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New Things to See at the 2014 Blueberry Festival

August 28, 2014
New Things to See at the 2014 Blueberry Festival

What’s new for the 2014 Marshall County Blueberry Festival? Well there’s a corn-hole tournament this year on Sunday. The inaugural contest starts at noon on the basketball courts with registration and the competition commences at 1. This event is sponsored by the Tuesday Night Baggers and will benefit the Plymouth Elks Lodge. Cost is...
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Plymouth Board Approves Remodling Project at PD

August 28, 2014
Plymouth Board Approves Remodling Project at PD

Plymouth Police Chief, David Bacon was granted approval to seek quotes for much needed maintenance work at the police department. Monday night the Chief appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety and explained some remolding he would like to complete at the department. The project includes some exterior painting of trim and...
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Blueberry Pancake Fly-in on Sunday at Plymouth Airport

August 28, 2014
Blueberry Pancake Fly-in on Sunday at Plymouth Airport

The Plymouth Optimist Club will have its annual Blueberry Pancake/Fly-In Breakfast on August 31st at the Plymouth Public Airport in Plymouth. Tickets are sold at the door or from any Optimist member. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for children 5 to 12 and kids under 5 are free. Optimist members will be flipping...
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CASA Executive Director Haley Kittrell presents at Plymouth Lions Club

August 28, 2014
CASA Executive Director Haley Kittrell presents at Plymouth Lions Club

What is CASA? That was the question answered at the monthly meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. Executive Director, Haley Kittrell explained that CASA means Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA of Marshall County is a non-profit organization committed to speaking in the best interest of children who are at risk for abuse and neglect....
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Pioneer Seed in Plymouth Celebrates 25 years

August 28, 2014
Pioneer Seed in Plymouth Celebrates 25 years

Governor Mike Pence came to Marshall County on Wednesday to help DuPont Pioneer celebrate the 25th anniversary of their production facility. The Pioneer seed corn production facility in Plymouth broke ground in 1988. Production location manager Mark Letzinger said when the plant opened in 1989 it was considered a small operation. But things have...
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Official Blueberry Parking at PHS Increases to $8

August 27, 2014
Official Blueberry Parking at PHS Increases to $8

An increase in the price of parking at the Plymouth High School during the Blueberry Festival that is held over the Labor Day weekend each year could bring in as much $15,000-$20,000 over last year’s total of $40,364. Those parking at Plymouth High School this year will pay $8, up from $5. This is...
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CountyPolice Warn of Possible Police Impersonator

August 27, 2014

The Marshall County Police Department recently received a report of a possible Police Impersonator. Officer Jeff Snyder said, “There has been only one incident reported which occurred on Saturday, August 16th, 2014, around 5:30pm on Plymouth-Goshen trail south of US30 just outside of Plymouth.” The victim reported being pulled over for erratic driving after...
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Plymouth BZA Meeting Agenda for 9/2/14

August 27, 2014

The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will meet September 2nd at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Agenda for the meeting includes the request of John Banning to reduce the required minimum lot area per residential unit from 5 acres to 2.81 acres at 7162 Lilac Road. Langfeldt and Payne Incorporated...
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July Activity Report for Plymouth Police Department

August 27, 2014

The Plymouth Police Department is busy with information calls. The July Activity Report shows a total number of 900 calls for information. Officers made 329 traffic stops, handled 290 complaints, issued 281 citations, responded to 185 9-1-1 calls wrote 131 case reports and conducted 106 residential security checks. Last month city officers make 56...
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Board of Public Works Approves Property Swap

August 27, 2014
Board of Public Works Approves Property Swap

Jud Rouch, representing the Rouch Living Trust appeared before the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening to seek approval of a property exchange request. In January of 2013 Rouch purchased the property at 109 Baker Street, a vacant lot that originally had a home that was burned out on it. Rouch...
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