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Commissioners Will Seek Mutual Aid Agreements for Disaters Assistance

April 3, 2012
Commissioners Will Seek Mutual Aid Agreements for Disaters Assistance

  04/04/12 During the County Commissioner’s meeting this week the discussion of mutual aid agreements was brought up because of EMA Director Clyde Avery’s recent deployment with the District 2 Incident Management Team to southern Indiana. If a tornado was to touch-down in a community in Marshall County today you can be assured that...
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Avery Receives Letter of Commendation from District 2 Inident Commander

April 3, 2012
Avery Receives Letter of Commendation from District 2 Inident Commander

    04/04/12 Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery was recognized for his efforts last month serving with the District 2 Incident Management Team to assist those in southern Indiana who experienced the devastating tornado on March 2nd.  The F-4 tornado traveled along the ground for 70 miles through the cities of Henryville, Mount...
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Gov. Daniels appoints Plymouth attorney James N. Clevenger Chairman of the Indiana State Ethics Commission

April 3, 2012
Gov. Daniels appoints Plymouth attorney James N. Clevenger Chairman of the Indiana State Ethics Commission

   04/04/12  Veteran Plymouth attorney James N. Clevenger has been appointed chairman of the Indiana State Ethics Commission by Gov. Mitch Daniels. The appointment was effective Feb. 1, 2012, and Clevenger serves at the Governor’s discretion. Clevenger, a partner in the law firm of Wyland, Humphrey, Wagner & Clevenger, LLP, was appointed to the...
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Darrel Scheuer Released on Own Recognizance

April 3, 2012
Darrel Scheuer Released on Own Recognizance

    04/04/12 Marshall County Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, E. Nelson Chipman, Jr. was in Marshall County Superior Court Superior Court I Tuesday morning for the initial hearing of 61 year old Darrel Scheuer.  Scheuer was charged with one count of Neglect of a Dependent a Class C felony and one count of Neglect of...
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City Police Make Arrests; Sunday, Monday & Tuesday

April 3, 2012
City Police Make Arrests; Sunday, Monday & Tuesday

  04/04/12 On Sunday, April 1st at 2:02am, Plymouth Police Officers were called to the 1300 block of Holloway Drive in reference to a possible fight. Upon arrival Zachary Bradley 20, of Plymouth and Taylor R. Banks 19, of Plymouth were taken into custody after it was found that they were under the influence...
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Easter in the Park this Saturday

April 3, 2012
Easter in the Park this Saturday

  04/04/12 The Plymouth Park Department and local Kiwanis Club is hosting Breakfast with the Easter Bunny this Saturday, April 7 at the Webster Recreation Center, 120 Webster Avenue.  Pancakes and sausage will be available from 9:30 am – 11:00 am.   Tickets are currently being sold at the Park Office.  Adults are $4.00 and...
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Arrests Last Week by City Police

April 3, 2012
Arrests Last Week by City Police

04/04/12 On Sunday, March 25th at 1:48am, Sergeant Joe Deisch of the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop in the 400 block of Michigan Street. It was found that the driver, Dusty A. Pittman 30, of Plymouth was driving while intoxicated. Pittman was placed under arrest and transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Section Of State Road 23 To Close In Koontz Lake

April 3, 2012
Section Of State Road 23 To Close In Koontz Lake

  04/04/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close State Road 23, between County Road 1000 East and County Road 825 North, beginning Monday, April 9th. State Road 23 will be closed 800 feet north and south of the new Koontz Lake Dam worksite. Crews will construct a new roadway and bridge. The...
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Park Board Considers Extending Services to Center & West Township

April 2, 2012
Park Board Considers Extending Services to Center & West Township

  04/03/12 Monday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board discussed a proposal to extend park and recreation services to the unincorporated area of Center and West Townships. The idea of extending services to the unincorporated areas is not new to the park board.  Member Jim Causey said about 10 years ago the idea...
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Judge Bowen Rules for City, Against Mr. Green

April 2, 2012
Judge Bowen Rules for City, Against Mr. Green

   04/03/12  Marshall County Superior Court Judge Rob Bowen ruled in favor of the Plymouth Park Department and Common Council last week in a court case where the plaintiff said he got something in his eye from a mower. On Tuesday, March 27th the honorable Rob Bowen held a bench trail on a Notice...
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