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Archive for September, 2013

Chance Skaggs Arrested for Stolen Property and Legend Drug

September 18, 2013
Chance Skaggs Arrested for Stolen Property and Legend Drug

  09/19/13  On Tuesday, September 17th at approximately 4:15 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Matt Emenhiser served a warrant at 802 North Plum Street.  The warrant was for 25 year old Chance M. Skaggs of Mishawaka.  Skaggs was taken into custody for the active warrant. He was also found to be in possession of a...
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Blazin’ BBQ & Bluegrass Cook-Off this Weekend

September 18, 2013
Blazin’ BBQ & Bluegrass Cook-Off this Weekend

  09/19/13  Summer is winding down but there is still plenty of summer left, so stop looking and head to the First Annual Blazin’ BBQ and Bluegrass Cook Off Contest presented  by the Marshall County Visitors and Tourism Office!  On Friday, September 21st from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., teams from across the country will...
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3 Arrested for Meth on 14B Road

September 18, 2013
3 Arrested for Meth on 14B Road

  09/19/13  On Tuesday, September 17th at approximately 10:30 a.m. Marshall County Deputy Ryan Hollopeter conducted a traffic stop in the area of the 16,000 block of 14B Road. Assisting Deputy Hollopeter was Deputies Les McFarland and Jonathan Bryant. An investigation into the traffic stop led officers to locate evidence for the manufacturing of...
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New Tech Students Learn about Civil War from Re-enactors

September 18, 2013
New Tech Students Learn about Civil War from Re-enactors

  09/19/13 The Weidner School of Inquiry in Plymouth High School was proud to invite local Civil War re-enactors to launch the next project for the integrated English and US History course titled American Perspectives.   Re-enactors Eric Anderson, Ted Shafer, and Jerry Smith joined American Perspectives Facilitators Jeff Corso and John Kozlovich in...
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Emergency Preparedness: Don’t Forget About Pets

September 18, 2013
Emergency Preparedness: Don’t Forget About Pets

  09/19/13 Pets are important members of most households so, while preparing for possible emergencies, don’t overlook the needs of pets, says the Indiana StateBoard of Animal Health (BOAH) and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS). September is National Preparedness Month and officials recommend Hoosiers turn awareness into action and adopt the goal of being self-reliant for at...
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Ancilla College Celebrates Constitution Day

September 18, 2013
Ancilla College Celebrates Constitution Day

  09/19/13 Students, faculty, and staff gathered Tuesday to recognize and celebrate Constitution Day. September 17 was this year’s Constitution Day meant to acknowledge the adoption of the Constitution, the work of those who created it, as well as all of those who have become United States citizens.  It is also sometimes referred to...
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Free Exercise Classes Offered at Webster Center

September 18, 2013
Free Exercise Classes Offered at Webster Center

  09/19/13  Once again the Plymouth Park Department will be offering free exercise classes that will be starting on Monday, September 23rd at the Webster Center.   Jane Fuentes will be the instructor for the classes that are held on Mondays and Tuesdays.  Classes are held every Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6 and participants...
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WALORSKI MOVES TO LOWER PRICES AT THE PUMP

September 18, 2013
WALORSKI MOVES TO LOWER PRICES AT THE PUMP

  09/19/13 Coming off another summer of high gas prices, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) teamed up with Congressman Lee Terry (NE-02) to reintroduce the Gas Accessibility and Stabilization (GAS) Act (H.R.2823) in the House of Representatives. “When I speak with Hoosiers at home, I constantly hear from concerned moms and dads about high prices...
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Blueberry Festival Donates to M.C. Church Orchestra

September 18, 2013
Blueberry Festival Donates to M.C. Church Orchestra

  09/19/13 The Marshall County Church Orchestra performs around the county and does not charge a fee for their concerts.  Recently there were honored to perform at the 2013 Marshall County Blueberry Festival.  The volunteer organization performs under the direction of Don Harness and their performances offer a variety of music including classical, hymns,...
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Chargers Defeated by Cougars

September 18, 2013
Chargers Defeated by Cougars

  PLYMOUTH, IN – With a score of 25-22, 25-14, and 25-23 Ancilla volleyball lost to Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Mariah Kinney and Amber Redinger both had eight kills while Mieka Wagner added four. 22 assists came from Courtney Griffith (12) and Suzanne Grimm (10). The defense was led by Hannah Sneed with twelve digs. Griffith...
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