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Chicago Man Arrested on Warrant, Cocaine Found at Jail

March 8, 2016
Chicago Man Arrested on Warrant, Cocaine Found at Jail

A traffic stop by County Police Officer Wozniak Sunday, March 6th ended with the arrest of a Chicago man. About 2:00 AM, Officer Wozniak stopped a black 2009 Dodge Caliber on US 30 near Iris Road. A backseat passenger, 37 year old Romal Phillip Jenkins was found to have a warrant through Allen County....
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Intimidation and More

March 8, 2016
Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Intimidation and More

County Police arrested 35 year old Philip Rayon Tate of Fort Wayne Saturday on multiple charges including Intimidation. At approximately 9:25 p.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department arrested Tate for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a Person, Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated with a Blood Alcohol Content of greater than...
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WSOI Sophomores begin Marshall County Agricultural Bicentennial Project

March 8, 2016
WSOI Sophomores begin Marshall County Agricultural Bicentennial Project

On Monday March 7, the first steps of a sophomore class-wide significant historical agricultural project started.   76 students from the Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School walked to the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center downtown.   Their journey was less than a mile, but the significance of this project’s scope has...
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Donnelly Ranked Second-Most Bipartisan Senator for 2015 by Lugar Center

March 8, 2016
Donnelly Ranked Second-Most Bipartisan Senator for 2015 by Lugar Center

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University rated U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly the second-most bipartisan U.S. Senator and the most bipartisan Democrat, according to a new Bipartisan Index released Monday that measures the bipartisanship of Senators in 2015. In December 2015, the Lugar Center ranked Donnelly as the fourth-most bipartisan U.S. Senator...
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Renowned Canon Lawyer to Speak at Ancilla College

March 8, 2016
Renowned Canon Lawyer to Speak at Ancilla College

According to Dr. Kate Kuenstler, “formation” is the key word in the title of her upcoming Lampen Lecture, “FORMATION OF THE HUMAN PERSON: Catholic Higher Education according to the Code of Canon Law.” The lecture will take place Wednesday, March 9th, 3 p.m. in room 231 of Ancilla College. Through the tenants of the...
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Bids Open for Tennis Court Project

March 8, 2016
Bids Open for Tennis Court Project

It’s not clear if there is enough money to start the building project for the new tennis courts but after Monday night’s Plymouth Park Board meeting, it’s now known how much is needed. Two bids were opened for the project, one from Ziolkowski Construction of South Bend and the other from Michiana Contracting from...
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PHS Speech Team Qualifies Members for National Tournament

March 8, 2016
PHS Speech Team Qualifies Members for National Tournament

The Plymouth High School Speech Team competed in the Northwest Indiana National Qualification tournament over the weekend and advanced students to the NSDA National Tournament that will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah in June. While students can qualify in more than one event, they must choose only one event for the national...
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Commissioners Approve Aerial Treatment for Gypsy Moths

March 7, 2016
Commissioners Approve Aerial Treatment for Gypsy Moths

On Monday the Marshall County Commissioners signed a letter of approval for a Gypsy Moth treatment project in two sections of the county. A letter from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to the commissioners say the USDA Forest Service and IDNR are cooperatively conducting aerial treatments to manage gypsy moth to slow the...
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LJH Storm Radio has 2 National Winners

March 7, 2016
LJH Storm Radio has 2 National Winners

Congratulations to Lincoln Junior High Digital Storm Radio Students. Winners were announced this past weekend in New York City at the 76th annual IBS National Broadcasting Awards for both the high school and college divisions. Lincoln Junior High competes in the high school division, as they are the only junior high radio station in...
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Representative Tim Harman Honored for his Service to the General Assembly

March 7, 2016
Representative Tim Harman Honored for his Service to the General Assembly

After serving House District 17 for four years, State Rep. Tim Harman (R-Bremen) is retiring from the Indiana General Assembly. Monday, House Republicans honored Harman for his years of service and commitment to improving the lives of those in Marshall and Fulton counties. “My time in the General Assembly has been a wonderful experience,”...
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