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Rogge Arrested on Multiple Warrants

July 29, 2013
Rogge Arrested on Multiple Warrants

  07/30/13  On Saturday, July 27th at approximately 10:20 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch responded to 830 Lincolnway East in reference to a warrant service.  Arriving at the location, Officer Deisch located and arrested 33 year old Curtis L. Rogge of Plymouth for three active warrants out of Marshall County.  Rogge was transported...
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WALORSKI, LUCAS HOST AGRICULTURE ROUNDTABLE IN KNOX

July 29, 2013
WALORSKI, LUCAS HOST AGRICULTURE ROUNDTABLE IN KNOX

  07/30/13 Joined by House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas (OK-3), Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Monday hosted a roundtable discussion with Hoosier farmers to address important issues facing the agriculture industry.  Held by Starke County Farm Bureau President Brad Lawrence at LTL Farms in Knox, Walorski and Lucas provided a legislative update on the...
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Uceny Places 5th in Sainsbury Anniversary Games in London

July 29, 2013
Uceny Places 5th in Sainsbury Anniversary Games in London

  07/30/13 Plymouth and Marshall County’s Olympic Champion Morgan Uceny participated in the Sainsbury Anniversary Games in London this past Friday.  Morgan, a professional middle distance runner from Plymouth was back in the stadium where she stumbled to the track during last year’s Olympic finals in the 1500.  The fall was a devastating blow...
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August 1st, Ancilla College to host New Student Orientation

July 29, 2013
August 1st, Ancilla College to host New Student Orientation

    07/30/13 New students are required to attend an Orientation Day. Two events are scheduled– August 1st and 15th, both starting at 12 noon (EDT) with lunch and presentations by college staffers. Students transferring to Ancilla, adult learners, and recent high school graduates will be introduced to the college and campus as well...
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Last Chance to Add Recipes to Plymouth Library Commerative Cookbook

July 29, 2013
Last Chance to Add Recipes to Plymouth Library Commerative Cookbook

  07/30/13 Time is almost up! If you’d like to see your favorite family recipe in print, you need to submit it to the Plymouth Public Library by next Thursday, August 1 to be included in our centennial commemorative cookbook, “Your Grandmother’s Cookbook.” If you can’t make it to the library, you can also...
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Enjoying the Weather at Miller’s

July 29, 2013
Enjoying the Weather at Miller’s

  07/30/13 The past week has been a beautiful weather week.  The humidity has disappeared for a while and the beautiful sunshine and cool breeze is drawing people outside.  These three friends from Miller’s Assisted Living found a shady, peaceful spot to enjoy each other’s company on a recent sunny afternoon.  The back yard...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Elkhart Man for 106 MPH

July 28, 2013
Bourbon Police Arrest Elkhart Man for 106 MPH

  07/29/13 On Saturday, July 27th Officer Mathew Haskins of the Bourbon Police Department received a complaint of reckless driving on Center Street near Rose Lane.  He observed the vehicle and clocked the black Ford Mustang going 106 miles per hour.  Officer Haskins was able to stop the vehicle on 12B Road just outside...
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Arrested by Plymouth Police

July 28, 2013
Arrested by Plymouth Police

  07/29/13 On Thursday evening about 5:30 Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 42 year old Jamie Howell of Plymouth.  Howell was stopped on Michigan Street, north of Skylane Drive for driving while suspended with a prior charge.  He was also found to be in possession of marijuana and methamphetamine.  Howell was lodged in...
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County Plan Commission Sends Favorable Recommendation to Commissioners on Fines

July 28, 2013
County Plan Commission Sends Favorable Recommendation to Commissioners on Fines

07/29/13 Marshall County Plan Director Ralph Booker brought a resolution to the Marshall County Plan Commission on Thursday night to revise the current county zoning ordinance regarding fines for infractions. Currently the ordinance is written to say that infractions will draw “…a fine of $200 per day…” after receipt of notice of the infraction....
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Motorcycle Ride August 24 Supporting Christmas for Kids

July 28, 2013
Motorcycle Ride August 24 Supporting Christmas for Kids

  07/29/12 Organizers of the annual motorcycle ride to raise money for Christmas For Kids (formerly known as Shop With a Cop) have stepped up this year’s preparations. The event, that has raised thousands of dollars over the last six years, attracts some 135 riders each year. The proceeds of the ride are added...
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