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Triton Elementary Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

March 20, 2014
Triton Elementary Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

Dr. Seuss’s birthday was March 2 and the kindergarten students at Triton Elementary School celebrated his birthday and Read Across America Day all week.   The grand finale was a special dress-up day with everything Seussical on Friday, March 7th.   Ms. Blakes kindergarten class showed up in style on their special dress up...
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St. Pats Day Celebration at Miller’s

March 20, 2014
St. Pats Day Celebration at Miller’s

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in grand style as the dietary department served a traditional Irish meal.  The menu consisted of corned beef and cabbage with red potatoes and carrots, Irish soda bread and green beer.   Residents and guest that wore green were given a special prize.  Mark and Liza...
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Russia sanctions White House aides, top U.S. lawmakers

March 20, 2014
Russia sanctions White House aides, top U.S. lawmakers

03/21/14 Responding to American sanctions of President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle, the Russian government announced its own list Thursday, in an indication of how the Kremlin views who holds the power in Washington. Heading up the list are three White House aides: senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer, and deputy national security advisers Ben Rhodes and...
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Statewide TEST for Severe Weather Preparedness week is today.

March 20, 2014
Statewide TEST for Severe Weather Preparedness week is today.

Just a reminder that you may hear the warning sirens activated in your community today as part of the communications test for severe weather preparedness week. The test will occur twice today once between 10:15am and 10:30am (EDT) and again between 7:30pm and 7:45pm (EDT) tonight. If you own an emergency alert radio it...
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Previous Convictions Catch Up to Co-Conspirator

March 20, 2014
Previous Convictions Catch Up to Co-Conspirator

03/20/14 Tara Chizum, 36, formerly of Lake Ave. in Plymouth was sentenced today (March 19, 2014) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine.  In open court, Chizum previously admitted her role in providing pseudoephedrine and cold packs to David Garman on September 1, 2013 for his...
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County Fire FIghters Receive Metal of Valor

March 19, 2014
County Fire FIghters Receive Metal of Valor

03/20/14 During Wednesday night’s Marshall County Fire meeting three area firefighters were recognized by the State Fire Marshall’s office.  John M. Buckman III was on hand from the Fire Academy Training System to present Metals of Valor to Jerry Roush and Paul Stearns from the Argos Fire Department and to Emery “Hap” Ferry from...
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City Police Investigate Alleged Battery at PHS Parking Lot

March 19, 2014
City Police Investigate Alleged Battery at PHS Parking Lot

03/20/14 Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Plymouth High School Monday evening about 7 p.m. for the report of a battery that had occurred in the parking lot.  During the investigation it was alleged by the juvenile victim and witness that 19 year old Ryan Matthew Wood of Holloway Drive in...
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Meth Lab Across from Elementary School Nets 15 Year Prison Sentence

March 19, 2014
Meth Lab Across from Elementary School Nets 15 Year Prison Sentence

03/20/14 Peter Devine, 35, formerly of Plymouth, pled guilty and was sentenced Wednesday in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to fifteen years imprisonment for manufacturing  methamphetamine as a Class B felony.  In open court, Devine admitted that between March and April, 2013, he manufactured methamphetamine in his leased home in the 1100 block of...
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City Code Enforcement Moves to Police Department

March 19, 2014
City Code Enforcement Moves to Police Department

03/20/14 For about ten years the job of code enforcement has been administered by the City of Plymouth Building Commissioner.  Mayor Mark Senter announced during his State of The City address on February 24th that was about to change.  Beginning this week code enforcement will be handled by the Plymouth Police Department.  Police Chief...
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Tickets Available for 3rd Annual OQC Fundraising Dinner and Auctions

March 19, 2014
Tickets Available for 3rd Annual OQC Fundraising Dinner and Auctions

The 3rd annual “Celebrate & Support Our Troops” dinner and auction fundraiser for Operation Quite Comfort will be held here in Plymouth on Thursday, April 3rd. This has been very successful in the past and this year they are planning an even more exciting event! The Celebrate & Support Our Troops fundraiser event has...
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