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PHS College Fair this Thursday Open to All County Schools

October 6, 2014
PHS College Fair this Thursday Open to All County Schools

A college fair where students and their parents can meet in person with representatives from dozens of colleges and universities along with representatives with the United States Armed Forces will be held on Thursday, October 9 by the Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School. The college and university representatives are coming from...
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2 Arrested for False Informing After Crash

October 6, 2014
2 Arrested for False Informing After Crash

Saturday morning about 8 a.m. 32 year old Joshua Hanson of Plymouth was traveling eastbound on Glenn Overmyer Drive, in a 2003 Chrysler. Hanson was slowing and stopped in traffic to make and left hand turn into a driveway when 19 year old Miranda Smith, of Plymouth ran into the back of Joshua Hanson’s...
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Ancilla College Hosts Sixth Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

October 6, 2014
Ancilla College Hosts Sixth Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

The 6th annual Tri Ancilla event was held on Saturday, September 27th, under sunny skies and warm temperatures. A field of 70 participants including 55 individuals and 5 relay teams converged upon Ancilla College and The Center at Donaldson for an exciting day of competition. Men and women, ranging in age from 15-79, participated...
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2 Teens Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

October 6, 2014
2 Teens Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

Saturday evening about 6 Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a theft complaint. Wal-Mart’s asset protection associates observed 18 year old Nathaniel Glaze of Plymouth and 19 year old Christian Kaser of North Liberty concealing items and then attempting to leave the store without paying for the items. The subjects...
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Two Rooms Dedicated in Honor of Dr. Otis Bowen & Jim Hardesty

October 6, 2014
Two Rooms Dedicated in Honor of Dr. Otis Bowen & Jim Hardesty

On September 29th, Ancilla College celebrated two important individuals in the history of the college by naming two classrooms in their memory. Friends, family, and Ancilla board members were there to celebrate the dedication of each room. Dr. Ken Zirkle, president of Ancilla College opened the ceremony with welcoming remarks followed by remarks from...
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Governor Pence Issues Statement on Supreme Court’s Decision on Same-sex Marriage in Indiana

October 6, 2014
Governor Pence Issues Statement on Supreme Court’s Decision on Same-sex Marriage in Indiana

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence Monday issued the following statement on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriages. “I will always believe in the importance of traditional marriage and I will always abide by the rule of law. “While it is disappointing to many that the Supreme Court has chosen not to hear...
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California Packaging Company Picks Indiana for Midwest Manufacturing Facility

October 6, 2014
California Packaging Company Picks Indiana for Midwest Manufacturing Facility

LA PORTE-Plastic Package, a manufacturer of packaging containers and trays, announced plans Monday to locate its Midwest manufacturing operations here, creating up to 19 new jobs by 2016. The Sacramento, California-based company will invest $1.37 million to lease and equip a 20,000 square-foot facility at 1900 Whirlpool Drive, Suite 300 in La Porte, with...
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What’s Your Opinion 10-6-14

October 6, 2014


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Commissioner’s Meeting Monday Morning

October 5, 2014
Commissioner’s Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners have a busy agenda for their meeting today. USI will appear at 8:30 and the discussion will be on the major erosion issue that has developed under the East Jefferson Street Bridge over the Yellow River. While preparing to place the Metronet conduit on the side of the bridge, it...
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FAA Awards $2.2 Million Grant to Plymouth Airport

October 5, 2014
FAA Awards $2.2 Million Grant to Plymouth Airport

Friday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter made the official announcement that the City of Plymouth was awarded a Federal Aviation Administration grant in the amount of $2,282,494. The grant will fund a reconstruction of the runway and a widening project from 60 feet to 75 feet. The project will also require new runway lights....
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