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No Meth, No Contamination at Webster School

November 5, 2014
No Meth, No Contamination at Webster School

Plymouth School Superintendent Dan Tyree used School Reach Wednesday afternoon to let parents know of an issued that happened at the rear property of Webster Elementary School. Wednesday morning the school’s security team located a burned cooler at the rear property line of Webster School. It was suspected to be used to cook meth....
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Trombley from Bremen Arrested for Domestic Battery

November 5, 2014

On Tuesday, November 4th about 5:00 p.m. the Bremen Police Department was called to a domestic fight in the 100 block of West Plymouth Street. After a brief investigation 42 year old Joel Trombley of West Plymouth Street address in Bremen was arrested and incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail on a complaint of...
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12-6-14 PHS Baseball Christmas Bazaar and Quarter Auction

November 5, 2014
12-6-14 PHS Baseball Christmas Bazaar and Quarter Auction

The Plymouth Baseball program is having its first Christmas Bazaar and Quarter Auction on Saturday, December 6th from 10:00am-4:00pm. The quarter auction starts at 3:00pm sharp. In case you are not familiar with the term “quarter auction”, it is part raffle, part auction, part fundraiser and it truly keeps participants on the edge of...
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PHS Boys Bowlers Beat John Glenn

November 5, 2014
PHS Boys Bowlers Beat John Glenn

The Plymouth High School Boys Bowling Team showed another dominating performance Monday night (11-3-14) coming off of the sweep of John Adams. They looked to get another sweep against John Glenn. The boys only lost point for a final of Plymouth beating Glenn 19-1. The match was held at Bowlers Country Club and was...
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Local School Board Election Results

November 5, 2014
Local School Board Election Results

Most voters in Marshall County had the opportunity to vote for their local school board members on Tuesday during the General Election. Just like the county, state, and federal elections, there weren’t too many races. In Bremen there was a race for District 1 – in town between Sheila Kelty and Maria Mikel. Mikel...
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Chargers head up all MCCAA team

November 5, 2014

DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College men’s soccer program placed six of its athletes on the 2014 All-MCCAA Men’s Soccer Team. After the completion of the program’s most successful season since 2007, six Chargers were named to the 2014 All-MCCAA Men’s Soccer team; which included Dayle Robertson, Andrew Smith and Antonio Luna being named...
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Balanced Calendar for 2015-16 School Year in Plymouth

November 5, 2014
Balanced Calendar for 2015-16 School Year in Plymouth

The Plymouth School Board gave the go-a-head for school administrators to proceed with introducing a balanced calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. Specific details of how the calendar will look will not be brought back to the Board until February, 2015, however. Director of Quality Programs, Michele Riise, presented an overview of what a...
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18 year old Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Property Damage Accident

November 5, 2014
18 year old Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Property Damage Accident

At 18 year old Plymouth teen was arrested Monday evening for leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Just before 6 p.m. person reported that his vehicle had been struck in the Taco Bell parking lot and the suspect left the scene. A witness was able to provide a description and partial license...
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Law Enforcement Adding Patrols During Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

November 4, 2014
Law Enforcement Adding Patrols During Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

As families take to the roads this holiday season, law enforcement is reminding drivers extra patrols will be cracking down on impaired driving and seat belt violations to increase safety on the state’s streets and highways. “Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel periods of the year,” said Patrolman. Matt Geiger from the Bourbon...
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County Voters Help to Elect Republicans to State Seats

November 4, 2014
County Voters Help to Elect Republicans to State Seats

Marshall County voters had a few state positions to vote for where their votes could make a difference. In Marshall County, Republican Connie Lawson took over 68% of the votes while Democrat Elizabeth White received 28% and Libertarian Karl Tatgenhorst received 3%. In the race for State Auditor, Republican Susan Crouch received 6405 votes...
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