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Archive for October, 2018

13 year old Girl Struck by Car at Baker and Fairbanks Wednesday Morning at 7:40

October 31, 2018
13 year old Girl Struck by Car at Baker and Fairbanks Wednesday Morning at 7:40

Wednesday morning about 7:40 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the corner of Baker Street and Fairbanks Avenue for the report of an accident involving a bicyclist and a car. This 4-way stop also has an crossing guard and Officer Finn’s report states that the crossing guard has stopped traffic to let a couple pedestrians...
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Candlelight Vigil for 3 Fulton County Children Killed and 1 Injured in Tuesday Morning Crash

October 31, 2018
Candlelight Vigil for 3 Fulton County Children Killed and 1 Injured in Tuesday Morning Crash

A community candlelight vigil is planned in honor of the victims of Tuesday’s horrific crash on State Road 25 that killed 6 year old twin brothers Xzavier and Mason Ingle and their 9 year old sister Alivia Stahl and offer support to 11 year old Maverik Lowe who was transported to a Fort Wayne...
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Wesley Henry Sentenced to 10 Years for Dealing Methamphetamine

October 31, 2018
Wesley Henry Sentenced to 10 Years for  Dealing Methamphetamine

Wesley Henry, 29, of Plymouth and formerly of Texas, was sentenced by agreement on October 24, in Marshall Superior Court No. 1.  Henry will serve 10 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction after pleading guilty to one count of Level 3 Dealing Methamphetamine and 6 years for one count of Level 4...
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Cambria Cook Squanders a Chance at Diversion and Instead Gets a Felony Conviction and is Sentenced to 4 Years for Dealing Methamphetamine

October 31, 2018
Cambria Cook Squanders a Chance at Diversion and Instead Gets a Felony Conviction and is Sentenced to 4 Years for Dealing Methamphetamine

Cambria Cook, 23, of Rochester, was sentenced by agreement on October 24, in Marshall Superior Court No. 1.  Cook will serve 3 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction followed by 1 year of reporting probation for pleading guilty to one count of Level 4 Dealing Methamphetamine.  The remaining counts were dismissed in...
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MACOG TO HOLD MOVE 2045 PLAN FALL POP-UP EVENT at French Press in Plymouth

October 31, 2018
MACOG TO HOLD MOVE 2045 PLAN FALL POP-UP EVENT at French Press in Plymouth

The Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG) is currently working on the development of the Michiana on the Move: 2045 Transportation Plan. This plan serves as the long-range transportation plan and will identify current conditions of the regional transportation network, assess future travel needs, and establish priorities that will inform policies and transportation projects...
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County Police Need Help to Identify Suspects on Trail Cam Who Stole Ground Blind

October 31, 2018
County Police Need Help to Identify Suspects on Trail Cam Who Stole Ground Blind

Marshall County Police are seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to identify two possible subjects that stole a camouflage ground blind from a residence in the 14,000 block of Nutmeg Road.  Tuesday evening, October 30th at about 8:30 two male subjects were captured on a trail camera.  The two male subjects were possibly accompanied...
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Delta Theta Tau to host “Runway For Wellness” Nov. 10th

October 31, 2018

Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Inc. presents, “Runway For Wellness,” Style Show and Luncheon on Saturday, November 10, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. All proceeds will support this year’s beneficiary, The Cancer Association of Marshall County. WNDU anchor, Lindsay Stone, will be the guest of honor and keynote...
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Produce Safety Rule Training

October 31, 2018
Produce Safety Rule Training

Purdue Extension is offering a seven-hour food safety training at several locations across Indiana to help produce growers meet the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules.  Training topics include an introduction to produce safety; worker health, hygiene and produce safety training; managing soil amendments; potential impact from wildlife, domesticated animals and land use; agriculture...
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NIPSCO ANNOUNCES “YOUR ENERGY, YOUR FUTURE” INITIATIVE

October 31, 2018
NIPSCO ANNOUNCES “YOUR ENERGY, YOUR FUTURE” INITIATIVE

Northern Indiana Public Service Company LLC (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI), unveiled an initiative Wednesday to transition customers to a more affordable and sustainable energy mix. Referred to as “Your Energy, Your Future”, the effort detailed in the company’s 2018 Integrated Resource Plan, lays out a forward-looking blueprint to transition Northern...
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Donnelly Statement on Massive Spike in Federal Borrowing

