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14 year old Operator of Speeding Stolen Boat on Lake Wawasee to Face Charges/Underage Drinking Party

June 11, 2012
14 year old Operator of Speeding Stolen Boat on Lake Wawasee to Face Charges/Underage Drinking Party

   06/12/12 (Syracuse)  Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the theft of a boat from its slip on Lake Wawasee on Friday June 8th, 2012.  Officer Jerry Hoerdt was on boat patrol at 10:30pm when he witnessed a boat traveling at approximately 30mph speeding across the lake.  Officer Hoerdt followed the boat with his emergency...
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Post 27 Diamond Spyders get two in season openers

June 11, 2012
Post 27 Diamond Spyders get two in season openers

The 2012 Season for Plymouth Post 27 baseball started in fine fashion on Saturday afternoon.  It was a doubleheader against Highland Post 180 in which Plymouth won the first game 8-1 and winning the second game 5-2. Game One seen Tippecanoe Valley lefty James Hackworth, for Plymouth, go the distance in 7 innings of...
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Conley Signs with Ancilla Basketball

June 11, 2012
Conley Signs with Ancilla Basketball

  ROOTSTOWN, OH – Rootstown High School’s Mike Conley has signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Ancilla College starting in the fall of 2012.   A 6’0 guard, Conley was named All-Northeast Ohio Division III 2nd team and All-State Division III Honorable Mention last season. He also earned All-Portage Trail Conference...
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Hopple Names Assistant Principal at LJH

June 10, 2012
Hopple Names Assistant Principal at LJH

    06/11/12 The Plymouth School Board has welcomed Craig Hopple to the Lincoln Junior High for the 2012-2013 school year. Hopple will assume the duties of assistant principal of the school. Hopple comes to Plymouth after being in the Culver Community Schools for 21 years. He taught sixth grade from 1991-2005 in the same...
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PHS Seed Club Participates in Green Lockers Program

June 10, 2012
PHS Seed Club Participates in Green Lockers Program

    06/11/12  On the last day of school at PHS, the SEED Club members, approximately 30 students, collected items during locker clean-out from students that wanted to donate to the community.      This program is called Green Lockers and has been implemented for the past three years at the high school.  The members collected...
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County Council Meeting Scheduled for Monday Morning

June 10, 2012
County Council Meeting Scheduled for Monday Morning

    06/11/12 Members of the Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their short agenda includes an update of juvenile detention and care of patients and inmates by Mary Jane Walsworth and James Pheibush from the Probation Department. The Council...
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PHS Grad & Purdue Senior Traveler Mae Christiansen

June 8, 2012
PHS Grad & Purdue Senior Traveler Mae Christiansen

  06/11/12 Mae Christiansen will be starting her senior year at Purdue University with a new appreciation for people from all over the world and their histories. After spending three weeks touring Helsinki, Finland and then traveling on to Russia and Estonia, Christiansen is beginning her senior year and majoring in history. She said,...
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Coats Calls for Senate Vote on House-Passed Medical Device Tax Repeal

June 8, 2012
Coats Calls for Senate Vote on House-Passed Medical Device Tax Repeal

   06/11/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Friday called for a Senate vote on legislation passed by the House of Representatives that would repeal the 2.3 percent tax imposed on medical device manufacturers under Obamacare: “It is extremely important to Indiana’s economy that this tax is repealed before it goes into effect,” said Coats. “Taxing...
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ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

June 8, 2012
ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

   06/11/12 Most television viewers have seen at least part of a CSI or Law and Order episode.  These shows seemed to have spurred a new interest in law enforcement and forensics.  Now the Indiana State Police is giving young people an up close look at law enforcement through its youth camps program.    ...
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Ancilla College Hosts Fourth Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

June 8, 2012
Ancilla College Hosts Fourth Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

   06/11/12 The 4th annual Tri Ancilla event was held on Saturday, May 19th, under sunny skies and warm temperatures. A field of 140 participants from five different states converged upon Ancilla College and the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Ministry Center for Ancilla College’s annual sprint triathlon. Men and women, ranging in age...
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