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PHS Students Place at IUPUI Mobile App Challenge Competition

October 30, 2018
PHS Students Place at IUPUI Mobile App Challenge Competition

Plymouth High School Computer Science students and Computer Science/Math Teacher Lindsay Moore traveled to the IUPUI Mobile App Challenge in Indianapolis to represent PHS this past Saturday. The Mobile App Challenge is a one-day competition for Indiana high school students, who compete in teams for prizes by designing and building a mobile app based...
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Rafael Mereno Arrested for Leaving the Scene of an Accident Saturday Night

October 30, 2018
Rafael Mereno Arrested for Leaving the Scene of an Accident Saturday Night

Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart investigated the report of a man leaving the scene of an accident Saturday night, October 27th just after 11. Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS were dispatched to the curve on Western Avenue and North Street for a vehicle into a fence. Before police arrived on the scene the driver...
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Indiana State Police Drug Take Back Results

October 30, 2018
Indiana State Police Drug Take Back Results

On Saturday October, 27th, the Indiana State Police participated in the 16th nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA.) The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. Collection sites were set up nationwide for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs to be turned in...
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Warsaw Woman Arrested by County Police for OWI

October 30, 2018
Warsaw Woman Arrested by County Police for OWI

On Monday, October 29, at approximately 3:30 in the morning, Sergeant Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department made a traffic stop in the area of State Road 331 and US 30. 22 year old Heaven L. Ousley from Warsaw was stopped for a traffic offense.  During the traffic stop it was believed...
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State Rep. Jordan statement on bus stop tragedy

October 30, 2018
State Rep. Jordan statement on bus stop tragedy

State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) released the following statement regarding Tuesday’s incident where three children were killed and one child was injured after being struck by a pick-up truck while boarding a school bus in Fulton County:   “Our community is reeling from today’s tragedy, and I share my deepest condolences with the family,...
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HOOSIERS URGED TO CELEBRATE A HEALTHIER HALLOWEEN

October 30, 2018
HOOSIERS URGED TO CELEBRATE A HEALTHIER HALLOWEEN

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is encouraging Hoosiers to celebrate a healthy Halloween by limiting the amount of sweets they consume and increasing their physical activity this season.   According to the 2016 National Survey of Children’s Health, 18.5 percent of Hoosier children between the ages of 10 and 17 were considered...
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Poor Handmaid Foundress Declared a Saint

October 30, 2018
Poor Handmaid Foundress Declared a Saint

Over 100 Sisters, Associates, co-workers and friends of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ travelled to Rome from Donaldson, Indiana for the canonization of Blessed Catherine Kasper, now known as Saint Katharina Kasper. Katharina was the foundress’ given name at birth in Dernbach, Germany in 1820. Here in the US, she has been known as...
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Children Killed and Injured in Tuesday Morning’s Crash in Fulton County Identified

October 30, 2018
Children Killed and Injured in Tuesday Morning’s Crash in Fulton County Identified

Three children were hit and killed by a pickup truck while boarding a school bus early Tuesday morning in Fulton County. The crash happened before 7:30 a.m. in the 4660 block of Indiana 25. The three children who died are from the same family. They have been identified as 6-year-old twin boys Xzavier Ingle...
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3 children hit & killed by vehicle while waiting for bus in Fulton County

October 30, 2018
3 children hit & killed by vehicle while waiting for bus in Fulton County

Three children were hit and killed by a vehicle while boarding a school bus early Tuesday morning in Fulton County. We’re still working to learn more details, but the crash apparently happened before 7:30 a.m. in the 4660 block of Indiana 25. The three children who died are from the same family. A fourth...
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Crowdfunding for Kayak & Canoe Launch Nears Goal

October 29, 2018
Crowdfunding for Kayak & Canoe Launch Nears Goal

One of the best activity and tourism assets has been here in downtown Plymouth for hundreds of years. Imagine getting in a canoe or Kayak in Bremen and traveling 8 miles downstream to have breakfast in downtown Plymouth.  That could happen someday soon. The crowdfunding campaign to build a canoe and kayak launch at...
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PHS Theater Dept. Presents Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Fri., Sat., & Sun.

