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Kathy Bottorff


Charles Bower, Jr. – 88 – from West Lafayette, formerly of Plymouth

December 28, 2013
Charles Bower, Jr. – 88 – from West Lafayette, formerly of Plymouth

  Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Walkerton Man Airlifted After Crash

December 27, 2013

12/30/13 A crash Thursday evening just after 5 sent a Walkerton man to Memorial Hospital by helicopter. 66 year old William Scheibelhut of Thorn Road had ridden his Wheel Horse lawn tractor across Thorn Road to his mailbox.  After checking the mailbox he turned around to travel back across the roadway and drove into...
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Two Arrested for Underage Drinking

December 27, 2013
Two Arrested for Underage Drinking

  12/30/13 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Sklyane Apartments on the north end of town early Friday morning for a disturbance. Officer Chris Miller responded to apartment E-1 at 12:14 a.m. Friday and located two subjects that appeared to have been drinking.    After an investigation 19 year old Zachary Coburn of Argos and...
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Celebrate the New Year with a First Day Hike on Jan. 1

December 27, 2013
Celebrate the New Year with a First Day Hike on Jan. 1

    12/30/13 Usher in the New Year with other outdoor lovers at one of the many First Day Hikes, and one First Day Horse Ride, offered Jan. 1 at Indiana’s state parks and reservoirs. First Day Hikes are a healthy way to start 2014 and a chance to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature...
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County Police Investigate 13 Burglaries and Thefts at Lake of the Woods

December 26, 2013
County Police Investigate 13 Burglaries and Thefts at Lake of the Woods

  12/27/13 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has investigated thirteen burglary and theft cases in the Lake of the Woods area from January first of this year to December 26th.  Three of these cases have been burglaries with one of them being solved and the other two are still open investigations.  One case is...
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Wal-Mart, Potawatomi Wildlife Park, and Troop 251 Partner in Conservation Project

December 26, 2013
Wal-Mart, Potawatomi Wildlife Park, and Troop 251 Partner in Conservation Project

  12/27/13 A Christmas Eve call to Potawatomi Wildlife Park from the Plymouth Wal-Mart offering free Christmas trees turned into a joint recycling and conservation project with Troop 251 of Marshall County.   The day after Christmas, some go back to work, some sleep in and others go shopping with their gift cards in...
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No Drivers License Lands Plymouth Woman in County Jail

December 26, 2013
No Drivers License Lands Plymouth Woman in County Jail

12/27/13 Driving without a license has landed a Plymouth woman in the Marshall County Jail. Plymouth Patrolman Bob DeLee stopped a vehicle at Plum and Jefferson Streets for driving without its headlights.   Officer DeLee discovered that the driver, 30 year old Tanya K. McNeal of Plymouth had never received a driver’s license. She was...
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Wisconsin Woman Arrested Christmas Eve

December 26, 2013
Wisconsin Woman Arrested Christmas Eve

    12/27/13 A Wisconsin woman is in custody in Plymouth after a traffic stop. Plymouth Officer Shanna Gilmer stopped a car driven by 23 year old Jodi R. Shannon of Madison Wisconsin just after 1 a.m. December 24th for an equipment violation. Gilmer discovered that Shannon was allegedly intoxicated and was in possession...
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Plymouth Man Arrested on Warrant

December 26, 2013
Plymouth Man Arrested on Warrant

12/27/13 A traffic stop Sunday night led to a warrant arrest of a Plymouth man. Plymouth Patrolman Ben McIntyre pulled over a vehicle driven by 22 year old Kyle J. Calhoun of Plymouth for a traffic violation at Jefferson and Gill Street. After running Calhoun’s driver’s license Officer McIntyre discovered there was a warrant...
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WALORSKI MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT PROVISIONS SIGNED INTO LAW

December 26, 2013
WALORSKI MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT PROVISIONS SIGNED INTO LAW

    12/27/13 On Thursday President Obama signed bipartisan provisions into law, authored by Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, to extend whistleblower protections to military sexual assault victims as part of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). “This year’s defense bill contains historic provisions to combat the growing military sexual assault epidemic and create an environment for safe reporting.  I...
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