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Plymouth 5th grader qualifies for State

March 13, 2013
Plymouth 5th grader qualifies for State

  Plymouth Aquatics Club Shark Kylie Dehner has qualified for the 2013 Age Group State Championship meet this weekend in Indianapolis!  Kylie is a 5th grader at Riverside and is the daughter of Kelsey and Chad Beatty and Danny Dehner of Mishawaka.   “She is an extremely hard worker and I’m glad that it...
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Opinion Show 3/13/13

March 13, 2013


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Riverside Girls Earn Tippy Championship

March 13, 2013
Riverside Girls Earn Tippy Championship

The 6th grade A team defeated both of their opponents at the TVMS tournament to earn the championship trophy.  The girls put their defensive and offensive talents on display, and played amazing team basketball.  The first game vs. Whitko was the A team’s toughest opponent of the tournament, and Kacee Peters’ 10 points helped...
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Oliver Ford Shows-Off 2013 Ford Interceptors

March 12, 2013
Oliver Ford Shows-Off 2013 Ford Interceptors

  03/13/13 Tuesday morning police agencies from around the county were invited to Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth to see first-hand the brand new 2013 Ford Interceptors.  These new police vehicles were designed by police officers for officers.   John Oliver, General Manager and Steve Keyser, sales consultant for Oliver hosted the event that...
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2 Arrested After Traffic Stop

March 12, 2013
2 Arrested After Traffic Stop

  03/13/13  On Friday, March 8th at approximately 8 p.m. Deputy Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of US 30 and Plymouth-Goshen Trail.    During the investigation, the driver, 19 year old Brandyn S. Ross of Argos was arrested for operating a vehicle with a...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

March 12, 2013
Arrests by Plymouth Police

  03/13/13  On Monday, March 11th at 1:20 in the afternoon Officer Mark Owen with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the intersection of Walnut and West LaPorte Street in reference to an argument.   Arriving at the location contact was made with 25 year old, Matthew E. Lowry of Plymouth who was found to...
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Culver Schools Announce Kindergarten Round-Up

March 12, 2013
Culver Schools Announce Kindergarten Round-Up

  03/13/13   Culver Community Schools Superintendent Brad Schuldt announces kindergarten enrollment information for the 2013-14 school year.  Kindergarten Roundup will be held Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the Culver Elementary School Cafeteria.  To be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be five years old on or before August 1st, 2013.  Children do...
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Community Invited to Open House for City’s Comprehensive Pla

March 12, 2013
Community Invited to Open House for City’s Comprehensive Pla

  03/13/13 The City of Plymouth assisted by RATIO Architects, Inc. will hold a public open house on Thursday, March 14th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm to gather further input for the update to the City’s 2003 Comprehensive Plan. The open house will take place at the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center,...
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LJH Wrestling Results

March 12, 2013
LJH Wrestling Results

  Saturday the Lincoln Jr. High Wrestling Team ended their season with an exclamation point by winning the NELMSC Conference Tourney.  Lincoln placed 11 out of 20 wrestlers in the finals of the tournament and 5 of those wrestlers walked away as individual champions : Zane Devault at 95 lbs (repeat champion), Micah Calhoun...
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Argos & Bremen Swing Choirs Present Benefit Concert for Riley Hospital

March 12, 2013
Argos & Bremen Swing Choirs Present Benefit Concert for Riley Hospital

 03/13/13 The Argos Swing Choir and Bremen Swing Choir are presenting a benefit concert for Riley Children’s Hospital this Friday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Argos Auditorium.  Attached are a photo of each group and an article describing the upcoming concert.  Any coverage you can give us this week would be greatly...
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