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Arrests by City Officer Cleveland

September 24, 2012
Arrests by City Officer Cleveland

09/25/12 On Thursday, September 20th at 9:07 PM Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department observed a truck traveling on Jefferson Street near 8th Street with no head lamps or tail lamps.  Officer Cleveland initiated a traffic stop. The driver, 26 year old Tory Moorman of Plymouth was found to be intoxicated.  He...
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Bishop Rhoades to Speak at Ancilla College

September 24, 2012
Bishop Rhoades to Speak at Ancilla College

  09/25/12 Immigration in the US is a topic that creates debate as well as confusion. The effects of immigration, changing immigration policy and the politics of immigration deserve more than a few minutes of shouting in a television debate. As part of Ancilla College’s long running Lampen Lecture series Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades...
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Sea Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Riddles Lake

September 24, 2012
Sea Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Riddles Lake

  09/25/12 Inclement weather on Saturday forced an emergency sea plane landing on Riddles Lake in southern St. Joseph County.   The pilot, Michael Monreal of Barrington (IL), and his passengers were unharmed. Monreal was en route from Wolf Lake, Illinois to James Lake near Angola, Indiana when late morning storms in the South...
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Train in Knox Hits Railroad Repair Truck on Tracks

September 24, 2012
Train in Knox Hits Railroad Repair Truck on Tracks

09/25/12  On Saturday, September 22nd at 8:15 PM ,the Stark County Dispatch Center received a call from Norfolk Southern advising of an accident on the railroad tracks on Division Road in Starke County.  Upon arrival of a Knox City Officer, dispatch was advised that a Norfolk Southern repair truck on the railroad tracks had...
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Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL

September 24, 2012
Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL

  09/25/12 September is Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL. Multiple fiber art crafters are on display around the library – check out the crewel shadow box hanging over the fireplace by B.J. Lawrance. Audrey Downey is displaying her fabulous hand – loomed rugs. Felicia Payne owns her own livestock from which she harvests...
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Center Township in Quarantine Due to Emerald Ash Borer

September 23, 2012
Center Township in Quarantine Due to Emerald Ash Borer

  09/24/12 The City’s Urban Forestry and Flower Committee met for their second meeting on Wednesday, September 19th in the council chambers of City Hall. The first order of business was to review their suggestions of the current tree ordinance the city has.  The ordinance mentions a large scale map of the city noting...
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Commissioners Offer Free Top Soil

September 23, 2012
Commissioners Offer Free Top Soil

   09/24/12 Citizens who were able to take advantage of the County Commissioner’s generosity by getting free top soil from the jail property this spring will have another opportunity. The Commissioners will offer free top soil on Saturdays in October.  The dirt is left over from the Pioneer Drive project. Instead of selling the...
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Offers on River Park Square Properties Accepted

September 23, 2012
Offers on River Park Square Properties Accepted

  09/24/12 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated on the property acquisition for River Park Square during their meeting last week. City attorney Sean Surissi said he made offers to the three property owners and they were all accepted.  The two-story commercially zoned property on LaPorte Street was accepted at $125,000 while...
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CDC Now Recommends All Baby Boomers Receive One-Time Hepatitis C Test

September 23, 2012
CDC Now Recommends All Baby Boomers Receive One-Time Hepatitis C Test

  09/24/12 All U.S. baby boomers should get a one-time test for the hepatitis C virus, according to final recommendations published this month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One in 30 baby boomers – the generation born from 1945 through 1965 – has been infected with hepatitis C, and most don’t...
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Oliver Ford Hosts Drive for Lincoln Literacy at LJH

September 21, 2012
Oliver Ford Hosts Drive for Lincoln Literacy at LJH

  09/24/12 The literacy initiative at Lincoln Junior High could get a much needed boost from the Ford Motor Company and Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth.   On Saturday, September 29, LJH will be hosting a “Drive for Lincoln Literacy” at the Plymouth High Schools parking lot. The event, Drive 4 UR School, will be...
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