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The Countdown Begins fo the Start of the Kids BigRED3

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 The most physically fit kids in the area will get to show off a little for fun, prizes and a good cause this weekend as Centennial Park hosts the fifth annual Kids BigRED3 triathlon. The event raises money for programs of the Plymouth Park Department and has fast become one of the most...
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Langley Arrested for Failure to Register

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 On June 2, 2010 information was received that a Registered Sex Offender, Christopher Langley was no longer living at his last registered address in Plymouth. An investigation by Detective/Lt. Ward Byers of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that Langley had moved from his last registered address in Plymouth and had failed to...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Monterey Woman

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 On Monday, June 14th at 9:20 p.m. Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at 4th and Jackson Streets.   The driver, 33 year old Sara Moorefield-Hopkins from Monterey had expired plates.  After a check of Hopkins driver’s licenses it was found that she was driving while suspended with...
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15th Annual Ancilla College Golf Tournament Tees Off

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 The 15th annual Ancilla College Golf Tournament teed off on Monday at the Plymouth Country Club, with 40 teams taking part in the festivities to help raise money for the school. The tournament, which followed a four-person Florida scramble format, raised nearly $21,000 for the Annual Fund.  Funds received are pledged to support...
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St. Rd. 17 to be Closed After 4th of July

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 Ron Wireman, Construction Manager from DLZ is announcing the closure of State Road 17 as part of the Pioneer Drive Extension Wednesday.  Wireman said, “Well, it’s that time! The contractor has informed me they plan to close State Road 17 on July 6,  the Tuesday morning following the 4th of July weekend.  The...
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All Shook Up Pairs Elvis Hits Pairs Elvis Hits Wild Characters

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 The Ramada Wagon Wheel Theatre in Warsaw presents its second show of the 2010 Summer Season: All Shook Up which runs June 23 through July 3. You can also visit us online at www.wagonwheeltheatre.com.  Over the past decade, a new type of show has taken the Great White Way by storm.  Incorporating hits...
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Drinking in a Parking Lot may Cost a Local Homeless Man his Dog

June 16, 2010
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06/16/10  Tuesday morning Superior Court II was the site for a unique hearing involving one of Plymouth’s homeless citizen. Todd Wagner has been homeless for a good portion of his adult life, spending most of it here in the town of Plymouth.  Ironically, Todd also found himself in a familiar setting, a Marshall County Courtroom. On...
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Medical Call Results in Arrest for Meth Lab

June 16, 2010
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06/16/10  A medical call Tuesday evening on Lemler Lane resulted I the arrest of a Plymouth man and the Indiana State Police Clandestine Team being called. City officers and the ambulance service responded to the Lemler Lane address and found 20 year old James Bailey working on a sound system in a vehicle parked...
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Redevelopment Commission Meets

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 The next work on the Oak Road project in Plymouth could begin in October or November if the remaining two parcels of right-a-way space can be obtained. At a meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday night, City Attorney Nelson Chipman said there were ten parcels needed to move forward with the...
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United Way Announces Plans for 50th Anniversary Celebrations

June 16, 2010
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06/16/10 Just because you’re 50 doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time… At least that’s the attitude of the Marshall County United Way as it prepares to kick off its historic 50th campaign. A year of celebration for all residents of the county is on tap as the campaign seeks to meet its...
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CIty Board Begin Actions to Increase Sewer Rates

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 Actions taken by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the City Council Monday night will result in a sewer rate hike for city residents in the near future. Eric Walsh of Umbaugh and Associates, the city’ financial consultants came before the Board and suggested a rate hike for the utility....
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Welfare Check by County Police Locates Deceased Man

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 The Marshall County Coroner’s Office is investigating the death of a Plymouth man. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a request to conduct a welfare check on a man living at 17471 Tomahawk Trail Saturday afternoon.   The request came from a family member in the Chicago area who had been calling for a...
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Downtown Car Show and Pizza Cook-off this Saturday, Benefits Humane Society and Others

June 16, 2010
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06/16/10  Animals in need of adoption in Marshall County will be the big winners as local car enthusiasts show off their pride and joy at the P-Town Cruz’n Car Show. The group will hold its big event on Michigan Street in Plymouth this Saturday, June 19th and the money raised will go to help...
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Commissioners Call Special Meeting for Lake of the Woods Property Owners

June 15, 2010
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06/16/10 The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for a special meeting on Monday, June 21st at 6 p.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  This special evening meeting is to discuss with residents at Lake of the Woods the findings of ownership on the various easements around the lake. Earlier...
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Schools Offer Free Lunches

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10 During the school year, many children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs. What happens when school lets out? Hunger is one of the most severe roadblocks to the learning process. Lack of nutrition during the summer months may set up a cycle for...
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Council & Commissioners say NO Raises, NO New Employees, Flat Line Budgets

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10  The Marshall County Commissioners gave the Council their recommendations for the 2011 budget during the Council meeting Monday. Commissioner President, Kevin Overmyer said, “I want to say thank you to the Council and office holders.  Over the years you have kept this county solvent.   People need to realize how fortunate we are in...
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Canoe Trip offered at Potawatomi Park for Father’s Day

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10 There is still time to join Potawatomi Wildlife Park this Saturday, June 19, for Park’s fourth annual canoe trip down the Tippecanoe River through the seldom seen upper reaches of what the Nature Conservancy terms “one of the ten most important rivers in the country to preserve.” Two lengths of trip are available,...
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Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Installs Officers

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10 Zeta Zeta Chapter, Plymouth, of Delta Theta Tau Sorority recently installed their 2010-2011 officers.  Front row l to r:  Mindy Shorter, treasurer; Barb Cox, vice-president; Denise Ecker, president; Sallie Crawford, recording secretary.  Back row l to r:  Kay Miller, pledge supervisor; Kelly Redinger, corresponding secretary; Marilyn Byers, publicity; Dawn Hooker, sergeant-at-arms.  Absent was...
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Arrests by City Officers

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10  On Tuesday, June 8th at 4:51 p.m. Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 21 year old, Andrew Thomas of 5th Road, after observing him walking out of the Northgate Trailer Park and knowing he had an active warrant through Marshall County. Mr. Thomas was transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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INDIANA CONSERVATION OFFICER RECEIVES AWARD

June 15, 2010
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06/15/10  Indiana Conservation Officer First Sergeant Mark Hines was awarded the DNR Law Enforcement Division’s Director’s leadership Award in ceremonies held in Indianapolis on May 26th.   Hines, a 32 year Conservation Officer serves in a supervisor capacity in the DNR’s Syracuse Law Enforcement District.  He began his career in 1978 as a field conservation...
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