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Park Board Approves Contracts for YRF & Farmers’ Market

April 7, 2016
Park Board Approves Contracts for YRF & Farmers’ Market

This week the Plymouth Park Board approved the annual agreement between the Park Department and the Yellow River Festival and the Farmers’ Market. The agreement requires each entity to pay the City of Plymouth ten percent of the booth rental. The board also granted permission to use the one mile course in Centennial Park...
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Variance Granted for Bleacher Wrap at PHS

April 7, 2016
Variance Granted for Bleacher Wrap at PHS

Plymouth Community School Corporation Superintendent, Dan Tyree appeared before the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday evening to present his case for a variance of development standard. The new bleachers at the Plymouth High School stadium will be wrapped with a windscreen that would be esthetically pleasing and also help block wind for fans...
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Arrested for Battery

April 6, 2016
Arrested for Battery

A physical fight between a father and son at the Speedway Gas Station in LaPaz Saturday afternoon ended with a 54 year old man being arrested. About 12:30 County Officer Les McFarland was dispatched to the emergency call and arrested Duane A Barden for disorderly conduct.  He was held on a $500 cash bond....
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County Police Arrest 3

April 6, 2016
County Police Arrest 3

Officer Bryant with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on Lincoln Highway near Quince Road on Friday night about 9:45.  During the stop he learned that the driver, 21 year old Randall George Warren of Plymouth was under the influence of a controlled substance.  Officers also located marijuana and a controlled substance...
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Bremen Police Arrest 2 on Tuesday

April 6, 2016
Bremen Police Arrest 2 on Tuesday

Tuesday evening a Plymouth man was arrested after a traffic stop at US 6 and Miami Trail in Bremen. Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder stopped the vehicle at 4:55 and during his investigation determined that 34 year old Aaron Michael Druesedow had an active warrant for his arrest our of Elkhart County for Civil...
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USMC Drill Platoon’s Academies Visit Will Have Lasting Impact

April 6, 2016
USMC Drill Platoon’s Academies Visit Will Have Lasting Impact

The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon spent about nine hours on campus of the Culver Academies March 30, but that short visit will have a lasting impact on the Culver drill teams and honor units that the Marines interacted with. The elite 24-member drill team made the eight-hour bus trip from Marine...
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Alcohol Does Not Mix with Prom Night and Graduation Celebrations

April 6, 2016
Alcohol Does Not Mix with Prom Night and Graduation Celebrations

The traditional rites of spring – prom and graduation – can be exciting times when teens experience a taste of adulthood. But the use of alcohol or illegal drugs in celebration of these important events is also a good way to derail one’s future. We all know consumption of alcoholic beverages by persons under...
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Canals in Indiana Featured at Brown Bag Lunch

April 6, 2016
Canals in Indiana Featured at Brown Bag Lunch

The Marshall County Museum will host the second Brown Bag Lunch program of the season from 12- 1 PM this Friday, April 8 in the Community Room.  Chester Gut will give an historic glimpse at the spirit of the canal era in Indiana.  His presentation, “Canals in Indiana,”  highlights the grit and vision behind the building of the canals closest to Marshall County, the...
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Warrant for Drugs Leads to Arrest of Three

April 6, 2016
Warrant for Drugs Leads to Arrest of Three

Using information concerning criminal activity  allegedly occurring at the residence located at 9200 State Road 17 in Plymouth, the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department applied for and obtained a Search Warrant for the property.  On Tuesday morning officers with the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department, Plymouth Police Department along with the Drug Task Force executed the...
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Leaky roof? Wind damage? Seasonal Storms Pave Way for Scammers

April 6, 2016
Leaky roof? Wind damage?  Seasonal Storms Pave Way for Scammers

Spring storm season is upon us. Wind, hail and rain damage puts many people in the market for home repair services this time of year. But when storms roll through, scammers are not far behind. If your home or property has been damaged, beware of home improvement scammers who may be looking to prey...
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