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Board of Works Hears from Building Commissioner

May 11, 2016
Board of Works Hears from Building Commissioner

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety heard a report on the violation at Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor from Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds. Mooney’s has had an existing violation with the conduit containing the electric to operate the new sign.  After speaking to business owner Jon Webster, Hammonds said he change...
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Civil Air Patrol Deactivated at Plymouth Airport

May 11, 2016
Civil Air Patrol Deactivated at Plymouth Airport

Plymouth Municipal Airport Manager, Dave Lattimer reported to the Aviation Board at Tuesday night’s meeting that the governing body of the Civil Air Patrol has deactivated the Plymouth wing. The action was taken because of low attendance within the group. Several projects at the airport are stalled waiting for Federal Aviation Administration approval.  These...
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Ancilla College Celebrates 49th Graduating Class

May 11, 2016
Ancilla College Celebrates 49th Graduating Class

Ancilla College graduated its 49th class in school history Saturday, May 7, at the Ancilla Domini Chapel. The college had 91 graduation candidates. “I am very proud of the graduates,” said Ancilla College President Dr. Ken Zirkle.  “I am honored to be able to send this group of students out into the world knowing...
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County Council Approves Relocation of Health Department to CRC

May 11, 2016
County Council Approves Relocation of Health Department to CRC

With overcrowding in the prosecutor’s office for a number of years, the Marshall County Commissioners made the recommendation to the County Council to relocate the Health Department. Prosecutor Nelson Chipman told council members they are using every inch available in the office and explained the need to expand their square footage by detailing the...
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30 Local Citizens Attended Mayor’s Blood Drive

May 11, 2016
30 Local Citizens Attended Mayor’s Blood Drive

Every second someone in the world needs a blood transfusion.  Mayor Mark Senter hosted a blood drive last weekend at the Farmers’ Market to fulfil the local needs of patients. The results of the Blood Drive were a total number of successful donors of 24 and 6 citizens who tried to donate but were...
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Mike Boys Book Signing Friday at Museum

May 11, 2016
Mike Boys Book Signing Friday at Museum

Mike Boys, columnist for The Plymouth Pilot News, will be selling and signing his new book, “My View From the Pilot House,” a compilation of his reader’s favorite columns over the years at newspaper.  The articles reflect his warm personal style of telling a story about the people and places in Marshall County while firmly embracing...
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World of Outlaws Headline Two Night Event at Plymouth Speedway

May 11, 2016
World of Outlaws Headline Two Night Event at Plymouth Speedway

Plymouth Speedway welcomes the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series, USAC Midgets and the local Swan Lake UMP Modifieds class this Friday in the first of two big nights of racing this weekend. Friday night’s event, the Bob Newton Classic, helps commemorate the memory of racing pioneer, Bob Newton.  It was Newton’s innovative mind that helped...
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Linderman Arrested for Domestic Battery

May 11, 2016
Linderman Arrested for Domestic Battery

Plymouth Police responded to the Super 8 Motel on Oak Road Tuesday morning about 4:30 for a reported fight in progress.  Officer Gary Cleveland arrived and observed 56 year old Darwin Linderman striking the victim in the head with his fists.  He was arrested and booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $1,505...
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Donnelly-Supported Bill Passes Senate, Would Make it Easier for Children of Fallen First Responders to Attend College

May 11, 2016
Donnelly-Supported Bill Passes Senate, Would Make it Easier for Children of Fallen First Responders to Attend College

Washington, D.C. — The Senate passed bipartisan legislation that would make it easier for children of fallen first responders to attend college. The bill, introduced by U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly, Bob Casey (D-PA), Pat Toomey (R-PA), and Susan Collins (R-ME) would increase the amount of Pell Grant money available to qualifying students who are the...
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Plymouth Board of Works & Safety Approves Requests

May 11, 2016
Plymouth Board of Works & Safety Approves Requests

The new tennis courts in Centennial Park now have the additional funding required to complete the initial phase of the project. Monday evening Clerk Treasurer Jeanine Xaver requested approval to transfer $189,000 from the Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund and $165,000 from the Cum Cap Development Fund to the Tennis Court Project Fund.  The Council...
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