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Auburn Man Arrested for OWI

October 19, 2014
Auburn Man Arrested for OWI

An officer with the Marshall County Police Dept. initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on US 30 in the area of Oak Road Thursday night, October 16th just before midnight. Through the investigation it was believed that the driver, 28 year old Lodden Butler-Hart of Auburn, IN was under the influence of a...
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Pink Party at Miller’s Senior Living

October 18, 2014
Pink Party at Miller’s Senior Living

Residents and Staff members of Miller’s Senior Living Community joined Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter on Friday to celebrate his proclamation to Paint Plymouth Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness and the Ounce of Prevention Organization. Miller’s residents and staff members wore pink and had a visit from Plymouth Fire Department’s pink fire truck. Activities Director...
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Ancilla College offering full scholarships to local Valedictorians

October 18, 2014
Ancilla College offering full scholarships to local Valedictorians

Graduating at the top of your class often means being honored by your high school and giving a speech at graduation. This year Ancilla College will add one more way to honor these high achieving students—free tuition. Beginning in 2015 Ancilla College will be offering full tuition scholarships to the top high school graduates...
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Save Money During Medicare’s Open Enrollment – Review Your Coverage!

October 18, 2014
Save Money During Medicare’s Open Enrollment – Review Your Coverage!

If you are looking for a way to save money on your Medicare costs, make sure you review your coverage during open enrollment. Insurance companies can make changes to Medicare Advantage and Part D drug plans every year, including which providers and pharmacies are in their networks. Doctors and prescriptions that were covered in...
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AG Zoeller, State Legislators Focus on Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse in Indiana

October 17, 2014
AG Zoeller, State Legislators Focus on Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS – Attorney General Greg Zoeller kicked-off the 5th Annual Indiana Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium Friday. The symposium is the culmination of year-round efforts to combat prescription drug abuse in the state. The symposium titled, “Reversing the Tide of Opioid Abuse,” is hosted by the Indiana Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force, which Zoeller...
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If you see a hunting violation…

October 17, 2014
If you see a hunting violation…

Less than 1 percent of Indiana’s nearly 400,000 hunters are found to be violating the law while hunting. Finding those violators often requires the input of law-abiding hunters and other citizens who see violations taking place. Now that Hoosier hunting seasons are in full swing, the Indiana Conservation Officers charged with enforcing the state’s...
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Plymouth School Parents Notified of Issue with Substitute

October 17, 2014
Plymouth School Parents Notified of Issue with Substitute

Plymouth School Administrators informed all staff members and, at approximately the same time, sent a communication notice to parents concerning a substitute teacher that had been working in the schools. According to the parent communication, the PCSC recently learned that an individual that had been employed by the corporation may have been involved in...
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Koontz Lake Serach Warrant Leds to Arrest of Two

October 17, 2014
Koontz Lake Serach Warrant Leds to Arrest of Two

On Thursday morning October 16th Indiana State Police officers served a search warrant at a residence located at 8132 North Oak Avenue with a Walkerton, IN address but the Koontz Lake area. The purpose of the warrant was to search for items involved in methamphetamine use and manufacture. No arrests were made at this...
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County Democrats Host Pot-Luck Saturday in Park

October 17, 2014
County Democrats Host Pot-Luck Saturday in Park

Marshall County Democrat Chairman, Jim Smart said they are planning a rally this Saturday, October 18th at 4:00 PM until whenever in the horse barn at Centennial Park. The event is open to all Democrats in the 2nd District. It will be a pot-luck event, where everyone should bring a dish to share. Smart...
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Scott Lewis Arrested for Meth

October 17, 2014
Scott Lewis Arrested for Meth

A traffic stop at 5th and Jefferson Streets Wednesday afternoon resulted in the arrest of an Argos man for Meth. About 1 o’clock Plymouth Police Officer John Weir stopped 35 year old Scott A. Lewis for a false license plate. After making contact with Lewis it was discovered he was driving on a suspended...
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