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Federal Unemployment Extensions Expire Beginning December 5, 2010

12/01/10 Tuesday marked the expiration of the five federally funded extensions of unemployment (EEUC and EB). Approximately 90,000 Hoosiers are currently receiving federally funded extended benefits. Eligible individuals will receive ... Read more...

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Bremen Holy Walk this Weekend

12/01/10 This Advent season, keep Christ at the center of Christmas by visiting the Bremen Holy Walk.   Much more than a live nativity scene, this hour-long outdoor walk over farmland helps participants better understand and experience ... Read more...

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1st Source Bank Recognized as a Top Small Business Lender

12/01/10 A strong leader in small business lending, 1st Source Bank ranked No. 1 among all banks in the state for the number of Small Business Administration, (SBA), 504 loans closed during the last fiscal year, according to SBA figures. ... Read more...

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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON PENTAGON REPORT ON “DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL” REPEAL

12/01/10  Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement in response to the Pentagon study group’s report on repealing the military’s current policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell” in the United States Armed ... Read more...

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Shop With A Cop Radio Auction this Friday

11/30/10 Members, friends and volunteers of Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 have been working extremely hard preparing for the 4th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction on WTCA this Friday. Last year the auction raised over $10,000 and this year the ... Read more...

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County Police Investigate Incidents

11/30/20  On Thursday, November 25th at 1:15 PM the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report that the residence of 18053 6th Road had been broken into. The resident advised that sometime between 1PM Wednesday, November ... Read more...

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Howell Arrested for Biking with Meth Lab in Backpack

11/30/10 Sunday evening just after 7 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir and his K-9 partner Rex conducted a traffic stop on a bicycle at the railroad crossing on Lake Avenue. 39 year old Jamie D. Howell of South Michigan Street in ... Read more...

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Arrests by City Police Officers

11/30/10 On Monday, November 22nd at 5:50 PM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a shoplifter. Upon arriving 34 year old Anna L. Hively of Highway 31 was arrested for ... Read more...

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Pioneer Road between St. Rd 17 and U.S. 30 is Open

11/30/10 Last Wednesday morning the Marshall County Commissioners conducted a ribbon cutting event for the new section of Pioneer Road between State Road 17 and Lincoln Highway. Kevin Overmyer, President of the Commissioners welcomed those ... Read more...

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City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

11/30/10 On Saturday, November 27th at 1:02 AM Officer Shelly Church from the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Dandelion Bar in reference to an out of control subject. As officers arrived on the scene 25 year old Siamuel A. ... Read more...

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Big Weekend Planned at Plymouth Public Library

11/30/10 Mark your calendar for a big weekend at the Plymouth Public Library, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 10, 11th and 12th.  The Friends of the Library will be holding a three day mega book sale and a bake sale on Saturday. ... Read more...

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Annual Christmas Light Contest in Argos

11/30/10 Argos will be decked out in Christmas lights this year.  The Argos Town Council will sponsor the Annual Christmas Decoration contest.  For several years the residents of Argos competed for the best in outdoor decorations.  They ... Read more...

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Close-Call at Marshall County Museum

11/29/10 Plymouth fire fighters responded to an alarm on Sunday night at the Marshall County Historical Museum in downtown Plymouth.  According to Chief Andy Metsker, the call came in from 9-1-1 and other sources at 7:22. Metsker said it ... Read more...

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Santa Arrives for Annual Tree Lighting

11/29/10  Although the temperatures were below 32 degrees Friday evening and the wind was blowing, several hundred people braved the cold weather to attend the annual Downtown Tree Lighting and visit from Santa. Santa and Mrs. Claus along ... Read more...

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K-9 Drug Search at LJH

11/29/10 On Tuesday, November 23rd the administration at Lincoln Junior High School conducted a drug interdiction K-9 search. Mrs. Mills, Dean of Students said, “This was a preventative measure to discourage drug use.  We coordinated ... Read more...

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Rolling Meth Lab Located on Bicycler

11/29/10 Sunday evening Plymouth Police Officer John Weir and his K-9 partner Rex stopped a bicycle rider on Lake Avenue just after 7 p.m.  The male was stopped because he was riding without any lights or reflective gear on. That simple ... Read more...

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Plymouth Schools Pass AYP

11/29/10 Only six years ago, the Plymouth School Corporation was on Title I school probation. Within two short years, they were off probation. Superintendent Daniel Tyree said, “We formed a committee of representatives of the teachers’ ... Read more...

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Friend Report

11/29/10 The House Republican caucus honored State Representative Bill Friend by electing him as the Majority Floor Leader for this legislative session.  Friend said, “I am very appreciative of their judgment, but at the same time, I am ... Read more...

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Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald Houses

11/29/10 The Plymouth Public Library is continuing to collect pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in various areas in Indiana. This is the fifth year that they are collecting, and they are very grateful to all the people that ... Read more...

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St. Nicholas Returns to St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church

11/29/10  Saint Nicholas will return to Culver at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic church Monday, Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. for the church’s annual Saint Nicholas Day after-school party for all ages. St. Nicholas himself, dressed more as he would ... Read more...