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Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

May 31, 2012
Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  06/01/12  On Sunday, May 27th at 12:01am, Officer Stamper of the Plymouth Police Department investigated a battery complaint in the 800 block of Sycamore Street.  An investigation led to the arrest of Renan A. Hernandez 18, of Plymouth for battery resulting in bodily injury. Hernandez was transported to the Marshall County Jail where...
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GOOD GRADES EQUALS A NEW BIKE

May 31, 2012
GOOD GRADES EQUALS A NEW BIKE

   06/01/12 Kendal Ferguson of Argos Elementary School in Argos has learned that it pays to work hard in school and get good grades. Kendal won a new bicycle, compliments of Young’s TV and Appliance, as part of the Kiwanis BUGS Program.  BUGS, stands for Brining Up Grades and is a program sponsored by...
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MOTHER DAUGHTER TEAM ARREST FOR THEFT

May 31, 2012
MOTHER DAUGHTER TEAM ARREST FOR THEFT

06/01/12 Last Sunday, May 27th at 8:22pm Officer Shanna Gilmer of the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-mart on North Oak Drive for two female shoplifters.    41 year old Mitzi L. Howell and her 18 year old daughter Honesti G. Howell both of Plymouth were arrested for theft. Mitzi Howell...
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Launch of Republicans for Donnelly Announced

May 31, 2012
Launch of Republicans for Donnelly Announced

  06/01/12 Thursday, Joe Donnelly’s U.S. Senate campaign announced the start of “Republicans for Donnelly,” a group of former Senator Lugar supporters who will now support Joe based on his bipartisan, common-sense approach to public service. “I’m honored to receive the support of Hoosiers from all parties in our effort to bring together people...
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Conservation Officers Arrest 11 Drunk Boaters and Issue over 220 Tickets

May 31, 2012
Conservation Officers Arrest 11 Drunk Boaters and Issue over 220 Tickets

   06/01/12  Indiana Conservation Officers in operational district one cracked down on Memorial Day weekend on would be violators.  District One comprises the counties of Wabash, Miami, Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, St. Joseph, and Elkhart.  16 officers logged 461 hours of patrol which included patrols at state properties within the district such as Mississinewa and...
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Public Open House for Retired Girls Coach Dave Cox this Sunday!

May 31, 2012
Public Open House for Retired Girls Coach Dave Cox this Sunday!

  Former Coach Dave Cox retired from coaching after 20 seasons behind the bench of the Plymouth Girls Basketball program this season.   He was the 15th winning-est active coach in Indiana. There will be a public Open House Celebration at Plymouth High School this Sunday from 3:00pm-6:00pm in honor of Coach Cox. Coach...
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WorkOne to Hold June 4th Rapid Response Session for Displaced Stone Creek Employees

May 30, 2012
WorkOne to Hold June 4th Rapid Response Session for Displaced Stone Creek Employees

05/31/12 WorkOne will be holding two Rapid Response sessions on Monday, June 4th for displaced workers caused by the abrupt closing of Stone Creek Homes in Plymouth on May 24th.  All displaced workers should plan on attending one of the sessions from 9 to 11 or 1:30 to 3:30 at the Plymouth WorkOne Office...
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Centier Bank to Close Downtown Branch

May 30, 2012
Centier Bank to Close Downtown Branch

   05/31/12 Come December downtown Plymouth will have another empty store front.  Earlier this month Centier Bank sent letters to their customers letting them know of their decision to close the downtown branch.  Centier assures their customers that they will continue to offer full service banking at the larger branch at the corner of...
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City Board Approves Boarding Up 321 North Walnut Street

May 30, 2012
City Board Approves Boarding Up 321 North Walnut Street

   05/31/12 Tuesday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds to board up 321 North Walnut Street.     Hammonds presented photos of the duplex with broken windows and open doors.  He said three contact letters have been sent with no response back to the...
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Fallen Officers Blood Drive at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

May 30, 2012
Fallen Officers Blood Drive at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

05/31/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is please to again be hosting the Annual Blood Drive Campaign to Honor Fallen Officers.  Last year the Fallen Officers’ campaign collected over 5,000 units of blood.  In Marshall County 23 units were collected.  As each unit can be broken down by cells, platelets, and plasma, the total...
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