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Archive for September, 2018

What’s Your Opinion 9-26-18

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September 27, 2018


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As We See It 9-26-18

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September 27, 2018


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New CPR for Plymouth Culver and Walkerton Ambulances & St. Joe ER in Plymouth

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September 27, 2018
New CPR for Plymouth Culver and Walkerton Ambulances & St. Joe ER in Plymouth

Members of the Plymouth Fire Department, Culver EMS, Walkerton EMS and Emergency Room employees from Saint Joseph Health System in Plymouth have been training on a new CPR device. The Lifeline ARM Automated Chest Compression device performs mechanical chest compressions. During operation, the software driven, motor controlled device provides chest compression at a consistent...
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2017 Marshall County Tourism and Travel Economic Impact Study Results

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September 27, 2018
2017 Marshall County Tourism and Travel Economic Impact Study Results

Whether it’s enjoying a meal in Downtown Plymouth, teeing off at Swan Lake Resort, boating on Lake Maxinkuckee, experiencing Rentown, or traveling the Marshall County Barn Quilt Trail, tourism is a large, growing business in Marshall County as a recent study reports. The new Marshall County economic impact report conducted by Certec Inc., an...
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Matt Thompson Arrested on Probation Violation

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September 26, 2018
Matt Thompson Arrested on Probation Violation

Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold arrested a Plymouth man on Monday, September 24th for a probation violation. About 3:45 in the afternoon he responded to the Marshall County Probation Department for 21 year old Matthew Thompson who failed his drug screening. Thompson was arrested and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was...
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Triton Distinguished Young Woman October 6th

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September 26, 2018
Triton Distinguished Young Woman October 6th

The Triton Distinguished Young Woman Board of Directors are proud to introduce the seven young ladies who will vie for $3,700 in college scholarships and the opportunity to represent the community as the 55th Distinguished Young Woman of Triton. Tickets to the scholarship program, to be held on Saturday, October 6, 2018, can be...
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THEFT COMPLAINTS AT WALMART

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September 26, 2018
THEFT COMPLAINTS AT WALMART

Last Friday, September 21st Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch made two arrests for theft complaints at Walmart. About 6:20 in the evening 55 year old Olga L. Carrillo of Florida was arrested and then just after 9 p.m. 18 year old Kevin Schmalzried of Plymouth and 18 year old Kyle Plencner of North Liberty...
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PHS Senior Member of IHSAA Student Advisory Committee

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September 26, 2018
PHS Senior Member of IHSAA Student Advisory Committee

CeCe Robinson, a senior at Plymouth High School, was nominated and selected to be a member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Student Advisory Committee. The committee is made up of 18 high school athletes from across Indiana who represent more than 160,000 student-athletes in the Hoosier state. The committee’s goal is to...
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St. Louis Man Arrested by City Police for No License

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September 26, 2018
St. Louis Man Arrested by City Police for No License

33 year old Miguel Rosales-Contrera of St. Louis was stopped on a traffic stop near the intersection of Western Avenue and Council Drive on Monday night, September 24th about 8:45. After an investigation Mr. Rosales-Contrera was arrested by Plymouth Officer Jerrid Arnold for operating a motor vehicle while never licensed. He was incarcerated at...
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County Schools Discuss Safety Procedures in Fall Meeting

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September 26, 2018
County Schools Discuss Safety Procedures in Fall Meeting

Administrators from each of the Marshall County public schools met on September 18 to discuss ways to establish collaboration as to how to serve the community and children/families more safely.  In addition to school administrators, representatives from the Indiana State Police, Marshall County Emergency Management, and the Marshall County Health Department were invited to...
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