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6th Annual PHS Riley Dance Marathon Kicks Off at PHS this Saturday!

January 13, 2017
6th Annual PHS Riley Dance Marathon Kicks Off at PHS this Saturday!

The 6th annual PHS Riley Dance Marathon will take place this Saturday beginning in the Plymouth High cafeteria at 12 p.m. Hundreds of PHS students will stay on their feet for as long as they can to raise money for all the kids who physically cannot.   Dance Marathon is a multi-hour, multi-faceted event...
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Ecker Elected Mayor Pro-Tempore

January 12, 2017
Ecker Elected Mayor Pro-Tempore

It was a quick meeting for the Plymouth Common Council this week. Being the first meeting of the new year meeting dates and times were set, the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 except in December when the fourth meeting will be moved to the 27th. The Council elected Councilman Don...
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2016 Annual Report from Plymouth Building Commissioner

January 12, 2017
2016 Annual Report from Plymouth Building Commissioner

Nine new residential single family homes were permitted in the City of Plymouth during 2016 along with 3 double wide mobile homes and 1 single-wide. Monday evening Plymouth Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with his year end report. The report also lists nine building permits...
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Donnelly, Young Announce Government Publishing Office to Call Indiana Residents “Hoosiers” Instead of “Indianans”

January 12, 2017
Donnelly, Young Announce Government Publishing Office to Call Indiana Residents “Hoosiers” Instead of “Indianans”

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and U.S. Senator Todd Young announced today/Thursday that the Government Publishing Office has changed the designation of Indiana natives to “Hoosiers” in the new federal government style guide. The style guide currently uses the term “Indianan.” Donnelly and former Senator Coats sent a letter last year to the Chairman...
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Bremen Police Arrest Woman for Legend Drug

January 12, 2017
Bremen Police Arrest Woman for Legend Drug

A North Judson woman was arrested Wednesday afternoon about 3 by Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder. 34 year old April Arnett was lodged in the Marshall County Jail after being found in the possession of a Legend Drug.  She was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $1,500 cash bond about 4:50 and...
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County Council Re-Appropriates Funds from 2016 to 2017 for Projects and Purchases

January 12, 2017
County Council Re-Appropriates Funds from 2016 to 2017 for Projects and Purchases

The Marshall County Council had several additional appropriations this week that were actually appropriated in 2016 but not used so they re-appropriated them this month. The first additional was for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department who is purchasing a new patrol vehicle to replace one totaled in a crash last year.  $20,368 from the...
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3 Arrests Made by Bremen Officers for DWS

January 12, 2017
3 Arrests Made by Bremen Officers for DWS

Bremen Police Officers arrested three people on Wednesday for Driving While Suspended with prior charges. Just before 3 in the afternoon Officer Trent Stouder arrested 37 year old Nathan While of North Judson at the intersection of US 6 and Miami Trail. A short time later Officer Jared Siple arrested 35 year old Angela...
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Grant Application for Community Corrections Approved by Commissioners

January 12, 2017
Grant Application for Community Corrections Approved by Commissioners

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approved the request of Ward Byers, Director of Community Corrections to apply for state funding in 2018 through the grant process. Byers will apply for a grant from the Indiana Department of Corrections for $335,023.63 for the 2018 budget although since the DOC approves the budget that amount...
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Driving Without a License

January 12, 2017
Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Driving Without a License

Just after 11 Wednesday night, January 11, an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on US 30 near King Road. The driver, 22 year old Ibrahim Alsarrani of Ft. Wayne was subsequently arrested and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating a Vehicle without Ever Receiving a License.  ...
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Donnelly Opposes Effort to Take Health Care Away from Hoosiers

January 12, 2017
Donnelly Opposes Effort to Take Health Care Away from Hoosiers

Washington, D.C. – Early Thursday morning, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly voted against an effort to repeal the health care law, with no plan to cover those who would lose coverage. Donnelly has consistently said that the law is not perfect, has offered many ways to improve it, and has demonstrated his willingness to work with...
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