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City Park Board Updated on Walking Bridge Restoration Project

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November 10, 2019
City Park Board Updated on Walking Bridge Restoration Project

Members of the Plymouth Park Board were updated on the Walking Bridge project in River Park Square by Randy Strasser from VS Engineering during their meeting last week. VS Engineering was given the notice to proceed with the project in December last year.  Since that time survey work, hydraulics, field inspections, wetland delineations and...
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Mi Camino Real Grand Re-Opening

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November 10, 2019
Mi Camino Real Grand Re-Opening

Thursday morning Mayor Mark Senter attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Re-Opening of Mi Camino Real. The grand re-opening was due to a fire that occurred at the restaurant on September 24th.  The fire started on the exterior of the building in the area of the patio.  The flames continued to grow,...
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Plymouth Firefighters Respond to Dumpster Fire

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November 10, 2019
Plymouth Firefighters Respond to Dumpster Fire

Firefighters from the Plymouth Fire department responded to dumpster fire Saturday evening about 5 p.m. The 911 call sent firemen to 1280 Dora Lane, the Carriage Green Apartments. Firefighters found a fire in one of the large metal dumpsters and were able to extinguish it is short order.
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Field Fire Saturday at 12B & Hickory Road

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November 10, 2019
Field Fire Saturday at 12B & Hickory Road

Firefighters from three departments responded to a field fire Saturday afternoon. Around 12:30 the Plymouth Fire Department received a 911 call of a field fire at the corner of 12B and Hickory Road.  As the grass rig from the Plymouth Fire Department arrived on the scene they asked for mutual aid from Argos and...
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Plymouth Fire Department Responds to Grain Dryer Fire

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November 10, 2019
Plymouth Fire Department Responds to Grain Dryer Fire

Friday morning about 10:45 the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a fire at 11126 Lincoln Highway, the Paul and Sandra Langfeldt farm. A large grain dryer was on fire at the back of the property. Firefighters were able to open the chute to the dryer and emptied the column that the fire was in...
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Knights Granted Approval for Re-plat

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November 10, 2019
Knights Granted Approval for Re-plat

The Knight of Columbus was granted approval from the Plymouth Plan Commission to re-plat their property at 901 Columbus Drive. During last week’s meeting, Plan Director Ralph Booker said they simply want to create two separate lots, one where their building sits and one that fronts on East Jefferson Street, next to the Community...
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City Meetings Scheduled for Monday Evening

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November 10, 2019
City Meetings Scheduled for Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening, November 11th in the second floor council chambers of City Hall. The Board of Public Works and Safety meets at 6 p.m. and includes reports from department heads, a request for sidewalk improvement at 810½ North Walnut Street and consideration of the 2020...
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Winter Weather Advisory Monday

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November 10, 2019
Winter Weather Advisory Monday

The latest weather update from the National Weather Service in Northern Indiana: Marshall County will be under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY from 10 AM to 7 PM Monday.  Snow is expected across the county with a total snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches. Drivers should plan on slippery road conditions later in the...
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NET 43 Investigation Leads to Arrests in the Kosciusko County Jail

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November 10, 2019
NET 43 Investigation Leads to Arrests in the Kosciusko County Jail

After receiving a tip regarding potential narcotic trafficking in the Kosciusko County Jail; an investigation was immediately initiated by NET 43. As a result of the operation, 41 year old Jessica Frost of Plymouth, a contract jail nurse, was apprehended Wednesday night. Also facing charges related to the case is 39 year old Jonathan...
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Rieth-Riley Construction Completing Street & Sidewalk Projects

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November 10, 2019
Rieth-Riley Construction Completing Street & Sidewalk Projects

Several existing road construction projects within the City of Plymouth will be completed in the week to come. Rieth-Riley Construction is scheduled to complete the Community Crossings paving work over the weekend but the concrete work will continue through next week with a tentative finish date scheduled for November 15th. While the paving projects...
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Bourbon Man Charged in Death of Stan Hite

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November 10, 2019
Bourbon Man Charged in Death of Stan Hite

