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Arson Suspected on Railroad Ties Fire Behind Bowen Printing

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September 28, 2016
Arson Suspected on Railroad Ties Fire Behind Bowen Printing

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a fire along the railroad track behind Bowen Printing on South Michigan Street Wednesday afternoon at 1:50. A concerned citizen called after seeing smoke, fearing a business in the area was on fire. Firefighters found a stack of railroad ties totally engulfed when they arrived on the scene....
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Sale of Surplus Bicycles

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September 28, 2016
City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Sale of Surplus Bicycles

Plymouth Police Chief, David Bacon was given approval to set up an auction to dispose of the collection of bicycles currently on hand. The Chief said, “We are at capacity. We store those in the pole barn behind the fire department and we need to sell some stuff.”   The auction will be opened...
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The Bicentennial Experience Mobile Unit in Marshall County on Tuesday

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September 28, 2016
The Bicentennial Experience Mobile Unit in Marshall County on Tuesday

  The Bicentennial Experience, a high-tech mobile museum that tells the story of Indiana’s natural wonders, legendary figures and the state’s far-reaching impact, will be set up on Garro Street in downtown Plymouth next to the Marshall County Museum on Tuesday, October 4th at 4 PM till 7 PM during the Bicentennial Torch Relay...
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Donnelly Votes to Override President Obama on Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act

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September 28, 2016
Donnelly Votes to Override President Obama on Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday voted to override President Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. The bill would allow foreign governments believed to be involved in terror attacks on U.S. soil to be sued in U.S. courts. The legislation has been long-sought by families of 9/11 victims. The veto...
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Juried Show brings more than Art to Downtown Plymouth

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September 28, 2016

  Heartland Artist Gallery will be displaying over 100 pieces of art at their 28th Annual Juried Art Show in the month of October. All the art is new to the Gallery, and entered from the surrounding four states. Curator, Carrolyne Babcock had this to say about the art submitted “ We have an...
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Senior Night for PHS Boys Tennis

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September 28, 2016
Senior Night for PHS Boys Tennis

The Plymouth High School Boys regular tennis season ended Tuesday evening at Culver Military Academy.   It was Senior Night for all 11 seniors, seven players and four managers. The Athletic Booster Club also celebrated the tennis team’s annual Booster Night as well.  The celebration was conducted after the final match Tuesday night at Culver...
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City to Undertake Fall Street and Sidewalk Projects, Bids Opened

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September 28, 2016
City to Undertake Fall Street and Sidewalk Projects, Bids Opened

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for the fall street and sidewalk projects. Projects include Hoham drive from Oak Drive to Western Avenue; Jim Neu Drive from Pioneer Drive to Oak Drive; Walter Glaub Drive from Jim Neu Drive to Jim Neu Drive; Pilgrim Lane from Oak Drive...
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Public Hearing for Pretzels Inc. Tax Abatement

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September 27, 2016
Public Hearing for Pretzels Inc. Tax Abatement

Craig Anderson, CFO for Pretzels Inc. was present at the public hearing for their Tax Abatement request and gave a brief background of the company. Pretzels Inc. was founded in 1978 in Bluffton by Bill Mann and Bill Huggins.  Their current facility in Bluffton is 200,000 square feet with 330 employees.  Craig noted that...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Battery Against Public Safety Officer

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September 27, 2016
Plymouth Man Arrested for Battery Against Public Safety Officer

On Monday (9-26-16) afternoon at 3, Plymouth Police units were dispatched to 300 Water Street in reference to an out of control subject. The dispatch center was told the male was destroying the apartment and attempting to gain access to a weapon. Officer Ray West located 28 year old Justin Stewart of the 300...
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Tusing Arrested for Probation Violation

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September 27, 2016
Tusing Arrested for Probation Violation

Monday (9/26/16) afternoon about 3:30 city officer Matt Emenhiser was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department for a client who failed a drug screen. 45 year old Mark A. Tusing of Nappanee was arrested for the probation violation and booked into the county jail on a $500 cash bond and a Failure to...
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