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Teachers Credit Union January PHS Teacher of the Month: Susan Kuckie

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March 21, 2018
Teachers Credit Union January PHS Teacher of the Month: Susan Kuckie

Plymouth High School teacher Mrs. Susan Kuckie was chosen by the student body as the PHS Teachers Credit Union (TCU) Teacher of the Month for January. Students say Ms. Kuckie was selected for the creativity that she shows when designing her class lessons and the care she shows to her students. One of the...
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Hickory Road to Close March 26 for Bridge Project

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March 21, 2018
Hickory Road to Close March 26 for Bridge Project

Grand River Construction, Inc. of Hudsonville, MI was the low bidder on the Hickory Road Bridge Replacement Project at $1,184,454.67.  There were four other companies bidding on the project and those bids ranged from $1.3 million up to $1.5 million. Engineer’s estimate for the project was $1,405,686. Grand River Construction will begin working next...
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Bourbon Police Arrest 2 Monday Evening

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March 20, 2018
Bourbon Police Arrest 2 Monday Evening

Bourbon Police Officer Rick Kanarr conducted a traffic stop for the violation of driving left of center Monday evening about 6:50 at State Road 331 near 16B Road. During the investigation, it was discovered the driver, 45 year old Jacob P. Miller of Fort Wayne was driving without a valid license and in violation...
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South Bend Woman Arrested by Plymouth Police after being in Sheriff’s Department Lobby

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March 20, 2018
South Bend Woman Arrested by Plymouth Police after being in Sheriff’s Department Lobby

On Wednesday, March 14th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department contacted Plymouth Police and told them a female had just been in their lobby and had a strong odor of marijuana on her.  Dispatched advised the female was driving a silver Chevy northbound on Pioneer Drive. Plymouth Police Officer Ray West stopped the vehicle at...
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PHS Student Discusses Law Career with Marshall County Prosecutor

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March 20, 2018
PHS Student Discusses Law Career with Marshall County Prosecutor

After Garrett Schrameyer expressed a desire to study law after high school, the PHS Sophomore had to opportunity to meet Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman.  Mr. Chipman was able to discuss his college classes and degree along with his career as a local Attorney and current Prosecutor. Nelson Chipman is a 1972 PHS graduate...
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Michigan City Youth Arrested for Shoplifting

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March 20, 2018
Michigan City Youth Arrested for Shoplifting

On Sunday, March 18th Plymouth Police Officers were called to Walmart in reference to a theft report. Arriving on the scene, Officer Chad Beatty took 20 year old D’aria Kincaid of Michigan City into custody and transported her to the Marshall County Jail where she was booked in for theft and held on a...
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Tickets Available for CMA State Finals Saturday

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March 20, 2018
Tickets Available for CMA State Finals Saturday

Culver Academies is now selling reserved tickets for the Eagles’ Class 3A state championship game against Evansville Bosse. Game time is set for 6 p.m. Gates will open at 5 p.m. (EDT). Culver has received a block of 1,500 reserve tickets. Culver officials are asking fans to wear maroon on Saturday to show support for the Eagles. Culver will...
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Starke County Graduates 8 in their 5th Chemical Dependency & Addiction Program

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March 20, 2018
Starke County Graduates 8 in their 5th Chemical Dependency & Addiction Program

The Starke County Justice Center recently graduated their 5th Chemical Dependency and Addictions Program for in-custody males with 8 graduating the course! The Chemical Dependency and Addictions Program provides counseling services and substance abuse education to incarcerated male and female inmates. Porter-Starke Services and the Starke County Sheriff’s Office collaborated in the development of...
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Plymouth FFA Competes at District Leadership Contest

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March 20, 2018
Plymouth FFA Competes at District Leadership Contest

On Thursday, March 15, the Plymouth FFA travelled to Warsaw Edgewood Middle School to compete in the District 2 FFA Leadership Contest. PHS Senior, Austin Bachtel came home with the District 2 Star in Agribusiness award related to starting his own lawn mowing business, AB Lawn Care. Annastasia Hutchings, an 8th grader, won first...
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Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inducts a Record Number of New Members

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March 20, 2018
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inducts a Record Number of New Members

Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges, inducted 57 new members from Ancilla College in a formal ceremony Sunday, March 18 at Ancilla’s campus. Those inducted to Ancilla’s Beta BetaBeta chapter on March 18 for the Fall and Spring semesters include: Alyssa Ryan (Plymouth), Amanda Haynes (Akron), Amanda Enyart (Plymouth), Amanda...
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