October 31, 2018
Donnelly Statement on Massive Spike in Federal Borrowing

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the U.S. Treasury Department announced that government borrowing this year will be $1.34 trillion, more than double the amount from 2017. The Department expects to issue $425 billion in debt from October through December covering a widening budget gap caused “primarily” by the 2017 McConnell-Ryan tax...
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Lady Pilgrims land four to first team NLC, Eveland Coach of the Year

October 31, 2018
Lady Pilgrims land four to first team NLC, Eveland Coach of the Year

Plymouth’s volleyball team swept through play undefeated in the NLC and the result of that is four first team members and an honorable mention for the all conference squad and coach of the year honors for Derek Eveland. Eveland’s squad was a perfect 7-0 in conference play on the season and landed senior Sadie...
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Community Invited to Plymouth High School Veterans Service 11-9-18

October 31, 2018
Community Invited to Plymouth High School Veterans Service 11-9-18

Plymouth High School students and staff invite all veterans, along with the community to attend this year’s PHS Veterans Day program on Friday, November 9.   The hour-long program will begin promptly at 9 a.m. in the varsity gymnasium. Before the start of the program, PHS welcomes local veterans to enjoy complimentary breakfast beginning...
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Young Applauds Important and Overdue Diplomatic Surge to End Yemen Civil War and Address Historic Humanitarian Crisis

October 31, 2018
Young Applauds Important and Overdue Diplomatic Surge to End Yemen Civil War and Address Historic Humanitarian Crisis

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) issued the statement below following Secretary of State Michael Popeo’s statement last night calling for an end to the conflict in Yemen. Senator Young’s statement also comes after Secretary of Defense James Mattis called for a ceasefire in Yemen within 30 days.   Secretary of Defense James Mattis called for...
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Ron Vance Bible Sticks Presentation

October 31, 2018
Ron Vance Bible Sticks Presentation

In 1988, Ron Vance of Cincinnati, Ohio  was asked to be the dean for a week of Wilderness camp at Woodland Lakes Christian Camp in Amelia, Ohio.  In Wilderness Camp people sleep in tents, cook all meals over the campfire, do a lot of hiking, swimming, canoeing, rock climbing, basically any kind of outdoor...
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St. Joe Health Systems Flu Shot

October 31, 2018


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Tech Talk 10-30-18

October 31, 2018


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Lady Pilgrims open with solid win over Washington

October 30, 2018
Lady Pilgrims open with solid win over Washington

PLYMOUTH – Coaches will always find room for improvement in any performance, but Plymouth Lady Pilgrims head coach Dave Duncan will do it with a smile as his team took a big 58-40 win over South Bend Washington to open their season. The Lady Pilgrims did very little make Duncan frown with a defense...
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Plymouth Man Flees from City Police on Moped

October 30, 2018
Plymouth Man Flees from City Police on Moped

Monday evening about 7:20 Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold attempted to stop a moped in the area of Western Avenue and North Street but the driver failed to stop and drove off into a wooded area. The officer recognized the drive as 53 year old Michael L. Berger of Plymouth.  Officer Arnold located Mr....
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REES Nears Goal of $1.5 Million for Regional Cities Match of $300K

October 30, 2018
REES Nears Goal of $1.5 Million for Regional Cities Match of $300K

The ability for this community to reach a goal became even clearer Monday afternoon after it was announced that The REES Theatre Project was within $150,000 of its $1.5 million goal. “This definitely puts us within striking distance of receiving the entire $300,000 Regional Cities matching grant.” said co-chair Randy Danielson.  Donna Pontius the...
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Mentone Man Arrested at Pilot Truck Stop for OWI

October 30, 2018
Mentone Man Arrested at Pilot Truck Stop for OWI

The Marshall County Sheriff`s Department was contacted Sunday night about 8:15 about a possibly impaired driver in the parking lot of the Pilot Truck Stop at 10619 9A Road in Plymouth. The caller advised that the driver had struck a concrete barrier near one of the fuel pumps before parking to get fuel. The...
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