the Common Council meeting Monday night. Delp mentioned the idea South Bend had of increasing the tall grass fine up to $350.  He said they are experiencing issues with out-of-town-owners who don’t seem to care what is happening with their properties, “similar to what...
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Culver Marina Maxinkuckee History Cruises Debut

June 11, 2015
Culver Marina Maxinkuckee History Cruises Debut

The Culver Marina is debuting special Lake Maxinkuckee history boat cruises this summer, with the premiere event an invitation to treat Dad to an evening of food and fun this Father’s Day, June 21, from 5 to 7 p.m. History boat cruises take attendees on a unique, “up close and personal” journey through the history of...
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2 Arrested for Mill Pond Trail Theft

June 10, 2015
2 Arrested for Mill Pond Trail Theft

On Monday, June 8 Marshall County Police Officer Andrew Wozniak arrested 20 year old Rolando Martinez of Dixon Lake Trail and 24 year old Brain Moreno of Mill Pond Trail on warrants in connection to a burglary that was reported on April 6, 2015.  The burglary was reported about 5:15 in the evening by...
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Father Kummer to Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Ordination

June 10, 2015
Father Kummer to Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Ordination

The Plymouth community, parishioners, and friends of Father Kummer, former priest of Saint Michael Church are invited to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his ordination this Sunday, June 14th at Saint Michael Parish. Father Kummer will celebrate the 11:30 a.m. mass at Saint Michael followed by a picnic in the side yard. Fried chicken,...
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Airport Project Ahead of Schedule

June 10, 2015
Airport Project Ahead of Schedule

The Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners met in regular session Tuesday evening. Operations have slowed somewhat with the runway torn about for renovations.  There was some good news.  The runway widening and taxiway  project is several days ahead of schedule and they had expected find a few areas that needed major fill for substandard...
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Ancilla College Signs New Articulation Agreement

June 10, 2015
Ancilla College Signs New Articulation Agreement

Ancilla College recently signed an articulation agreement with St. Joseph’s College.  Ancilla College and St. Joseph’s College are two members of the Northern Indiana Catholic College Consortium (NICCC). “What makes this agreement unique is the reverse transfer component,” according to Dr. Joanna Blount, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at Ancilla College.  This...
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Triton Honors Students for Perfect Attendance & No Tardies

June 10, 2015
Triton Honors Students for Perfect Attendance & No Tardies

Only eight students in the Triton Jr. – Sr. High School had perfect attendance and no tardies for the 2014-2015 school.  Students were: (front row) Siera Sauer, Jennifer Soriano, Kayla Kreft, (back row) Ryan Snyder, Thomas Arndt, Bruno DeSouza, Reid Mosson and (not pictured) David Rabey.  The students were given a home computer system...
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Fabian Rubio Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison as a Sex Offender

June 10, 2015
Fabian Rubio Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison as a Sex Offender

Fabian Rubio, 20, of Bremen, was sentenced Wednesday, June 10th in Marshall Superior Court Number One to 8 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction  for the offense of sexual misconduct with a minor, a Class C Felony. Judge Robert O. Bowen ordered six years of the sentence to be served, with two...
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Donnelly: Senate Should Pass Bipartisan WOTUS Bill

June 10, 2015
Donnelly: Senate Should Pass Bipartisan WOTUS Bill

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee consideration of the Federal Water Quality Protection Act, S. 1140. The Federal Water Quality Protection Act, which Donnelly introduced with Sen. Barrasso (R-WY), would address the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers’ attempt to define the Waters...
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