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City Council Passes 2015 at $11.6 million

September 24, 2014
City Council Passes 2015  at $11.6 million

The Plymouth Common Council approved the 2015 budget in 2nd and 3rd readings during their meeting Monday evening. The 2015 city budget was approved at $11,617,201.00 a 2.79 percent increase from this year’s budget. The budget is broken into three funds; the general fund of $7,409,437 and includes the clerk treasurer, mayor and council,...
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Police Chief Opens Quotes for Building Improvements

September 24, 2014
Police Chief Opens Quotes for Building Improvements

Interior and exterior improvements are planned for the Plymouth Police Department and Monday evening during the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting quotes were opened for the renovations. Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi and Police Chief Dave Bacon opened the three quotes received for the project. Versatile Painting and Drywall from Culver was...
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Solorio Arrested for OWI

September 24, 2014
Solorio Arrested for OWI

Saturday morning at 12:02 Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch stopped a vehicle in the 1500 block of North Michigan Street. That traffic stop resulted in the arrest of 40 year old Joaquin Solorio of Plymouth. Solorio was arrested for operating while intoxicated. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $1,505 cash...
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Trick-or-Treat Hours Announced for Plymouth

September 24, 2014
Trick-or-Treat Hours Announced for Plymouth

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce announces downtown Trick-or-Treat and costume parade. The merchant’s Halloween Costume Parade and Trick-or-Treat will be held on Saturday, October 25th from 1 to 3 p.m. in downtown Plymouth. There will be plenty of spooky fun for all with more details to be announced as Halloween gets closer. On Monday...
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Ounce of Prevention Soccer

September 24, 2014
Ounce of Prevention Soccer

On Thursday, September 25th the Plymouth High School girl’s soccer team goes pink for Ounce of Prevention. The soccer match with Wawasee begins at 5 p.m. at Kendt Field. This event is to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. Come support the PHS girl’s soccer team and Ounce of Prevention and wear...
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Ancilla College Named to National Military Friendly® Schools List

September 24, 2014
Ancilla College Named to National  Military Friendly® Schools List

Ancilla College announced today that it has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, a leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian world s. “We are very, very happy to have been named as a military-friendly school for the third year in a row,” said Ancilla’s Executive Director of Admissions...
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No Crinimal Charges for Tony Stewart in Kevin Ward Jr Death

September 24, 2014
No Crinimal Charges for Tony Stewart in Kevin Ward Jr Death

The grand jury in upstate New York decided Wednesday that Tony Stewart will not face criminal charges in the racing death of Kevin Ward Jr.’s. Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo took the case to the grand jury on Monday and after deliverating for the better part of two days found no case for...
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Plymouth Schools to Add 3-Hour Delay to Repertoire

September 24, 2014
Plymouth Schools to Add 3-Hour Delay to Repertoire

Tuesday morning members of the Marshall County Safety Commission gathered in the conference room of the Plymouth Community School Corporation Administration building. Area school superintendents joined with representatives of the Indiana State Police, Marshall County Police, Plymouth Police, Marshall County Emergency Management, INDOT, County Highway and probation department. Plymouth School Superintendent Dan Tyree announced...
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Issue Located Under Bridge Apron on Jefferson Street

September 24, 2014
Issue Located Under Bridge Apron on Jefferson Street

The barricades on the west bound lane of East Jefferson Street on the bridge over the Yellow River are not for the Metronet Conduit Instillation Project but for a major issue recently realized. County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer said, “This was found when they were preparing to install the conduit for the Metronet project.” On...
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Project Update

September 23, 2014
City Board of Public Works & Safety Project Update

During Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting Councilman Shawn Grobe said the Superintendent of Schools has decided against a 2 hour parking restriction on Gibson Street at the Lincoln Junior High School. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson gave several project updates. The Beerenbrook and Jefferson Street Storm Sewer Project has approximately 1,700 feet...
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