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Archive for January, 2013

PHS & LJH Speak Up 200 Distinction

January 16, 2013
PHS & LJH Speak Up 200 Distinction

 01/17/13 Two hundred schools and districts across the country were recognized for incorporating feedback from their students and teachers as they develop strategic plans, make budgeting decisions, enhance their curriculum and determine professional development needs.  Project Tomorrow ®, a national education nonprofit, announced this year’s Speak Up 200, a collection of the top K-12...
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WALORSKI: CONGRESS MUST START LIVING WITHIN ITS MEANS

January 16, 2013
WALORSKI: CONGRESS MUST START LIVING WITHIN ITS MEANS

  01/17/13 In her first speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, Tuesday evening Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) discussed the urgent need to cut wasteful spending and restore fiscal sanity in Washington.  Guided by her common sense Hoosier values, Walorski called on Congress and the President to pass a responsible deficit...
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Opinion Show 1/15/13

January 16, 2013


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Police Chief Cox Presents 2012 Activity Report

January 15, 2013
Police Chief Cox Presents 2012 Activity Report

  01/16/13 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox presented the 2012 Annual Activity Report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening.  The report begins with 9,222 calls for information.  Officers handled 3,383 complaints last year and conducted 2,911 traffic stops.  City Police officers initiated 2,911 traffic stops, conducted 2,534 security...
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County Council Holds Reorganization Meeting

January 15, 2013
County Council Holds Reorganization Meeting

01/16/13 The Marshall County Council held their first meeting of the new year on Monday morning and voted to retain the current officers; Matt Haskins President and Don Morrison as Vice President. Judy Stone was again appointed to serve the council as the MACOG representative and will actually be the 1st Vice-President of MACOG...
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Friday Crash on Oak Drive

January 15, 2013
Friday Crash on Oak Drive

  01/16/13 Only minor injuries were the result of a two vehicle crash on Oak Drive Friday afternoon. Plymouth Office Shelly Cleveland invested the crash which involved two pick-up trucks.   According to the crash report, 48 year old Gary Masterson of Plymouth was stopped, northbound on Oak Drive in the left hand lane...
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Update on Argos Stand-Off with 4 Arrests

January 15, 2013
Update on Argos Stand-Off with 4 Arrests

01/16/13 On Monday, January 14th, 2013 at approximately 1:20 pm, the Marshall County Police Department, the (UNIT) Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team, Plymouth Police Department K-9 Unit, and the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team served a search warrant and arrest warrants at 5663 18thRoad in Argos. The search warrant and arrest warrants stemmed from...
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Arrests by City Police

January 15, 2013
Arrests by City Police

  01/16/13  On Friday, January 11th at 2:42 PM, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart after receiving a report of a shoplifter.  Upon arriving, 28 year old, Moriah A. Young of Winona Lake was taken into custody for theft and was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on...
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Triton H.S. Financial Aid Night 1/17/13

January 15, 2013
Triton H.S. Financial Aid Night 1/17/13

  01/16/13  Triton High School will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Thursday, January 17th at 7:00 PM in the High School Library.  This program will provide financial aid information to high school seniors and their parents, or anyone else in the community who plans to attend a post secondary institution during the...
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County Election Board to Meet Thursday

January 15, 2013
County Election Board to Meet Thursday

01/16/13 The Marshall County Election Board will meet Thursday, January 17th at 8:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office in the Court House.  Members of the Election Board include Clerk – Julie Fox, Republican representative – Nelson Chipman, and Democrat representative – Roger Wise. Under new business the Election Board will discuss the software maintenance...
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