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2 Arrested for Driving Without Being Issued a License

September 8, 2014
2 Arrested for Driving Without Being Issued a License

09/09/14 On Saturday, September 6th at 10:16 P.M Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper conducted a traffic stop at North Michigan Street and Washington on 30 year old Carlos Reyes of Goshen. Mr. Reyes was found to be driving a vehicle without ever having received a license. He was taken into custody and transported to...
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Friday Arrests by City Police Officers

September 8, 2014
Friday Arrests by City Police Officers

 On Friday, September 5th at 10:27 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop on 20 year old Harley Howell of Plymouth for false plates on his vehicle at Michigan Street and Hoham. During the traffic stop Officer Weir ran Mr. Howell’s information through BMV and found that he was driving while...
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Chili or Ham & Beans for DI in Bourbon

September 8, 2014
Chili or Ham & Beans for DI in Bourbon

The weather projected for this Friday night is definitely that of fall. If you are a Triton Trojan fan and will be attending the football game, the local Destination Imagination Teams will be hosting a Chili and Ham and Bean dinner. The dinner will be served at the Bourbon Park Pavilion from 5 p.m....
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Hartz Arrested for Battery & Criminal Confinement, McCormick Arrested for Marijuana

September 8, 2014
Hartz Arrested for Battery & Criminal Confinement, McCormick Arrested for Marijuana

On Saturday, September 6th at 9:37 P.M. Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 2000 Westgate Apartment 702 D in reference to a domestic disturbance. Officer Shanna Gilmer arrived on the scene and located and arrested 22 year old Damion Hartz who resides at the residence. He was arrested for domestic battery, criminal confinement and...
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County Council Conducts Non-Binding Budget Reviews of Township Budgets

September 8, 2014
County Council Conducts Non-Binding Budget Reviews of Township Budgets

Monday morning members of the Marshall County Council conducted non-binding reviews of the budgets for the townships within the county, libraries and town boards. As part of that review they also looked at the budgets of the various schools in the county although they only approve the budget for Argos because it is the...
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Final Brown Bag Lunch for Season this Friday

September 8, 2014
Final Brown Bag Lunch for Season this Friday

Birgit Biehl, owner of Simply Birgit, will present “The History of Soap Making” at the final Brown Bag Lunch event of the season on Friday, September 12th from 12 noon until 1. Bring your sack lunch to the Marshall County Museum at 123 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth and enjoy the history of...
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Marshall County 4-H Offers Fish Fry Fundraiser September 13th in Argos

September 8, 2014
Marshall County 4-H Offers Fish Fry Fundraiser September 13th in Argos

As tradition would have it, fall offers us plenty of tractors in the fields harvesting, football games to watch, and organizations to support. One 4-H Organization in Marshall County has an opportunity for you to support them and feed your family! The Marshall County 4-H Council will have their Annual 4-H Fish and Chicken...
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Digital Disaster Prep: Are You Ready?

September 8, 2014
Digital Disaster Prep: Are You Ready?

Smartphones offer a world of knowledge and information at your fingertips. Keeping your phone at hand is second nature, so why not take the time to turn it into a life-saving device in times of emergencies? Disaster preparedness begins with knowing your risks, making a communications plan and having an emergency supply kit with...
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Three duck hunters cited for taking waterfowl out of season (Noble County)

September 8, 2014
Three duck hunters cited for taking waterfowl out of season (Noble County)

Indiana Conservation Officers cited three Indiana men for the illegal taking of wood ducks during closed season on Saturday, September 6, 2014 on Knepper Marsh located on the Tri County Fish and Wildlife Area. Ryan Stork, 25, of Goshen, Russell Brown II, 27 of South Bend, and Taylor Vervidh, 24, of Elkhart were each...
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Biddle Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

September 7, 2014
Biddle Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

Brock Biddle, 28, of Plymouth, was sentenced Thursday (September 4, 2014) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine near Webster School in Plymouth. In open court, Biddle admitted that on February 4, 2014, he had been manufacturing methamphetamine at his home on Loon Court. Judge Robert O. Bowen...
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