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Young touts Veteran Crisis Hotline and Nursing Home Rating Amendments

June 26, 2018
Young touts Veteran Crisis Hotline and Nursing Home Rating Amendments

Monday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) applauded the passage of the Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act, which included two key amendments for Indiana veterans. The first, authorizes a study of the Veterans Crisis Line. Started in 2011, the Crisis Line is a key resource for veterans....
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Indiana State Police Partners With Texas Roadhouse To Benefit Special Olympics

June 26, 2018
Indiana State Police Partners With Texas Roadhouse To Benefit Special Olympics

Wednesday night, June 27th, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., troopers from the Indiana State Police Bremen Post along with staff members at the South Bend Texas Roadhouse location will be collecting tips from Texas Roadhouse customers for donations to help over 11,000 athletes with the Special Olympics of Indiana. During the week of June 24th through...
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Street Superintendent Discusses Project for West Jefferson Street

June 26, 2018
Street Superintendent Discusses Project for West Jefferson Street

Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety he and City Engineer Rick Gaul went to the West Jefferson Street area where Roy Roush has made several complaints over the past couple of years. Marquardt said they have determined the berm on the north side is dirt...
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Lt. Col. Mark Faulstich Retires from U.S. Air Force

June 25, 2018
Lt. Col. Mark Faulstich Retires from U.S. Air Force

Lt. Colonel Mark Faulstich, a 1994 graduate of Plymouth High School retired from the U. S. Air Force on June 11th at the Pentagon in Washington D.C. When he retired Faulstich was the Chief, Fusion Branch, Principal Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force for Space Staff at the Pentagon.  The Fusion Branch...
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Rodriguez Herrera Arrested for Possession of Cocaine, OWI, No License & Resisting

June 25, 2018
Rodriguez Herrera Arrested for Possession of Cocaine, OWI, No License & Resisting

Saturday night, just before midnight, Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold conducted a traffic stop at 1st and Harrison Street. The driver, 33 year old Carols Rodriguez Herrera of Plymouth was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle while never licensed, possession of cocaine, and resisting law enforcement. Mr. Rodriguez...
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DEADLINE APPROACHES FOR 21ST CENTURY SCHOLARS ENROLLMENT

June 25, 2018
DEADLINE APPROACHES FOR 21ST CENTURY SCHOLARS ENROLLMENT

Indiana seventh and eighth grade students still have time to apply for the 21st Century Scholars program by the 2018 deadline of Saturday, June 30. The statewide financial aid program provides up to four years of undergraduate tuition and fees for eligible low-income students at any participating college or university in Indiana. Currently, over 100,000...
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Daniel Sharp Arrested by County Police for Battery

June 25, 2018
Daniel Sharp Arrested by County Police for Battery

One person was arrested on Sunday afternoon when County Police were dispatched to a civil complaint in the 12,100 block of State Road 17. Just after 4 Sunday afternoon Officer Matt Brown responded with  Jordan Rans and Nick Laffoon to the civil complaint. During the incident a minor physical altercation occurred, which resulted in...
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Losh wins over impressive field of modifieds, Eli Lakin gets first Pro-Sprint feature win

June 25, 2018
Losh wins over impressive field of modifieds, Eli Lakin gets first Pro-Sprint feature win

A consistent comment on the winner’s podium Saturday evening at “The Playground of Power” was how much grip the track had throughout the evening. Rain the previous days up until Saturday morning provided plenty of moisture for the surface. The track crew continued to stay on top of the track for all five classes that raced. The racing...
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Red Cross urges donors to fill Missing Types to prevent summer blood shortage

June 25, 2018
Red Cross urges donors to fill Missing Types to prevent summer blood shortage

The  American Red Cross needs help to bring back the A’s, B’s and O’s.  These letters represent blood types, and the reality is that during blood shortages these letters do go missing from hospital shelves. The American Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give now to help prevent delays in patient...
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County Police Investigate Theft of Bicycle from Porch on Juniper Road

June 25, 2018
County Police Investigate Theft of Bicycle from Porch on Juniper Road

On Friday June 22nd, at approximately 10:50 in the morning Sgt. Nick Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department was dispatched to a report of a theft from a residence in the 12,200 block of Juniper Road.  It was found that an unknown subject had removed a bicycle from the porch of the residence.  Anyone...
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