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Archive for September, 2012

Tony Ross to Sing with M.C. Church Orchestra

September 6, 2012
Tony Ross to Sing with M.C. Church Orchestra

 09/07/12  The Marshall County Church Orchestra will perform its final “Concert in the Park” series to coincide with National Assisted Living Week.  The orchestra under the direction of Don Harness will appear at Miller’s Senior Living Community on September 9, at6:00 p.m.  The concert will take place rain or shine. The orchestra will present...
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9/5/12 PHS SCOREBOARD

September 6, 2012
9/5/12 PHS SCOREBOARD

   Last night in Boys Soccer,  the Argos Dragons defeated the Plymouth Rockies Soccer team 8-1.   Argos played a controlled game from the outset.  Dragon Forward Zach Stockman scored the “hat trick” with two of those goals coming in the first half.  Argos improves to 5-1 on the season, Plymouth falls to 2-5-3 and...
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Car Crashed into Gas Pump at Family Express

September 5, 2012
Car Crashed into Gas Pump at Family Express

  09/06/12 Wednesday night about 9:20 emergency responders from Plymouth were dispatched to the Family Express at the corner of Jefferson Street and Oak Driver for the report of a car that crashed into a gas pump.  The dispatcher said the pump was on fire and there was fire underneath the car.   When...
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Toth Asks Commissioners for Lake Test Funding

September 5, 2012
Toth Asks Commissioners for Lake Test Funding

  09/06/12 Joe Toth from Lake of the Woods appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners this week to discuss concerns he has with testing of the lakes within the county. Toth said, “There are problems on our lakes that started in 2011 and IDEM and the DNR say they can’t test the lakes because...
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Weekend Arrests by Plymouth Police

September 5, 2012
Weekend Arrests by Plymouth Police

 09/06/12 On Saturday, September 1st at 10:25 PM Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper arrested 52 year old Darwin Linderman of Plymouth on public intoxication charges.  He was transported and booked into the Marshall County Jail with a $500 bond.  He was released on Monday, September 3rd at 10:55 AM with no judicial review. A...
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Utility Bill Payment Scam

September 5, 2012
Utility Bill Payment Scam

   09/06/12 A scam targeting utility customers is impacting several states across the country. Many utility customers throughout the nation, including some NIPSCO customers, have been affected by this scam. Victims are asked to provide personal information, such as a Social Security number, in exchange for a payment from the government applied to their...
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County Police Investigate Crashes

September 5, 2012
County Police Investigate Crashes

 09/06/12 On Saturday, September 1st at 4:18 PM Patrolman Kerry Brouyette with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to State Road 10 east of 17C Road for a personal injury accident involving two vehicles.  During his investigation it was learned that a 2005 KIA Sportage SUV driven by 30 year old by Jeremy Hoke...
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Woman Takes Own Life in Plymouth

September 5, 2012
Woman Takes Own Life in Plymouth

  09/06/12 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger reported that a 28 year old South Bend woman took her own life over the Labor Day weekend in Plymouth. Plymouth Police were called to a residence on Nursery Street late Friday evening where the body of the woman, identified as 28 year old Rebecca Loness of...
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Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with New Tech Middle School

September 5, 2012
Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with New Tech Middle School

  09/06/12 The Plymouth School Board heard a proposal on Tuesday night that could lead to the formation of a New Tech Middle School academy for the 2012-2013 school year. Speaking to the Board was Amy Gerard, K-8 Project Based Learning (PBL) coordinator, for the Plymouth Schools. Gerard said, “New Tech matches the strategic...
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The Possibility of Rain Cancelles Public Safety Fair

September 5, 2012
The Possibility of Rain Cancelles Public Safety Fair

  09/06/12 Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director, Clyde Avery announced Wednesday afternoon the cancellation of the District 2 Emergency Response Public Safety Fair that was scheduled for this Friday, September 7th in Centennial Park from 2 until 7 p.m. Avery said, “The event has been cancelled due to concerns over weather.”  He continued,...
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