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City Attorney Presenting Oral Arguments in Chicago on Bob DeLee Case

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October 2, 2014
City Attorney Presenting Oral Arguments in Chicago on Bob DeLee Case

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi is in Chicago today to present oral arguments in front of a panel of three judges for the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals on Plymouth Police Officer Bob DeLee’s law suit against the city for longevity pay. In March of this year Judge James Moody, United Sates District Court...
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Fatal Crash 4B & Tamerack

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October 1, 2014
Fatal Crash 4B & Tamerack

At 10:26 Wednesday night the Marshall County 9-1-1 Dispatch Center received a call of a vehicle into a concrete pole at Tamerack and 4B Road.  Dispatch was notified that a female in the vehicle was unresponsive.  Walkerton and LaPaz EMS and Fire were dispatched and paramedics from Plymouth were requested to assist. Just before...
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Open House at Museum for WWII Project with WSOI

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October 1, 2014
Open House at Museum for WWII Project with WSOI

Students at the Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School had the opportunity to learn first-hand the history of World War II with a project completed this term. Now everyone will have to chance to found out what the kids learned as they present their WWII Veterans Project at the Marshall County Museum....
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2 Arrested Tuesday Night in Plymouth

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October 1, 2014
2 Arrested Tuesday Night in Plymouth

Plymouth Police arrested two men Tuesday evening in the 700 block of West Washington Street. City officers were dispatched to the alley behind the 700 block of West Washington Street about 9:15 Tuesday night and located a couple of suspects. Officer Matthew Emenhiser conducted an investigation that resulted in the arrest of 38 year...
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Jobs For America’s Graduates Dropout Prevention Program Expanded to Local High Schools and WorkOnes

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October 1, 2014
Jobs For America’s Graduates Dropout Prevention Program Expanded to Local High Schools and WorkOnes

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) announced today that it has expanded the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) high school dropout prevention program to Plymouth High School, South Bend John Adams, and Warsaw High Schools as well as, the Kosciusko, St. Joseph and Marshall WorkOne locations. This expansion is a direct result of...
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Seats Available for Fan Bus to Football Game at Concord Friday Night

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October 1, 2014
Seats Available for Fan Bus to Football Game at Concord Friday Night

Alright Rockie Fans…..There are still a few seats left on the fan buses that will be traveling to the football game at Concord this Friday evening. Rockie Team Mom, Laura Mann said, “With our undefeated team we want to bring as many fans a possible to show the community support for the boys.” The...
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Northwest Indiana Employers Invited to Attend Meeting on the Benefits of Internships

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October 1, 2014
Northwest Indiana Employers Invited to Attend Meeting on the Benefits of Internships

Regional and statewide entities are joining forces to highlight to Northwest Indiana employers how establishing an internship program can help fulfill their workforce needs. Ancilla College, Calumet College, Saint Joseph’s College and Valparaiso University, along with the Center of Workforce Innovations, are partnering with Indiana INTERNnet, the internship-matching program managed by the Indiana Chamber...
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Fall camping special at state parks and reservoirs

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October 1, 2014
Fall camping special at state parks and reservoirs

A new offer from Indiana State Parks & Reservoirs makes weeknight camping more affordable during October. Those who book a new campsite reservation for one or more weeknights (Sundays through Wednesdays) during the month will receive 20 percent off of their reserved weeknights at the time of booking. The offer applies to all State...
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Boat Manufacturer Adding 100 Jobs in New Paris

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October 1, 2014
Boat Manufacturer Adding 100 Jobs in New Paris

Smoker Craft, Inc., one of the oldest family-owned boat manufacturers, announced plans Wednesday to expand its operations, creating up to 100 new jobs by 2018. The homegrown-Hoosier company will invest $4.1 million to renovate and equip its 500,000 square-foot production facility at 68143 Clunette St. in New Paris. Expanding with 90,000 additional square feet...
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Truck Fire at LifePlex Parking Lot

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September 30, 2014
Truck Fire at LifePlex Parking Lot

About 5:30 Tuesday evening the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in the parking lot of the LifePlex at 2855 Miller Drive. A bystander noticed a man and two children get into a small pick-up truck. As they started the vehicle a spark from the starter ignited a small pool of gas...
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