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Arrests by City Police

July 7, 2012
Arrests by City Police

  07/09/12  On July 4th at 4:50pm, Officer Jason Dobbins of the Plymouth Police Department arrested Jorge Figueroa Espinoza 50, of Plymouth at the intersection of Lincoln Street and Nursery Street when it was found that Mr. Espinoza had an outstanding warrant through Marshall County for a failure to appear on a misdemeanor and...
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Drug Collection Site Available Daily at M.C. Jail, Bremen & Culver P.D.s

July 7, 2012
Drug Collection Site Available Daily at M.C. Jail, Bremen & Culver P.D.s

  07/09/12 The Marshall County Solid Waster Management has taken yet another step to collect prescription and non-prescription medications so that they can be disposed of properly. New bins for collections have been placed at the Marshall County Jail in Plymouth and at the Bremen and Culver Police Departments. Mike Good, executive director of...
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Motorcycle Riders Ride to Benefit Heminger House

July 7, 2012
Motorcycle Riders Ride to Benefit Heminger House

   07/09/12 Last weekend eighty motorcycle riders gathered at the Plymouth American Legion on Saturday to benefit The Heminger House Women and Children’s Shelter.   The riders left the American Legion and proceeded on a tour of the American Legion Clubs of Marshall County.  From Plymouth they traveled through Culver and to the Argos...
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57 Year Old Grandmother Receives GED

July 7, 2012
57 Year Old Grandmother Receives GED

  07/09/12 Patty Hatter knew her newly acquired job as a driver for Culver Academies was going to be awesome. But her dream job could have come to and end after the first week if her employers had not been understanding. Hatter said she received a call from the school saying their policies require...
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Park’s July Bus Trip to Fair Oaks Dairy

July 7, 2012
Park’s July Bus Trip to Fair Oaks Dairy

  07/09/12 The Plymouth Park Department will take its monthly park bus trip on July 23rd to family owned, Fair Oaks Dairy Farm south of Merrillville just off Highway 65 in Fair Oaks, IN. The  beauty of Fair Oaks Farms is that they’ve truly got a little something for everybody – from the great-tasting...
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Triton’s Art Club Traveled Europe this Summer

July 7, 2012
Triton’s Art Club Traveled Europe this Summer

  07/09/12 Newly hired superintendent of the Triton Community School Corporation, Donna Burroughs released information on one of the high school’s clubs summer activities. The Art Club from Triton High School traveled to Europe in June 2012 under the guidance of teacher, Diana Westphal. The students enjoyed seeing many historical sites like the Eiffel...
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DONNELLY ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF HOOSIER AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY

July 7, 2012
DONNELLY ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF HOOSIER AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY

  07/09/12 Congressman Joe Donnelly and three of his Republican colleagues in the Indiana Congressional Delegation recently sent a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack urging him to promptly consider a request for emergency haying and grazing to aid the Hoosier agricultural industry. Forty percent of Indiana faces “drought” conditions and many counties...
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Community Mourns Loss of Teens

July 5, 2012
Community Mourns Loss of Teens

  07/06/12 It was standing room only Monday evening at Plymouth Wesleyan Church, where it was estimated that well over a thousand people showed up to honor the memory of Cody Poczik and Hunter Brandt, two 16-year-olds who passed away June 28 in a tragic car accident. People filled the main sanctuary, lined the...
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Run Morgan Run benefit 5K & “Go Mo Go” t-shirts will be ready

July 5, 2012
Run Morgan Run benefit 5K & “Go Mo Go” t-shirts will be ready

  There will be a “Run Morgan Run” 5K run/walk Saturday July 14 at 8am at the Plymouth High School Parking lot  at the track entrance. Suggested donation to be part of the event is $25 with all proceeds going to offset cost of Morgan Uceny’s family’s expenses as they travel to the 2012...
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Library adult literacy program growing

July 5, 2012
Library adult literacy program growing

  07/06/12 Since October 2011, a small group of tutors and students have been working toward increasing literacy at the Plymouth Public Library. The library hosts a one-on-one tutoring program, where volunteer tutors meet with their students according to each person’s individual needs. The program is growing, said coordinator and librarian Debbie Beck, as...
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