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Plymouth Police Need Help in Identifing Female at WalMart

February 11, 2014
Plymouth Police Need Help in Identifing Female at WalMart

  02/12/14 The Plymouth Police Department is asking for help from citizens in the community.      They are trying to identify a female who was recently in the local Wal-Mart Store.  There are two pictures from surveillance cameras at the store.       The female was in a light colored car and information...
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30 years of Ponderosa in Plymouth

February 11, 2014
30 years of Ponderosa in Plymouth

02/12/14 Tuesday evening Tom and Carolyn Blackburn, owners of Plymouth’s Ponderosa Steakhouse were pleasantly surprised when they came to the restaurant to have dinner with a couple of family members.    The staff and employees surprised the couple with a new banner out front of the restaurant recognizing their 30th year.  Nearly all of...
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Marshall County 4-H Jr. Leaders give back to Community

February 11, 2014
Marshall County 4-H Jr. Leaders give back to Community

  02/12/14 Although it has been snowy, the Marshall County 4-H Jr. Leaders have been active giving back to their community. At the end of January, the youth made more than 100 valentines to give to Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth.   In the spirit of giving, this week February 10-16th is Random Act...
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County Police Pursuit of Snowmobile ends in Arrest

February 11, 2014
County Police Pursuit of Snowmobile ends in Arrest

  02/12/14  On Sunday, February 9th Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Bryant attempted to stop on a snowmobile near the intersection of US 31 and 11th Road. The driver identified as 30 year old Brandon P. King of Plymouth failed to stop initiating a pursuit where Mr. King traveled recklessly south on US 31...
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January Activity Report for Plymouth PD

February 11, 2014
January Activity Report for Plymouth PD

  02/12/14 Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented his January 2014 monthly report during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. The Plymouth Police Department answered 797 calls for information, officers responded to 162 complaints and 175 9-1-1 calls.  City officers conducted 123 traffic stops, conducted 305 residential security checks and signed 19...
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PHS Theatre Department Presents “Witness”

February 11, 2014
PHS Theatre Department Presents “Witness”

02/12/14 This weekend, the Plymouth High School Theatre Department will open the auditorium doors for our annual winter play.  The title of the show is “Witness.” The students in our advanced acting class have written this incredible script about all of the weird, wonderful, hilarious, horrible, crazy, cruel, and amazing things that kids witness. ...
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SHIRLEY TEMPLE’S CULVER CONNECTION

February 11, 2014
SHIRLEY TEMPLE’S CULVER CONNECTION

  02/12/14 Shirley Temple Black, who passed away Monday at the age of 85, has a Culver connection. Her co-star in his first big hit, Little Miss Marker, was famed actor Adolphe Menjou, who attended Culver Military Academy for one year. His graduation year is listed as 1907. He was a member of the...
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Lake Maxinkuckee to Host Indiana’s 2nd NAIFC State Championship Ice Fishing Tournament

February 11, 2014
Lake Maxinkuckee to Host Indiana’s 2nd NAIFC State Championship Ice Fishing Tournament

  02/12/14 Culver will hold Indiana’s second annual NAIFC (North American Ice Fishing Circuit) State Championship on Lake Maxinkuckee, February 14-16, 2014.  Teams finishing in the top-10 at the Culver Qualifier automatically advance to the NAIFC North American National Championship on Mille Lacs Lake, Isle Minnesota in December 2014. The Culver Qualifying Tournament is...
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Jefferson Jets Celebrate 100th Day of School

February 11, 2014
Jefferson Jets Celebrate 100th Day of School

  02/12/14 The elementary schools in the Plymouth Community School Corporation typically celebrate the 100th day of school each year.    This year the Jefferson Jets got in the spirit of celebration on Monday as they finally hit their 100th day of school!    One hundred year old Mrs. Mills greeted happy students as...
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Game bird habitat development funds available for landowners

February 11, 2014
Game bird habitat development funds available for landowners

  02/12/14 Private landowners looking to improve wildlife habitat on their property may qualify for financial assistance through the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife, particularly if they want to benefit bobwhite quail and ring-neck pheasants. Bobwhite quail and ring-neck pheasant are prized game birds. However, populations of both have suffered from permanent habitat...
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