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Plymouth Plan Commission, Concerns with Residential Pole Building Home

January 9, 2015
Plymouth Plan Commission, Concerns with Residential Pole Building Home

Mike Delp a member of the Plymouth Plan Commission discussed some concerns he has with a new home being built on Baker Street during their meeting Tuesday night. A pole barn type home is being built on a residential lot that has set vacant for a number of years, following an arson fire. Julian...
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December Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

January 9, 2015
December Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released his December Jail Activity Report this week and listed the top ten offences for bookings into the jail. Starting at 10 and working your way up you will find Public Intoxication at the bottom of the list with Marijuana and then Driving While Suspended.  Domestic Battery is 7th...
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Snyder Arrested for Theft

January 8, 2015
Snyder Arrested for Theft

Wednesday evening just before 8 Plymouth Police Officer Shannon Gilmer was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a suspected shoplifter. 20 year old Austin C. Snyder of Nutmeg Meadows was arrested for shoplifting.  He was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $750 cash bond and has a February 3rd court date for his initial...
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Plymouth Park Board Reorganizes

January 8, 2015
Plymouth Park Board Reorganizes

This week members of the Plymouth Park Board welcomed newest member, Robert Listenberger.  Listenberger replaces Sally Greenlee who resigned due to medical issues. The next order of business was election of officers for the new year.  Dave Morrow will remain at President and Mike Kershner will continue at Vice-President.  Laura Mann was elected Secretary....
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Commissioners Appoint Engle to ABC

January 8, 2015
Commissioners Appoint Engle to ABC

This week the County Commissioner appointed Betty Engle to serve as their appointment to the local Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Former member Kate May resigned during the September meeting due to health issues.  Commissioner Overmyer said May passed away last month. Engle was selected to fill the position for the final months of 2014 and...
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SJRMC Mobile Medical Unit to Offer Mammograms January 14th

January 8, 2015
SJRMC Mobile Medical Unit to Offer Mammograms  January 14th

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center is making it more convenient than ever to get a mammogram. On Wednesday, January 14th, the Mobile Medical Unit will be in front of the Community Resource Center located at 510 West Adams Street in Plymouth, offering mammograms from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to local women. If you do...
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BMV Announces Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Hour

January 8, 2015
BMV Announces Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Hour

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced today that all BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, January 17 through Monday, January 19 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.   All branches resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, January 20.
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Plymouth Speedway to Honor Champions

January 8, 2015
Plymouth Speedway to Honor Champions

It’s a time to celebrate the accomplishments of dirt track drivers at Plymouth Speedway and to recognize the efforts made to improve racing at the track. The 2014 Night of Champions Banquet is set for Saturday, January 24 at 7 p.m. at Swan Lake Resort, 5203 Plymouth LaPorte Trail in Plymouth.  The doors will...
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ISP Warn of Being in a Stranded Vehicle in Extreme Winter Weather

January 8, 2015
ISP Warn of Being in a Stranded Vehicle in Extreme Winter Weather

With the frigid cold temperatures and high winds we’re experiencing, a disabled or stranded vehicle could make for a life or death situation for the driver and passengers. Following the few tips listed below could save your life: • Let someone know your route of travel. • Always keep your gas tank full when...
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Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect

January 8, 2015
Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 4 p.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. on Friday.  The Wind Chill Warning has expired. Marshall County will experience hazardous weather conditions including wind chills which will generally range between 5 below and 20 below through Saturday morning Snow will develop late Thursday afternoon or early evening...
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