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Sky Diving Company Released from Lease at Airport

August 12, 2015
Sky Diving Company Released from Lease at Airport

            Airplanes are once again taking off and landing at the Plymouth Municipal Airport, but skydivers are absent.  Troy Church, owner of Plymouth Skysports appeared before the Plymouth Aviation Board Tuesday night to ask that he be released from his lease at the airport.  Church moved his skydiving operation to Michigan City during the...
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Election Board Sets Dates and Times for Absentee Voting

August 12, 2015
Election Board Sets Dates and Times for Absentee Voting

The Marshall County Election Board passed a resolution Tuesday establishing voting dates and hours for absentee voting for the municipal elections on November 3rd. The election board anticipated approximately 250 applications to vote absentee in the Clerk’s Officer in the Court House. Absentee voters of the City of Plymouth, Town of Culver and Town...
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Walorski G.R.O.W. Tour Kicks Off Today

August 12, 2015
Walorski G.R.O.W. Tour Kicks Off Today

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) kicks off her Get Regulation Out of The Way (GROW) tour today.   She will travel throughout the Second Congressional District to hear how federal regulations have impacted farmers, business owners, and manufacturers. According to the American Action Forum, the Obama administration has issued over 500 major federal regulations costing taxpayers,...
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Council Approves 2016 Salary Ord. and Creates Tennis Court Fund

August 11, 2015
Council Approves 2016 Salary Ord. and Creates Tennis Court Fund

The Plymouth Common Council approved the 2016 Salary ordinance on 2nd and 3rd reading during their meeting Monday evening.  Mayor Senter noted that the Airport Manager’s Salary was increased by $5,000 to begin to bring the position into line with the other department head salaries. The Council approved a resolution to transfer funds from...
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George Cook Named 2015 Globe Award Winner

August 11, 2015
George Cook Named 2015 Globe Award Winner

George Cook was named as the Globe Award Winner for 2015.  This award is given to a firefighter from District 5 in the State which represents several Counties for their contributions to the Fire Service.   Cook started in 1972 as a volunteer firefighter. In 1983 became full time Firefighter for Plymouth Fire Department.  In...
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2015 Blueberry Festival Collector Basket Now Available

August 11, 2015
2015 Blueberry Festival Collector Basket Now Available

The 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival over Labor Day Weekend unveiled the 11th collector basket on WTCA Tuesday morning. Sherrie Martin, Festival Coordinator said, “The basket this year is by a different company because the company we have been with for 10 years, unfortunately closed their doors.”   The new company the festival selected,...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for OWI

August 11, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested for OWI

Monday evening about 6:45 Plymouth Officer Stuart Krynock was dispatched to and accident at 1900 North Michigan Street.  During the investigation it was discovered that one of the drivers involved, 50 year old William P. Brown of West Lincoln Highway was intoxicated and under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Brown was transported to the...
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Hometown Hero’s Summer Picnic

August 11, 2015
Hometown Hero’s Summer Picnic

The Marshall County Disabled American Veterans and Disabled American Veteran Auxiliary will host a Hometown Hero’s Summer Picnic this Saturday, August 15th. The event will be held in the Lion’s Pavilion in Centennial Park in Plymouth beginning at noon. All veterans and their families are welcome to attend.  Bring your family, relax, eat, play...
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Victim Texts 911 for Help

August 11, 2015
Victim Texts 911 for Help

On Monday, August 10, at about 7:15 in the evening, Marshall County Central Dispatch received a 9-1-1 text message from a female subject in the LaPaz area.  The female subject stated that her boyfriend had battered her.  She advised that he was still there with her and that she feared he would do worse....
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9 year old Killed in Bremen Crash was Wearing Seat-belt

August 11, 2015
9 year old Killed in Bremen Crash was Wearing Seat-belt

Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said early Wednesday afternoon, that despite some social media reports, 9 year old Emiliano Ramirez-Zuniga was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.   The boy was not ejected nor thrown about the vehicle when it was struck at the middle of the right passenger compartment by...
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