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NILES SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2019

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September 15, 2019
NILES SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2019

The nationally renowned Niles Scream Park is ready to officially start autumn by scaring the “yell” out of you with seven different haunted attractions.  This year marks the 46th consecutive year of their annual fright festival. The gates will squeak open on Friday, September 13th, and be open on the remaining Fridays and Saturdays...
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Loftus Arrested by City Police; OWI .15% or more & Endangering

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September 13, 2019
Loftus Arrested by City Police; OWI .15% or more & Endangering

Plymouth Police Officer Shannon Gilmer arrested a Plymouth man Wednesday evening, September 11th following a traffic stop at Sycamore and Kenwood Avenue. During a traffic stop, 37 yea3r old Michael T. Loftus was found to be intoxicated.  He was transported to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center for a chemical test.  With the results of...
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Lake Max 5K and Half Marathon on Saturday

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September 13, 2019
Lake Max 5K and Half Marathon on Saturday

Please be aware that the Lake Max Half Marathon and 5K take place Saturday morning, September 14th beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Lions Club Train Depot. They are expecting to have around 150 participants. Some of the main roads in Culver you may encounter larger groups of runners include Main Street, Ohio Street,...
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Young, Murphy, Bipartisan Senators Urge Saudi Arabia to Live Up to U.N. Funding Commitment to Prevent Thousands of Deaths in Yemen

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September 13, 2019
Young, Murphy, Bipartisan Senators Urge Saudi Arabia to Live Up to U.N. Funding Commitment to Prevent Thousands of Deaths in Yemen

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), both members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on Wednesday led a bipartisan group of 8 senators encouraging Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to fulfill the Kingdom’s $750 million commitment to the United Nations to help fund critical programs aimed at alleviating...
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1st Source Bank PHS August Growth awards announced

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September 13, 2019
1st Source Bank PHS August Growth awards announced

Plymouth High School senior Devin Stine and sophomore Jared Allen have been selected for showing the most growth among their peers during the month of August. Both students were nominated by PHS staff members and the award winners were selected by a team of PHS administrators. Devin was nominated by PHS teacher Debra Nifong...
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Jelinek Sentenced to Maximum 12 Year Prison Sentence

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September 12, 2019
Jelinek Sentenced to Maximum 12 Year Prison Sentence

      One hundred and five days after being charged and arrested for Dealing In a Narcotic Drug, Jessica Jelinek, 31, of Plymouth, was sentenced and is preparing to be transported to the Department of Corrections to complete a 12 year prison term.  Jelinek previously admitted in open court to supplying Roxicodone to Fabian Pioro...
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Mark Clemons Jr. Arrested by City Police for Residential Entry & Indecent Exposure

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September 12, 2019
Mark Clemons Jr. Arrested by City Police for Residential Entry & Indecent Exposure

Officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to 121 Green Street early Thursday morning, September 12th about 2:45 for an unwanted guest attempting to gain entry to the residence. Officer Paul Stamper arrived on the scene and conducted an investigation.  At the conclusion of his investigation it was determined that 32 year old...
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Funding Released for Permanent Supportive Housing Project in Plymouth, Construction Spring 2020

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September 12, 2019
Funding Released for Permanent Supportive Housing Project in Plymouth, Construction Spring 2020

On Wednesday, Garden Court received notification of the funding release from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) for the Serenity Permanent Supportive Housing project in Plymouth. In June the Board of Directors for the IHCDA approved funding to create permanent supportive housing in Plymouth. Garden Court, Inc. was awarded over $1.7 million that will...
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Pair Arrested in Parking Lot of Hacienda for Drugs

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September 12, 2019
Pair Arrested in Parking Lot of Hacienda for Drugs

Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a medical call in the parking lot of the Hacienda Tuesday night just before 11 for a motorist slumped over. Arriving on scene the officer found a female seated in the driver’s seat.  She was identified as 23 year old Maeve Concannon from North Liberty.  ...
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Bourbon Resident Upset with Town Street Paving

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September 12, 2019
Bourbon Resident Upset with Town Street Paving

Bourbon homeowner Rosemary Shearer at 207 West Sunset expressed her opinions on how the town has chosen which streets to repave and shared her disgust that her street has not been repaved since 1994 during Tuesday’s Town Council meeting. Shearer said, “My street is narrow and cracked. My street is being ignored.” Street Department...
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