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Update on Superintendent Tyree

July 9, 2015
Update on Superintendent Tyree

Plymouth Community School Superintendent Dan Tyree continues the recovery process from his June 24th kidney transplant surgery. Thursday morning the corporation posted a brief update on Dan’s progress. After spending 6 days in the hospital following the transplant Tyree was released on Tuesday, June 30th.  The next day he returned to the Indianapolis hospital after...
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City Officers Arrest 2 on Warrants

July 9, 2015
City Officers Arrest 2 on Warrants

Tuesday night just before 11 Sergeant Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.  Thirty-two year old Jason M. McFarland of Mishawaka was arrested for a active warrant through Miami County for a probation violation. McFarland was held with no bond in the Marshall County...
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Bremen PD Arrest Nappanee Man for OWI

July 9, 2015
Bremen PD Arrest Nappanee Man for OWI

On Wednesday, July 8, about 7:00 p.m. Sergeant Stouder with the Bremen Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle at Bowen Avenue and West South Street. During his investigation the operator was believed to be intoxicated. Eugene Morawski, 52 of Nappanee was incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail on a complaint of Operating...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Annual Contract with Blueberry Festival

July 9, 2015
Plymouth School Board Approves Annual Contract with Blueberry Festival

The Plymouth School Board approved an agreement with the Marshall County Blueberry Festival during their regularly meeting on July 7. The Blueberry Festival’s annual request for use of the corporation’s parking lots for September 4 to September 7 was approved. The agreement stipulates a split of the parking fees among the Blueberry Festival (30...
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Sentimental Journey Performs at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

July 9, 2015
Sentimental Journey Performs at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

While shopping at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market this Saturday, enjoy the ‘big band’ sound of Sentimental Journey starting at 9:30. The Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River Park Square at Garro and River Streets, east of Michigan. Participants are encouraged to help keep the market ‘green’ by bringing your own bags and...
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Hoosiers Can Report Damage Suffered From Summer Flooding

July 9, 2015
Hoosiers Can Report Damage Suffered From Summer Flooding

Hoosier homeowners, renters, businesses and private non-profit organizations that sustained uninsured damage caused by severe storms and flooding that started on or after June 7.  Citizens can report damage online.  https://myoracle.in.gov/hs/damage/ia-public.do?method=active&incidentId=IA20150708112230. A link to the form is also available on the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) website at in.gov/dhs. In the middle of the page...
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FOP 195 Tippy River Float Cancelled

July 9, 2015
FOP 195 Tippy River Float Cancelled

Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 President, Hurshel Hunter said, “Safety First.”  Due to circumstances beyond their control the first annual “UP THE CREEK WITHOUT A PADDLE FLOAT” has been cancelled. After postponing the June 28th event to July 12th and speaking with committee members it was decided to cancel due the continuing flood conditions of...
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Bremen PD Investigating Daytime Burglaries

July 9, 2015
Bremen PD Investigating Daytime Burglaries

  The Bremen Police Department is investigating two day time burglaries that occurred in Bremen Wednesday. On July 8, at 2:06pm Bremen Police were called to the 100 block of Pleasant Court on a report that a residence had been burglarized.  Investigators discovered that the residence’s back door was forced open and numerous items had been...
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Plan Commission Grants 1 Month Extension for 122 S. Center

July 9, 2015
Plan Commission Grants 1 Month Extension for 122 S. Center

Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Plan Commission granted Keith Gerrard, owner of 122 South Center Street a one month extension for cleaning up his property. Late last fall the Plan Commission took a stance against the property which had all types of storage outside in a C-2 commercial zoning district.  Members felt the...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Applying or Grants

July 8, 2015
Plymouth School Board Approves Applying or Grants

The Plymouth School Board met for a regularly scheduled meeting on July 7 following an executive session. Among other agenda items, the Board granted permission for the administration to apply for grants. Each year , Superintendent Daniel Tyree outlines typical grants that include Title I, Title II, and   Title III; Special Education, Non-English Speaking,...
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