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BOAC Continues to Make Facility Improvements

June 15, 2011
BOAC Continues to Make Facility Improvements

06/16/11  Members of the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners (BOAC) have spent the last several months renovating, repairing and replacing areas of the airport buildings and property in an effort to make them as safe and long-lasting as possible. At the May meeting of the board, they received seven quotes for a terminal building...
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Miller’s Senior Living Honors Fathers on Saturday

June 15, 2011
Miller’s Senior Living Honors Fathers on Saturday

06/16/11 To honor our area fathers and men of all ages Miller’s Senior Living Community will host a Father’s Day Cookout and Concert on Saturday, June 18 at the facility located at 625 Oakhill Ave.  Men (you may bring your ladies) are invited to come for lunch between noon and 1:30 p.m.  A Tribute...
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YFC Seeking Nurse for Camp

June 15, 2011
YFC Seeking Nurse for Camp

06/16/11 Regional Director for Youth For Christ, Bob Beck is looking for a nurse to assist with a summer camp.    Beck said, “Each year we take kids from all over the U.S.A. to camp.  At this camp the kids experience a high impact environment that challenges them to the core.”  He continued, “We have seen...
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Minor Injuries from Sunday Accident on U.S. 30

June 14, 2011
Minor Injuries from Sunday Accident on U.S. 30

06/15/11 Traffic was at a standstill Sunday afternoon on U.S. 30 just west of the Oak Drive intersection in Plymouth.    Lyon’s Wrecker Service and with assistance from Reichert & Knepp Wrecker Service worked at up righting a tandem axle trailer carrying a race car. At 11:03 the Marshall County 9-1-1 Center received a call...
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Jacob Berger Gives Back After Death

June 14, 2011
Jacob Berger Gives Back After Death

06/15/11 It was to be the first day of school on August 18, 2009 for Triton freshman Jacob Berger. Sadly however, his family, friends, team mates, classmates and the entire Bourbon community learned that day that Jacob had died. The fourteen-year-old had been at football practice the night before and had received a head...
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Railroad Crossing Work on US 31 Scheduled

June 14, 2011
Railroad Crossing Work on US 31 Scheduled

06/15/11  The Indiana Department of Transportation has confirmed that work on the railroad on U.S. 31 south of Plymouth between 13th and 14th Roads will begin  later this month. The south bound driving lane of traffic has been closed at the crossing because of a portion of a concrete panel on the tracks has...
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Break-in on Tyler Road

June 14, 2011
Break-in on Tyler Road

06/15/11 M.C. Police investigated a break-in on Tyler Road. On Friday, June 10th just after 10 a.m. the Sheriff’s Department received a call from a homeowner on Tyler Road in regards to a break-in.   Sometime between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 9:40 a.m. an unknown person gained entry by breaking in a door...
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Democratic City Committee Dinner

June 14, 2011
Democratic City Committee Dinner

06/15/11 The Democratic City Committee will host a pulled-pork dinner on Saturday, June 25th from 4-8 p.m. at Opie’s in the City Center. The community is invited to come enjoy good food and good company and meet your city candidates. Pulled-pork sandwiches with sides and a drink will be $10 a plate and carry-out...
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County Police Investigate Crashes

June 14, 2011
County Police Investigate Crashes

06/15/11 Marshall County police investigated two accidents on Monday, June 13th. At approximately 1:30 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call in reference to an auto accident in the area of 12th Road and US 31. Upon arrival, Patrolman Les McFarland spoke with the drivers in the vehicle. Louise Skidmore-Vernon 93, of...
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City Police Reports

June 14, 2011
City Police Reports

06/15/11  On Monday, June 13th about 10:45 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a theft complaint.  It was found that 42 year old Tonia Sobieck of Plymouth was shoplifting. Weir transported Sobieck to the Marshall County Jail where she was booked in for Theft, a Class D Felony with...
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