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Redevelopment Commission Meets

06/16/10 The next work on the Oak Road project in Plymouth could begin in October or November if the remaining two parcels of right-a-way space can be obtained. At a meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday night, City ... Read more...

United Way Announces Plans for 50th Anniversary Celebrations

06/16/10 Just because you’re 50 doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time… At least that’s the attitude of the Marshall County United Way as it prepares to kick off its historic 50th campaign. A year of celebration for all ... Read more...

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CIty Board Begin Actions to Increase Sewer Rates

06/16/10 Actions taken by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the City Council Monday night will result in a sewer rate hike for city residents in the near future. Eric Walsh of Umbaugh and Associates, the city’ financial ... Read more...

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Welfare Check by County Police Locates Deceased Man

06/16/10 The Marshall County Coroner’s Office is investigating the death of a Plymouth man. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a request to conduct a welfare check on a man living at 17471 Tomahawk Trail Saturday ... Read more...

Downtown Car Show and Pizza Cook-off this Saturday, Benefits Humane Society and Others

06/16/10  Animals in need of adoption in Marshall County will be the big winners as local car enthusiasts show off their pride and joy at the P-Town Cruz’n Car Show. The group will hold its big event on Michigan Street in Plymouth this ... Read more...

Commissioners Call Special Meeting for Lake of the Woods Property Owners

06/16/10 The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for a special meeting on Monday, June 21st at 6 p.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  This special evening meeting is to discuss with residents at Lake of ... Read more...

Schools Offer Free Lunches

06/15/10 During the school year, many children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs. What happens when school lets out? Hunger is one of the most severe ... Read more...

Council & Commissioners say NO Raises, NO New Employees, Flat Line Budgets

06/15/10  The Marshall County Commissioners gave the Council their recommendations for the 2011 budget during the Council meeting Monday. Commissioner President, Kevin Overmyer said, “I want to say thank you to the Council and office ... Read more...

Canoe Trip offered at Potawatomi Park for Father’s Day

06/15/10 There is still time to join Potawatomi Wildlife Park this Saturday, June 19, for Park’s fourth annual canoe trip down the Tippecanoe River through the seldom seen upper reaches of what the Nature Conservancy terms “one of the ... Read more...

Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Installs Officers

06/15/10 Zeta Zeta Chapter, Plymouth, of Delta Theta Tau Sorority recently installed their 2010-2011 officers.  Front row l to r:  Mindy Shorter, treasurer; Barb Cox, vice-president; Denise Ecker, president; Sallie Crawford, recording ... Read more...

Arrests by City Officers

06/15/10  On Tuesday, June 8th at 4:51 p.m. Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 21 year old, Andrew Thomas of 5th Road, after observing him walking out of the Northgate Trailer Park and knowing he had an ... Read more...

INDIANA CONSERVATION OFFICER RECEIVES AWARD

06/15/10  Indiana Conservation Officer First Sergeant Mark Hines was awarded the DNR Law Enforcement Division’s Director’s leadership Award in ceremonies held in Indianapolis on May 26th.   Hines, a 32 year Conservation Officer ... Read more...

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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER SUN SAFETY TIPS

06/15/10  Summer is upon us, and throughout these potentially hot months, Hoosiers will be enjoying the outdoors more with family and friends.  State health officials encourage people to get out and be active, but also offer sun safety ... Read more...

Plymouth High School Announces Top Students

06/14/10 Plymouth High School has named its 2010 valedictorian and salutatorian. They are Todd M. Vervynckt and Andy Langdon. Todd is the son of James and Laura Vervynckt. He holds a GPA of 12.269 on a 12-point scale. He is ranked number ... Read more...

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County Police Locate Stolen Property

06/14/10 On Thursday, June 10th Tim Harley of the 17,000 block of 14B Road contacted the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department reporting that a canoe, Jon Boat, two anchors, four cars, and a cooler containing camping supplies that were ... Read more...

Relay For Life Fundraiser at Ponderosa

06/14/10 Citizens of Marshall County are invited to eat at the Ponderosa Steakhouse in Plymouth Monday and help raise money for Relay for Life. The Kiwanis Club Family Relay for Life Team will benefit from a fundraiser at Ponderosa Monday ... Read more...

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City Meetings Monday Evening

06/14/10 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety will meet Monday evening at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  At 6:30 the Common Council meeting is scheduled to begin.  The Board of Public Works and Safety is expected ... Read more...

YFC to Host Christian Band Wars

06/14/10 Plymouth is known as the host of the historical Marshall County Blueberry Festival during the Labor Day Weekend.   There are many activities such as bike rides, craft booths to shop in and tons of vendors selling a wide variety ... Read more...

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County Council to Meet Monday Morning

06/14/10 The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes the request of an additional appropriation for the Building and Grounds ... Read more...

Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

06/14/10 The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for April 2010.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued            ... Read more...