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Lincoln volleyball

October 14, 2014

Eighth Grade The Lincoln 8th grade volleyball team traveled to Edgewood last night for their last conference game of the season. Lincoln pulled away with a win in the first match 25-24 after being down by 6 at the beginning of the game. The second game wasn’t as smooth and the ladies lost 12-25....
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What’s Your Opinion with Mayor Mark Senter 10-14-14

October 14, 2014


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City to Move Forward with Brownfield Assessment Grant

October 14, 2014
City to Move Forward with Brownfield Assessment Grant

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night that approval from the EPA has been received to move forward with the Brownfield assessment grant. This is a $600,000 grant to be shared between the City of Plymouth, Marshall County and Town of Bourbon for environment...
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County Council Approves $40,000 more for Pauper Council

October 14, 2014
County Council Approves $40,000 more for Pauper Council

Two judges in Marshall County sought additional funds for pauper council during Monday’s County Council Meeting. Superior Court I Judge Rob Bowen was able to complete four transfers to add $10,940 to his pauper council line item. He transferred $1,000 from the Law Clerk, $640 from jury supplies, $2,700 from jury meals and $6,600...
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City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

October 13, 2014
City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved an additional resolution in the amount of $292,193.00 for Freedom Park. Tony Gamble, one of the founders of the Freedom Park committee explained the relocation of the all inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods. It was noted that the park is a low traffic area...
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Holms to Host 11th Annual Run Baby Baby Run Fundraiser for NICU at Memorial Hospital

October 13, 2014
Holms to Host 11th Annual Run Baby Baby Run Fundraiser for NICU at Memorial Hospital

Earlier this month the Plymouth Park Board approved the request of Steve and Jami Holm for free used of the Freyman Shelter on November 8th for their annual “Run Baby Baby Run” fundraiser for the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Memorial Hospital in South Bend. Their 10 year old twin boys, Fitzgerald and...
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Weekend Arrests by City Police Officers

October 13, 2014
Weekend Arrests by City Police Officers

On Friday, October 10th at 10:34 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite responded to a 911 call in reference to a male subject attempting to gain entry in a residence at 1307 South Michigan Street Apartment #4. 21 year old Dalton C. Richie of Plymouth was located and observed trying to gain entry into...
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Gibson Earns National Best Practices Status for 21st Consecutive Year

October 13, 2014
Gibson Earns National Best Practices Status for 21st Consecutive Year

For the 21st consecutive year, Gibson has earned Best Practices status from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA). Best Practices firms are agencies taking part in an annual study that has become a prestigious recognition of the superior accomplishments of the top insurance agencies in the country. Gibson, a 100% employee owned...
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Burglary in 7,000 block Redwood Road

October 13, 2014
Burglary in 7,000 block Redwood Road

On Friday, October 10th at 9:09 A.M. Marshall County Deputy Andrew Wozniak took a report from a resident who resides in the 7,000 block of Redwood Road. Between mid-September and October 10th a burglary was committed at the residence. The unknown suspects forced their way into a window with a small metal table being...
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Open House at Museum for WWII Video Interviews

October 13, 2014

Share moments with and stories of Marshall County World War II Veterans at an Open House this Wednesday, October 15, from 4-6 PM at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth. Local veterans will view, for the first time, prerecorded DVDS that premiere a “living history” exhibit entitled, “Recording the American Perspective: Video interviews...
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