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Grand Reopening at Bright Eyes in Plymouth

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July 16, 2019
Grand Reopening at Bright Eyes in Plymouth

Bright Eyes at 109 North Walnut Street is one of the leading provider of optometry services in the Plymouth community.  Offering complete eye care from exams to glasses, and contacts to medical eye care.   On Tuesday they held their Grand Reopening and ribbon cutting ceremonies. Dr. Garmon did her undergraduate studies at Indiana University...
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Bonie Agee Arrested at Low Bob’s on Warrant

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July 16, 2019
Bonie Agee Arrested at Low Bob’s on Warrant

Officer Enyart with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Low Bob’s located at 1212 West Jefferson Street on Monday morning in reference to Bonnie Agee being at that business and having an outstanding warrant. Officer Enyart located 36 year old Bonnie Agee of Plymouth was in her vehicle at the drive-up window of...
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MUSIC IN THE PARK SERIES CONTINUES JULY 21 FEATURING JOHN BAHLER

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July 16, 2019
MUSIC IN THE PARK SERIES CONTINUES JULY 21 FEATURING JOHN BAHLER

Potawatomi Wildlife Park’s Music in the Park series continues this Sunday evening, July 21st in the Bessinger Pavilion beginning at 6 p.m. This one voice and one acoustic guitar pack a very big punch.  John Bahler tackles many styles—classic country, jazz, folk, blues, old time, bluegrass and more.  Even when he plays in genres...
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Young, Toomey, Cotton Introduce Bill to Prevent Government Bailouts, Protect Taxpayers

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July 16, 2019
Young, Toomey, Cotton Introduce Bill to Prevent Government Bailouts, Protect Taxpayers

Monday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), and Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) introduced the Government Bailout Prevention Act to ensure that federal dollars cannot be used to help insolvent state, territory, or local governments pay off their obligations. Under this bill, no arm of the federal government, including the Federal Reserve System and the U.S....
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Governor Holcomb Directs Actions Aimed at Reducing Indiana’s Smoking Rate

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July 16, 2019
Governor Holcomb Directs Actions Aimed at Reducing Indiana’s Smoking Rate

The Indiana State Department of Health and Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Monday acted on direction from Governor Eric J. Holcomb to improve access to and the affordability of tobacco cessation products for Hoosiers wanting to quit smoking or using tobacco.   State Health Commissioner Kris Box, M.D., FACOG, has issued a standing...
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Honey Dewdrops to Sweeten the Moon — Twice in one Weekend!

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July 16, 2019
Honey Dewdrops to Sweeten the Moon — Twice in one Weekend!

Fresh from appearing (Just last week!) on National Public Radio’s World-Wide Broadcast, Mountain Stage, the American duo, Honey Dewdrops will appear at Wild Rose Moon in concert this Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour. Specializing in Appalachian Mountain music, the duo, consisting of Laura Wortman and Kagey...
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Adkins Arrested for OWI

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July 16, 2019
Adkins Arrested for OWI

A traffic stop conducted at 520 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth at Pak-A-Sak gas station on Saturday ended with the arrest of a Bourbon man. City Officer Emenhiser discovered that driver, 22 year old Mauricio S. Adkins was Operating a vehicle While Intoxicated. He was later transported to the Marshall County Jail and charged...
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Pitbull Coming to South Bend August 16

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July 16, 2019
Pitbull Coming to South Bend August 16

The South Bend Cubs announced today that the Pitbull concert cancelled earlier this summer has been rescheduled for Friday evening, August 16, at Four Winds Field. “We’re excited to announce this news,” said Joe Hart, President of the South Bend Cubs. “Pitbull and Andrew Berlin have been working hard to put this together since the...
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Gary Werb Arrested for Possession of Meth & Marijuana and Neglect of a Dependent

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July 15, 2019
Gary Werb Arrested for Possession of Meth & Marijuana and Neglect of a Dependent

36 year old Gary Werb of Plymouth was arrested on Saturday afternoon, July 13th after city police were dispatched to 1311 West Jefferson Street for a male passed out in the driver’s seat of a parked car with the engine running and windows down and with a small child in the rear seat. Officer...
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Bremen Architectural Tour Sunday, July 28th

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July 15, 2019
Bremen Architectural Tour Sunday, July 28th

The eye-catching checkerboard house is one of the featured on the Historic Buildings of Bremen Tour on Sunday, July 28. Tickets for the Bremen Architectural Tour may be purchased at the Bremen Town Hall, the Bremen History Center, Yoder’s Hardware and the Marshall County Museum.  Tickets are just $10 per person, or $20 per...
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