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7th Grade Volleyball

October 1, 2013
7th Grade Volleyball

This weekend the Lincoln 7th VB team traveled to Rolling Prairie Dunes Operational Center. They came away Champions of the second place bracket out of 12 teams. During pool play they beat Elkhart West Side and lost a hard fought game to North Judson Middle School. They went 3 games with Elkhart West Side...
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8th Grade Volleyball results

October 1, 2013
8th Grade Volleyball results

On Saturday the 8th grade Red Storm volleyball team played in the Indian Springs Invitational.  The team breezed through pool play defeating the following teams: Riverview:  25-9, 25-20 Dekalb:  25-8, 25-10 Indian Springs Eagles:  25-5, 25-20 They advanced to the championship match against Ft. Wayne Leo.  The team played hard but came up short...
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Ancilla Volleyball Split Games on the Road

October 1, 2013
Ancilla Volleyball Split Games on the Road

  FORT WAYNE, IN – Lady Chargers go 1-1 at Indiana Tech, winning over Cedarville University JV 25-20, 25-23, and 25-8, but losing to Sinclair College 25-23, 25-13, and 25-12. Ancilla served up a total of nine aces, with Suzanne Grimm dishing out five and Mariah Kinney adding four. Courtney Griffith (32) and Grimm...
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Donnelly Statement on Government Shutdown

October 1, 2013
Donnelly Statement on Government Shutdown

    10/01/13 This evening, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement as the House and Senate failed to reach an agreement to keep the federal government operating.    “Everyone knows Washington is broken, but too few people are talking about what that means for real people.  The economy suffers, people looking for work...
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WALORSKI CO-SPONSORS THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN FAIRNESS ACT

October 1, 2013
WALORSKI CO-SPONSORS THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN FAIRNESS ACT

  10/01/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced her support for H.R. 3160, the Government Shutdown Fairness Act, a bill to prohibit Members of Congress from receiving a salary during a government shutdown.   “The concept is simple.  If lawmakers cannot work together and get the job done for the sake of the American people,...
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Former Owner of A.C.T. Sentenced

September 30, 2013
Former Owner of A.C.T. Sentenced

  10/01/13 Kori Ann Donovan, former owner of A.C.T. (Advanced Care Transport) was sentenced in Federal Court on Monday for submitting false billing to Medicaid over a four and a half year period.  In court evidence showed that A.C.T. routinely inflated the distance of ambulance runs as a way to overcharge the government for...
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Disgruntled Employee Arrested

September 30, 2013
Disgruntled Employee Arrested

  10/01/13  On Friday, September 27th the Plymouth Police Department received numerous complaints on a subject yelling  and screaming near the intersection of Jefferson and Liberty Street.  It was advised that the male subject had been fired earlier in the week by Kessler Crane and he was attempting to protest to get money that...
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Teen Arrested on Multiple Charges

September 30, 2013
Teen Arrested on Multiple Charges

  10/01/13  On Saturday, September 28th at approximately 3:00 a.m. Plymouth Police were dispatched to an apartment building in the 100 block of West LaPorte Street  in reference to a male subject that had forced his way into the apartment.   The caller indicated that the male had a large knife and was intoxicated. ...
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Medrano Arrested for DUI & No License

September 30, 2013
Medrano Arrested for DUI & No License

  10/01/13  On Sunday, September 29th at approximately 3:35 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Wally Derifield responded to a complaint at the intersection of South Michigan Street and Webster Avenue.  Arriving at the scene, 21 year old Jonathan Medrano of Plymouth was located and arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Operating a Vehicle Without...
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Dr. Liechty Honored with Lifetime Achivement Award

September 30, 2013
Dr. Liechty Honored with Lifetime Achivement Award

  10/01/13 The annual meeting of the Marshall County Community Foundation was last week at the Weidner School of Inquiry inside Plymouth High School.    Prior to the meeting, tours of the facility were given by students enrolled in the project based learning institute and hors d’oeuvers were served.  Students also presented a recent...
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