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Arrests by City Officers

May 6, 2014
Arrests by City Officers

  05/07/14  On Tuesday, April 29th at 8:04 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested 28 year old Melissa A. Newcomb of North Liberty after a traffic stop on Michigan Road north of 7B for 3 traffic violation.  During the course of the traffic stop it was determined that Newcomb was operating a vehicle...
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Faulstich Selected Commander of 1st Range Operations Squadron

May 6, 2014
Faulstich Selected Commander of 1st Range Operations Squadron

Lieutenant Colonel Mark J. Faulstich, a 1994 graduate of Plymouth High School was selected as Commander of the 1st Range Operations Squadron 45th Operations Group at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.  The Change of Command Ceremony was held on Friday, May 2nd and Mark’s parents, Mark C. and Joyce Faulstich from Plymouth...
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Car Stolen on Harrison Street

May 6, 2014
Car Stolen on Harrison Street

  05/06/14  The Plymouth Police Department is currently investigating the theft of a vehicle that occurred sometime between 9:30 P.M. on Sunday, May 5th and 2:00 A.M. Monday, May 5th.  The vehicle is described as a black, 4-door, 2007 Ford Fusion bearing Indiana Registration Plate 258ALL and was stolen from the 100 block of...
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Community Partnership to Reach 550 Students in One Morning

May 6, 2014
Community Partnership to Reach 550 Students in One Morning

More than 40 community volunteers will take over the fifth and sixth grade classrooms at Riverside Intermediate in Plymouth on Friday, May 9th, for a Junior Achievement packed morning of economic lessons. The volunteers will spend the morning in the classrooms mentoring students and sharing JA’s workforce readiness, financial literacy and entrepreneurship programs, which...
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Author, Adventurer Alison Levine Speaking May 14 at Culver Academies

May 6, 2014
Author, Adventurer Alison Levine Speaking May 14 at Culver Academies

CULVER, Ind. – Alison Levine has no trouble taking on tough challenges. Whether it’s across the Arctic Circle (or the Antarctic Circle, for that matter), up the slopes of Everest, or scaling the canyons of Wall Street.   And she’s done all that despite three heart surgeries a neurological disease that causes the arteries...
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Plymouth Athletic Boosters Recognize April & May Male Scholar Athletes

May 6, 2014
Plymouth Athletic Boosters Recognize April & May Male Scholar Athletes

Before the Pilgrim’s baseball game against Northwood Friday night the Plymouth Athletic Booster Club recognized the Male April and May Scholar Athletes of the Month.  Jarrod Ellis, April Scholar Athlete, is the son of Rob and Tonda Ellis and is a member of the baseball team and was a member of the football team...
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Flagg Surprised at 31st Brithday Concert

May 6, 2014
Flagg Surprised at 31st Brithday Concert

Entertainer Quentin Flagg was surprised by a special guest at his 31st Safari themed birthday bash during the weekend of April 26th – 27th.  In the middle of Flagg’s show as he sang “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” a gorilla tapped him on the shoulder.   The audience roared with laughter and applause at the surprised...
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Indiana State Officials Focus on Building Safety May 4-10

May 6, 2014
Indiana State Officials Focus on Building Safety May 4-10

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Mike Pence has declared the week of May 4-10 as Building Safety Week, and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is reminding Hoosiers how building inspections help with Hoosier safety. The Fire and Building Safety Division of IDHS is responsible for inspecting thousands of public structures a year, including...
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Primary Election Day

May 6, 2014
Primary Election Day

Today is Primary Election Day across the State of Indiana.  The polls are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.  In Marshall County citizens will have the opportunity to select a couple of Republican candidates for the November General Election.  There are two races with four vying for the District #1 County Commissioner seat...
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Construction Moving Forward on 7th Road Project

May 5, 2014
Construction Moving Forward on 7th Road Project

PLYMOUTH  - Construction on the road that will be the Plymouth interchange for the new U.S. 31 continues to move forward at full speed.   Bart Trester of USI – consultant on the project for the county – told the Marshall County Commissioners that construction is already moving forward and reported to the Commissioners...
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