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Redevelopment Commission Accepts Substancial Completion of River Park Square

May 22, 2014
Redevelopment Commission Accepts Substancial Completion of River Park Square

This week members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission dedicated the Pine Water Plant improvements to the City Water Department and the Pioneer Lift Station to the City Sewer Department.  These improvements were paid for with TIF funds and accepted by the Redevelopment Commission.  To make a clear transition to the city Tuesday evening they...
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Prosecutor’s Office Purchases Forensic Refrigerator of SJRMC

May 21, 2014
Prosecutor’s Office Purchases Forensic Refrigerator of SJRMC

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) in Plymouth was presented with a secure forensic refrigerator to store evidence collected during sexual assault investigations on Wednesday. The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office purchased the refrigerator to support the county’s new Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). The new equipment allows forensic evidence to be stored safely until...
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Community Invited to Open House and Blessing of New Saint Joseph Health Center on May 23

May 21, 2014
Community Invited to Open House and Blessing of New  Saint Joseph Health Center on May 23

  Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) invites the entire community to visit the new Saint Joseph Health Center (SJHC) and Health Insurance Services, Inc. location from 2-4 p.m. on Friday, May 23.   A short ceremony to bless the new building will precede guided tours and an open house. SJHC staff will be...
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Motorcycle Crash Victims Identified

May 21, 2014
Motorcycle Crash Victims Identified

05/22/14  On Tuesday evening at approximately 8:45 P.M. the Marshall County Dispatched Center received a 9-1-1 call of a motorcycle that had driven into a fence at 14499 6th Road.   As County Officer Deputy Rob Hafke arrived on the scene it was learned that the driver of the green, 2006 Kawasaki Motorcycle, 24 year...
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Don’t Mess with Power Lines Even if They’re Down

May 21, 2014
Don’t Mess with Power Lines Even if They’re Down

  High winds and fallen tree limbs are common reasons for downed power lines.  It is very important to know the safety hazards and proper precautions to take when approaching a downed power line.  Downed power lines can look relatively harmless, but don’t be fooled.  They likely carry an electric current strong enough to...
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Storm Damage in Plymouth

May 21, 2014
Storm Damage in Plymouth

Last night’s storms did some damage in Plymouth.  Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt said there were several tree branches down around the city but nothing too extensive.  Traveling around the city Wednesday morning WTCA saw a couple smaller ornamental trees that had blown over. At 2125 Western Avenue, the JAFCO Inc. building, formerly known as...
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Conservation Officers offer safe boating tips

May 21, 2014
Conservation Officers offer safe boating tips

As part of National Safe Boating week, this week (May 17-23), Indiana Conservation Officers are offering Indiana boaters useful tips for an enjoyable and safe summer on the water.  Conservation Officers, who will be patrolling Indiana waterways this summer, are encouraging boaters to become familiar with state boating laws and to follow these safety...
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Triton FIrst Graders Participate in 4-H Bug Project

May 21, 2014
Triton FIrst Graders Participate in 4-H Bug Project

Triton Elementary School’s first grade classes participated in a 4-H in the Classroom unit about bugs. The unit was presented by Angela Smith from the Marshall County Extension Office.   For the culminating activity, the students made posters about bugs.  Some of the posters will be on display at the Marshall County 4-H Fair...
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April 2014 Indiana Employment Report

May 21, 2014
April 2014 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percent to 5.7 percent in April. Last month marked the ninth in a row of unemployment rate declines in the Hoosier State. Indiana’s unemployment rate has decreased by 2.1 percent over the past year and has remained below the national rate for the past four months.   The...
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Hopkins Held on $3,000 Cash Bond

May 20, 2014
Hopkins Held on $3,000 Cash Bond

Monday afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Ray West was dispatched to the Marshall County Court House after court security called in reference to a male subject they had detained with an active warrant.  26 year old Richard J. Hopkins of Plymouth was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Marshall County Jail.  Hopkins...
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