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Bigley of Culver Arrested for Glue Sniffing

November 3, 2014
Bigley of Culver Arrested for Glue Sniffing

Sunday evening just after 5 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-Mart parking lot for the complain of a male subject screaming inside his truck and a dog running around the outside of it. City Officer Ben McIntyre located the subject who seemed to be in some type of seizure state. The male,...
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18 State Parks to Close Temporarily for Deer Reductions

November 3, 2014
18 State Parks to Close Temporarily for Deer Reductions

Select Indiana state parks will close temporarily to allow for controlled deer reductions in the coming weeks. The dates for the temporary closings are November 17th and 18th, and December 1st and 2nd. The state parks affected near Marshall County include Indiana Dunes, Potato Creek and Tippecanoe River. Other State Parks experiencing temporarily closures...
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CenturyLInk Discounts to Qualifying Low-income Individuals

November 3, 2014
CenturyLInk Discounts to Qualifying Low-income Individuals

Did you know that discounts on basic residential phone service are available to qualifying low-income individuals in Indiana? Century Link is informing Indiana residents living in a Century Link service area to call 1-855-954-6546 and ask about the Lifeline telephone discounts or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline to find out if they qualify. These discounts will help...
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Chargers fall in OT in regional final

November 3, 2014

GRAND HAVEN, MI- The Ancilla men’s soccer team split the postseason weekend with a shutout Saturday against #16 Cincinnati State and an overtime loss Sunday against #9 Schoolcraft. In semi-final postseason action Saturday November 1st, the Chargers defeated Cincinnati State 3-0 with two goals from freshman Dayle Robertson and a lone goal from freshman Antonio Luna. The victory...
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Ancilla volleyball bows out in regional

November 3, 2014

TOLEDO, OH – Ancilla volleyball finished postseason action this weekend 1-2 with a Cincinnati State loss Friday and a win loss split against Jackson and Vincennes respectively. On Friday October 31st, the Lady Chargers were defeated by Cincinnati State 13-25, 24-26, 25-22, 22-25. To redeem their Fridaynight loss, Ancilla matched-up against Jackson College, who had previously accounted...
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PHS baseball Christmas Bazaar

November 3, 2014

1ST ANNUAL PLYMOUTH BASEBALL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR AND QUARTER AUCTION Saturday – December 6, 2014 10:00am-4:00pm Quarter Auction at 3:00pm Riverside Gym and Cafeteria 905 E. Baker Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Cost for Vendor Space $20.00 for a 5×5 space (Center Isle) $25.00 for a 5×10 space (Outside Isles) $30.00 for a 10×10 space (Outside...
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Wrench In General 10-30-14

November 3, 2014


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Wrench In General 10-23-14

November 3, 2014


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What’s Your Opinion 11-3-14

November 3, 2014


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Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th

November 2, 2014
Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th

Hoosiers will go to the polls on Tuesday to vote for various Federal, State and local candidates. On the federal level voters in Marshall County will decide between Republican incumbent Jackie Walorski for 2nd District Representative and Democrat Joe Bock of Libertarian Jeff Petermann. On the state level voters will choose a Secretary of...
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