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Longest Night Church Service at 1st United Methodist, Plymouth

December 19, 2015
Longest Night Church Service at 1st United Methodist, Plymouth

Christmas can be a bittersweet time of year.   Despite what the advertisements and greeting cards say, for many people the approaching holidays are not a joyous time.  As families and friends gather, the pain of those lost can be felt more sharply.  Losses of relationships, health, or jobs cloud our minds.  Ironically, for some...
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Congresswoman Walorski to hold Office Hours in Plymouth

December 19, 2015
Congresswoman Walorski to hold Office Hours in Plymouth

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminds constituents that a member of her staff will be holding office hours in Plymouth to assist constituents with casework and official business.. Walorski’s office hours will be in the Council Chambers of the Plymouth City Hall on Tuesday, December 22nd from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.  Citizens are urged to...
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Murder Charges Dropped on Lavanway

December 19, 2015
Murder Charges Dropped on Lavanway

Although Kristi Lavanway , 24, will learn her fate at her sentencing on December 23,  for Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death, an additional charge of murder has been dismissed Lavanway’s 2-year old daughter, Serenity Wilson, died on September 19 after allegedly physical punishment at the hands of Lavanway’s boyfriend, Shane Weedling. The...
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Plymouth Police Catch 3 Suspected of Residential Entry and Burglary

December 19, 2015
Plymouth Police Catch 3 Suspected of Residential Entry and Burglary

The quick thinking and action of a neighbor helped Plymouth Police solve a residential entry and burglary. On Thursday afternoon, December 17th about 2:45, Plymouth Officer John Weir took a report from a neighbor who saw three male subjects break into a house and then leave the residence. The neighbor had photographed the subjects...
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Two Injured in Domestic on Muckshaw Road

December 19, 2015
Two Injured in Domestic on Muckshaw Road

On Thursday, December 17, about 9:00 pm the Marshall County 911 Dispatch Center received a report of a domestic dispute in the 16,000 block of Muckshaw Road in Marshall County. County Officers arrived and found an injured adult female that had been assaulted and was in need of medical attention. They also discovered a juvenile male...
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PHS SEED CLUB ADOPTS TWO LOCAL FAMILIES THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

December 18, 2015
PHS SEED CLUB ADOPTS TWO LOCAL FAMILIES THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

The Plymouth High School SEED Club participated in the 3rd annual “Give Back for Christmas,” philanthropic project. SEED stands for Students Engaged in Environmental Development. The club’s sponsor and advisor, Lori McClellan teaches science at PHS and said the students went shopping for gifts and food for the families, but the fundraising work began...
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School Penny Wars Raise Money for United Way of Marshall County

December 18, 2015
School Penny Wars Raise Money for United Way of Marshall County

Pennies are rolling through the halls of Plymouth Schools. Students have been holding Penny Wars in fundraising efforts to help support the United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) 2015 Campaign. Classes compete with other classes in their school to see who can bring in the most “pennies” for United Way. The penny wars, supported...
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Major Steven Towne Retires after 30-years of Volunteer Service

December 17, 2015

Thursday evening Major Steven Town retired from the Civil Air Patrol after joining the South Bend Squadron 30-years ago in 1985. As his career in CAP advanced, Towne was awarded the Commander’s Accommodation Award in 1994 for his service in the South Bend Squadron and in 1995 became Commander of the squadron; a position...
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Application Process for Paramedic Extended

December 17, 2015
Application Process for Paramedic Extended

Quotes were opened for new carpeting in the Chapel at Oak Hill Cemetery.  Three quotes were received: $2,828.22 from Sherwin Williams, $2,198.99 from Pratt’s Floor Covering and $2,035.22 from Lowry’s Carpet Service. Mike Collins from the cemetery was granted permission to award the project to the lowest and most responsive quote after reviewing them....
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Council Approves Sheriff’s Contract and 2016 Salary Ordinance

December 17, 2015
Council Approves Sheriff’s Contract and 2016 Salary Ordinance

This week the Marshall County Council put their stamp of approval on the 2016 contract with Sheriff Matt Hassel.  Previously approved by the sheriff and commissions, Sheriff Hassel’s salary will be $83,015.40 next year. In other business the County Council approved the 2016 salary ordinance for employees, department heads and elected officials.  All full...
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