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County Council Approves 2015 Budget with $300 Flat Rate Raises for Full Time Employees

September 9, 2014
County Council Approves 2015 Budget with $300 Flat Rate Raises for Full Time Employees

Monday morning members of the Plymouth County Council set out to pare down the 2015 budget requests from $9,041,321 to $8,725,243. Each county budget was reviewed and considered for reductions. $100,000 was cut from the rainy day fund for repair of buildings while $20,000 from the rainy day fund was cut for the Marshall...
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Metronet Project to Move into Downtown

September 9, 2014
Metronet Project to Move into Downtown

The City’s conduit installation project for the Metronet continues to move forward and on Monday, City Engineer, Rick Gaul updated members of the Board of Public Works and Safety on the progress. Michiana Contracting was awarded the contract and has been working around the city. Their project will now come to the downtown area...
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Humane Society & Bourbon Vet Offer Low Cost Vaccine Clinic

September 9, 2014
Humane Society & Bourbon Vet Offer Low Cost Vaccine Clinic

The Marshall County Humane Society and Bourbon Veterinary Clinic will be offering a low cost vaccination clinic on Saturday, September 20th. The clinic will be held at the Humane Shelter at 11165 13th Road, the southwest corner of US 31 and 13th Road from noon until 2 p.m. Participants will be served on a...
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Plymouth Fire Department Activity Report for August

September 9, 2014
Plymouth Fire Department Activity Report for August

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented his department’s August activity report during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting. There were a total of 196 alarm situations last month with 146 of them being emergency medical service incidents and 12 medical assists. Eight times last month emergency responders were cancelled en route...
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Council to Consider 2 Hour Parking on Portion of Gibson Street

September 9, 2014
Council to Consider 2 Hour Parking on Portion of Gibson Street

Parking for visitors at Lincoln Junior High has become an issue according to Superintendent of Plymouth Schools, Day Tyree. During Monday evening’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Councilman Shawn Grobe said he had talked with Tyree who expressed his concern for parking in front of the main entrance at the circle drive...
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Duarte Arrested for Forgery and Identity Deception

September 9, 2014
Duarte Arrested for Forgery and Identity Deception

On Monday, September 8th at 11:00 a.m., the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding a female using a counterfeit identification card at a medical facility. Upon arrival, officers observed this female sign a document with the fictitious name from this counterfeit I.D. card. The female was questioned and admitted to signing a fictitious...
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August Activity Report for Plymouth Police

September 9, 2014
August Activity Report for Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented the August Activity report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety during their meeting Monday evening. His department handled 865 calls for information. City officers conducted 300 traffic stops, issued 252 citations, responded to 206 complaints and were dispatched to 177 9-1-1 calls last month....
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SJRMC Accepting Registrations for Christ-Centered Childbirth Class

September 9, 2014
SJRMC Accepting Registrations for Christ-Centered Childbirth Class

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) is accepting registrations for its Wonderfully Made Christian childbirth preparation class. The Wonderfully Made class teaches the spiritual benefits of birth in addition to addressing physical wellbeing. The detailed, Christ-centered course focuses on a mother’s labor, delivery and recovery. “This is an amazing class and is truly unique...
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Raffle of NASCAR VIP passes Thursday

September 9, 2014
Raffle of NASCAR VIP passes Thursday

Thanks to the Auto Park and Auto Zone some local children will have a better Christmas. A pair of VIP passes to Sundays NASCAR race at Chicagoland Speedway will be raffled off on WTCA’s What’s Your Opinion Show on Thursday morning with all the proceeds going to Shop With a Cop. The auction will...
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2 Arrested at Park Jefferson Apts for Dealing in Meth

September 9, 2014
2 Arrested at Park Jefferson Apts for Dealing in Meth

On Thursday afternoon September 4th members of the Indiana State Police served warrants at the Park Jefferson Apartments. The ISP had been investigating an ongoing methamphetamine manufacturing ring involved in the Plymouth area. During the investigation enough information was obtained for warrants to be issued on several subjects. A search warrant was obtained for...
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