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County has New Veterans Service Officer

February 4, 2013
County has New Veterans Service Officer

  02/05/13 Pam Schweitzer-Betz, the County’s new Veterans Service Officer appeared before the Marshall County Commissioner Monday with a progress report. Schweitzer-Betz was officially appointed to the position beginning January 7th although she has been in the position as temporary help since mid October. She served two years as a combat medic in the...
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New Chief Takes Oath of Office

February 4, 2013
New Chief Takes Oath of Office

 02/05/13 Mayor Mark Senter looked on Friday afternoon as City Clerk Treasure Toni Hutchings administered the Oath of Office to newly appointed Police Chief Dave bacon. Just a week earlier the mayor announced a change in leadership for the Police Department.  Chief Jim Cox had been in the position for nine years. Senter said,...
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Arrests by City Officers

February 4, 2013
Arrests by City Officers

02/05/13 On Friday, February 1st at 6:38 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland conducted a traffic stop at U.S. 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail.  19 year old Ramiro Guerrero from Illinois was clocked traveling 66 mph in a 50 mph zone. During the stop it was found that Mr. Guerrero had never received a...
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Plymouth School Board Considers Contract with Safety Consultant

February 4, 2013
Plymouth School Board Considers Contract with Safety Consultant

02/05/13 The Plymouth School Board will meet on Tuesday, February 5 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Board Room. The meeting is open to the public; however comments from the public are restricted to agenda items only. Agenda items include: Introduction of Focus on Learning; report on Classroom Innovations Grant; and consideration of the...
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3 PHS Wrestlers Headed to Semi-State

February 4, 2013
3 PHS Wrestlers Headed to Semi-State

  02/05/13 The Plymouth Rockies Wrestling Team competed at the Rochester Regional Tournament on Saturday. Head Coach Bob Read said, “We lost so many close matches, a lot of i-point and 2-point losses.”  He continued, “When you get to this level, you have to win those.  That’s where you get into the mental aspect...
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PHS Basketball Homecoming

February 4, 2013
PHS Basketball Homecoming

02/05/13 Plymouth High School celebrated the Basketball Homecoming Friday night with the crowning of the 2013 Prince and Princess and the King and Queen.   Freshman Curtis Smith was named Prince and Junior Emmelyn Brandt was crowned Princess.   During halftime of the Varsity Game Senior Jake Harley was named King and Andria Shook...
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Triton Students Honored for Grade Improvement

February 4, 2013
Triton Students Honored for Grade Improvement

  02/05/13 Two Triton High School 9th grade students are pictured with the rewards they received for outstanding math skill improvements in the ALEKS software program.  Since starting in October, Mason Ousley’s skills have improved by 36%.  Libby Goodrich has improved by 40%! As a reward for their hard work they both received Subway...
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CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI URGES APPROVAL OF KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE

February 4, 2013
CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI URGES APPROVAL OF KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE

  02/05/13 As part of a bipartisan effort to create more jobs, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) signed a letter to the President urging swift approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline. “We have the opportunity to create thousands of good-paying jobs for American workers, stimulating our economy and contributing to our nation’s movement toward energy...
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Opinion Show 2/4/13

February 4, 2013


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NORMA B. DILLINGHAM – 92 – of Plymouth

February 4, 2013
NORMA B. DILLINGHAM – 92 – of Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.  
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