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Knox Driver Leaves Scene of Crash

December 10, 2016
Knox Driver Leaves Scene of Crash

On Thursday, December 8, at approximately 8:50 in the morning the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a call in reference to a single vehicle crash in the area King Road south of the intersection with Plymouth-Goshen Trail. County Police Officer Bragg investigated the crash that involved a vehicle running off of the roadway and...
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Committee Assignments for State Senator Head

December 10, 2016
Committee Assignments for State Senator Head

Every new state law in Indiana starts out as a bill heard in a legislative committee. The first chances for debate, public testimony and amendments all happen at the committee level. State Senator Randy Head said, “Our committees take pride in their work, and I believe participating in committee discussion is one of the...
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IUOE Local 150 “Bannering” Against Subcontractor at Pretzels Inc.

December 10, 2016
IUOE Local 150 “Bannering” Against Subcontractor at Pretzels Inc.

A union representative with Illinois license plates was in front of Pretzels Inc. on Oak Drive north of Loves Truck Stop Friday with a large sign and giant blowup rat in protest against one of the subcontractors on the project. The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 is asking the public to take...
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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect for Marshall County area thru Monday

December 10, 2016
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect for Marshall County area thru Monday

National Weather Service has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Marshall County from 9pm this evening until 4am Monday. Extended period of light snow will impact the advisory area starting this evening and continuing into Sunday night. Heaviest snowfall is currently expected north of US 6 where 6 to 9 inches of snow may...
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WDA Fourth Grade Students Surprise Plymouth Police with Act of Kindness

December 10, 2016
WDA Fourth Grade Students Surprise Plymouth Police with Act of Kindness

As part of a class project, Mrs. Amanda Dreibelbis’ fourth grade students at Washington Discovery Academy (WDA) in Plymouth are completing a lesson on random acts of kindness. Mikayla Linse, Munoz Marco and Jesus Zanabria-Solis, (seen from left to right in this photo below) baked cupcakes on Wednesday night at home with their families to give...
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State Police SCUBA Divers Train on New Equipment in Logansport

December 10, 2016
State Police SCUBA Divers Train on New Equipment in Logansport

The state police scuba team continues their long history of diving but now does so in the forefront of professional civilian divers. Earlier this week members of the Indiana State Police USRT (Underwater Search Rescue/Recovery Team) spent three days training in Logansport after receiving new scuba equipment. The team of twenty divers was just...
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Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff Statewide

December 10, 2016
Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff Statewide

Indianapolis – In accordance with a presidential proclamation issued Friday afternoon, Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at state facilities statewide be lowered to half-staff to honor the memory of former astronaut and statesman John Glenn. Flags should be lowered immediately until sunset on the day of interment.   Vice President-elect Governor...
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Hopkins Arrested for PI

December 9, 2016
Hopkins Arrested for PI

Thursday evening just before eight Plymouth Police were called to Quick Clean Laundry at 821 West Jefferson Street for a male subject who appeared to be passed out in a vehicle. 56 year old Richard Hopkins of 717 West Jefferson Street was arrested for Public Intoxication.  He was booked into the Marshall County Jail...
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Webster Elementary School Rewards Student for Perfect Attendance

December 9, 2016
Webster Elementary School Rewards Student for Perfect Attendance

Congratulations to Tasha Thomas, a fourth grade student at Webster Elementary School in Plymouth for winning a $25 gift card to Walmart for having perfect attendance during the month of November.   In all, Webster had 175 students who had perfect attendance for the month of November, but Tasha was the lucky winner to...
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CULVER-UNION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY TO HOLD ADULT WINTER READING PROGRAM

December 9, 2016
CULVER-UNION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY TO HOLD ADULT WINTER READING PROGRAM

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is pleased to announce the return of their Adult Winter Reading Program. “Book Your Winter Reading Getaway” is the theme of the 2017 Adult Winter Reading Program. Adults of all ages are encouraged to participate in the 2017 Adult Winter Reading Program, which will run from Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017...
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