October 29, 2018
PHS Theater Dept. Presents Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Fri., Sat., & Sun.

The Plymouth High School Theatre Department will present Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Friday, November 2, at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m., and a Sunday matinee performance at 2 p.m. Tickets are $4 for anyone 12 and under and $5 for anyone 13 and older. Tickets...
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Tea Party Express Endorses Mike Braun for U.S. Senate in Indiana

October 29, 2018
Tea Party Express Endorses Mike Braun for U.S. Senate in Indiana

Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest grassroots Tea Party political action committee, is pleased to announce its endorsement of Mike Braun for U.S. Senate in Indiana. Tea Party Express Co-Founder and Chief Strategist Sal Russo said, “Mike Braun is a successful businessman and effective public servant committed to defending Hoosier values. He is a staunch...
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Culver Man Arrested Following High Speed Chase in 2 Counties

October 29, 2018
Culver Man Arrested Following High Speed Chase in 2 Counties

A Culver man is behind bars following a high-speed pursuit in two counties on Sunday. Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was working early Sunday morning and received a dispatch of a suspicious truck in the area State Road 8 and West Country Line Road.  The concerned citizen also reported hearing a...
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Centier Bank Sets Record for Highest Quarterly Income in 123-Year History

October 29, 2018
Centier Bank Sets Record for Highest Quarterly Income in 123-Year History

Centier Bank has continued building on another year of success and growth, recording the highest quarterly net income of $14.8 million. This represents the highest quarterly net income in the bank’s 123-year history. The strong third quarter has come at the tail end of a nine-month stretch featuring the highest year-to-date income through September...
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SR 933 to Close Tuesday Near Border of St. Joseph, Elkhart Counties

October 29, 2018
SR 933 to Close Tuesday Near Border  of St. Joseph, Elkhart Counties

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that State Road 933 will close Tuesday in Osceola for pavement repairs. The road is expected to reopen by Tuesday evening. Specifically, work will take place at a bridge over Baugo Creek between Chestnut Street and Ash Road, just west of the border with Elkhart County. This...
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Boake from Walkerton Arrested following Crash

October 29, 2018
Boake from Walkerton Arrested following Crash

About 9:15 Friday night, October 26th, Marshall County Police, Polk Township Fire and Walkerton EMS were dispatched to the 3,000 block of West County Line Road for a single vehicle accident.  The call was that a vehicle had crashed into a tree.  Arriving at the scene, officers found the driver, 37 year old Amy...
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M.C.C.O. Prepares for “A Classical Christmas”

October 29, 2018
M.C.C.O. Prepares for “A Classical Christmas”

The Marshall County Church Orchestra has diligently been rehearsing for their annual “A Classical Christmas” concert which will usher in the holiday season for all who attend.  Under the direction of Don Harness the 40 piece orchestra is preparing a memorable line-up of holiday music that will appeal to young and old alike. The...
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AG Curtis Hill Announces Expansion of Prescription Drug Education Program for Indiana Teens

October 29, 2018
AG Curtis Hill Announces Expansion of Prescription Drug Education Program for Indiana Teens

Attorney General Curtis Hill Monday announced plans to expand an innovative digital curriculum for high school students that informs them about safe use of prescription drugs and ways to avoid the risks of substance abuse. “By educating students about the dangers of prescription drugs, we can prevent tragedies and promote smart choices,” Attorney General...
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Miller’s Campus Hosts Trick or Treat

October 29, 2018
Miller’s Campus Hosts Trick or Treat

Hundreds of children took advantage of the pleasant weather on Saturday and were able to Trick or Treat through the hallways of Miller’s Merry Manor and Miller’s Assisted Living.  The Miller’s Campus opens their doors yearly during community Trick or Treat so the residents of the two facilities can enjoy the many children and...
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PHS Hosts Indiana Academic Spell Bowl Competition Tonight

October 29, 2018

Plymouth High School will host the 34th annual Indiana Academic Spell Bowl Competition tonight, Monday, October 29 at 6 p.m. The stage is already set in the PHS varsity gym for this evening’s competition. Contestants from Bremen, John Glenn, Mishawaka, New Prairie, Penn, and Plymouth will be practicing from 4-6 p.m. Teams will be...
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