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Hoham Drive to Close Monday & Tuesday

July 21, 2016
Hoham Drive to Close Monday & Tuesday

The City of Plymouth Wastewater Department will be replacing a storm sewer at the intersection of Hoham Drive and Western Avenue next week. This construction project will require the closure of Hoham Drive from North Michigan Street to Western Avenue. The closure will start Monday, July 25 at 8 AM and end Tuesday, July...
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Hoosiers fall victim to IRS impersonation scam, lose more than $30K this year

July 21, 2016
Hoosiers fall victim to IRS impersonation scam, lose more than $30K this year

Tax season may be over, but IRS impersonation scammers continue to target consumers. Taxpayers nationwide are reporting unsolicited calls from scammers who claim to be with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) demanding immediate payments. In the last seven months, the Office of the Indiana Attorney General has received nearly 3,000 complaints from consumers reporting...
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1st United Church of Christ Offers Cooling Shelter on Friday and Satruday

July 21, 2016
1st United Church of Christ Offers Cooling Shelter on Friday and Satruday

It is getting HOT out there! With the heat rising the First United Church of Christ at 321 North Center Street in Plymouth want to make sure community members are safe and staying cool. The church has decided to open their facility to the community as a Cooling Shelter on Friday, July 22nd and...
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Earl Miller – 80 – of Plymouth

July 20, 2016
Earl Miller – 80 – of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Sheriff’s Department to Upgrade Tazers

July 20, 2016
Sheriff’s Department to Upgrade Tazers

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel will replace several of the departments Tasers after getting the commissioner’s approval to use the Firearms Fund for the purchase.   During Monday’s Commissioner meeting the sheriff said the department currently has 11 of the X-26 tasers and the company is no longer providing support for them. He’s been...
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State Police K-9 Retired from Bremen Post

July 20, 2016
State Police K-9 Retired from Bremen Post

Indiana State Police K-9 Zane has been retired after nearly eight years of service working the road.  Trooper Ryan McNamara and his partner Zane have been patrolling the Bremen District since December 2008.   Over their career McNamara and Zane have been responsible for removing pounds of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, crack, ecstasy and heroin...
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Heat Advisory in Effect from 2pm on Thur. until 8pm on Saturday

July 20, 2016
Heat Advisory in Effect from 2pm on Thur. until 8pm on Saturday

      National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for all of Northern Indiana beginning at 2pm on Thursday and continuing until 8pm on Saturday.  Temperatures in the 80s and Mid 90s combined with high humidity will cause heat index values to approach 100 degrees on Thur. and exceed 100 degrees on Friday. This type of...
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Local Delta Theta Tau Members Attend National Convention

July 20, 2016
Local Delta Theta Tau Members Attend National Convention

The 108 th National Convention of Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Inc. was held July 13-17, 2016. Bonnie DeMeyer, PNP, Kappa Rho Chapter, New Carlisle, IN, served as Convention Coordinator for the “Heartland Heritage” themed convention held at the Waterford Estates Lodge, South Bend, IN.   National President, Laura Gullett, Beta Nu Chapter, Winchester, IN...
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Ancilla Blessing/Naming Ceremony for Second Residence Hall Brings Crowd

July 20, 2016
Ancilla Blessing/Naming Ceremony for Second Residence Hall Brings Crowd

For the second time in 11 months, a formidable crowd of Ancilla College supporters converged to witness a blessing ceremony. In August 2015, it was to witness the Most Reverend Bishop Kevin Rhoades bless the first residence hall. On July 18, 2016, the ceremony officially opened the private college’s second residence hall and blessed the dining commons, which...
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PHS Football Players Full-fill Volunteer Requirement

July 20, 2016
PHS Football Players Full-fill  Volunteer Requirement

Ten PHS football players volunteered their time on Tuesday, July 19th to spend time with the residents during their July birthday party. There were nine Freshmen and one Senior players who participated. The young men went door to door inviting the residents to attend the birthday party. Before the party began the football players...
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