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Triton Fundraiser this Saturday Lincoln Driven to Give

May 29, 2014
Triton Fundraiser this Saturday Lincoln Driven to Give

The Triton Community Schools will host a fundraising event this Saturday, May 31st with the help of Oliver Ford Lincoln.  A Lincoln Driven to Give event is scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon with participants raising $20 for each test drive in a Lincoln vehicle.  As a bonus, the first 100 people to take...
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Miller’s Mini 500

May 29, 2014
Miller’s Mini 500

Miller’s Assisted Living Community held their first annual Miller’s Mini 500 on Memorial Day May 26th.   Activity Director Cindy Flagg and the Wilson Family Volunteers worked together to turn the facility’s Main Lobby into a race track.  Randy Boos, Miller’s Maintenance Director designed a race track using lumber and plastic Matchbox tracks from the...
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May camping discount extended through June 11

May 29, 2014
May camping discount extended through June 11

Indiana State Parks & Reservoirs are extending their May weeknight camping discount for two more weeks.  Campers who book a new campsite reservation for two or more consecutive weeknights (weeknights are considered Sundays through Wednesdays) through June 11, 2014, will receive one of those nights free. The offer applies to all State Parks &...
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Drug Charges for Father and Son following Traffic Stop

May 29, 2014
Drug Charges for Father and Son following Traffic Stop

On Tuesday May 27 at approximately 11:35 P.M. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on US 31 near the intersection of US 6.  The officer believed the driver, 52 year old Marshall G. Smith Sr. of Mishawaka, was under the influence of controlled substance.  Field...
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USDA Rural Development Provides Energy Grant

May 29, 2014

USDA Rural Development has announced a Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) Grant for Bremen industry, Headsight, Inc.  The funds, will install photovoltaic solar panels to replace an estimated 26,883 KWH annually with a payback of 25 years.   Headsight, Inc., which designs header controls for combines in agricultural applications, will be acknowledged during...
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6 Wawasee Students Received Minor Injuries in School Bus Accident

May 28, 2014
6 Wawasee Students Received Minor Injuries in School Bus Accident

Indiana State Police Trooper Mike Gruett investigated a two vehicle accident at US 30 and King Road Wednesday morning.  This crash involved a school bus and a dump truck. The crash occurred when a 2012 Wawasee Freightliner school bus was transporting 47 students and 2 adults westbound on US 30.  As the bus was...
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PHS Athletic Awards Presented at Senior Awards Day

May 28, 2014
PHS Athletic Awards Presented at Senior Awards Day

Senior Awards were recently held at Plymouth High School and students getting ready to graduate were recognized for their academic, athletic, artistic and musical talents.  There were a number of athletic awards presented and Gwen Calvert and Janis Holiday presented the Athletic Booster Club Scholar Athlete scholarships to Trenton Briles and Savannah Mae. Both...
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City Police Officers make Arrests on Tuesday

May 28, 2014
City Police Officers make Arrests on Tuesday

05/29/14  On Tuesday, May 27th at 12:40 A.M. Plymouth Officer Chris Miller responded to the Country Place Apartments in reference to a battery that had occurred. Officer Miller located 18 year old Dylan D Mata of Plymouth who was found to be intoxicated.   He was taken into custody.  A statement from the victim was...
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Pregis Seeks Tax Abaement for $2.3 Million Expansion

May 28, 2014
Pregis Seeks Tax Abaement for $2.3 Million Expansion

Jerry Chavez the new Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation introduced himself to the Plymouth Common Council Tuesday evening prior to introducing a tax abatement request of Pregis Innovative Packaging. Chavez has only been on the job a few weeks but has 17 years of economic development work starting in Flagstaff,...
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Weekend Arrests by City Officers

May 28, 2014
Weekend Arrests by City Officers

05/29/14  On Saturday, May 24th at 11:26 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle that was operating with no headlights at Jefferson and Center Streets on 23 year old Bayron A. Lopez of Plymouth. During the investigation it was found that Mr. Lopez didn’t hold a valid driver’s...
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