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Rhonda J. Rouch, age 59 of Plymouth

September 20, 2017
Rhonda J. Rouch, age 59 of Plymouth

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Tidbits from Triton

September 20, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

Students in Mrs. Dawn Slein’s Honors Biology class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School enjoyed releasing the monarch butterflies they had been observing in class. Superintendent Donna Burroughs said, “What a great experience these students had!  Each student got to have the butterfly on their hand… then they encouraged it to fly away.” Front L...
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Over 100 Attend Public Hearing on J-Turns at US 31 and SR10 & Dewey Street

September 20, 2017
Over 100 Attend Public Hearing on J-Turns at US 31 and SR10 & Dewey Street

More than 100 people sat quietly and listened for 45 minutes as INDOT attempted to sell the J-Turn project to the Argos community Tuesday night. Their PowerPoint presentation spoke about the proposed J-Turns being the best alternative they looked at.  Their options were: do nothing at all which wouldn’t improve safety at the intersection;...
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Plymouth High School has 2 Important Events Tuesday Night: Parent-Teacher Night & FAFSA Workshop

September 20, 2017
Plymouth High School has 2 Important Events Tuesday Night: Parent-Teacher Night & FAFSA Workshop

On Wednesday, September 20, Plymouth High School will host Parent-Teacher Night and a FAFSA Workshop for seniors and their parents. The Parent-Teacher Night will allow a chance for parents to meet one-on-one with their student’s teachers. All parents should consider attending, however, PHS administrators say it is extremely important for parents to attend that...
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Drainage Board Approves Variance for Lemler-Berger Ditch

September 20, 2017
Drainage Board Approves Variance for Lemler-Berger Ditch

The Marshall County Drainage Board approved a variance, conditional on State Health Department approval to place a portion of a septic field in the right-of-way of the Lelmer Arm of the Berger Ditch during their meeting Monday morning. Jordan Shupp told the board he intends to re-open the traditional full-service meat market at the...
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Wilds Arrested for Leaving Scene of Accident at Mi Camino

September 19, 2017
Wilds Arrested for Leaving Scene of Accident at Mi Camino

Last Friday evening about 7, Plymouth Police units were dispatched to the Mi Camino Restaurant at 2550 North Michigan Street in reference to a driver that had backed into their outdoor patio area. The driver left the scene but information obtained at the scene from witnesses led to the arrest of 33 year old...
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Funeral Services for Triton High School Teen Announced

September 19, 2017
Funeral Services for Triton High School Teen Announced

Cameron A. Scarberry, 16 of Etna Green passed away Sunday September 17, at 1:15 PM in rural Kosciusko County as a result of injuries he suffered in an automobile accident. Cameron was born the son of Brian Scarberry and Miranda Moore Scarberry and had been a lifelong resident of Bourbon. Cameron was a junior...
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Museum’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Haunted Marshall County

September 19, 2017
Museum’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Haunted Marshall County

Join in the fun at the Marshall County Museum on Friday, October 13th from noon until 1 p.m. for the last Brown Bag Lunch Program of the 2017 season. Local historian Jeff Kenny will present “Haunted Marshall County.”   Hear some scary tales and explore some haunted places in and around Marshall County that you might...
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Matthew Gaines Arrested for Battery

September 19, 2017
Matthew Gaines Arrested for Battery

Sunday evening, September 17th about 10 after 8 Plymouth Police were dispatched to Broadway Street in reference to a battery that had occurred. Officer Jeremy Enyart discovered that the victim had been battered while at a friend’s home on North Michigan Street. The victim had obvious physical injuries and was transported by Plymouth EMS...
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Donnelly’s North Korea Strategy Measure Passes Senate in National Defense Bill

September 19, 2017
Donnelly’s North Korea Strategy Measure Passes Senate in National Defense Bill

Monday night, the Senate passed the bipartisan national defense bill which includes Donnelly’s measure requiring the Department of Defense bring to Congress a clear, comprehensive strategy to confront the threat posed by North Korea. The Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) passed the Senate by a vote of 89-8 and must now be reconciled...
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