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Volunteers Needed for Bourbon Cemetery Walk May 22

April 17, 2016
Volunteers Needed for Bourbon Cemetery Walk May 22

Back by popular demand, will be the Bourbon Cemetery Walk. Portia Wampler and Karin Rettinger, with the support of a host of others, are organizing another local Cemetery Walk.  This one is at the Parks-Oddfellows Cemetery on Sunday, May 22 at 3:00 p.m. The actors have been secured, but the committee could use a little...
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Indiana State Police Summer Youth Camps-Additional Dates

April 17, 2016
Indiana State Police Summer Youth Camps-Additional Dates

Every summer since 1970, the Indiana State Police has offered law enforcement summer camps for Hoosier youth. To date, over 45,000 young Hoosiers have been afforded the opportunity to spend face time with law enforcement officers in a positive environment. Countless camp graduates have gone on to careers in law enforcement and other related...
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From the Ground Up

April 17, 2016
From the Ground Up

Pollinator populations, including bees, are in serious decline due to disease, climate change, lack of food, chemical use and habitat loss. It is easy to say someone else is to blame but we have all played a part, even the backyard gardener. The good news is that we can all help bring back the...
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Plymouth School Board Considers Meal Price Increase

April 17, 2016
Plymouth School Board Considers Meal Price Increase

The Plymouth School Board approved an increase in meal prices for the 2016-2017 school year; however, the increase won’t be instituted if an exemption is granted by the state. Plymouth Community School Corporation Food Services Director, Gloria Burnam, spoke to the Board on April 12. Burnam said the corporation is required to raise prices,...
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Plymouth High School CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship Results

April 17, 2016
Plymouth High School CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship Results

Three of the Plymouth High School Robotics Teams qualified to compete at the CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship on Thursday thru Saturday April 7th-9th, at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. PHS Team 586A finished the qualifying matches in 24th place with a 6 and 4 record. They made it into the tournament, but ended...
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IURC, INDOT Remind Hoosiers to Focus on Safety

April 15, 2016
IURC, INDOT Remind Hoosiers to Focus on Safety

April marks the beginning of the construction season – both at your home and on the roadway. Governor Pence recently signed a proclamation declaring April 2016 as Safe Digging Month across Indiana. This month is dedicated to increasing awareness of safe digging practices and reminding homeowners and professionals when to contact 811. Nationwide, underground...
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Junior Achievement and 1st Source Bank announce $8,000 contribution and matching campaign

April 15, 2016
Junior Achievement and 1st Source Bank announce $8,000 contribution and matching campaign

Junior Achievement (JA) is excited to announce a generous $8,000 grant from 1st Source Bank that will provide additional JA Personal Finance courses for area students. The funds will also provide opportunities for area students to participate in JA’s innovative BizTown and FinancePark programming based in Fort Wayne. 1st Source’s Connie Lemler, Mindy Overmyer...
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Warsaw Man Arrested for Operating with a BAC of .15% or More

April 15, 2016
Warsaw Man Arrested for Operating with a BAC of .15% or More

On Thursday, April 14, at approximately 4:52 p.m. Patrolman Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop near Hawthorn Road and Walnut Streets in Inwood. The driver had tried to elude police but was found at the Inwood location. During the traffic stop the driver, 35 year old Juan Garcia...
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Updated: Fatal Crash on US 6 West of Bremen

April 15, 2016
Updated: Fatal Crash on US 6 West of Bremen

A fatal crash between a semi and car on US 6 closed the state highway for hours Thursday night. Although no details are being released, the Indiana State Police confirm that the driver of the car was killed in the head on crash, west of Bremen. Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger confirmed that 23...
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Improvements at Plymouth Speedway

April 15, 2016
Improvements at Plymouth Speedway

Plymouth Speedway has been a busy place for the past couple of months with new grandstands, a new tower and major improvement to the two tracks. The new grandstands come from Daytona Speedway and allow the fans a greater vantage point to watch the exciting action from a higher point of view.  Another nice...
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