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Plymouth Rockies JV 22-18 over Bremen Lions

August 20, 2011
Plymouth Rockies JV 22-18 over Bremen Lions

08/22/11 The Plymouth Rockies Junior Varsity team opened at home Saturday morning against the Bremen Lions and came out with a 22-18 win over the visitors.The young Rockies went ahead first on a touchdown run by Vince Vasquez. The two point conversion run by Michael Garrity made it 8-0 Rockies. Bremen responded with scores...
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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Underway

August 20, 2011
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Underway

08/22/11 Drive sober or get pulled over. That’s the message to Hoosier drivers this week as Indiana law enforcement begins its annual statewide impaired driving crackdown. Beginning last Friday, more than 260 state and local law enforcement agencies will take part in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign by stepping up their...
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Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate Increased Slightly

August 19, 2011
Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate Increased Slightly

08/22/11 Like other neighboring states, Indiana saw an uptick in its unemployment rate in July. The preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate went from 8.3 to 8.5 percent in July. The U.S. rate declined to 9.1 percent this month. Indiana continues to be significantly below the national average and that of all neighboring states for the...
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MAYOR SENTER ANNOUNCES AWARD FOR PLYMOUTH TO PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY ENERGY PLAN PROGRAM AND CREDITS STUDENT FOR ASSISTANCE

August 19, 2011
MAYOR SENTER ANNOUNCES AWARD FOR PLYMOUTH TO PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY ENERGY PLAN PROGRAM AND CREDITS STUDENT FOR ASSISTANCE

08/22/11 Mayor Mark Senter announced today that Plymouth was selected to participate in the Community Energy Program administered by the Indiana Office of Energy Development. Plymouth was one of 18 communities selected out of 63 competing to participate in the energy audits for public facilities.  Along with the audit, the program involves consultation with an...
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Three Arrested for Insurance Fraud

August 19, 2011
Three Arrested for Insurance Fraud

08/22/11 City Police arrest three for Insurance Fraud and other charges. On June 22nd the Plymouth Police Department received a report from Katie Loftus regarding the theft of her 2007 Chrysler Sebring from her residence on Freeman Drive.  On July 6th information was received indicating that the Chrysler was located at a residence in...
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M.C. Church Orchestra’s Performance in Argos

August 19, 2011
M.C. Church Orchestra’s Performance in Argos

08/22/11 The Argos Community Park provided a beautiful backdrop for The Marshall County Church Orchestra’s their third Concert in the Park a couple of Sunday evening ago.  The orchestra has been traveling to different city parks this summer sharing their musical talent with the citizens throughout Marshall County. Director Don Harness led the orchestra...
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Indiana bricks-and-mortar retailers at disadvantage with online sellers; state loses estimated $200 million

August 19, 2011
Indiana bricks-and-mortar retailers at disadvantage with online sellers; state loses estimated $200 million

08/22/11 State Senator Luke Kenley, president of the national Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, today urged Indiana’s congressional delegation to support the recently introduced federal Main Street Fairness Act aimed at allowing local retailers to compete more effectively against out-of-state Internet sellers. As chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations, Kenley (R-Noblesville) also said...
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LORETTA J. CAMPBELL – 56 – from

August 19, 2011

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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BRIAN K. LEHIY – 46 – from Plymouth

August 18, 2011
BRIAN K. LEHIY – 46 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Cook/Dimmitt Building Purchased by City

August 18, 2011

08/19/11 Plymouth City Attorney, Nelson Chipman, shared a light-hearted moment with the members of the Redevelopment Commission on August 16 during their regular meeting. Chipman said, “The city is now the proud owner of a building ready to fall down.” Chipman was referring to the building just south of the Yellow River Bridge on...
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