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Archive for February, 2012

Coroner Releases Preliminary Toxicology on Beech Road Traffic Fatality

February 22, 2012
Coroner Releases Preliminary Toxicology on Beech Road Traffic Fatality

  02/23/12 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released preliminary toxicology results on the body of Louis J, Cady of Nappanee who was killed early last Thursday morning when his truck left Beech Road south of 7th. Road in Bourbon, rolled over and landed upside down in a water filled ditch. Cleavenger said all tests...
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MEASLES CASES RISE TO 15 IN CENTRAL INDIANA

February 22, 2012
MEASLES CASES RISE TO 15 IN CENTRAL INDIANA

    02/23/12 Indiana now has a total of 15 confirmed cases of measles, state health officials announced today.  The most recently confirmed case does not pose an increased risk of spreading the disease to others, however, because the individual has been in self-isolation since they themselves were exposed. “Through our investigation, we were made...
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Opinion Show 2/22/12

February 22, 2012


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Mardi Gras Celebration at Miller’s

February 22, 2012
Mardi Gras Celebration at Miller’s

      02/22/12 Another successful Mardi Gras Celebration has come and gone at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  Residents and staff look forward to the festivity all year long. Dietary staff prepared a delicious Cajun buffet that was open to the community.  The menu consisted of Mardi Gras Meatballs, Bayou Slaw, Catfish, Blazin’ Red...
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La Paz Crash Sends Man to Hospital

February 21, 2012
La Paz Crash Sends Man to Hospital

   02/22/12 Tuesday morning the Indiana State Police responded to a personal injury crash that occurred around 11:30 a.m. at the intersection of US 31 and US 6 in La Paz.  The crash sent one man to the hospital by helicopter.      Preliminary police reports indicate that the driver of an east bound Ford...
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3 Injured in Crash at Oak & Jefferson

February 21, 2012
3 Injured in Crash at Oak & Jefferson

  02/22/12 Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS responded to the intersection of West Jefferson Street and Oak Drive at 11:15 a.m. Monday for a personal injury accident.   Officer Mark Owen with the Plymouth Police Department investigated the crash which ended up having three injured.    According to the officer’s report, Phillip Boyd of...
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City Police Report

February 21, 2012
City Police Report

     02/22/12  On Friday, February 17th about 6:00am, Sergeant Joe Deisch of the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 1300 block of Dora Lane for a domestic fight. An investigation led to the arrest of  Brent A. Clemons 40, of Plymouth for a domestic disturbance.  Mr. Clemons was transported to the Marshall County Jail....
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Plans to Begin Construction Again at the Comfort Inn on Michigan Street

February 21, 2012
Plans to Begin Construction Again at the Comfort Inn on Michigan Street

   02/22/12 Construction could begin once more on the Comfort Inn on Michigan Street in Plymouth. For over two years, a sign in front of the structure said the hotel would be opened in 2010. However, with 2010 coming and going, Mayor Mark Senter added the project to his list of what he terms...
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Teen Remains in Critical but Stable Condition

February 21, 2012
Teen Remains in Critical but Stable Condition

   02/22/12 Austin Schoff, 18, remains in critical but stable condition today (Tuesday). The teen was flown to South Bend after being hit by a car in the 10000 block of Michigan Road around 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department reported Lauren Tanner, 17, was driving north on Michigan Road near 11th...
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Ancilla College Announces Tuition Freeze for 2012-2013 School Year

February 21, 2012
Ancilla College Announces Tuition Freeze for 2012-2013 School Year

   02/22/12 Ancilla College will not increase tuition rates for the 2012-2013 school year. The Ancilla College Board of Trustees voted for the “tuition freeze” during their February 20 meeting. The board’s unanimous decision comes as part of a larger effort by the college to keep quality education affordable. “Ancilla College has been, for...
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