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Walkerton Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Suspects

September 7, 2016
Walkerton Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Suspects

The Walkerton Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two people suspected of thefts.  The pair is suspected of being involved in multiple thefts from several local businesses in the Walkerton area. Walkerton Police report the suspects are taking anything from potted plants to lawn chairs and tables and scrape metal....
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Come Plow With Us, INDOT Is Seeking Snow Plow Drivers

September 7, 2016
Come Plow With Us, INDOT Is Seeking Snow Plow Drivers

The Indiana Department Of Transportation (INDOT) is seeking Seasonal Winter Program Workers to perform general highway maintenance duties during the winter season, November to March. Seasonal Winter Program Workers perform snow and ice removal operations and earn $15 per hour. Seasonal Winter Program Workers who serve exclusively as “on call” snowplow drivers earn $20...
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Police Locate Sneed Hiding in Crawlspace

September 7, 2016
Police Locate Sneed Hiding in Crawlspace

A traffic stop by Plymouth Police Officer Ryan Richey early Wednesday morning ended with the driver fleeing from the officer, abandoning his vehicle and fleeing on foot.   About 1:15 Wednesday morning Officer Ryan Richey stopped a vehicle near Monroe and Michigan Streets for a traffic infraction. During the traffic stop, it was determined...
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Food Processor Expanding Again in Northern Indiana

September 7, 2016
Food Processor Expanding Again in Northern Indiana

Monogram Foods, a manufacturer and marketer of food products, announced plans today to grow production in Elkhart County, creating up to 74 new jobs by 2017. “As a national company with locations across the country, Monogram Foods had choices on where to locate these new jobs, and after considering its options this company keeps...
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Plymouth School Board Acts on No Text Police for Bus Drivers

September 7, 2016
Plymouth School Board Acts on No Text Police for Bus Drivers

The Plymouth School Board is taking an additional step to help ensure the safety of students while riding on school busses. At the September 6 meeting of the Board, they heard a newly proposed policy listed as Bus Drivers and Cellular Telephone Use. Both federal and state laws prohibit texting, emailing, and using telecommunication...
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LJH Mass Media Class Presents at School Board Meeting

September 7, 2016
LJH Mass Media Class Presents at School Board Meeting

Eight students from Lincoln Junior High shared some of things they are learning in their mass media class as they presented to the Plymouth School Board on Tuesday evening. Under the direction of teacher Paula Neidlinger, both seventh and eighth grade students learn reporting, creating, and producing as they put together daily announcements and...
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Falloween Festival Grand Parade Looking for Entries

September 7, 2016
Falloween Festival Grand Parade Looking for Entries

There is nothing quite like a parade and on Friday evening, September 23rd, the town of Walkerton will play host to the Falloween Festival Grand Parade!   Several units participate in this parade every year to kick off the Falloween Festival weekend.  School and community clubs join the many bands, floats, classic cars, motorcycles, antique...
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Park Board Updated on Projects

September 7, 2016
Park Board Updated on Projects

  Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite updated park board members on various projects during their meeting this week.   The tennis court project is moving along. The foundations for the lightening are started and the project appears to be on schedule. The Hoosier Old Wheels Shelter has a brand-new metal roof. Hite said they...
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Blueberry Festival and Parade Winners

September 6, 2016
Blueberry Festival and Parade Winners

The 50th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival in Plymouth over the Labor Day holiday weekend was better than expected. With nearly ideal weather all four days, festival committee members say they had record crowds each of the four days.   Festival goers were able to enjoy free entertainment on three stages and wander the grounds...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested on Multiple Charges

September 6, 2016
Plymouth Woman Arrested on Multiple Charges

On Sunday, September 4, at approximately 3:15 in the morning an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on Lincoln Highway near McQueen Place.   During the investigation it was determined that the driver, 37 year old Catherine Capron of Plymouth was impaired and in possession of marijuana. She was lodged...
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