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Twenty-four year old Lacey Holzwart nets 16 year prison term for Selling LSD

October 10, 2013
Twenty-four year old Lacey Holzwart nets 16 year prison term for Selling LSD

  10/11/13  Lacey Nicole Holzwart, 24, of rural Argos was handed a 16 year prison sentence to the Indiana Department of Corrections for selling LSD to a confidential informant in a controlled buy arrangement.  Senior Judge Walter Palmer approved a previously filed agreement between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman and defense attorney Edward...
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Weslyan Church Band, Jasper Stone to Open for Jeremy Camp

October 10, 2013
Weslyan Church Band, Jasper Stone to Open for Jeremy Camp

  10/11/13 The group “Jasper Stone Band” which is based out of The Plymouth Wesleyan Church and drew such a large crowd on Gospel Saturday, was selected to open for the Jeremy Camp concert in Fort Wayne later this month.  Jeremy is a nationally known Contemporary Christian music singer.   Jasper Stone was in a...
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12th Road Warning Siren is Operational, 15B Road Siren is Not

October 10, 2013
12th Road Warning Siren is Operational, 15B Road Siren is Not

  10/11/13 The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency announced Thursday afternoon that the warning siren on 12th Road on the Plymouth Speedway property is now working.  In June the EMA announced that the siren was not operational after it malfunctioned and sounded for nearly three hours.  Work began to correct the problem and Allied...
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Gibons Arrested on Civil Warrant

October 10, 2013
Gibons Arrested on Civil Warrant

  10/11/13  On Wednesday, October 9th at approximately 11:15 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to a residence at 1007 Ed Cook Boulevard in reference to a warrant service.  Arriving at the location, Officer Workman located and arrested 25 year old Crystal L. Gibson who resided at the residence for an active civil...
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Opinion Show 10-10-13 United Way/5-Star

October 10, 2013


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Pumpkin Carving Demonstration at Museum

October 10, 2013
Pumpkin Carving Demonstration at Museum

  10/11/13 The Marshall County Museum will be hosting a Pumpkin Carving Demonstration this Friday evening starting at 5 p.m.  There will be a variety of pumpkins displayed to inspire you to create your own unique pumpkin.   Visit the museum Friday evening for a tour and a chance to check out those exhibits you...
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Final Farmers’ Market for the Season

October 10, 2013
Final Farmers’ Market for the Season

  10/11/13 Sad to say, this Saturday’ is the final Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) of the season. It’s also the last market in its current location. Look for opening day in our new space May 10, 2014. This Saturday youngsters will have an opportunity to paint a pumpkin donated by the vendors. Tom Keb...
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Plymouth Rotary Club Welcomes Entrepreneur and Journalist Gerry Dick

October 10, 2013
Plymouth Rotary Club Welcomes Entrepreneur and Journalist Gerry Dick

  10/11/13 Are you interested in hearing the latest about the climate for business in Indiana? Join Plymouth Rotary for lunch and a talk by Gerry Dick on Monday, November 11, at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth, 830 Lincolnway East in Plymouth. Lunch starts promptly at noon. The cost is $9.00 for the full...
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Triton 4th Graders Visit “Forks of the Wabash”

October 10, 2013
Triton 4th Graders Visit “Forks of the Wabash”

  10/11/13 All fourth graders in Indiana study Indiana History.  Fourth grade students at Triton Elementary School recently took an educational field trip to “Forks of the Wabash” historic museum park near Huntington.  The park features several historic buildings, trails and remnants of the Wabash and Erie Canal.  Students visited the home of Chiefs’...
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Red Cross Urges Public to Fall into the Habit of Year-Round Blood Donation

October 10, 2013
Red Cross Urges Public to Fall into the Habit of Year-Round Blood Donation

10/11/13 Outside, leaves are changing to a dazzling array of fiery red, brilliant gold and bright orange hues.                                Inside the hospitals served by the Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross, blood needs are constant for patients diagnosed with cancer and other serious illnesses; victims of automobile and other accidents; infants born...
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