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School Meal Prices to Increase in Plymouth

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April 12, 2017
School Meal Prices to Increase in Plymouth

During the Plymouth School Board meeting Monday, the board heard a report from Judi Lykowski who splits her time between teaching broadcasting classes and as the corporation Marketing Director. Lykowski showed figures showing the demographics of followers on the school’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram,  Pinterest, and Linkedin social media accounts. Students are involved in much...
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Catherine Kasper Life Center Enters into a Management Agreement with Trinity

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April 12, 2017
Catherine Kasper Life Center Enters into a Management Agreement with Trinity

The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ are pleased to announce that Catherine Kasper Life Center is entering into a management agreement with Trinity Senior Services Management, Inc., a management subsidiary of Trinity Senior Living Communities, Inc. a Michigan nonprofit corporation.   The Catherine Kasper Life Center, comprised of Maria Center apartments and Catherine Kasper Home, is...
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Sunday Arrests by City Police

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April 12, 2017
Sunday Arrests by City Police

Sunday morning about 8:45 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir stopped a Jeep Cherokee on US 30 near Pioneer Drive for a traffic violation.  While speaking to the driver, 33 year old Christopher Newland of Rolling Prairie, Officer Weir learned he had lost his license for life.  Newland was also under the influence of alcohol. ...
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Turf Project for Football Field at PHS Scheduled for this Summer

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April 12, 2017
Turf Project for Football Field at PHS Scheduled for this Summer

Two summer projects slated for Plymouth High School could be completed by July 20 if the weather is cooperative. An artificial field turf for the football field will be a welcome sight for athletic and band use students. The turf is being installed by the Motz Group of Cincinnati, Ohio at a cost of...
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Bourbon Town Meeting

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April 12, 2017
Bourbon Town Meeting

The Bourbon High School Alumni President, Francis Berkey, appeared before the Bourbon Town Council Tuesday night to seek a reduction in the rental cost of the Matchett Center for their annual meeting. They had been paying $200 and the price was lowered to $150 for one year only. Berkley noted that the number of...
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FAIRGOERS TO CELEBRATE ‘WONDERFUL WORLD OF FOOD’ AT 2017 INDIANA STATE FAIR

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April 12, 2017
FAIRGOERS TO CELEBRATE ‘WONDERFUL WORLD OF FOOD’ AT 2017 INDIANA STATE FAIR

Indiana State Fair patrons may want to bring much bigger appetites to the annual event this summer after Fair officials announced its 2017 theme, the “Wonderful World of Food.” We all love food.  We grow it, sell it, cook it and eat it!  And at the 2017 Indiana State Fair we will celebrate it...
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Bourbon Town Council Suspends All Services to Karen Holmes Properties

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April 12, 2017
Bourbon Town Council Suspends All Services to Karen Holmes Properties

The Bourbon Town Council spent yet another several minutes during their April 11 meeting discussing what steps to take to resolve a potential settlement for properties owned by Karen Holmes. Holmes owns four properties in the town and all four no longer have water services due to an outstanding water bill of $22,234.75. Holmes...
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M.C. Senior Expo May Move to Airport

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April 12, 2017
M.C. Senior Expo May Move to Airport

The Marshall County Senior expo may have a new home for 2017.  Jackie Wright from the Marshall County Older Adult Services received permission from the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners at Tuesday’s meeting, to use two hangers at the airport for the event.  A number of problems still need to be resolved but the planning is...
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Friday Arrests by Plymouth Police

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April 12, 2017
Friday Arrests by Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested 26 year old Cody D. Overmyer of Monterey on Friday evening.  Overmyer was arrested at Walmart for Theft about 7:15 and booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $1,500 cash bond.   A little bit later that evening Officer Chad Beatty was dispatched to Casey’s General Store...
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Rebate Granted to Wythougan Preservation for Rees Theater Project

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April 12, 2017
Rebate Granted to Wythougan Preservation for Rees Theater Project

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved the application of the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council for a Commercial Revitalization Rebate. Brent Martin, speaking on behalf of the Preservation Council explained the first project at the Rees Theater located at 100 North Michigan Street.  “The major part of this first phase is masonry restoration on...
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