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City Police Make Arrests

January 24, 2012
City Police Make Arrests

01/25/12  On Sunday January 22nd at 2:28 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jordan Rans conducted a routine traffic stop at the intersection of North Michigan Street and Plymouth Goshen Trail.  Following an investigation, Taylor R. Banks 18, of Culver was arrested for minor consumption.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was...
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Culver Academies Quizbowl Team Defeats #9 DCC and #25 IMSA B, Ranked in National Top 50 for First Time

January 24, 2012
Culver Academies Quizbowl Team Defeats #9 DCC and #25 IMSA B, Ranked in National Top 50 for First Time

01/25/12 The Culver Academies Quizbowl team competed at the elite Loyola Ultima Tournament on Saturday, facing eleven teams ranked nationally in the top 90. The Eagles ended up defeating all teams ranked below them, and were also able to knock off #9 Detroit Catholic Central and #25 IMSA B. Culver’s quality wins moved them...
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13 Companies interested in City’s South Gateway Project

January 24, 2012
13 Companies interested in City’s South Gateway Project

01/25/12 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for the 2012 street materials.  Two local companies; Stockberger Group and Rock Industries bid on a number of materials including number 53 aggregate, fill sand, fill dirt, ice/sand mix and machine rentals. Proposals were also opened from 13 companies interested in serving the...
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Mishler Votes in Support of Major Policy Initiatives

January 24, 2012
Mishler Votes in Support of Major Policy Initiatives

01/25/12 State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) this week voted in support of three important pieces of legislation proposed in the Senate, helping to send Senate Bill 1, 170 and 269 to the House of Representatives for consideration. SB 1 works to reaffirm a Hoosier’s right to resist the unlawful entry by law enforcement officers...
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County Officer Arrests Two of Meth Precursors

January 24, 2012
County Officer Arrests Two of Meth Precursors

01/25/12 On Saturday, January 21st at approximately 12:40 A.M. Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle which subsequently pulled into the Speedway Parking Lot at US 6 and US 31.   During the investigation it was determined that the driver and passenger, later identified as Dana...
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Weekend Arrests by County Police

January 24, 2012
Weekend Arrests by County Police

01/25/12 On Saturday, January 21st around 4:45pm, Patrolman Jonathan Bryant of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department attempted to stop a vehicle on Hickory Road near 15th Road.  The vehicle failed to pullover for Patrolman Bryant after his lights and sirens were activated.  A short pursuit ensued where the driver was finally taken into custody...
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CC Hair Company a “Hello Gorgeous” Assoicate Salon

January 24, 2012
CC Hair Company a “Hello Gorgeous” Assoicate Salon

01/25/12 Cathy Carpenter and several of her staff from CC Hair Company in Plymouth stopped by Miller’s Senior Living Community Friday afternoon, January 20th.  Carpenter, Marilyn Rans and Kathy Hatfield spoke about an organization they are involved with called “Hello Gorgeous” which gives make-overs to women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are...
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DNR Warn People to Check Ice Before Going Onto It

January 24, 2012
DNR Warn People to Check Ice Before Going Onto It

01/25/12  With ice conditions changing day by day due to the weather, a man with a LaPorte address was very lucky to be alive. Only the awareness of a resident who lives on Clear Lake and the fast response and superb training of the LaPorte City Fire Department prevented David Rogers from becoming a...
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City Council to Consider Make-up of Seven Member Council

January 23, 2012
City Council to Consider Make-up of Seven Member Council

  01/24/12 The 2010 Census determined the population of the City of Plymouth to be 10,033. During the Common Council meeting Monday evening City Attorney Nelson Chipman said, “No longer do we have the option of staying at five council members, but instead we are required by law to have seven.”  He continued, “You...
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State Board of Accounts Audit Showed Minor Issue

January 23, 2012
State Board of Accounts Audit Showed Minor Issue

01/24/12 The Indiana State Board of Accounts has officially filed the results of an audit performed of the Plymouth Community School Corporation. The report, filed on December 20, 2011, covered the dates of July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2011. Audits are routinely done every two years. State Board of Accounts is an independent...
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