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Fender Bender Involved Plymouth School Bus

January 23, 2012
Fender Bender Involved Plymouth School Bus

01/24/12 Plymouth Police Officer Steve DeLee investigated a fender-bender involving a Plymouth School Bus Monday morning at the intersection of Kingston Drive. City police officers were dispatched to the accident at 7:42 a.m. Monday.  Officer DeLee’s crash report indicates at a 2003 International School Bus owned by the school and driven by 50 year...
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3 Flee from Police, 2 Apprehended

January 23, 2012
3 Flee from Police, 2 Apprehended

01/24/12  On Friday, January 20th about 1:00am, Marshall County Patrolman Brandon Cooper stopped to assist what was to be believed to be stranded motorist at the intersection of Lincolnway East and Ferndale Avenue.  At the time of the stop three subjects fled and ran from the officers.  A foot pursuit ensued and officers were...
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City Street Crews Clear Snow

January 23, 2012
City Street Crews Clear Snow

01/24/12 Plymouth Street Department employees spent many hours during the weekend to clear the five inches or more of snow that hit the city. According to Superintendent Jim Marquardt, crews worked until midnight on Friday night and started again at 5:00 a.m. on Saturday. Marquardt said, “By 3:30 p.m., we had been all over...
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Menominee Opens Door for Online 4-H Registration

January 23, 2012
Menominee Opens Door for Online 4-H Registration

01/24/12  A number  of Center Township 4-H members took the opportunity on Sunday at Menominee Elementary  to register for the projects that they are planning to explore during the next few months. New rulings within 4-H require that registration is done online. The  young 4-H participants, along with help from several members from the...
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Wii Bowling at Miller’s

January 23, 2012
Wii Bowling at Miller’s

01/24/12 Wii Bowling is becoming a most popular activity at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  Activity Director Cindy Flagg tries to make it even more fun and exciting by offering small prizes for bowlers who pick up their splits or those who bowl a turkey, etc. An oft heard remark in Wii bowling...
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Is You’re Sidewalk Cleared?

January 22, 2012
Is You’re Sidewalk Cleared?

01/23/12 The City of Plymouth has an ordinance pertaining to the removal of snow and ice from sidewalks within the city limits.  The ordinance requires sidewalks to be cleared within 24 hours after a snow. The ordinance states, “It shall be the duty of every owner, lessee or occupant of any premises abutting or...
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FREE Wi/Fi in Downtown Plymouth Now Available

January 22, 2012
FREE Wi/Fi in Downtown Plymouth Now Available

01/23/12 Downtown Plymouth, Indiana businesses and residents are now able to connect to free Wi-Fi within the historic business district, Mayor Mark Senter and civic leaders have announced. Plymouth Industrial  Development Corporation (PIDCO), a longstanding shareholder-owned development association, championed the effort with City leaders in 2011 and contracted with DC Tech Solutions, a local...
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Suspicious Person Arrested

January 22, 2012
Suspicious Person Arrested

01/23/12  On January 18th at 11:12pm, Officer Joe Deisch of the Plymouth Police Department received a call on a suspicious person in the 1400 block of Holloway Drive in Plymouth.  The suspect was located and it was found that Brandon J. Eifrid 23, of Plymouth was in possession of Marijuana.  Eifrid was arrested and...
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Rebuilding Together Open House Planned

January 22, 2012
Rebuilding Together Open House Planned

01/23/12 Dean Byers, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together announced the open house for this year’s projects last week. REBUILDING TOGETHER is planning its annual one day repair fix-up program for low-income homeowners in Marshall County.  The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 28th. An open house has been set for February 1st beginning at...
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County Police Make Arrests

January 22, 2012
County Police Make Arrests

01/23/2012  On Wednesday, January 11th around 12:30am, Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop for an equipment violation a vehicle on US 30 at the US 31 exit.  Through the investigation it was determined that the driver, Rosalina Solis 20, of Fort Wayne was operating the vehicle without...
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