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Oliver Ford Collecting Toys for PHS Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children

November 27, 2012
Oliver Ford Collecting Toys for PHS Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children

  11/28/12 Plymouth High School Student Council sponsors an Annual Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children as their December Community Service Project. This party has been going on for at least 29 years at PHS. The goal is to bring Christmas to children whose families are struggling.  The children who attend the celebration are from...
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Center Township Warning Sirens Installed

November 27, 2012
Center Township Warning Sirens Installed

  11/28/12 Plymouth residents in Center Township could soon have advance warnings of tornadoes heading to the area. According to Center Township Trustee Doug Kucera, tornado sirens have been placed at the Plymouth Speedway just south of town and across from the mobile home park on Hawthorne Rd in Inwood, located on the east...
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Wood Burning Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

November 27, 2012
Wood Burning Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

 11/28/12 Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has partnered with the American Lung Association and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) to provide up to $5,000 in instant rebates to northern Indiana residents who change out or retrofit their older, high-emissions wood burning boilers, stoves and fireplaces with more efficient appliances. The...
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Shop With A Cop Applications & Fundraising Underway

November 27, 2012
Shop With A Cop Applications & Fundraising Underway

  11/28/12 Thanksgiving is over and that mean the Christmas season is fast-approaching!  The holidays are supposed to be a wonderful time, especially for the children of our community.  But due to our economy and job loss, this Christmas will be a struggle for many people.  The Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 and countless members...
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Half a billion! Powerball® Jackpot Estimate Raised to $500 Million

November 27, 2012
Half a billion! Powerball® Jackpot Estimate Raised to $500 Million

  11/28/12 As of noon Tuesday, Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) officials raised Wednesday’s estimated Powerball jackpot from $425 million to $500 million due to robust sales nationwide. $500 million is the biggest Powerball jackpot ever and the second-largest lottery jackpot ever available in North America.  The cash option is an amazing $327 million. The mission...
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Shoplifter Arrested at Wal-Mart

November 27, 2012
Shoplifter Arrested at Wal-Mart

  11/28/12  On Monday, November 26th at 3:35 PM, Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a male shoplifter that had been detained for failure to pay for his merchandise.    24 year old John A. Wloch of Plymouth was taken into custody for theft and was transported to...
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USE CAUTION WHEN SHOPPING ON THE INTERNET THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

November 27, 2012
USE CAUTION WHEN SHOPPING ON THE INTERNET THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

11/28/12 With the holiday season upon us, shopping is a priority for many Americans. While shopping may seem like a simple, safe transaction, there are still many safety tips to keep in mind.   “The Internet has created a great atmosphere for increased business activity in Indiana and the country as a whole. Unfortunately...
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Leesburg man resists arrest and later attempts escape

November 27, 2012
Leesburg man resists arrest and later attempts escape

11/28/12 A Leesburg man faces numerous charges after fleeing from Indiana Conservation Officers Saturday evening.  On November 24, 2012 around 5 p.m. an Indiana Conservation Officer on patrol came across a vehicle near Durham Lake which directed his attention to a hunter coming out from the woods. The hunter identified as Charles Norris, 29,...
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City Council Approves Tax Abatement for Zentis

November 26, 2012
City Council Approves Tax Abatement for Zentis

  11/27/12 After a public hearing and a nearly 40 minute discussion members of the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved a resolution allowing for tax abatement for Zentis during their meeting Monday evening. Two weeks ago representatives were at the city meeting explaining the situation.  In 2006 Zentiz applied for a tax abatement with...
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Plymouth Police Make Arrests

November 26, 2012
Plymouth Police Make Arrests

  11/27/12 On Tuesday, November 20th at 9:26 PM Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted at traffic stop on 22 year old Carol J. Wagers of Plymouth. During the investigation of the traffic stop it was discovered that Wagers was driving while suspended with a prior charge.  She was transported to the Marshall County...
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