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Archive for March, 2013

The Easter Bunny Visits Miller’s Senior Living

March 26, 2013
The Easter Bunny Visits Miller’s Senior Living

  03/27/13 The first day of spring in Marshall County may have arrived on a cold front but it didn’t stop the Easter Bunny from making a stop at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  The Easter Bunny hopped in to Miller’s at promptly at 5:30 p.m. to visit with residents and guests.  He...
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Trains at Museum to Run for Spring Break Special

March 26, 2013
Trains at Museum to Run for Spring Break Special

  03/27/13 The Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth is partnering with local Dairy Queen for a “Spring Break Special!”  The interactive museum trains will be running from 11AM – 1PM today, Wednesday, March 27 and coupons for a FREE Dairy Queen Dilly Bar, Star Kiss, Ice Cream Sandwich, or Ice Cream Cone will...
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Opinion Show 3/26/13

March 26, 2013


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Kasper Residents Cheer on Chargers

March 26, 2013
Kasper Residents Cheer on Chargers

  03/27/13 Resident’s at the Catherine Kasper Home spent an afternoon cheering on their favorite basketball team, the Ancilla Chargers.  In November members of the Ancilla men’s basketball team paid a visit to the Catherine Kasper Home getting to know the residents.  Resident’s at the Kasper Home then had the opportunity to spend some...
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Chizum Arrested a Drug Warrant

March 26, 2013
Chizum Arrested a Drug Warrant

  03/26/13   On Friday, March 22nd the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department located and arrested 34 year old, Travis L. Chizum of Plymouth in a motel in Roseland, IN.  Chizum was wanted on an active felony manufacturing warrant out of Marshall County after Plymouth Police Officers executed a search warrant on a structure at 1008...
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Vest Arrested on Felony Warrant

March 25, 2013
Vest Arrested on Felony Warrant

  03/26/13   On Friday, March 22nd at 12:50 P.M. Deputy Jonathan Bryant responded to a residence on Walnut Street in LaPaz for a felony warrant service on 19 year old, Bradley W. Vest of Plymouth.  Upon arriving at the residence deputies located and arrested Mr. Vest who was wanted on an active felony warrant...
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County Police Arrest 1 on Theft and Forgery, Seeking 1

March 25, 2013

03/26/13  On Friday, March 15th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a complaint from Steven Hunsberger advising that he had several checks stolen and forged.  During the investigation Deputy Les McFarland had reason to believe that 24 year old, Lacy Holzwart was involved in taking the checks and forging them for currency.  After obtaining...
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Community: Firearms License Application Process Updated; Paper Applications No Longer Accepted

March 25, 2013
Community: Firearms License Application Process Updated; Paper Applications No Longer Accepted

  03/26/13 The Indiana State Police Firearms Section requested media to announce the following information: Please DO NOT request a status check regarding your firearm permit application unless the timeframe significantly exceeds the projected issue dates listed below. Firearms questions can be directed to the Indiana State Police Firearms Licensing Section. ISP is experiencing...
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Triton Art Club Visits Chicago

March 25, 2013
Triton Art Club Visits Chicago

  03/26/13 Recently members of the Triton High School Art Club took a trip to Chicago to visit several art exhibits.  Triton Club members Marissa Moore, Gabby Cretcher, Zarrah Reisman, Devon Rahe, Nick Damron, and Tyler Miller visited the Field Museum in Chicago to see the Cave Art Exhibit! The group traveled with Triton...
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Donnelly Statement on Budget Vote

March 25, 2013
Donnelly Statement on Budget Vote

  03/26/13 Saturday morning, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after voting in favor of the Senate budget proposal.  “I think we need to cut spending and make changes to our tax code as we work our way back to a balanced budget. The budget proposal I voted for today is not perfect,...
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