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City Board Approves Location for Lincoln Highway Kiosk

April 26, 2011
City Board Approves Location for Lincoln Highway Kiosk

04/27/11 Kurt Garner appeared before the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening requesting permission to place an informational kiosk on city property. Garner explained the request by stating, “The City of Plymouth, through the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association received funding for an informational kiosk that is to be located along the...
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County Police Conduct Investigations

April 26, 2011
County Police Conduct Investigations

04/27/11 On Tuesday, April 19th at 8:04 PM Patrolman Travis O’Neal with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area of 6080 Rose Road after receiving a report that someone was dumping controlled substance waste.  Upon arriving at the location officers located the remnants of a small mobile meth lab.  Witness’s reported seeing...
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Indiana State Police to Participate in Prescription Drug Take Back Day

April 26, 2011
Indiana State Police to Participate in Prescription Drug Take Back Day

04/27/11 On Saturday, April 30, The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will be sponsoring the second nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative.  The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent increased prescription drug abuse and theft.  Collection sites will be set up nationwide as collection points for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction.  This...
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Charbonneau: Bill Banning ‘Spice,’ Salvia in State Could Soon Be Law

April 26, 2011
Charbonneau: Bill Banning ‘Spice,’ Salvia in State Could Soon Be Law

04/27/11 Senate lawmakers voted 49-1 Monday in support of the final version of a proposal banning  products like ‘Spice’ and the herb salvia divinorum in Indiana, sending the enrolled act to the governor where it could be signed into law. Senate Enrolled Act 57, co-authored by State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso), adds various chemical compounds...
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Ancilla Alum Szymusiak to Deliver Address at College’s Commencement

April 26, 2011
Ancilla Alum Szymusiak to Deliver Address at College’s Commencement

04/27/11  Ancilla College alum Mary Szymusiak (AC ’95) will deliver the 2011 Commencement Address, the College announced today. Szymusiak, the President and CEO of Wheatfield-based company Tefft  Bridge and Iron, will share her wisdom during the College’s commencement ceremony, held Saturday, May 7 at 11:00 a.m. EDT at the Ancilla Domini Chapel. “It is...
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3M Awards $56,000 Grant to Riverside Intermediate School

April 26, 2011
3M Awards $56,000 Grant to Riverside Intermediate School

04/27/11 Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth has been granted some $56,000 from the 3M Company for use in math and science classes. Riverside Principal Donna Burroughs said she was contacted by D.J. Fishbaugh, plant manager of the local 3M company, a few months ago about a grant project offered by the company. Each of...
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TRIAD Meeting

April 26, 2011
TRIAD Meeting

04/27/11  The next meeting of Marshall County TRIAD is Thursday, April 28th.  The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Life Enrichment Center on Harrison Street in Plymouth.  Special guest speaker for the meeting will be Nikki Markley from Real Services.  TRIAD assists law enforcement to keep seniors safe in their communities by utilizing...
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Last Chance for Indiana Farmers to Vote for their Favorite FFA Chapter in FFA Chapter Challenge

April 26, 2011
Last Chance for Indiana Farmers to Vote for their Favorite FFA Chapter in FFA Chapter Challenge

04/27/11 For many FFA members, the National FFA Convention is a life-changing event. Members could be receiving an award they’ve been working for throughout their high school experience, running for national office, meeting fellow members from across the country or competing in a national contest. And now, chapters in Indiana have a chance to...
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Seniors Invited to Recorder Lessons

April 26, 2011
Seniors Invited to Recorder Lessons

04/27/11  Studies show that older adults find music lessons are a great way to stay mentally active, therapeutic, and help with critical thinking, problem solving, effective communication, team work and confidence.  For that reason Miller’s Senior Living Community has teamed with professional musician Liza Woolever to offer music lessons to seniors. Beginning Wednesday, May...
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City Department Heads Report to Board of Public Works and Safety

