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Archive for April, 2011

It’s a Dogs Life

April 30, 2011
It’s a Dogs Life

05/02/11  A traffic stop in St. Joseph County by Indiana State Police Senior Trooper Mick Dockery and his K-9 partner Hondo started out as nothing more than routine on Wednesday, April 27.  That was until Hondo sniffed out crack cocaine inside the car they had stopped.  This drug find was only one of many...
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Riding Lawn Mower Taken from Union Road

April 29, 2011
Riding Lawn Mower Taken from Union Road

05/02/11 On Tuesday, April 26th at 8:09 PM Patrolman Matthew Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to 1484 Union Road in Walkerton in reference to a theft complaint.  Upon arriving Patrolman Brown made contact with the homeowner that advised sometime between Saturday, January 8th and Tuesday, March 29th unknown subject came onto...
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City Officers Make Arrests

April 29, 2011
City Officers Make Arrests

05/02/11  On Monday, April 25th at 3:47 AM Officer Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department responded to 710 West Madison Street on an unwanted person complaint.  Upon arriving at the location Officer Deisch arrested 46 year old Alan L. Dean of West Madison Street on trespassing charges.  He was transported to the Marshall...
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Culp Seeks City Council Seat

April 29, 2011
Culp Seeks City Council Seat

05/02/11 Lifetime Plymouth resident, Duane Culp, recently announced his candidacy for the Plymouth City Council, District 1 seat.   Culp, a Republican and a Detective Lieutenant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, filed to run for the seat vacated by Chuck Ripley.    Duane Culp, “Culp the Cutter,”  will work across party lines to  make Plymouth stronger...
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Zeltwanger, Myers Represent Ancilla at I-CASE Conference

April 29, 2011
Zeltwanger, Myers Represent Ancilla at I-CASE Conference

05/02/11 Todd Zeltwanger, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement, and Lily Myers, Ancilla Alumni Association board member, recently represented Ancilla College at the I-CASE conference at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. I-CASE, otherwise known as the Indiana-Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, is the Indiana branch of CASE International, a professional association...
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Pretty Lake Apartment Fire Ruled Accidential

April 29, 2011
Pretty Lake Apartment Fire Ruled Accidential

04/30/11 Firefighters from Plymouth, Argos, Culver and Polk Township responded to a structure fire at 4:59 p.m. Thursday at the Pretty Lake Apartments on Pretty Lake Trail.  Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker said the cause of the fire has been determined at accidental.  As resident was smoking a cigar and left it, he thought...
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Opinion Show 4/29/11 (Guest: Laura Mann-Hemminger House Fundraiser)

April 29, 2011


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Opinion Show 4/28

April 29, 2011


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Pilgrims still unblemished in NLC games after 9-3 win vs Wawasee

April 28, 2011
Pilgrims still unblemished in NLC games after 9-3 win vs Wawasee

Mother Nature has made this week for Plymouth baseball a challenging one.   Two conference games had to be rescheduled for later dates, including a Warsaw game that was supposed to be played a week ago, to be played on Saturday.   On Thursday, chilly temperatures were part of the environment played at Bill Nixon Field,...
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Yellow River Still on the Rise

April 28, 2011
Yellow River Still on the Rise

04/29/11 Mayor Mark Senter is keeping a watchful eye on the Yellow River. The river is coming out of it banks in many areas of town but no streets or homes appear to be in immediate danger.  According to the National Weather Service the Yellow River was at 12.01 at 10:45 a.m. Thursday morning...
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