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Maggie Moo’s to Close

August 24, 2010
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MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery® & Great American Cookies® has announced that it will close for business following nearly 2 years of serving Plymouth and surrounding areas “America’s Best Ice Cream & Cookies”. The current plan for the store is to remain open Wednesday through Sunday for limited hours until its last day one...
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Plymouth School Board To Meet July 8

July 4, 2010
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7/4/10 The Plymouth School Board is scheduled to meet on July 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Board Room. The meeting is open to the public; however, comments are limited to agenda items. Agenda items include, but are not limited to, : Awarding of fuel bids; a report on the Transportation Department; the...
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Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

July 2, 2010
Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

07/02/10 Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that $964 was donated to the local Boy Scouts from the proceeds of the 2009 Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  The proceeds were distributed to the local boy scouts.  Mark Styers accepts a check from Mayor Mark Senter.
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Rotary Pancake Days July 15-17

July 2, 2010
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07/02/10 The Plymouth Rotary Club will host its annual Rotary Pancake Days July 15th through July 17th, at the usual location: the tent on Garro Street just west of Michigan Street, downtown Plymouth. Pancake Days, which has been held by Rotary every year since the late 1950’s, features pancakes and sausage cooked by the...
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Special 4th of July Activities at the Farmers’ Market

July 2, 2010
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07/02/10 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is celebrating Independence Day this Saturday, July 3, with Mayor Mark Senter handing out American flags, balloons for the kids and music provided by Jim Vinall.  At the Earthworks booth at the Farmers’ Market, they’re having one more battle between the redcoats and the colonists – The Battle of the Cheddars! You...
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Plymouth Trooper Assists in Major South Bend Drug Bust

July 2, 2010
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07/02/10 Early last Friday morning, June 25, troopers with the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Section (E.R.S.), with the assistance of the state police Drug Enforcement Section, and Marijuana Eradication Section, raided a suspected drug house in South Bend.  The troopers served the search warrant at 1721 Huey Street shortly before 6:00 a.m. The...
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City Passes Amendments to Garbage Ordinance

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved amendments to the City’s Garbage Ordinance on third and final reading.  Many changes have occurred since the city has gone to a private collection hauler thus the need for the amendments. The amendment ordinance includes several pertinent changes to the current ordinance that will affect customers. ...
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Pick-Up Truck Destroyed in Fire

June 30, 2010
Pick-Up Truck Destroyed in Fire

06/30/10 The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a pick up truck fire at 17836 12th Road Monday morning.  The 9-1-1 call came in at 8:02 Monday morning sending firefighters to the farm just that is just east of State Road 17. The engine compartment was fully engulfed when fire crews arrived on the scene. ...
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Plymouth Police Make Arrests

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10 On Saturday, June 26th at 12:46 AM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Kroger’s in reference to a shoplifter.  Upon arriving at Kroger’s Officer Dobbins arrested 54 year old Barbara L. Wedgeworth of Adams Street for theft.  She was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on a...
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Plymouth Schools Director of Food Services Qualifies For National Certification

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10  Plymouth Schools Director of Food Services, Gloria Burnam, has qualified for certification with the National School Nutrition Association after completing classes in “Healthy Edge” She also completed course work for certification on “Serve Safe” from the National Restaurant Association. Even after 16 years of feeding students, staff and often parents, Burnam still looks...
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Plymouth Adult Basic Education Holds Commencement Exercises

June 28, 2010
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6/28/10 The annual Plymouth Adult Education GED commencement exercises held on June 27 was truly filled with pride. Deb Sherwood, assistant to the administrator, who oversees the day-to-day operations of the program served as mistress of ceremonies. The local classes are structured to allow adult participants to prepare for an exam.Educational Development (or GED)...
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Thursday Evening Arrests by Plymouth Police

June 28, 2010
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06/28/10 Thursday afternoon about 4 p.m. Officer Jessie Pippenger with the Plymouth Police Department served a warrant on 47 year old Benjamin Keilman. Officer Pippenger observed a male subject crossing South Michigan Street at Lake Street just after 4 p.m.  The subject matched the description of Benjamin Keilman who had two active warrants out...
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Plymouth School Board approves New Hire at PHS and Extends Administrative Contracts

June 25, 2010
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06/25/10 During the June 24 Plymouth School Board meeting, board members present voted unanimously to approve the hire of Kenneth Olson as Plymouth High School Dean of Students. Olson has been teaching social studies at the high school level for ten years. He spent one year in the Warsaw system and the following nine...
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Presentation on Recycle Depot at Farmers’ Market Saturday

June 25, 2010
Presentation on Recycle Depot at Farmers’ Market Saturday

06/25/10 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is having great success.  This year is the fourth year the market has operated at the area of River and Garro Streets in downtown Plymouth.  Each Saturday morning from 7:30 to 11:30 shoppers will find a variety of items including fresh homegrown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowering baskets,...
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Kiddies’ Day Parade to Highlight Chamber’s 2nd Friday Event

June 25, 2010
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06/25/10 The Second Friday Events sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce will get a real boost next month (July) with the Delta Theta Tau bring the Kiddies’ Day Parade to downtown.    Along with the regular activities of the bounce house, Art the Balloon Man and live music, children ages 12 and under are...
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City Police Officers Make Arrests

June 25, 2010
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06/25/10  On Monday, June 21st at 3:30 PM Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Jefferson Street and Oak Drive.  The driver was 19 year old Ashley N. Ensey of Jackson Heights Road.   After further investigation Ensey was arrested for operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license. ...
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Listing of Tuesday Night Participants in Park’s Fun Run

June 24, 2010
Listing of Tuesday Night Participants in Park’s Fun Run

6/24/10 Fun Run on June 22, 2010 Runners Calvin Cook                     Earl Fish Ezra Ganzhorn                 Wesley Seidelmann Allison Slate                    Nick Read Derrick Lee                     Matt Lee Gaby Ramirez                 Sam Compton Jeff Overmyer                 David Caldwell Sean Hatfield                 Brittany Gantz Danica Cureton             Adam Fish Jordan Winkler             Paul Large Allison Lowry                Briana Morrow Heather King                 Rick Huff Nancy King                   Jill...
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THANKS TO VOLUNTEERS

June 24, 2010
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06/24/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter took time this week to thank the many people who worked hard this weekend on so many wonderful events that took place in the city.  His letter states: I just wanted to thank the many committees and volunteers for making Saturday June 19th a memorable day in the City...
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United Way Ride to Benefit Heminger House this Saturday

June 23, 2010
United Way Ride to Benefit Heminger House this Saturday

06/23/10 The 9th annual Ride for United Way is being held this Saturday, June 26, in Plymouth .  Proceeds will be given to the Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children, a safe house for victims of domestic violence.  A silent auction will add to the fundraiser.  Registration begins at 9 a.m. at Christos’...
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Plymouth Men Arrested for Forgery and Theft

June 22, 2010
Plymouth Men Arrested for Forgery and Theft

06/22/10 Last month on Monday, May 28th the Plymouth Police Department received a report of the theft of personal checks.  Some of these checks had been forged and used in the Plymouth and Bremen Pizza Hut Restaurants.  Plymouth Police identified 26 year old Justin Felix of Conger Street as a subject using on of...
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