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Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years with Luncheon

January 1, 2015
Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years with Luncheon

Residents, staff and volunteers rang in the New Year at Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth with a lovely prime rib luncheon on December 31st.  It has become tradition at Miller’s to celebrate the New Year earlier in the day so residents are able to spend the evening with family and friends. Following another tradition...
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Heat Things Up at Triton Elementary

December 31, 2014
Heat Things Up at Triton Elementary

It may be cold outside, but it certainly is not cold in third grade at Triton Elementary School.  Students have been learning about energy by working with light and heat.  Students tested out how different materials react with light and heat by testing bottles of cold water wrapped in different materials. In these tests students wanted...
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Lego Demonstration at Miller’s Senior Living

December 31, 2014
Lego Demonstration at Miller’s Senior Living

Riverside Project Based Learning student, Makayla Wilson shared her knowledge and love of LEGO’s with the residents at Miller’s Assisted Living, Tuesday afternoon December 30th.   Wilson enjoys creating different objects with her LEGO’s and she has entered projects made with LEGO’s in 4-H. The history of the snap- together-blocks begins in 1932 when Ole...
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Officers Identified in Plymouth Shooting

December 31, 2014
Officers Identified in Plymouth Shooting

The Indiana State Police officer that was involved in the Monday night shooting in Plymouth is Trooper William B. Ennis. Trooper Ennis is stationed out of the Bremen Post in Marshall County and was appointed to the department in December of 2007. Trooper Ennis is currently on paid administrative leave with the department. The...
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Beekeeping Classes Being Offered

December 31, 2014
Beekeeping Classes Being Offered

Steve Neff, owner and operator of Freedom Hills Farm will be offering a new beekeeper class which is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, January 7th and will run through February 11th. “So many folks asked me this past summer at the Farmers’ Market how they could get started beekeeping”, Neff explained. “It became clear that people...
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Public Meeting on January 15, 2015 to Kick-Off Plymouth, Bourbon, & Marshall County’s U.S. EPA Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant

December 30, 2014
Public Meeting on January 15, 2015 to Kick-Off Plymouth, Bourbon, & Marshall County’s U.S. EPA Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant

The City of Plymouth, teamed with the Town of Bourbon and Marshall County (Plymouth  Coalition), have  been awarded a grant in the amount of $600,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s  (U.S. EPA) Brownfield Program.  The grant will provide funding to complete environmental assessments of numerous brownfield properties throughout the Coalition area. To kick-off ...
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Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Officer

December 30, 2014
Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Officer

12/31/14  At 3:25 Saturday morning Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper initiated a traffic stop on 25 year old Jennifer J. Kaser of Plymouth.  The traffic stop was on North Oak Road just south of Pidco Street. During the traffic stop it was found that Kaser was operating a vehicle while intoxicated and was also...
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Truck Hits House, No Injuries

December 30, 2014
Truck Hits House, No Injuries

Just after 8 p.m. Tuesday the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and LaPaz Fire and EMS were dispatched to 14442 First Road west of LaPaz for an original call of a vehicle into a house. Emergency responders found a pick-up truck which had been traveling west bound on First Road, slammed into the front porch...
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Mayor Senter Makes 2015 Appointments

December 30, 2014
Mayor Senter Makes 2015 Appointments

Closing 2014 was on the agenda for the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday night. Mayor Mark Senter had a number of appointments to various boards and commissions.  Laura Mann was reappointed to the Plymouth Park Board.  Current park board member Sally Greenlee, who is a democrat, resigned her position two years early due to...
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US 31 Southbound Restricted to One Lane near US 30

December 30, 2014
US 31 Southbound Restricted to One Lane near US 30

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced a road restriction on the southbound lanes of US 31 Wednesday, December 31st. US 31 between US 30 and West 9A Road, 8 miles south of LaPaz will have the driving lane blocked. Roadside cleanup crew will be at work starting at 8:00AM.  They will be removing and...
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