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Olympic Fever Spreads thru Marshall County

August 2, 2012
Olympic Fever Spreads thru Marshall County

08/03/12 Citizens in Marshall County appear to be coming down with a rare fever. It appears there is an outbreak of Olympic Fever.   This highly contagious fever has some easily recognizable symptoms including the desire to wear red, white and blue, the need to watch hours of the 2012 London Olympics on TV...
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Small Gas Leak in Downtown Alley

August 2, 2012
Small Gas Leak in Downtown Alley

  08/03/12 Thursday afternoon about 2:20 emergency responders were dispatched to the alley behind the Encore Consignment Shop for a suspected gas leak.   Plymouth Police were the first to arrive immediately followed by the Plymouth Fire Department.  What they found was a small gas leak but not your typical leak.  Apparently someone backed...
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Plymouth Pride in Plymouth Beautification Award

August 2, 2012
Plymouth Pride in Plymouth Beautification Award

  08/03/12 The Planting Pride in Plymouth beautification committee is pleased to announce the first week’s winners of the Home of Week and Business of the week award.  The home of Mr.  & Mrs. Jim Vinall was chosen as the first weeks Home of the Week and Christo’s Family Dining the first week’s winner...
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Wendt Arrested for Illegal Consumption

August 2, 2012
Wendt Arrested for Illegal Consumption

  08/03/12  On Tuesday, July 31st around 3:35pm, Officer Ryan Richey witnessed three male subjects running east through the yards in the 1500 block of Jefferson Street.  After Officer Richey was able to meet up with one of the male subjects it was found that Zachary P. Wendt 19, of Plymouth was intoxicated.  Wendt...
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No Injuries in Bremen Roll-Over Accident

August 2, 2012
No Injuries in Bremen Roll-Over Accident

  08/03/12  On Monday, July 30th at approximately 9:23om, Marshall County Police Officers responded to a one vehicle accident at 1st and Gilbert Roads.   Driver, Molly C. Ryan 19, of  Bremen was traveling west bound on 1st Road approaching Gilbert Road when she lost control of her 2001 Ford Ranger.   The truck rolled into...
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Former City & County Plan Director Now Associate Attorney for Ft. Wayne

August 2, 2012
Former City & County Plan Director Now Associate Attorney for Ft. Wayne

  08/03/12 Former Marshall County and Plymouth Plan Director, Troy Kiefer, is still enjoying the same type of work-only on a larger scale. In April of 2010, Kiefer moved to Ft. Wayne to take a position as an associate attorney for the city.   He works in the Neighborhood Code Enforcement Housing/Zoning Division.  ...
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WALORSKI, PENCE CELEBRATE OPENING OF MISHAWAKA VICTORY CENTER

August 2, 2012
WALORSKI, PENCE CELEBRATE OPENING OF MISHAWAKA VICTORY CENTER

  08/03/12 Republican Congressional Candidate in District 2, Jackie Walorski and Gubernatorial Candidate Mike Pence last Saturday officially cut the ribbon at the grand opening ceremony of their second Northern Indiana Victory Center in Mishawaka. “I am thrilled to open the doors to another Victory Center today with Mike,” said Walorski. “Our grassroots supporters...
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Tennessee Man Arreested for Handgun without Permit and Possession

August 2, 2012
Tennessee Man Arreested for Handgun without Permit and Possession

  08/03/12  On Wednesday, August 1st at approximately 2:15am, Patrolman Nicholas Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department performed a traffic stop on a vehicle at US 30 east near Elm Road for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop it was found that the driver, Wendell A. Cordell Jr. 51, of McDonald, Tennessee...
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Story Telling & Balloon Art at Farmers’ Market

August 2, 2012
Story Telling & Balloon Art at Farmers’ Market

  08/03/12 This Saturday, we’re celebrating ‘National Farm Market Week’, a trend that has grown steadily throughout the country (and the world!) in the last decade. The Farm Bureau will be bringing tractors and answering farming questions. Straw bales will be set up for storytelling with kids and there may even be toy tractor...
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Plymouth Shuffle Board Group Treats Miller’s Residents

August 2, 2012
Plymouth Shuffle Board Group Treats Miller’s Residents

  08/03/12 The Plymouth Shuffle Board Group which meets each Monday and Thursday morning was treated to a picnic cookout by Miller’s Senior Living Community Monday, July 23.  The group meets each Monday and Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. Miller’s Marketing Director Anna Corbett and several Miller’s residents met with the shufflers at the...
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