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DONNELLY, COLLINS: FORTY HOURS IS FULL TIME

June 19, 2013
DONNELLY, COLLINS: FORTY HOURS IS FULL TIME

       06/20/13 Wednesday, Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Joe Donnelly (D-IN) took a two-pronged approach to addressing what is an increasing problem around the country: employers needing a better definition of and clarity on “full-time employee” under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).    Collins said, “The new health care law...
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HOF Dean Foster returns to the bench at O.D.

June 19, 2013

  By AL LESAR South Bend Tribune Coaching high school basketball is a young man’s game. At least that’s the impression Dean Foster was getting. At 66 years old, a veteran of 36 seasons as a head coach with a resume that includes a 436-360 record at six schools with one State Finals appearance,...
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Morgan Uceny gets ready for a another National Title bid

June 19, 2013
Morgan Uceny gets ready for a another National Title bid

  06/20/13 Plymouth native Morgan Uceny is getting ready to hopefully change her luck this weekend at the US Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, IA.  She will try to become one of the top three runners in the 1500m race to make ” Team USA” for the Outdoor World Games in...
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Plymouth Yoders U12 Win Ove Millersburg

June 19, 2013
Plymouth Yoders U12 Win Ove Millersburg

    On Saturday, May 15th the boys traveled to Millersburg.  Plymouth won with a score of 12-2.  Austin Arriaga was the winning pitcher and Kendall Himes came in to pitch the last two innings. Austin Arriaga had a hit and an RBI. Evan Zeigler had a hit. Clay Hilliard had a hit. Cole...
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Computer and I Pads in Plymouth Schools

June 18, 2013
Computer and I Pads in Plymouth Schools

    06/19/13 Keeping track of some 3, 750  technology units (computers and I Pads combined) hasn’t been easy for the Plymouth Schools, but administrators find it well worth the time and expense to make sure students are gaining 21st Century skills. Every student in the school corporation plus many staff members had a...
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Richard Sterling Frid – 66 – from Plymouth

June 18, 2013
Richard Sterling Frid – 66 – from Plymouth

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Plymouth Man Arrested

June 18, 2013
Plymouth Man Arrested

    06/19/13  On Sunday evening June 16th at approximately Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman attempted to stop a vehicle traveling west on Hoham Drive.  The vehicle failed to stop and Officer Workman pursued the vehicle as it traveled west on 6B Road into Starke County.  Officers assisting in the pursuit were from the...
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Pick-up Truck Stolen from 16000 Block of Muckshaw Road

June 18, 2013
Pick-up Truck Stolen from 16000 Block of Muckshaw Road

  06/19/13  On Monday, June 17th at 11:37 A.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Giodano received a report of a stolen vehicle from the Leonard Chambers residence in the 16000 block of Muckshaw Road in Argos.  Chambers said that sometime between 4:00 A.M. and 8:00 A.M. Monday unknown subjects removed his Silver, Dodge Ram...
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Marshall County Crash Sends Bremen Men to the Hospital

June 18, 2013
Marshall County Crash Sends Bremen Men to the Hospital

  06/19/13 Monday evening shortly before 5:00 p.m., state police officers and rescue personnel responded to a personal injury accident on State Road 331 near 4C Road in Bremen. Troopers arrived on scene to find a 2000 Plymouth Neon that collided with the rear end of a 1967 Austin Mini Cooper. Purportedly the driver...
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Results of Operation Pull Over in Plymouth

June 18, 2013
Results of Operation Pull Over in Plymouth

  06/19/13 The Plymouth Police Department participated in Operation Pull Over from May 17th through June 2nd in and around the City of Plymouth.  Officers with the Plymouth Police Department worked extra hours patrolling the streets.  As a result of Operation Pull Over 92 citations were written and 53 written warnings were handed out. ...
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