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What’s Your Opinion 12-24-14

December 30, 2014


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Update 5 AM: Officer Involved Shooting in Plymouth

December 30, 2014
Update 5 AM: Officer Involved Shooting in Plymouth

Marshall County – The Indiana State Police is investigating a shooting that involved two officers and an armed man Monday night in Plymouth.  One of the officers involved in the shooting works for the Plymouth Police Department and the other is a trooper stationed out of the Bremen Post.  The state police are heading...
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Vote for the South Bend Cubs PA Announcer

December 29, 2014
Vote for the South Bend Cubs PA Announcer

After receiving hundreds of applications and demo reels, the South Bend Cubs have narrowed their search for the next Public Address Announcer at Four Winds Field. Their decision was so difficult, instead of 10 semi-finalists, the field was narrowed down to 11. The South Bend Cubs now need the fans help. Below is a...
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M.C. Historical Society Special Kids Event December 31st

December 29, 2014
M.C. Historical Society Special Kids Event December 31st

The Marshall County Historical Society will host a special end of year model train event for the children this Wednesday, December 31st. Kids! Come see the last train of 2014 at the Marshall County Historical Society from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There will be giveaways, games and lots of fun and all children...
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Officer Involved Shooting at K-Mart

December 29, 2014
Officer Involved Shooting at K-Mart

Indiana State Police are leading the investigating of an officer-involved shooting that happened in the K-Mart parking lot in Plymouth. The initial call came in around 6:15 p.m. Monday that officers were searching for a suspect involved in a reported domestic dispute that had happened last week.  The suspect was driving a white mini-van...
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Dylan Mata Arrested on Multiple Charges

December 29, 2014
Dylan Mata Arrested on Multiple Charges

Friday evening, December 26th Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for disregarding a stop sign.  During the investigation it was found that the driver, 19 year old Dylan Mata was operating a vehicle while intoxicated and without ever having received a driver’s license. Officer Stamper also learned that...
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Stull Receives Oath of Office

December 29, 2014
Stull Receives Oath of Office

On Monday, December 29th Marshall County Clerk, Julie Fox administered the oath of office to Lynn Stull, Polk Township Trustee.  His next term begins on January 1, 2015.
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Dodson Arrested for Battery, Pointon Arrested for PI

December 29, 2014
Dodson Arrested for Battery, Pointon Arrested for PI

Sunday evening just after 6 Plymouth Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser was dispatched to 301 Skylane Drive, in the area of apartment F3.  The call was for an intoxicated male subject who had just broken a window out of a truck. When the officer arrived he was told the suspect had on a green hoodie...
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SJRMC Restricting Visitors to Help Stop the Flu, Mishawaka & Plymouth Campus

December 29, 2014
SJRMC Restricting Visitors to Help Stop the Flu, Mishawaka & Plymouth Campus

The health of the community is Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s (SJRMC) number one priority. Effective immediately, SJRMC is restricting visitation due to the increasing volume of flu and flu-like illnesses at the Mishawaka and Plymouth hospitals. Only healthy adults should visit patients, and no more than two visitors should be in a patient...
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Final Week for Reinstatement Relief Program

December 29, 2014
Final Week for Reinstatement Relief Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), is urging Hoosiers with suspended licenses to take advantage of the agency’s Reinstatement Relief Program before it expires at the end of the year. This program offers a 50 percent discount, to those who qualify, on reinstatement fees obtained before July...
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