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Knox Woman Arrested after Traffic Stop for Multiple Charges

June 13, 2016
Knox Woman Arrested after Traffic Stop for Multiple Charges

  On Friday June 10, at approximately 11:45 in the evening Samantha Clemons of Knox was arrested by County Police following a traffic stop at US 30 and Oak Road. The traffic stop was for a moving violation. 25 year old Samantha Clemons was lodged in the county jail for Possession of a Syringe,...
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Norfolk & Southern Donates to Argos Fire Department

June 13, 2016
Norfolk & Southern Donates to Argos Fire Department

Norfolk and Southern Railroad was in Argos Monday morning. They weren’t just checking on the trains or the tracks in the area but they were there to present the Argos Fire Department with a very important grant. This grant in the amount of $1,5000 will be used to purchase a Peddle Cutter. The piece...
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Police Arrest Blount for Domestic Battery

June 13, 2016

  Plymouth Police were dispatched to 1311 West Jefferson Street Apartment 401 Saturday (6/11/16) morning about 3:15 for a domestic battery that was in progress.   Officer Paul Stamper, the investigating officer said the suspect had fled on foot just prior to the arrival of police units. He conducted an investigation with the victim...
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Full Agenda for Marshall County Council Meeting Monday

June 13, 2016
Full Agenda for Marshall County Council Meeting Monday

  Culver Town Manager, Jonathan Leist will appear before the Marshall County Council Monday morning at 9 to discuss them being a finalist in the Stellar Communities Grant program.   The Council will also consider a Tax Abatement request for both, Faulkner Fabricating and Indiana Tool and Manufacturing. The council will also consider a...
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City Meetings Monday

June 12, 2016
City Meetings Monday

  The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings tonight beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council meeting at 6:30. The Board of Works is expected to ratify the award for a quote to replace the roof at the Wasterwater Department and open...
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Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-Staff Statewide for Victims of Orlando Terrorist Attack

June 12, 2016
Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-Staff Statewide for Victims of Orlando Terrorist Attack

    Indianapolis – In accordance with a presidential proclamation issued Sunday afternoon, Governor Mike Pence directs flags be flown at half-staff at state facilities statewide to honor the victims of Sunday’s terror attack in Orlando. Flags should be flown at half-staff beginning immediately until sunset on Thursday, June 16. Governor Mike Pence also issued the following...
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Vervynckt Named Valedictorian, Rettig Selected as Salutatorian

June 12, 2016
Vervynckt Named Valedictorian, Rettig Selected as Salutatorian

  Plymouth High School is proud to announce the valedictorian and salutatorian for the Class of 2016. Lucas Vervynckt has been selected as valedictorian of Plymouth High School’s Class of 2016. Lucas Vervynckt, son of James & Laura Vervynckt, exudes quiet confidence as a leader in the senior class. He is driven and determined...
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Park Board Approves Requests

June 12, 2016
Park Board Approves Requests

  During this month’s Plymouth Park Board meeting, members approved the requests of Marshall Starke Development Center, Pathfinders and Shady Rest to use the facilities at Price’s Pond. Jenny Sickmiller from the park office said each group would visit once or twice a week and bring between 2 and 14 clients. Each organization will...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Contract with “The Crossing”

June 11, 2016
Plymouth School Board Approves Contract with “The Crossing”

  The Plymouth School Board approved a two-year contract with “The Crossing” during the June 7 meeting of the Board. The Crossing is an alternative education program that extends services to students who have already dropped out of school or are at risk of becoming a dropout. The program was developed to reach students...
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Walorski Votes to Prevent Higher Energy Prices for Hoosier Families and Businesses

June 10, 2016
Walorski Votes to Prevent Higher Energy Prices for Hoosier Families and Businesses

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Friday voted to oppose higher taxes on energy that would raise costs for Hoosier families and businesses. The House passed H.Con.Res. 89, expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would harm the U.S. economy, and H.Con.Res. 112, expressing opposition to the president’s proposed $10 tax on...
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