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Triton Students Lear Digital Citizenship

January 17, 2013
Triton Students Lear Digital Citizenship

  01/18/13 Mr. Walker’s 7th grade computer class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School has been learning about what it means to be a good “digital citizen” through the Atomic Learning program and have created a class blog.   Information included so far on the blog has been posts about digital citizenship, avoiding plagiarizing, and keeping...
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Sleeping Driver Crashes on Michigan Street

January 16, 2013
Sleeping Driver Crashes on Michigan Street

  01/17/13 An Argos drive got a real wake-up call Wednesday morning.  68 year old Ewen Vires of Argos was northbound on Michigan Street at the railroad viaduct in a 1990 GMC Van when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel.  He told Plymouth Police Officer John Weir that he was in-route to the...
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WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT’S GUN CONTROL PROPOSALS

January 16, 2013
WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT’S GUN CONTROL PROPOSALS

  01/17/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement regarding President Obama’s gun control proposals: “As a supporter of the Second Amendment, it is critical that lawmakers continue to protect the right to bear arms for responsible Americans, and I do not support the overwhelming executive actions in the President’s plan that could...
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Arrest Reports for City Officers

January 16, 2013
Arrest Reports for City Officers

01/17/13  On Saturday, January 12th at 2:30 PM, Plymouth Police Officer James Brown initiated a traffic stop at Michigan and Webster Streets on 25 year old, Eliseo Tlahuetl of Warsaw.  The traffic stop was for an unsafe lane change.  During the investigation it was discovered that Mr. Tlahuetl had never received an Indiana Driver’s...
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Vehicle Broken Into in Windmill Park

January 16, 2013
Vehicle Broken Into in Windmill Park

  01/17/13  On Tuesday, January 15th, Plymouth Police Officer James Brown took a theft report from a resident from the 600 block of Windmill Park.    Their vehicle, parked in their driveway had been broken into.  Unknown suspects got into the vehicle and removed loose change.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Plymouth...
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6th Grade DARE Graduation in Plymouth

January 16, 2013
6th Grade DARE Graduation in Plymouth

  01/17/13 We know that drug abuse effects every segment of our society. It is not preserved for the big cities or the poor or broken homes. In the best of our nation’s schools, in the finest and most nurturing of families, in he most affluent of homes. Plymouth Police Officer, Mark Owen has...
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Museum Plans New Miss Plymouth Exhibit this Year

January 16, 2013
Museum Plans New Miss Plymouth Exhibit this Year

 01/17/13 Marshall County was well represented by the young ladies who were crowned Miss Plymouth. The Marshall County Museum staff plans an exhibit on the Miss Plymouth Pageants to open sometime in 2013 but they need the community’s help.  They are looking for items to be donated that relate to this pageant, which was...
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Fire Chief Miller Presents 2012 Activity Report

January 16, 2013
Fire Chief Miller Presents 2012 Activity Report

1/17/13  Monday night Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with his Departmental Activity Report for 2012.  Firefighters and emergency medical personnel responded to 2,180 alarm situations last year. EMTs responded to 1,716 calls last year and 155 medical assists. Looking at the report you will...
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PHS & LJH Speak Up 200 Distinction

January 16, 2013
PHS & LJH Speak Up 200 Distinction

 01/17/13 Two hundred schools and districts across the country were recognized for incorporating feedback from their students and teachers as they develop strategic plans, make budgeting decisions, enhance their curriculum and determine professional development needs.  Project Tomorrow ®, a national education nonprofit, announced this year’s Speak Up 200, a collection of the top K-12...
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WALORSKI: CONGRESS MUST START LIVING WITHIN ITS MEANS

January 16, 2013
WALORSKI: CONGRESS MUST START LIVING WITHIN ITS MEANS

  01/17/13 In her first speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, Tuesday evening Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) discussed the urgent need to cut wasteful spending and restore fiscal sanity in Washington.  Guided by her common sense Hoosier values, Walorski called on Congress and the President to pass a responsible deficit...
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