Archive - May 7, 2012 - News Article
PLYMOUTH â€” Cayla Hulse, 19, of Plymouth, and Dustin Cobb, 20, of Plymouth were traveling together westbound on 6th Road Saturday evening while involved in a verbal argument. After their vehicle passed Pear Road, Cobb grabbed the steering wheel and turned it to the right, causing Hulse to lose control of her vehicle and collide head on with a utility pole, snapping the pole at the base. Hulse was transported to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center emergency room with neck and chest pain. Cobb received minor lacerations to his face from the airbag deployment but refused transport.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Sheriff's Department investigated a break-in Monday that occurred over the weekend at Northern Equipment. Both of the buildings had been entered over the weekend, and several doors were damaged where there had been forced entry. It is unknown if anything was taken. Anyone with information about the incident should contact Nicholas Laffoon at the Marshall County Sheriff's Department, 574-936-3187.
PLYMOUTH â€” Zentis Food Solutions North America, LLC, a global producer of fruit preparations for the bakery and dairy industries, announced plans today to expand its operations in Plymouth, creating up to 67 new jobs by 2014.
â€¨â€¨The company, a subsidiary of Germany-based confectioner Zentis GmbH, will invest $15.6 million to expand its production capabilities to include a new allergen production line, bulk sugar handling system and mixing vessels. As part of the project, the company will also make building renovations at its 180,000 square-foot facility in Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Bryan Naylor, of Plymouth, thinks that his property at 12498 Maple Road would be the perfect location for weddings, parties, and other events. He would like to build a barn on the property and rent it out to interested groups.
â€śI basically just want to put up a finished barn out there and give something to our community that we donâ€™t really have around here â€” a place to hold an event in a rural setting,â€ť said Naylor in an interview Friday. â€śItâ€™s my understanding that there is a need for this type of thing.â€ť
He added that the endeavor may boost local economy.
PLYMOUTH â€” The eighth year of the Plymouth Farmersâ€™ Market (PFM) opens this Saturday, traditionally the day before Motherâ€™s Day.
As in past years, Art Heminger of Balloon Art will be on hand to twist and tweak balloon creations for young and old. Youngsters can plant flowers in baby shoes for their special mom thanks to Sr. Sue Rogers of Earthworks and Mike Woolfington. Master Gardeners will feature a display on â€śMaking Your Garden Grow.â€ť
Entertainment kicks off with Gabriele Hill directing the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra at 9:30 a.m.