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Severe Weather Preparedness Week Begins March 17

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March 17, 2019
Severe Weather Preparedness Week Begins March 17

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) encourages Hoosiers to plan ahead for extreme weather as part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 17-23. “Severe Weather Preparedness Week serves as a great reminder of the increased potential for thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding in Indiana during the spring and early summer,” said David Hosick, director...
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Lindenwood Offers “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example”

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March 15, 2019
Lindenwood Offers “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example”

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, the Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center will offer a day program entitled “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example.” Father Edward Looney, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will lead this day in presenting three main themes that will help participants live by Mary of Nazareth’s example: How did Mary love?...
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UPDATE: Andrew Meloy Arrested for Shots Fired Incident Thursday Night in Plymouth

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March 15, 2019
UPDATE:  Andrew Meloy Arrested for Shots Fired Incident Thursday Night in Plymouth

Thursday evening about 6:30, Plymouth Police were dispatched to the area of North Michigan Street and Harrison Street for a report of shots fired. City officers arriving on the scene heard additional shots being fired from the back of 823 North Michigan Street.  City Police set up a perimeter around the residence, along with...
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“Shots Fired” event in 800 block of North Michigan Street

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March 14, 2019
“Shots Fired” event in 800 block of North Michigan Street

Plymouth Police were dispatched to a possible shots fired event in the 800 block of North Michigan Street Thursday evening. Details have not been released but scanner traffic indicated that a male subject fired shots inside the duplex at 823 North Michigan Street. Officers from the Plymouth Police Department, Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and...
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Minor Train Derailment in Plymouth

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March 14, 2019
Minor Train Derailment in Plymouth

Plymouth Police responded to a train derailment Thursday afternoon near Broadway and Patterson. A train on the Elkhart & Western Railroad, which is owned by Pioneer Railcorp was delivering product to Pregis.  As the train went into the curve on the line two or three of the cars derailed on an industrial spur that...
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PHS Theatre Presents Crazytown This Weekend

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March 14, 2019
PHS Theatre Presents Crazytown This Weekend

The Plymouth High School theatre department will present Crazytown this Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 in the PHS auditorium. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. on both nights and the show starts at 7 p.m. The performance will be in the PHS auditorium. Tickets are $6 each and will be sold at...
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City Board of Works Approves Quote for Police Vehicles, Michigan Street Closure and Banner Hanging

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March 14, 2019
City Board of Works Approves Quote for Police Vehicles, Michigan Street Closure and Banner Hanging

The Plymouth Police Department will receive two new vehicles after the Board of Public Works and Safety approved the low quote of Country Auto.  The P.D. will receive two 2019 Dodge Durangos that are pursuit rated for a quote of $58,864. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson was granted approval to solicit quotes for a new...
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Bourbon Town Board Handles Several Items

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March 14, 2019
Bourbon Town Board Handles Several Items

A request by Bourbon Clerk-Treasurer, Kim Berger, was approved unanimously by the Town Council Tuesday evening. Berger said egg hunts for children had not been held for several years since the former sponsor of the event disbanded. She asked that the town hold an egg hunt in the park in April 20, 2019. Bourbon...
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Bourbon Water Superintendent Updates Town Board

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March 14, 2019
Bourbon Water Superintendent Updates Town Board

Steve Stacy, Water and Wastewater Superintendent for the Town of Bourbon briefed members of the Bourbon Town Board on the results of a ACCU-Dig camera test.   Stacy said, “It showed a lot of bad pipes and a lot of good pipes.”  He requested the purchase of two router heads at a cost of $660...
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FREE HELP TO QUIT TOBACCO

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March 14, 2019
HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FREE HELP TO QUIT TOBACCO

For the second year in a row, the Indiana Tobacco Quitline is offering tobacco users free medication to help them quit tobacco use. The nicotine replacement therapy promotion is available now and ends when supplies run out. In the last year, nearly 7,500 Hoosiers received a free two-week supply of nicotine replacement therapy through...
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