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Archive for July, 2016

Driving Left of Center & Without a License will Land you in the MCJ

July 28, 2016
Driving Left of Center & Without a License will Land you in the MCJ

  44 year old Hernandez Perez of Argos was arrested early Wednesday morning by Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper.   After seeing Perez drive left of center Officer Stamper stopped the vehicle at Jim Nelson Drive and Oakhill Avenue. During the traffic stop it was found that the Perez was Operating a Vehicle Without...
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Progress Continues on Rockpile Project

July 27, 2016
Progress Continues on Rockpile Project

Plymouth Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Tyree says work on the athletic stadium is nearing completion. With a deadline of August 1st, the project includes new bleachers, press box, concession stand, restrooms and ticket booths. On Tuesday Tyree said he believes the majority of the work will be complete but the contractor will not...
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June 2016 Unemployment Rates

July 27, 2016
June 2016 Unemployment Rates

Indiana’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percent from the previous month to 4.8 percent for the month of June. For the second consecutive month the number of Hoosiers who found employment increased (8,594), while the number of unemployed Hoosiers decreased (- 5,118). The result was an overall labor force growth of 3,476 in June. Indiana’s...
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Baxter Arrested for Violation of Protective Order

July 27, 2016
Baxter Arrested for Violation of Protective Order

About 4:15 Monday morning July25th, officers from the Marshall County Police Department were dispatched to a residence in the 8400 block of Clark Street at Lake of the Woods for the violation of a protective order.   Arriving at the scene Officer Nick Laffoon located 29 year old Brandon Michael Baxter at the address...
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Merrillville Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

July 27, 2016
Merrillville Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

On Tuesday July 19th, 2016 at approximately 10:28 P.M. an officer from the Marshall County Police Department stopped a speeding vehicle on U.S. 30 near Redwood Road. During the traffic stop it was found that the driver of the vehicle was driving on a suspended license.   24 year old Michael S. Thieling of...
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County Police Arrest South Bend Man for Driving Without A License

July 27, 2016
County Police Arrest South Bend Man for Driving Without A License

Officer Nick Laffoon form the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop Sunday night July 24th, at approximately 10:35 on a vehicle on U.S. 30 near Iris Road.   During the traffic stop it was learned that the driver, 28 yaer old Saul Pinzon-Beade of South Bend had never obtained a drivers license....
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Triton School Registration Information

July 27, 2016
Triton School Registration Information

Donna Burroughs, Superintendent of the Triton School Corporation has announced registration dates and times. The hours for registration and textbook rental collection for Triton Elementary are this Monday, July 25 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m., and Tuesday, July 26 from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Textbook rental for Triton Elementary School: Kindergarten, $92.17; First grade, $106.38; second grade, $132.40;...
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Season Tickets Available for Rockie Football Games

July 27, 2016
Season Tickets Available for Rockie Football Games

  Season tickets for PHS home football games are now on sale in the Athletic Office at Plymouth High School. Season tickets are $30.00 for the five home games. Rockie fans wishing to purchase season tickets should enter the high school through door # 7 on the east side of the school across from...
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Philip Gulley, the voice of small-town American life, is coming to Bremen Public Library Thursday, July 28

July 27, 2016
Philip Gulley, the voice of small-town American life, is coming to Bremen Public Library Thursday, July 28

Philip Gulley will share inspirational and humorous anecdotes from his books, including his memoir, I Love You, Miss Huddleston, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the lower level meeting room of the library. Gulley’s memoir has been selected for this summer’s community book discussion, One Book, One Town.    Gulley currently resides in his childhood hometown of Danville with his...
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Miller’s Honor Volunteers with Banquet

July 27, 2016
Miller’s Honor Volunteers with Banquet

Miller’s Assisted Living volunteers were honored Monday evening July 25th in the Oak Hill Café with a delicious homemade meal which was served buffet style. Decorations for the banquet were red, white and blue in keeping with the “All American Volunteer” theme. Activity Director Cindy Flagg opened the evening with prayer and then invited...
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