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Pumpkin Carving Offered at Library

September 27, 2011
Pumpkin Carving Offered at Library

09/28/11 The Plymouth Public Library is sponsoring its annual Pumpkin Carving Program on Saturday, October 15.   Children have an opportunity to carve their very own special pumpkin for Halloween.  Mom and or dads are encouraged to come and help with the project.  The library supplies the pumpkins and the child safe carving knives.  The...
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City Council Denies Rezoning Request

September 26, 2011
City Council Denies Rezoning Request

09/27/11 Every seat in the Council Chambers was filled during the Plymouth Common Council meeting on Monday, September 26. A resolution concerning the possible rezoning of property at the comer of Kind Road and 9A Road was up for 2nd and 3rd reading. In the end, the rezoning was denied, but not before those...
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Wind Turbine Super-Load in Ditch on US 31

September 26, 2011
Wind Turbine Super-Load in Ditch on US 31

09/27/11 Marshall County Police Officer Ryan Hafke investigated a single vehicle accident on US 31 Saturday afternoon at 1:13.  The accident involved an over-sized load. Super-load semi diver, John Young from Camby, Indiana was driver a semi loaded with a tube section for a wind tower north on US 31.  He pulled his load...
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Culver to Host IHSAA Tennis Sectional, Regional, Semi-State

September 26, 2011
Culver to Host IHSAA Tennis Sectional, Regional, Semi-State

09/27/11 Culver Academies’ 15-court Gable Tennis Complex will be hosting the first three rounds of the Indiana High School Athletic Association boys tennis state tournament. The tournament begins with the sectional on Wednesday and Thursday. The teams competing will be Culver Military Academy, Rochester, Knox, and North Judson. The first round will begin at...
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2 Arrested for Stealing County Highway Property

September 26, 2011
2 Arrested for Stealing County Highway Property

09/27/11   Two men were arrested last week after someone reported they were stealing County Highway property. On Thursday September 22nd at approximately 4:42 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call indicating that someone in a green mini-van had allegedly taken a catch basin metal lid from the side of the roadway in...
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Weekend Arrests by City Police

September 26, 2011
Weekend Arrests by City Police

09-27-11 On Friday, September 23rd at 4:08 PM Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland responded to 907 West Adams Street in reference to a fight in progress.  Upon arriving on the scene there was enough probable cause that battery and disorderly conduct had taken place between 18 year old Garrett Vires of Plymouth and two...
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Demos Hold Jefferson Jackson Dinner

September 26, 2011
Demos Hold Jefferson Jackson Dinner

09/27/11 The annual Jefferson Jackson Democratic Dinner held on Sunday night featured three speakers. Speaking at the event were Brendan Mullen, 2nd Congressional District Democratic Candidate for US House of Representatives; Nancy Dembowski, currently serving in the Indiana State House of Representatives; and Pete Buttigieg, Democratic candidate for Mayor of South Bend. Mullen said,...
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State Road 331 Closure Planned For Railroad Repairs In Bremen

September 26, 2011
State Road 331 Closure Planned For Railroad Repairs In Bremen

09/27/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close State Road 331 (S.R. 331) between U.S. 6 and State Road 106 (S.R. 106) so CSX Railroad can replace the crossing surface. The closure will begin Wednesday, September 28 and work is anticipated to be completed by Monday, October 10. The work schedule is subject...
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Ancilla Wears Pink to Honor Breast Cancer Awareness

September 26, 2011
Ancilla Wears Pink to Honor Breast Cancer Awareness

09/27/11 Ancilla College students, faculty, staff, and administration were amongst those wearing pink on Sept. 22 in honor of breast cancer awareness at the Donaldson-based campus. The effort was in response to “Turn Plymouth Pink Day”, a special breast cancer awareness initiative put forth by Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter. Ancilla College is a Catholic,...
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Plymouth Kiwanis Honors Members

September 26, 2011
Plymouth Kiwanis Honors Members

09/27/11 The Plymouth Kiwanis group held their officers installation dinner at Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist Church and welcomed their new president as well as honoring distinguished members.   Angie Stults,   Branch Manager of PNC Bank in Plymouth was elected president for the new fiscal year. Stults says “I am excited to be a...
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