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ISP Arrest 3 Following raffic Stops

November 12, 2012
ISP Arrest 3 Following raffic Stops

11/13/12 On Sunday, November 11th at 12:13 PM Trooper Jason Faulstich with the Indiana State Police was out patrolling on Michigan Road when he observed two vehicles all over the roadway.   Both vehicles were observed crossing into the other lanes of traffic into oncoming traffic.  Trooper Faulstich was able to get both vehicles stopped...
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2nd Friday Chilli Winners Announced

November 12, 2012
2nd Friday Chilli Winners Announced

  11/13/12November’s Second Friday event sponsored by the Public Relations and Tourism Committee of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce had a very successful fundraiser for the Neighborhood Center Friday Night.   The Chili Cook Off raised $400 for the Christmas Basket Promotion for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center. Participants went to nine different chili stations...
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Two injured in separate off-road vehicle accidents in Fulton County

November 12, 2012
Two injured in separate off-road vehicle accidents in Fulton County

  11/13/12  Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating two separate off-road vehicle accidents that occurred in Fulton County over the weekend. Laurie Bowyer was involved in a single vehicle roll-over accident near Akron on Saturday evening. She was air lifted to Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne with serious injuries. Indiana Conservation Officers report alcohol consumption...
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Hours Announced for Tyler Visual Arts Exhibit at Culver Academies’ Crisp Center through March 2013

November 12, 2012
Hours Announced for Tyler Visual Arts Exhibit at Culver Academies’ Crisp Center through March 2013

 11/13/12 The Herbert F. Tyler Bequest – the most generous gift of visual art in the history of Culver Academies – is now on exhibit in the Crisp Visual Art Center on the campus of Culver Academies and will remain through March 2013. The collection is composed of more than 190 pieces of artwork...
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Public encouraged to donate blood around Thanksgiving

November 12, 2012
Public encouraged to donate blood around Thanksgiving

  11/13/12 Some say Thanksgiving should be more than just a single day. When you donate blood through the American Red Cross, you can give thanks for a lifetime. “As you reflect on what you are grateful for this holiday season, set aside time to come donate blood,” said Tracy Duncan Fox, spokesperson for...
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Jana’s Gymnastics Wins Gold at Veteran’s Invitational

November 12, 2012
Jana’s Gymnastics Wins Gold at Veteran’s Invitational

  11/13/12  Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Valparaiso Veteran’s Invitational Gymnastics Meet on Sunday.  Jana’s Silver, Gold and Platinum teams combined to win first place edging out 7 other teams. Pictured are: Sydni Weir, Megan Kersey, Klara Guseilla, Camryn Haskins, Kennedy Lauck, Sara Hunter, Kyla Heckaman, Lauren DeMont, Katie Lauck, Dorothy Karris and Kennedy...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Child Molesting

November 9, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Child Molesting

11/12/12  On Thursday, October 18th the Plymouth Police Department received a report from the Department of Child Services regarding a 15 year old female that had a 14 month old child. The 15 year old was located and it was determined that she had become pregnant when she was 13 years old.   After further...
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Warsaw Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

November 9, 2012
Warsaw Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

  11/12/12  On Thursday, November 8th at 11:43 AM, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop at 12B and US 30 on a vehicle for  an expired plate. Upon making contact with the driver, 29 year old Jeffery M. Lawton of Warsaw it was discovered that he was operating a vehicle while...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

November 9, 2012
City Meetings Monday Evening

  11/12/12 Plymouth City Council members will meet Monday night for their regular meetings. At 6:00 The Board of Public Works and Safety will meet. Their agenda includes opening quotes for street crack sealing and reports from department heads.  Also on the agenda is the city engineer with communication infrastructure installation for the Bowen...
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Veteran’s Day Service at PHS

November 9, 2012
Veteran’s Day Service at PHS

  11/12/12 About 1200 students and only a handful of citizens attended the Veteran’s Day Service at Plymouth High School Friday afternoon. Principal Jim Condon gave a brief history on the creation of Veteran’s Day originally known as Armistice Day. He also spoke of the sacrifices our veterans have made and said, “They deserve...
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