Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

News

Plymouth Board updated on street and sidewalk projects

0
February 13, 2017
Plymouth Board updated on street and sidewalk projects

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul outlined some upcoming street and sidewalk projects for the city. Speaking to the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Gaul told members that the street projects have been outlined that will make use of the funds provided by the Community Crossings grant program. The City will...
Read More »

Plymouth Clerk given permission to add employee

0
February 13, 2017
Plymouth Clerk given permission to add employee

PLYMOUTH – Thanks to a motion put forward by Councilman Gary Cook the Clerk-Treasurers office will begin the search for another employee. During budget hearings for 2017, Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer Jeanine Xaver had approached the Council about the addition of another employee for her office to handle an increased work load. At that time Xaver...
Read More »

Plymouth School Board Sets Limits on Out-Of-Districts Transfer Students

0
February 13, 2017
Plymouth School Board Sets Limits on Out-Of-Districts Transfer Students

The Plymouth School Board unanimously supported recommendations from Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, concerning setting maximum limits to the number of out of district transfer students they would accept for the 2017-2018 school year. Parents can apply for enrollment of their children and acceptance is based on a number of criteria, including openings in each grade...
Read More »

Tickets Available for Potawatomi Wildlife Park 4th Annual Fundraiser and Banquet

0
February 13, 2017
Tickets Available for Potawatomi Wildlife Park 4th Annual Fundraiser and Banquet

Time is running out to get your tickets for Potawatomi Wildlife Park’s 4th Annual Banquet and Fundraiser on March 4th. The annual banquet is the major fundraiser for the year and a great time for those in attendance to celebrate Potawatomi Wildlife Park’s 30th anniversary! This year’s banquet will again be held at the Back...
Read More »

Speeding Driver Arrested by City Police for Marijuana

0
February 13, 2017
Speeding Driver Arrested by City Police for Marijuana

Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on US 30 at Oak Road Saturday morning about 10:15 for a vehicle traveling 88 MPH in a 50 MPH speed zone. After speaking to the driver, 22 year old Martell Earley of Chicago Officer Weir walked his K9 partner Jax around...
Read More »

The Marshall County Recycle Depot Has Added Additional Saturday Hours

0
February 13, 2017
The Marshall County Recycle Depot Has Added Additional Saturday Hours

For the convenience of Marshall County residents, the Recycle Depot has added additional Saturday hours, opening 8 – 12 noon every first and third Saturday all year long. For the remainder of February and the month of March, the Depot will be open the following Saturday mornings: February 18, March 4, and March 18....
Read More »

Donnelly to Vote Against Nominee for EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt

0
February 13, 2017
Donnelly to Vote Against Nominee for EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced today (2/13/17) he will vote against the nomination of Scott Pruitt for EPA Administrator. Donnelly said, “I appreciate Scott Pruitt’s desire to improve EPA’s working relationship with state partners and other stakeholders as it engages in its mission to protect our environment – that’s an issue I’ve been...
Read More »

Grove Arrested on Warrant

0
February 13, 2017
Grove Arrested on Warrant

Saturday night City Officer Matthew Emenhiser served a warrant on 39 year old Edward J. Grove at this address on Kingston Road. Grove had a warrant for Failure to Appear on a misdemeanor charge through Marshall County.  He was held with No Bond in the Marshall County Jail. Listeners and readers are reminded that...
Read More »

City’s K9 Assists in Arrest of Rochester Man

0
February 13, 2017
City’s K9 Assists in Arrest of Rochester Man

Friday morning just before 7 a concerned citizen contacted the 911 Dispatch Center reporting a possibly impaired driver north bound on Michigan Street from Jackson Heights.   Officer John Weir and his K9 partner Jax along with Assistant Chief Mark Owen located the vehicle in question and observed the vehicle “all over the roadway.”...
Read More »

Cause of Barn Fire Undetermined

0
February 13, 2017
Cause of Barn Fire Undetermined

A fire Friday morning totally destroyed a barn and its contents on 4B Road just east of Tamerack. The Polk Township Fire Department got the call of a structure fire about 7:30.   Chief Joe Clady said the barn was totally engulfed when they arrived on the scene.  He immediately sought assistance from LaPaz, Plymouth,...
Read More »