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Archive for August, 2013

Bremen ISP Post Checkpoint Results

August 28, 2013
Bremen ISP Post Checkpoint Results

    08/29/13 On August 24th state troopers from the Bremen State Police Post conducted a sobriety checkpoint for three hours in South Bend. The Saturday checkpoint started at 11:00 p.m. and concluded at 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning. The checkpoint was run in conjunction with the Operation Pull Over Blitz campaign, “Drive Sober or...
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Safety App Helps Monitor Outdoor Heat Risk Level

August 28, 2013
Safety App Helps Monitor Outdoor Heat Risk Level

  08/29/13 There is now a tool to help employers and employees understand heat situations and risk levels. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offers a Smartphone app that allows outdoor workers to calculate the heat index for their worksite and displays a risk level based on the heat...
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Coaches Corner 8/28/13

August 28, 2013


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8/27/13 SCOREBOARD

August 28, 2013

Plymouth Lady Pilgrims Volleyball team won their first game of the season, 3-0 vs Laville.   Plymouth Senior Emily Eveland had 7 kills in the win.  Kelsey Gurtner had 4 for Laville.  Plymouth now 1-2 on the season and will face Knox Thursday night, a game heard here on WTCA AM1050.   The Plymouth Boys...
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Blueberry Hank Wood Carving at Festival

August 27, 2013
Blueberry Hank Wood Carving at Festival

  08/28/13 Visitors to the 47th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival over Labor Day weekend in Centennial Park in Plymouth will see a very special piece of artwork.  In fact, it’s a very unique piece of art.    A wooden statue of Blueberry Hank will stand proudly next to information booth number one near...
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Quotes Opened for Repairs at Firehouse

August 27, 2013
Quotes Opened for Repairs at Firehouse

    08/28/13 Monday night quotes were opened on the list of repairs that Fire Chief Rod Miller wants to have completed at the firehouse during the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Two local companies submitted quotes; Heritage Custom Builders owned by Tom and Tony McCan had a quote of $57,950 while...
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Mechanical Engineer Professor from Purdue Speaks to 3rd & 4th Graders

August 27, 2013
Mechanical Engineer Professor from Purdue Speaks to 3rd & 4th Graders

  08/28/13 Jefferson Elementary 3rd and 4th graders may likely say they want to be an engineer when they grow up after listening to Dr. Tahira Reid’s presentation at their school. Dr. Reid is a mechanical engineering professor from Purdue University. She shared her experience of designing a mechanical double-dutch jump rope machine. Her...
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Carnegie Held on $100,000 Bond for Meth

August 27, 2013
Carnegie Held on $100,000 Bond for Meth

  08/08/28/13  On Sunday, August 25th at approximately 9:10 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser conducted a traffic stop in BP Gas Station Parking lot.  During the investigation it was found that 26 year old Juan Ochoa of Plymouth was operating a vehicle after having been adjudged a Habitual Traffic Violator.  Ochoa was taken...
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Volunteers Needed for 15th Habitat Home

August 27, 2013
Volunteers Needed for 15th Habitat Home

  08/28/13 Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County will start construction of its 15th home in Marshall County after Labor Day. The home will be located at 824 N. Plum St. Plymouth.   A ground breaking ceremony will be held at the building site on Sunday, Sept 8th, 1:30 PM. The Rev Lester Johnson,...
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Ancilla Alumni Association to Host Blueberry Bicycle Cruise

August 27, 2013
Ancilla Alumni Association to Host Blueberry Bicycle Cruise

  08/28/13 Ancilla Alumni Association is set to hold its 23rd Annual Blueberry Bicycle Cruise (BBC) this coming Saturday, August 31.  This event takes place in association with the annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival. The ride is a hit with participants every year.  There are four routes to choose from including 31, 41, and...
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