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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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Warrent Served, Ancilla Athletes Arrested for Drinking

August 15, 2013
Warrent Served, Ancilla Athletes Arrested for Drinking

  08/16/13   On Wednesday, August 14th at 3:41 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite was dispatched to 108 Oak Hill Avenue in reference to giving a message to a male subject.  Arriving at the location, 29 year old Marcus Back who lived at the residence answered the door and was believed to have active warrants...
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Tornado of Tomatoes at Farmers’ Market Saturday

August 15, 2013
Tornado of Tomatoes at Farmers’ Market Saturday

  08/16/13  This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature musical entertainment by Jerry Hundt performing blues. It’s also the annual tomato taste testing ‘Tornado of Tomatoes’—it’s not just about beef steak—they’ll be a variety of heritage tomatoes to try. The PFM is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River Park Square...
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Concerts in the Park at Culver this Weekend

August 15, 2013
Concerts in the Park at Culver this Weekend

08/16/13 Donna McKee, Culver Park and Recreation Program Director is excited to announce a double feature for this weekend’s “Concert in the Park.”  On Saturday Culver Park and Recreation presents 106 Chicago in another “Concert in the Park” series.  Their performance of country, blues and a little bit of rock bill begin at 8...
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No Parking on Garro Street Between River & Water Streets

August 15, 2013
No Parking on Garro Street Between River & Water Streets

  08/16/13  Plymouth’s City Engineer, Rick Gaul is warning citizens of  traffic restrictions this Friday morning.  As part of the River Park Square project, Michiana Contracting will be installing new curbs on the south side of Garro Street in the area between Water and River Streets.  Because two-way traffic will be maintained during the...
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Woodcarved Pirate Ship on Display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library

August 15, 2013
Woodcarved Pirate Ship on Display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library

  08/16/13 On display now through the end of August at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is a hand carved, intricately detailed wood pirate ship completed by the Goodtime Woodcarvers Club. The 5 foot long ship, named the “Swashbuckler,” is complete with sails, cannons, parrots, and pirates in various states of activity, even walking the...
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Falloween at John Glenn High School Sept. 13-15

August 15, 2013
Falloween at John Glenn High School Sept. 13-15

  08/16/13  The 2013 Falloween Fest in Walkerton is a 3-Day Fall Festival that takes place on the campus of John Glenn High School.  The festival begins at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, September 13th with a Grand Parade and continues on through September 15th with a variety of events.   The Falloween is a family oriented festival...
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