A Bourbon man has been arrested and charged with Dealing in a Controlled Substance Resulting in Death as a level 1 Felony, Dealing in a Narcotic Drug as a level 4 felony and Possession of a Narcotic Drug as a level 6 felony. 28 year old Harley D. Robbins is currently sitting in the...
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Hoosiers are encouraged to prepare for frigid temperatures during Winter Weather Preparedness Week

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November 10, 2019
Hoosiers are encouraged to prepare for frigid temperatures during Winter Weather Preparedness Week

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) encourages Hoosiers to use Winter Weather Preparedness Week, Nov. 10th thru the 16th, as an opportunity to properly prepare for upcoming winter weather. During winter, Hoosiers should always monitor local radio, TV stations and social media for weather updates. It is also important to understand the differences...
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Ugly Christmas Sweater Auction Benefits the Neighborhood Center

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November 10, 2019
Ugly Christmas Sweater Auction Benefits the Neighborhood Center

The second annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Auction to benefit the Marshall County Neighborhood Center was held Thursday evening, November 7th at Wild Rose Moon in downtown Plymouth. Executive Director of the Center, Chris Garner said, “We had a great time at our Auction! Lots of laughs and great coffee and treats are the perfect...
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Wings Etc. Honor US Armed Forces Active Duty and Veterans on November 11

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November 9, 2019
Wings Etc. Honor US Armed Forces Active Duty  and Veterans on November 11

On Monday, November 11th, participating local Wings Etc. locations will offer US Armed Forces active duty personnel and US veterans a free entrée in recognition of service and sacrifice during the annual Veterans Day observance. At participating Wings Etc. locations, 2123 North Oak Drive in Plymouth and 5051 East Ireland Road in South Bend, active duty and retired service members can order a free entrée, up to $10...
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Senator Young Delivers Floor Speech Ahead of Veterans Day

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November 8, 2019
Senator Young Delivers Floor Speech Ahead of Veterans Day

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday afternoon ahead of Veterans Day. He shared the stories of two Hoosier veterans – Lance Corporal Alec Terwiske, a Marine killed in Afghanistan, and Robert Egli, a World War II veteran whose family received a Bronze Star on his behalf. Senator Young also...
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Statement from WTCA on Political Appearances

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November 8, 2019
Statement from WTCA on Political Appearances

We understand that comments have been made recently on social media concerning political candidates and their ability to share their platform during the What’s Your Opinion Show. Our talk radio show has always been an open platform for local candidates to come in and talk about their campaign. Like all our show guests, political...
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Mayor Senter Accepts Award from Indiana Chamber for Community of the Year

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November 8, 2019
Mayor Senter Accepts Award from Indiana Chamber for Community of the Year

Thursday evening more than 100 people from Plymouth attended the 30th Annual Indiana Chamber Awards Dinner at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. While the official announcement that the City of Plymouth was selected as the Indiana Chamber Community of the Year the end of August, Thursday was the award presentation. Accepting the award,...
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Tattoo Parlor Granted Variance to Operate at 100 S. Michigan Street

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November 7, 2019
Tattoo Parlor Granted Variance to Operate at 100 S. Michigan Street

Jamie Fonseca’s tattoo shop that was located at 212 North Michigan Street will move to 100 South Michigan Street after the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals approved a Variance of Use to the business. Fonseca told the board his current building has major issues with leaks and he needs more space. The Board of...
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PHS Veterans Day program – Monday, November 11

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November 7, 2019
PHS Veterans Day program – Monday, November 11

Plymouth High School students and staff invite all veterans, along with the community to attend this year’s PHS Veterans Day program on Monday, November 11. The program will begin promptly at 8:40 a.m. in the varsity gymnasium. Before the start of the program, PHS welcomes local veterans to enjoy complimentary breakfast beginning at 7:45...
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November 10-16 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

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November 7, 2019
November 10-16 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

November 10th – 16th has been designated as Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana.  Although winter does not officially arrive until December 21st, next week will provide us with a preview of coming attractions. Being prepared and having a plan will help keep you safe and minimize the impact caused by winter weather.  Here...
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