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Closings for Tuesday (1-7) as of 11 a.m. Tuesday

January 6, 2014
Closings for Tuesday (1-7) as of 11 a.m. Tuesday

Closings for Tuesday 1-7-13 Commissioners keep Emergency Declaration for unincorporated areas of the county in place for Tuesday. Plymouth city residents trash pick up is running one day behind. Plymouth City office is closed today. Closed Tuesday; All County offices School Closings; -Plymouth Community Schools -St. Michael School -Grace Baptist Christian School -Argos Community...
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Fire Chief Rod Miller Requests Citizens to Clear Snow from Fire Hydrants

January 6, 2014
Fire Chief Rod Miller Requests Citizens to Clear Snow from Fire Hydrants

  01/07/14 With all the snow accumulation, Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller is requesting citizens to clear snow from fire hydrants as part of the snow removal for their properties. “As you’re clearing your driveway and sidewalks, it’s always appreciated when fire hydrants are kept clear of snow,” said Miller. “It saves a lot...
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Grocery Stores Struggle to Keep Stock on Shelves

January 6, 2014
Grocery Stores Struggle to Keep Stock on Shelves

  01/07/14 Local grocers struggled to stay ahead of demand over the weekend as area residents stocked up to beat the impending bad weather. “It was mainly staple items,” said Tony DeClote Store Manager at Martin’s in Plymouth. “Things like bread, bananas, eggs and milk.” Martin’s was not as hard hit as some in...
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Father Son Arrested for Possession

January 6, 2014
Father Son Arrested for Possession

  01/07/14 On Saturday, January 4th at approximately 1:00 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained information of alleged drug activity occurring at the residence of 3919 Michigan Road Lot #4 in Plymouth.  A search warrant was obtained for the residence and executed. County officers Les McFarland, Jonathan Bryant and Phil Beam along with Topeka...
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December Jail Report

January 6, 2014
December Jail Report

  01/07/14 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was a very active place in December.  There were 113 jail bookings last month.  The top ten offenses people were lodged in the jail last month were #10-Individuals held for other agencies, #9-Domestic Battery, #8-Operator Never Licensed, #7-Habitual Traffic Violator, and #6-Probation Violation.   The top five were...
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Mayor & City Council Make 2014 Appointments

January 6, 2014
Mayor & City Council Make 2014 Appointments

    01/07/14 During last week’s Plymouth Common Council meeting council members re-appointed Mike Miley and Billy Ellinger to another term on the Redevelopment Commission. Mayor Mark Senter also re-appointed Dan Tyree, Tom Pedavoli and Nancy Felde to the Redevelopment Commission.  Other appointments made by Mayor Senter included Tom Flynn to the Board of...
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Governor Pence Declares State of Disaster Emergency in 29 Indiana Counties

January 6, 2014
Governor Pence Declares State of Disaster Emergency in 29 Indiana Counties

  01/07/14 Governor Mike Pence has declared a state of disaster emergency for 29 counties affected by the severe weather that began on January 5. “As a result of the severe snowstorms, extreme cold and dangerous wind conditions that have impacted counties across Indiana, I have declared a state of disaster emergency in the...
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Downs Arrested for OWI

January 6, 2014
Downs Arrested for OWI

    01/07/14  On Sunday, January 5th at 1:32 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper arrested 47 year old Edward B. Downs of Plymouth in the 200 block of North Michigan Street.  Downs was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a $1,505 bond....
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IN Superintendent of School Offer Waiver for Missed Days due to Extreme Weather

January 6, 2014
IN Superintendent of School Offer Waiver for Missed Days due to Extreme Weather

  01/07/14 Indiana Schools could get a break for cancelling classes on Monday due to the extreme weather conditions. Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz, emailed superintendents on Sunday and informed them that Indiana statute provides for grant waivers of the 180 day requirements due to extreme circumstances. Indiana statute (IC 20-30-2-3) makes...
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2-1-1 IS OPERATIONAL

January 6, 2014
2-1-1 IS OPERATIONAL

    01/07/14  2-1-1 services are operational and available to help anyone in need in our community. Due to circumstances out of their control, they were forced to cease operations for a short period of time Sunday from 6pm to 8am Monday morning. This is the first time since 2-1-1 became available in 2004...
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