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Tickets for Annual Banquet Available for Potawatomi Wildlife Park

February 8, 2015
Tickets for Annual Banquet Available for Potawatomi Wildlife Park

Potawatomi Wildlife Park will hold its annual banquet at the Back Forty Banquet Hall in Bourbon on Saturday, March 7th.  Doors will open at 5:30 P.M. with hors d’oeuvres and musical entertainment by Jeff Unterbrink. The evening’s festivities include a dinner, auction, update on what has been happening at the park during the past year, as well as...
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Kids Invited to Miller’s Senior Living to meet Olaf & Spiderman

February 8, 2015
Kids Invited to Miller’s Senior Living to meet Olaf & Spiderman

Children are invited to stop by Miller’s Assisted Living on Oak Hill Avenue in Plymouth on Wednesday afternoon after school to meet fictional characters Olaf and Spiderman.  Olaf is a snowman character from the Disney movie Frozen and everyone is familiar with Marvel Comics superhero, Spiderman.  Anyone is welcome to come interact with the...
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Mayor’s Youth Council Election Results

February 6, 2015
Mayor’s Youth Council Election Results

In 2010 Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter revived the Mayor’s Youth Council.  The council was created by city ordinance in 1982 with a purpose to promote direct communication between the youth of the community, the city administration, and the community as a whole.  The hope was to create projects related to Youth Council purposes and...
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Knox Man Arrested for Theft from Rent-A-Center

February 6, 2015
Knox Man Arrested for Theft from Rent-A-Center

On December 15, 2014, the Plymouth Police Department received a report from an employee of Rent A Center in Plymouth regarding a theft from the business. After an investigation a warrant was issued for 26 year old Justin Okeefe of Knox regarding fraud and theft on Thursday, February 5th. Okeefe was located and arrested...
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Josh Walker to Run for City Council At-Large Seat

February 6, 2015
Josh Walker to Run for City Council At-Large Seat

The Plymouth City Democrats continue to fill the ballot for the next municipal election. Friday morning, just two hours before the filing period closes, Josh Walker declared his intentions to run for one of the At-Large seats on the Plymouth City Council on the democratic ballot. Josh and his wife Amy moved back to...
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Triton Readers Rewarded

February 6, 2015
Triton Readers Rewarded

Triton Jr.-Sr. High School supports independent student reading with a special awards program each grading period of the school year.   The special awards are sponsored by Teachers’ Credit Union and are presented to the students through a drawing.  The prizes include ereaders ,t-shirts, gift cards, and other prizes. This grading period Kathryn Nelson...
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City Police Tag Unmoved Vehicles

February 6, 2015
City Police Tag Unmoved Vehicles

On Thursday the Plymouth Police Department started tagging vehicles that had obviously not moved since the snow storm over this past weekend. The cars being tagged are parked on a city street or in a city parking lot.  The bright orange tag indicates to the owner that they have 72 hours to remove the...
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Park Board Opens Quotes, Mayor Discusses Tennis Courts

February 6, 2015
Park Board Opens Quotes, Mayor Discusses Tennis Courts

This week members of the Plymouth Park Board opened quotes to replace the air conditioning unit at the Webster Center. Park Superintendent Mike Hite sought five quotes and received four.  Jones Plumbing, Heating and AC offered a quote of $18,520 while Bowman’s Tin Shop had a quote of $11,368.  Peregrine Heating presented a quote...
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Sheriff’s Dept. January Activity Report

February 6, 2015
Sheriff’s Dept. January Activity Report

Tom Chamberlin, Marshall County Sheriff released the January activity report including the top ten offenses for bookings into the jail.  Starting at the bottom and working up the list you find #10. Dealing in cocaine or meth, #9. Public Intoxication, #8. Probation Violations, #7. Driving While Suspended and #6. Battery.  The top five reasons...
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Salas & Rivera Arrested for Battery & Disorderly Conduct

February 6, 2015
Salas & Rivera Arrested for Battery & Disorderly Conduct

Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched last Friday, January 30th to Bruno’s Pizza for a fight in the parking lot.  By the time he arrived on the scene the subjects had already left.  He was told they were now fighting at the Plymouth Police Department. Officer McIntyre located 34 year old William Salas...
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