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Lapez Arrested for Operating Without a License

October 5, 2016
Lapez Arrested for Operating Without a License

A Plymouth man was arrested Tuesday evening after being stopped by a Plymouth Police Officer.   Officer Matt Emenhiser conducted a traffic stop just after 7 p.m. in the 600 block of North Michigan Street. During the investigation it was found that 30 year old Juan Jose Tajada Lopes was Operating Without a License....
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School Board Ratifies Master Contract with Plymouth Education Assoc.

October 5, 2016
School Board Ratifies Master Contract with Plymouth Education Assoc.

The Plymouth School Board ratified the Master Contract with the Plymouth Education Association (PEA) during a regular monthly meeting on October 4. The contract presented included changes for the contract that has been in place for the school years of 2015-2016 and 2016-2017. Under the Compensation Model, language was added to clarify what actions...
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Tidbits from Triton

October 5, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Five members of the Heckaman family (spanning four generations) attended the Grandperson’s Day program at Triton Elementary School on Friday, September 30th. Pictured are: Brady Heckaman (1st grade at TES) Jaydon Heckaman (4th grade at TES) Marty Heckaman (Adam’s dad) Leroy Heckaman (Adam’s grandpa) also known as Pealy and Adam Heckaman, 6th grade teacher...
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Bicentennial Torch throughout Marshall County

October 5, 2016
Bicentennial Torch throughout Marshall County

The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay began in Corydon, the state’s first capital on September 9 and will travel the 3,200 mile journey across the state hitting each of Indiana’s 92 counties. Stop number 66 was Marshall County and the torch rolled into the northeast side of the county on U.S. 6 about 3 Tuesday...
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Sickmiller Resigns From Plymouth School Board

October 5, 2016
Sickmiller Resigns From Plymouth School Board

The Plymouth School Board reluctantly accepted the resignation from the Board from Jenny Sickmiller. Sickmiller was appointed to the Board in April, 2014 to replace Gary Cook. Cook stepped down to accept a position in security with the school system Sickmiller is moving out of District 3 and can no longer hold her current...
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Commissioners Hear Request for Basketball Court on Cul-De-Sac

October 4, 2016
Commissioners Hear Request for Basketball Court on Cul-De-Sac

The request to the county commissioners to place a small basketball court in the center of a cul-de-sac on Ivory Court was tabled for further review. On Monday Jack Bell approached the commissioners with the idea of creating a 25 by 30 court on the grassy cul-de-sac.  Bell said he and his neighbor would...
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Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Replat for Pretzels Inc.

October 4, 2016
Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Replat for Pretzels Inc.

Pretzels Inc. was granted a replat of lot 10 at 2910 Commerce Street during Tuesday night’s Plymouth Plan Commission meeting. In negotiations on the sale of the property the purchase agreement required Pretzels Inc. to replat the drainage easement into the property parcel for the facility. Jerry Chavez, Director of the Marshall County Economic...
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Community Invited to Fire Training Tower Dedication and Tours this Saturday

October 4, 2016
Community Invited to Fire Training Tower Dedication and Tours this Saturday

The Plymouth Fire Department will kick off Fire Prevention Week with the dedication of the new Training Tower at 1400 Pioneer Drive this Saturday. The community is invited to come and tour the facility and see firefighters run training drills.  The Safe House will be there for kids to go through and there will...
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Change Orders Approved for Tennis Court Project

October 4, 2016
Change Orders Approved for Tennis Court Project

The new tennis court project in Centennial Park is nearing completion. This week Park Superintendent Mike Hite told Plymouth Park Board members the contractor is hoping to get the painting started.  The project needs 3 days and nights of clear weather with temperatures above 50 degrees. Two change orders were presented for the tennis...
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Community Crossing Grant Money Put to Work on County Road Projects

October 4, 2016
Community Crossing Grant Money Put to Work on County Road Projects

Monday the Marshall County Commissioners were updated on the various road projects being completed in the county with the Community Crossings grant. County Highway Supervisor Jason Peters said Plymouth Goshen Trail from US 6 north to the county line is complete along with 7th Road from the new US 31 to King Road.  The...
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