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July 30th, 2014
ARGOS/PLYMOUTH â€” Although negotiations for space the 2015 Marshall County Blueberry Festival wonâ€™t even begin until after this yearâ€™s festival has come and gone, steps towards long-planning continue. The 2014 festival will mark 48 years of holding the Labor Day weekend festival in Plymouth.
Representatives from the Blueberry Festival Board have reportedly looked at several alternative sites throughout the county as a â€śwhat-ifâ€ť back up in the event that the festival would move from Centennial Park in Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH â€” Jonas Salazar Olvera, 67, of Plymouth and Texas, was arrested Friday on charges of child molestation.
Olvera also had a previous charge pending from a 2009 incident with similar circumstances.
He is being held on a $115,010 bond.
PLYMOUTH â€” For the love of ice cream and ice cream lovers thereâ€™s going to be a new location to get hand dipped cones in Plymouth. Mooneyâ€™s Ice Cream Parlorâ€™s grand opening will be Aug. 8.
â€śThereâ€™s three principals that I plan to follow to maintain a successful business here,â€ť said Jon Webster, co-owner of Mooneyâ€™s. â€śYou have to give a good product, a good portion at a good price and maintain a clean inviting family friendly atmosphere. I am going to do all three and more."
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PLYMOUTH â€” The storm sewer drain project at Beerenbrook and Jefferson Street will begin soon. Haskins Underground was awarded the bid at Monday evening's city of Plymouth Board of Public Works meeting. The project is expected to be completed this fall.
Also discussed in the meeting was Fire Chief Rod Miller reported the total monthly incidents and a request for EMT services. Read all the details in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Coca-Cola Family Day brought hundreds of visitors to the Young Amphitheater on Saturday. The annual event featured face painting, live music, a sprinkler, K-9 officer John Weir and Jax and hot dogs and coke products among other activities.The free event was a lot of fun for children and families. Photos and the complete story in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The city of Plymouth Common Council met Monday evening in regular session. The council passed ordinance 2014-2079 in reference to keeping livestock within city limits being unlawful. In addition the council also approved 2015 salaries for the mayor, clerk-treasurer and council members. Full details in today's Pilot News.
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PLYMOUTH â€” Earthworks market reopened Tuesday morning after a being closed for two weeks.
The market was closed to allow staff time to do some rearranging, reorganizing and get ready for new product. The market is more self-serve friendly now making it easier for customers to access bulk and/ or refrigerated items. The bulk selection will be expanded to include a larger selection of items.