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School Board Approves Contracts

July 12, 2016
School Board Approves Contracts

  The Plymouth School Board approved a new contract between the Plymouth Schools and Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center for schools nurse services. Under the agreement , SJRMC will provide the school corporation with seven registered nurses and two health aides. The cost will be a total of $358,490.51 for services from August 1,...
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Culver Lake Fest – July 15-17

July 12, 2016
Culver Lake Fest – July 15-17

In its 33rd year, the Culver Lake Fest is excited to celebrate the state’s Bicentennial with “Happy 200th Birthday, Indiana” as the theme of this year’s event. The three day event will be jam-packed with BIG fun. The fun begins Friday at 4 pm with food, arts & crafts, and commercial booths followed by...
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Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Replat for New Song Church Building Project

July 12, 2016
Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Replat for New Song Church Building Project

Last week members of the Plymouth Plan Commission approved a replat of the Neidlinger Park second section to allow New Song Community Church to build on the parcel.   During the June meeting of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals, New Song Church was granted a variance of special use to locate a new...
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Sharp Arrested for Domestic Battery

July 12, 2016
Sharp Arrested for Domestic Battery

A 119 call early Sunday morning resulted in the arrest of a Plymouth man.   About 12:15 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received an emergency call of a fight on Pennsylvania Avenue.   Plymouth Police Officer Wally Derifield located 46 year old Sean Sharp of 325 Pennsylvania Avenue and arrested him for Domestic Battery....
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Discover Plymouth Granted Permission to Close Michigan Street 7/30 for Tractor Show & BBQ Contest

July 12, 2016
Discover Plymouth Granted Permission to Close Michigan Street 7/30 for Tractor Show & BBQ Contest

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Discover Plymouth to close Michigan Street in the downtown area on Saturday, July 30th. Discover Plymouth will host a Tractor Show and BBQ Contest and will close North Michigan from LaPorte Street to Washington Street for the event from 7:30 in the...
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Hunsberger Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

July 12, 2016
Hunsberger Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

  Sergeant Joe Deisch assisted Marshall County Home Detention on Sunday afternoon with an inmate found to be in violation of their home detention.   28 year old Lacey Hunsberger of Bourbon was taken into custody and lodged in the Marshall County Jail and held on no bond.       Listeners and readers...
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June 2016 Plymouth Police Activity Report

July 12, 2016
June 2016 Plymouth Police Activity Report

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with the June Activity Report during their meeting Monday evening.   His department handled 634 calls for information, 469 complaints and 140 calls from 911. Plymouth Police Officers responded to 54 alarms, checked 39 vehicles, assisted other agencies 13...
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Stewart Arrested for PI

July 12, 2016
Stewart Arrested for PI

A 37 year old Plymouth man was arrested Monday evening about 6:30 for Public Intoxication.   Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch responded to a complaint of an intoxicated person in the 500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. He located Marshall M. Stewart of 501-A Pennsylvania Ave and arrested him for a PI. Stewart was held...
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City Hosts Successful Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market

July 12, 2016
City Hosts Successful Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market

Tuesday afternoon, Mary Ankrapp, Blood Donor Recruitment Specialistwith the South Bend Medical Foundation said, “We are so grateful for our partnership with the Mayor office of Plymouth.  We cannot thank them enough for providing this community service by hosting a blood drive with The Medical Foundation.”   This past Saturday the Medical Foundation was...
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City Boards Prepare for Community Crossroads Grant

July 12, 2016
City Boards Prepare for Community Crossroads Grant

The Plymouth Common Council appropriated $995,000 for the city’s required 50% match for the Community Crossroads Grant from the state during Monday evening’s meeting. $550,423 is the special distribution from the Local Option Income Tax and $444,577 will come from the city’s Rainy Day Fund. During the public hearing on the additional, Councilman Jeff...
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