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Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay will Highlight State Celebrations in 2016

December 12, 2014
Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay will Highlight State Celebrations in 2016

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Mike Pence announced a new signature event of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission Friday during Statehood Day remarks in the south atrium of the Indiana Statehouse. The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay will touch each of Indiana’s 92 counties during the 2,300 mile journey across the state. The torch relay will be an...
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Lincoln sweeps Rochester

December 12, 2014

Seventh Grade The 7th Grade Redstorm fought through 2 missing players, a tough physical game, and an off shooting night to defeat Rochester 30-26.  With two post players out for Lincoln, smaller players were needed to step up and they did.  Brady Hissong and Trey Galloway both played strong minutes on players 4-8 inches...
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Swimmers post bests at Goshen

December 12, 2014

GOSHEN – The PHS Swimmers and Divers brought home 18 personal best times. They are: The medley relay team of Emily Cochern, Abby Patrick, Devin Gritton, and Sachi Naito. Cochern also PB’d in the 100 back, Patrick PB’d in the 500 free and 100 breast, Gritton PB’d in the 200 & 500 free and...
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Dorms at Ancilla College to Open Fall 2015

December 12, 2014
Dorms at Ancilla College to Open Fall 2015

DONALDSON – With beds for approximately 100 students, Ancilla College is delighted to announce a state-of–the art residence hall will be ready for students beginning the 2015-16 school year. “This project will help us reach students from a wider area, previously unavailable for a commuter campus,” said Dr. Ken Zirkle, president. “We are proud...
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Additional Details on 7th Circuit Rule Against City of Plymouth

December 11, 2014
Additional Details on 7th Circuit Rule Against City of Plymouth

This week the Chicago-based Federal Appeals Court for the Seventh Circuit ruled against the City of Plymouth in the case of a U.S. Military Reserve officer’s lawsuit. Plymouth Police officer Robert DeLee had sought longevity pay under the Federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act (USERRA). The appeal decision reversed the United States District...
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November Fire Department Activity Report

December 11, 2014
November Fire Department Activity Report

Plymouth Fire Chief, Rod Miller was granted permission to begin the hiring process to fill a full-time vacancy for the paramedic/firefighter during this week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. The Chief also presented the November Activity Report. There were a total of 165 alarm situations last month, 133 calls for the emergency...
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November Police Activity Report

December 11, 2014
November Police Activity Report

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented the November Activity Report. The number of calls for information was the lowest of the whole year at 662. Complaints were much lower than they have been the last seven months at 176. Plymouth police responded to 166 calls for 911, and conducted 182 residential security checks. They...
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Plymouth Couple Arrested for Domestic Battery

December 11, 2014
Plymouth Couple Arrested for Domestic Battery

Thursday morning about 1:45 the Marshall County 9-1-1 Dispatch Center received a report of a domestic battery at a residence in the 16,000 block of Sheryl Court in Plymouth. County police officers responded to the home and after an investigation 40 year old Chad Wayne Smith was arrested for strangulation and domestic battery in...
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Jim and Mary Neu Memorial Scholarship Established at Ancilla

December 11, 2014
Jim and Mary Neu Memorial Scholarship Established at Ancilla

Plymouth High School graduates have another opportunity for financial help in order to attend Ancilla College by the generous scholarship created in memory of Jim and Mary Neu. Jim and Mary’s daughters, Mary Neu-Stoppelman and Nancy (Neu) Swanson, originated an endowed scholarship to honor their parents and to create educational opportunities for local students....
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Executive Session to Evaluate Dept. Heads

December 11, 2014
Executive Session to Evaluate Dept. Heads

The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for an executive session in their second floor meeting room of the County Building on Monday, December 15th at 1 p.m. The purpose of the executive session is to conduct performance evaluations for appointed department heads as allowed under Indiana Code.
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