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Burglary & Theft from Cook Lake Trail Home

May 21, 2018
Burglary & Theft from Cook Lake Trail Home

  Marshall County Police Officer Laffoon is investigating a burglary and theft at a lake house south of Plymouth.   County Police were called about 6:30 Friday evening to the 16,000 block of Cook Lake Trail.   The Police report indicates that someone forced their way into the home and stole several items from...
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Elkhart Man Arrested by Plymouth Police for Possession of Marijuana & a Warrant

May 21, 2018
Elkhart Man Arrested by Plymouth Police for Possession of Marijuana & a Warrant

On Sunday, May 20th about 20 minutes after 5 in the morning Plymouth Police Sgt. Tim Taberski observed a suspect vehicle that was involved in a battery complaint earlier in the shift.  The vehicle was in the McDonald’s drive thru. The vehicle headed south on Michigan Street and Officer Taberski confirmed the suspect vehicle...
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Knox Man Arrested by City Police for Driving as Habitual Traffic Violator

May 21, 2018
Knox Man Arrested by City Police for Driving as Habitual Traffic Violator

On Thursday May 17, at approximately 4:45 in the afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Chad Beatty conducted a traffic stop at the corner of Fifth and West Jefferson Streets. 39 year old Jeremy Lowe of Knox was taken into custody for being a Habitual Traffic Violator.  Lowe was transported to the Marshall County Jail and...
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Senator Head Spotlight On: Honoring Our Military Members

May 21, 2018
Senator Head Spotlight On: Honoring Our Military Members

  Since 1999, the month of May has been designated as Military Appreciation Month. During this time, Americans across the country honor servicemen and women who’ve sacrificed and dedicated their lives to protect our freedoms. Senator Randy Head said, “During the 2018 legislative session, the Indiana General Assembly passed several bills that benefit the military...
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BPL Media Lab to Open June 1

May 21, 2018
BPL Media Lab to Open June 1

The Bremen Public Library recently unveiled a brand new media lab equipped with technology that will allow you to “Think Up, Make Up, Dream Up!” You can explore your inner musician with the electric guitar, keyboard, microphone and Garage Band. Produce exciting videos with the video camera, tripod, green screen and iMovie. If photography...
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Thirteen Plymouth High School Seniors Inducted into PHS Academic Hall of Fame

May 21, 2018
Thirteen Plymouth High School Seniors Inducted into PHS Academic Hall of Fame

On Sunday, May 20, Plymouth High School held its 2017-2018 annual Academic Hall of Fame ceremony in the PHS Studio Theatre. Eighteen various departments inducted 13 seniors into the Plymouth High School Academic Hall of Fame. This year marks the 32nd year of the Academic Hall of Fame ceremony, which began with the class...
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School Administration Not Available for Comment on Threat Issue Monday

May 21, 2018
School Administration Not Available for Comment on Threat Issue Monday

Plymouth High School students and their parents had to make a hard decision early Monday morning after receiving a School Reach Phone message  advising them of a anonymous threat that a student had access to a weapon at school. Other releases from the school said, “The student reported to have access to a weapon,...
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Donnelly Urges President Trump to Take Steps to Lower Gas Prices, Allow Year Round Sale of Fuels with Higher Amounts of Biofuel

May 21, 2018
Donnelly Urges President Trump to Take Steps to Lower Gas Prices, Allow Year Round Sale of Fuels with Higher Amounts of Biofuel

Following reports that gas prices are on the rise, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Monday urged President Trump to take an important step towards addressing the price surge by reducing regulatory burdens around the blending of biofuels. Current regulations on Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) prevent most retailers from selling American-made fuels like E15 during the summer...
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Two Sisters’ Manicures at Miller’s

May 21, 2018
Two Sisters’ Manicures at Miller’s

Two young ladies on a mission trip in Indiana are volunteering at Miller’s Assisted Living by giving residents manicures.  Sister Giles and Sister Porter are from Utah where they attend the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  They will be in Indiana for a total of 18 months. While in the Plymouth...
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Unsubstantiated Weapon at Plymouth High School Threat Update 11:43 a.m.

May 21, 2018
Unsubstantiated Weapon at Plymouth High School Threat  Update 11:43 a.m.

Plymouth Community School Corporation is committed to the safety and security of our students as well as our staff. We received communication from an unidentified source, that a student had access to a weapon at school. The student reported to have access to a weapon, does not exist in our student body. Regardless, PHS...
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