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City Police Make Arrests

July 20, 2011
City Police Make Arrests

07/21/11 On Tuesday July 19th at approximately 1:00 p.m. Officer Steve DeLee of the Plymouth Police Department saw a motorcycle traveling northbound on Western Ave going 46 MPH, in a 35 MPH zone.  The motorcycle was stopped in the K-mart parking lot, and it was then discovered that the drive, Robert Segraves, 37, of...
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Lack of Quorum Delays Final Step on City’s Well Field Improvements

July 20, 2011
Lack of Quorum Delays Final Step on City’s Well Field Improvements

07/21/11 A public hearing scheduled on Tuesday night on a Plymouth Redevelopment agenda was postponed until August 16 due to the lack of a board quorum at the meeting.. The public hearing is a final step in adding a project to the TIF I list. On June 21, the City’s Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson...
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Church Orchestra Holds Successful Carport Sale

July 20, 2011
Church Orchestra Holds Successful Carport Sale

07/21/11 Members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra gathered at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Saturday, July 16 where they held a carport sale to help raise funds for purchasing music for the orchestra.   They arrived bright and early at sat the tables up under the carport.  They then used their time to arrange...
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Ancilla Men’s Golf Program to Host Identification Showcase at Swan Lake

July 20, 2011
Ancilla Men’s Golf Program to Host Identification Showcase at Swan Lake

07/21/11 The Ancilla College men’s golf program – hosts of the 2012 and 2014 NJCAA Men’s Division II National Golf Championships – is accepting reservations for the 2011 Ancilla College Men’s Golf Identification Showcase. The showcase is scheduled for Friday, July 29 at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth and is open to all prospective...
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DONNELLY TO VOTE AGAINST “CUT, CAP, AND BALANCE” ACT

July 19, 2011
DONNELLY TO VOTE AGAINST “CUT, CAP, AND BALANCE” ACT

07/20/11 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement regarding H.R. 2560, The Cut, Cap, and Balance Act. “I plan on voting against the ‘Cut, Cap, and Balance Act’ today because it is not a serious effort to get our fiscal house in order and address the impending debt ceiling issue,” said Donnelly.  “This...
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Arrests by City Police

July 19, 2011
Arrests by City Police

07/20/11 On Sunday, July 17th at approximately 2:15 p.m. officers from the Plymouth Police Department responded to the intersection of 5th Street and West Madison Street for a complaint of domestic battery.   It was found that Robert L. Graham 40, of Plymouth not only was involved in the domestic battery but violated a...
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Nester Wins USA Modified Feature at the Plymouth Speedway

July 19, 2011
Nester Wins USA Modified Feature at the Plymouth Speedway

07/20/11 This past weekend the Plymouth Speedway hosted four great divisions including the traveling USA Modifieds. Also in competition were the Teacher’s Credit Union Late Models, street stocks, and front wheel drives. In qualifying Tim Burkett set the pace around the 3/8 mile for the modifieds with a time of 13.801 seconds. In the...
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Rotary Pancake Days this Thur. Fri. & Sat.

July 19, 2011
Rotary Pancake Days this Thur. Fri. & Sat.

07/20/11 The Plymouth Rotary Club will host its annual Rotary Pancake Days July 21st through July 23rd at the usual locations: the tent on Garro Street just west of Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.  Pancake Days, which has been held by Rotary every year since the late 1950’s, features pancakes and sausage cooked by...
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Glasgow & Overmyer Featured Artists for July

July 19, 2011
Glasgow & Overmyer Featured Artists for July

07/20/11 The Heartland Artists Gallery in downtown Plymouth proudly presents “Reflections of the Land” – over 25 original pastel and oil landscape inspired paintings by Indiana Artists Connie Glasgow and Diane Overmyer.  Glasgow and Overmyer have each been painting professionally for over 30 years and painted at the same location for a few of the pieces...
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Triton School Board Appoves Hires and Fundraisers

July 19, 2011
Triton School Board Appoves Hires and Fundraisers

07/20/11 With the start of school only a few weeks away, the Triton School Board approved a number of hires and appointments for the 2011-2012 school year during their regular meeting on July 18. The first teacher day will be August 15 and the first student day, August 16. Among those hired are the...
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