April 25, 2011
City Department Heads Report to Board of Public Works and Safety

04/26/11 Monday evening city department heads informed the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety of the activities in their departments. Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt asked for board approval to seek quotes to replace the 15 year old John Deere mower/snowplow that is use in the downtown area.  The equipment is in the 2011...
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Lane Restrictions on Oak Drive Between Wal-Mart & K-Mart

April 25, 2011
Lane Restrictions on Oak Drive Between Wal-Mart & K-Mart

04/26/11  Gary Fox, Project Engineer for the Oak Drive improvement project north of US 30 announced the begging of lane restrictions. Contractor H.R.P. began work on Monday that involves making connections to and doing work involving the existing water main that is located on the northbound lane of Oak Drive in the area of...
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Commissioners Give Approval for Improvements to War Memorial

April 25, 2011
Commissioners Give Approval for Improvements to War Memorial

04/26/11  This month Marshall County Veteran’s Service Officer Josh Wakeland appeared before the County Commissioners seeking approval to make improvement to the War Memorial at the south east corner of the Court House.  Wakeland explained that he is working with Price’s Nursery to design a landscaping project that will help bring visibility to site. ...
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City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

April 25, 2011
City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

04/26/11  On Friday, April 22nd at 7:18 PM Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on 46 year old Martin Blades Sr. of Plymouth.   Mr. Blades was arrested on an active warrant through Marshall County on a civil contempt charge.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked...
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John Wraight Continues Journey Across America

April 25, 2011
John Wraight Continues Journey Across America

04/26/11 The 74 year old Plymouth man that started walking across American for the American Heart Association is back at it but this time he is riding. On Monday morning John Wraight was in Collinwood, Tennessee having already covered 100 miles in 3 days.  Wraight began his journey last spring and managed to walk...
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Mortocycle Driver Injured in Crash

April 25, 2011
Mortocycle Driver Injured in Crash

04-26-11  On Saturday, April 23rd at 1:36 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Ray West responded to Lake Avenue in front of Washington School for a two vehicle accident involving a vehicle and a motorcycle. Arriving on the scene Officer West was told that 30 year old Heath Bowman of Plymouth was traveling east bound on...
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REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE WALLEYE FRY

April 25, 2011
REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE WALLEYE FRY

04/26/11 The Plymouth Republican City Committee announces a Tom’s Tasty Taters Fish Fry on April 29th from 4:00 to 8:00 at The Knights of Columbus Hall on East Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Tickets for Tom’s famous Walleye, Fries and Cole Slaw fundraising dinner are $8.00. City Committee candidates Duane Culp (District 1,) Don Ecker...
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Few Tickets Left for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

April 25, 2011
Few Tickets Left for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

04/26/11  Mayor Mark Senter is happy to announce the keynote speaker for this year’s Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  The speaker for this year’s breakfast will be Charlie Adams.  Charlie Adams is best known in Michiana for his many years as Sports Director at WSBT TV. One of his great joys was coming to Plymouth to...
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Winners In Miller’s Easter Egg Decorating Contest

April 25, 2011
Winners In Miller’s Easter Egg Decorating Contest

04/26/11 Staff of Miller’s Senior Living Community took part in an Easter egg decorating contest.  Each staff person was given a plastic Easter egg and told to “be creative”.  They could do anything with the egg they chose.  Fifteen of the twenty-five staff members entered the contest.  Each egg was then assigned a number...
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ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

April 25, 2011
ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

04/26/11  Most television viewers have seen at least part of a CSI or Law and Order episode.  These shows seemed to have spurred a new interest in law enforcement and forensics.  Now the Indiana State Police is giving young people an up close look at law enforcement through its youth camps program. Respect for...
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Mayoral Campaign Finance Reports

April 24, 2011
Mayoral Campaign Finance Reports

04/25/11 Candidates participating in the May 3rd Municipal Primary filed their campaign finance reports for the April 15th deadline. Mayor Mark Senter’s report showed cash on hand at the beginning of the reporting period of $407.90.  He had contributions in the amount of $5,000 and expenditures of $295.43 for an ending balance of $5,112.47....
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