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Triton Students Started School on Tuesday

August 13, 2013
Triton Students Started School on Tuesday

  08/14/13 Triton Jr.-Sr. High School students, Griffen Julian and Heidi Canizales, line up to get their schedules for the 2013-2014 school year from Triton staff members, Mrs. Stout, Mr. Heeter, Mr. Ross, and Mr. Johns on the first day of school.   Sam McIntyre gives his dad, Mason McIntyre, one last hug as...
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School Board & Board of Works Approves Memorandium of Understanding for School Resource Officer

August 12, 2013
School Board & Board of Works Approves Memorandium of Understanding for School Resource Officer

  08/13/13 An agreement between the Plymouth School Corporation and the City of Plymouth will add yet another layer of safety for students and staff returning to school this week.   At the August 6 meeting of the School Board, Plymouth Police Officer Ted Brown was introduced as the incoming School Resource Officer (SRO)...
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Sheriff Granted $80,000 Additional for Inmate Food

August 12, 2013
Sheriff Granted $80,000 Additional for Inmate Food

  08/13/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin appeared before the County Council Monday seeking an additional appropriation of $80,000 for prisoner meals.  In May the Sheriff’s Department was allowed to transfer funds totaling $50,000 into the line item for prisoner meals.   Of that $50,000 approximately $8,000 is left.  Chamberlin said, “Unfortunately we hit a...
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Bremen Man Arrested for Stabbing on July 1st

August 12, 2013
Bremen Man Arrested for Stabbing on July 1st

  08/13/13  On Monday, July 1st at approximately 11:30 p.m. the Bremen Police Department received a report of a stabbing that had occurred at Center and 3rd Street in Bremen.  Arriving at the location, officers meet with the 35 year old male victim. The victim stated that he had been stabbed by 34 year old...
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Arrests Made by City Police Officers

August 12, 2013
Arrests Made by City Police Officers

    08/13/13  On Wednesday, August 7th at approximately 4:40 PM Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter.  Officer Workman located and arrested 50 year old Boonie K. Halsey of Walkerton.   She was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked for Theft, Possession of Marijuana and Possession...
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County Council Approves Personnel Replacement Requests

August 12, 2013
County Council Approves Personnel Replacement Requests

  08/13/13 It was a busy morning for Monday’s County Council meeting.  With all members present the council unanimously approved the request of Prosecutor David Holmes to replace Graham Polando who has been with the office since October 2012.  Polando has been hired to be a magistrate for Saint Joseph County Probate Court Judge. ...
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Guns Taken in 20A Road Burglary

August 12, 2013
Guns Taken in 20A Road Burglary

  08/13/13  On Thursday, August 8th a resident from the 14,000 Block of 20A Road contacted the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department in reference to a Burglary that had taken place.  Deputy Matt Brown was advised that someone had gained entry into the residence within the prior 24 hours and removed three guns from the...
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M.C. Church Orchestra Featured at Library’s Musical Moments

August 12, 2013
M.C. Church Orchestra Featured at Library’s Musical Moments

08/13/13 The Plymouth Public Library will host another “Musical Moments” concert in the series celebrating the Centennial celebration of the library.    On Thursday, August 15th the Marshall County Church Orchestra will performance at 6:30 pm.  The Musical Moments concerts are free to the public.
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2 Starke County Farmers to Receive 2013 River Friendly Farmer Awards to be Presented Aug. 14

August 12, 2013
2 Starke County Farmers to Receive 2013 River Friendly Farmer Awards to be Presented Aug. 14

  08/13/13 For Indiana farmers, recognition for the work they do every day is nice, but not necessary. They consider the thought and effort they put into protecting soil health and water quality part of their job description as a farmer. On Wednesday, Aug. 14, however, 46 recipients representing 37 counties from across the state...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Lunch on the Road at Olive Garden

August 12, 2013
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Lunch on the Road at Olive Garden

  08/13/13 Miller’s Senior Living Community residents recently enjoyed their August “Lunch on the Road” outing.  A group of ten residents and guests traveled to Mishawaka where they enjoyed the Italian cuisine and atmosphere of The Olive Garden.  They were waited on by a friendly, out-going server whom through conversation they learned is a...
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