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Downtown Revitalization Discusses River Parke Square

January 5, 2012
Downtown Revitalization Discusses River Parke Square

01/06/12 Mayor Mark Senter will remain as Chairman of the Plymouth Downtown Revitalization Committee and Brent Martin will remain secretary following the re-organizational meeting Wednesday evening.   Meeting dates will continue on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 in the conference room of Plymouth School administration building. Brent Martin updated the committee on...
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City Police Urge Downtown Property Owners to Watch Out

January 5, 2012
City Police Urge Downtown Property Owners to Watch Out

01/06/12 Investigator Ted Brown with the Plymouth Police Department is urging downtown building owners and residents to be on the lookout. In the past couple of months the Plymouth Police Department has received calls in reference to unknown subjects being on the roof tops of downtown Plymouth.  On at least one occasion vandalism was...
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Knop Arrested for Illegal Drug Lab

January 5, 2012
Knop Arrested for Illegal Drug Lab

01/06/12 Officer Tim Taberski with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 20 year old Hilary C. Knop of Walkerton Wednesday evening after a K-9 Interdiction.  Officer Taberski located Hilary Knop in the Kroger parking at 8:09 p.m. Wednesday.  A K-9 unit indicated the presence of narcotics.  A search of the vehicle located precursors for the...
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Suspected Burglar Sent to Hospital by Homeowner & Family

January 5, 2012
Suspected Burglar Sent to Hospital by Homeowner & Family

01/06/12 A suspected burglar had to be taken to the hospital after the homeowner and family members got into a physical altercation. About 3:30 Tuesday afternoon the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call of a theft in progress in the 14,000 block of 14th Road near Culver.  The unnamed victim blocked the suspect’s...
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Students at Tippy Valley Learn First-Hand about Wind Turbines

January 5, 2012
Students at Tippy Valley Learn First-Hand about Wind Turbines

01/06/12 The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation made Indiana history in November of last year after being the first school in the state to install a wind turbine. Superintendent Brett Boggs said, “Since September three years ago, we had spent a lot of time studying it.” On November 15, 2011, the blades began turning on...
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Help with “Little Dresses for Africa” Project

January 5, 2012
Help with “Little Dresses for Africa” Project

01/06/12 There will be a sewing night for the “Little Dresses for Africa project” which is part of the Senior Project for Argos student Brittanie Williams.  The event will be on Tuesday, January 24th, from 4-8 PM in the Argos School Library.  The community is invited to come help.  Some of the tasks include...
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Coats: President Circumvents Congress to Put Unaccountable Czar in Place

January 5, 2012
Coats: President Circumvents Congress to Put Unaccountable Czar in Place

01/06/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday issued the following statement on the President’s appointment of former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to be the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). “President Obama is defying the constitutional authority of the legislative branch to put in place an unaccountable czar who will have the...
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More Free Tax Filing Choices for Hoosiers

January 5, 2012
More Free Tax Filing Choices for Hoosiers

01/06/12 The choices are further expanding for Indiana residents now that Indiana freefile has added two more tax preparation vendors into the mix just in time for tax season.  1040Now and TaxSlayer are the newest additions to join INfreefile.These two bring the total number of professional tax service options to six. Those six are:...
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Deployment Ceremony at Plymouth National Guard Armory

January 4, 2012
Deployment Ceremony at Plymouth National Guard Armory

01/05/12 Parking around the Plymouth National Guard Armory Wednesday afternoon was at a premium.  Not only were there approximately 90 soldiers preparing to leave for a 1 year tour to Afghanistan, but many family members, local citizens and dignitaries were there.   The reason, Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 joined forces with the American Legions, VFWs...
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Richard L. Dennis of Knox Killed in Crash

January 4, 2012
Richard L. Dennis of Knox Killed in Crash

01/05/11  Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released further details Wednesday afternoon pertaining to the death of 28 year old Richard ‘Ricky” Dennis III of Knox.   The single car accident occurred Tuesday night west of Plymouth. Dennis was west bound on 9th Road between the railroad tracks and Quince Road when his vehicle left the...
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