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Archive for August, 2013

Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

August 16, 2013
Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  08/19/13   Officer Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Marathon Gas Station at 2405 North Michigan Street Thursday after receiving a report of an internal theft by an employee that had occurred between July and August.  The theft of cash initiated an investigation as a review of the video surveillance...
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Senator Head: Improving Indiana Education

August 16, 2013
Senator Head: Improving Indiana Education

   08/19/13 State Senator Randy Head realizes the significance as another school year kicks off.  He said, “It’s important Indiana schools and students have the necessary tools to succeed.”    During the 2013 legislative session, the Indiana General Assembly passed several laws to improve education for students from kindergarten to college. Senator Head highlighted...
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New Student Orientation at Argos High

August 16, 2013
New Student Orientation at Argos High

  08/19/13 Argos Jr.-Sr. High School hosted a New Student Orientation on Thursday, August 13th for 21 new students that were entering grades 7-12.  This event occurred on Teacher Work Day – the day prior to school starting for students so that the new students could become acquainted with each other, the building and...
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New Beginnings at Triton Schools

August 16, 2013
New Beginnings at Triton Schools

  08/19/13 Kindergarten at Triton Elementary School is a room full of new beginnings this year.  The students are beginning their first year at the elementary school as are their teacher, Sarah Blake, and instructional assistant, Johna Snyder.   This is Ms. Blake’s first year as a teacher and Mrs. Snyder’s first year as...
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Ribbon Cutting at Hair Mechanix

August 16, 2013
Ribbon Cutting at Hair Mechanix

  08/19/13 Last month a grand-opening and ribbon cutting celebration was held at the new Hair Mechanix Salon at 515 Beerenbrook Street.    Co-owners Calvin Bailey and April Staulbaum have created a unique beauty shop in the former JEDI Trucking garage building behind Overmyer Water.  The shop is a throwback to the 50’s with...
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Summer Concert Series Contnues at Miller’s

August 16, 2013
Summer Concert Series Contnues at Miller’s

  08/19/13 Jerry Kreamer of Southern Indiana performed at Miller’s Senior Living Community’s Third Summer Concert Series.  Because of the cooler night air the concert was held indoors. Kreamer entertained the capacity crowd with a variety of trumpet music and his fun humor.  Joining him on several trumpet selections was Miller’s Activity Director, Cindy...
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Child Molester Sentenced to 25 Years

August 15, 2013
Child Molester Sentenced to 25 Years

  08/16/13 Charles Barber, 56 of Walkerton, was sentenced Thursday by Judge Robert O. Bowen to fifteen years on a charge of Child Molesting as a Class B felony, enhanced by an additional ten years of imprisonment as an habitual offender for a total prison sentence of 25 years.  Bowen approved an agreement reached...
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Anglemyer Sentenced to 30 Years of Imprisonment for Attempted Murder

August 15, 2013
Anglemyer Sentenced to 30 Years of Imprisonment for Attempted Murder

  08/16/13 Chase Anglemyer, 22, of Goshen, was sentenced Thursday by Judge Robert O. Bowen to thirty years on a charge of attempted murder.  Five years of the sentence was suspended leaving a total prison sentence of 25 years.  Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecutor Nelson Chipman and defense counsel Jason...
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Federal Budget Cuts have Drastic Affects on Local Housing Authority

August 15, 2013
Federal Budget Cuts have Drastic Affects on Local Housing Authority

  08/16/13 The “sequester” which went into action earlier this year is causing major issues for the Marshall County Housing Authority, and other housing authorities around the state.  This week, Donna Vela Director of the Marshall County Housing Authority came before the Marshall County Council to explain her dilemma.  The federal government has cut...
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Watch for Children and School Busses

August 15, 2013
Watch for Children and School Busses

  08/16/13 The 2013-2014 school year has started for Plymouth’s school children and the other schools in Marshall County. The start of school brings increased bus traffic and children waiting or walking near roadways. The Indiana State Police would like to remind motorists to watch for children in school zones and waiting to board...
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