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Marshall County Jury Convicts Anthony Fields of Five Counts

February 20, 2013
Marshall County Jury Convicts Anthony Fields of Five Counts

  02/21/13 A Marshall County jury deliberated a little over an hour on Wednesday, after which it found Anthony Eugene Fields guilty of Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Precursors with the intent to manufacture Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Common Nuisance, and Possession of Paraphernalia.  After hearing a day and a half of testimony,...
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Commissioners Had Busy Meeting Monday

February 20, 2013
Commissioners Had Busy Meeting Monday

  02/21/13 Mike Miley from Gibson Insurance presented the property and causality policy renewal to the Commissioners on Monday.  This increase is 3.9% or $16,000.  Workman’s Comp. claims continue to be high for the county with the majority of them coming from the highway and sheriff’s departments.  Miley said the creation of the County...
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Paschen Arrested for Theft

February 20, 2013
Paschen Arrested for Theft

  02/21/13 Plymouth Police were called by Wal-Mart about 2:30 Wednesday afternoon for a shoplifter.  Officer James Brown responded and made contact with Wal-Mart’s Loss Prevention and they advised that 59 year old Cathy Paschen of Tyner attempted to leave the store with a cart full of groceries without paying.  The female was detained...
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Redevelopment Commission Keeps River Park Square Project Moving Forward

February 20, 2013
Redevelopment Commission Keeps River Park Square Project Moving Forward

  02/21/13 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission met Tuesday night for their regular monthly meeting. City Engineer Rick Gaul asked and received permission to re-locate a fire hydrant at the intersection of Oak Drive and Pilgrim Lane.   Recently, a semi-truck jumped the 16 inch barrier curb, damaged the curb stop and nearly hit...
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Valparaiso University Chorale to Perform

February 20, 2013
Valparaiso University Chorale to Perform

  02/21/13 The Valparaiso University Chorale, one of the top Lutheran choirs in the United States, will be coming to Donaldson on Saturday Feb 23. The Chorale will perform a variety of sacred and secular music, featuring Frank Ticheli’s ethereal “There Will Be Rest,” Daniel Gawthrop’s robust “Sing a Mighty Song,” and classical works...
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Homework Help at Plymouth Library

February 20, 2013
Homework Help at Plymouth Library

02/21/13 The Plymouth Public Library has begun again offering Homework Help a couple of nights a week. The program just started this month with homework help on Mondays from 4:00 to 5:30 and Thursdays from 5:00 to 6:00. Deb Beck, Meeting Room Coordinator said, “Thanks to the generosity of some gracious Plymouth High School...
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7th Grade Lady Trojans Win 2

February 20, 2013
7th Grade Lady Trojans Win 2

02/21/13 The Triton Lady Trojans seventh grade girls basketball team played in the Tippecanoe Valley tournament Saturday and won beating Rochester Zebra’s in the first game and Tippecanoe Valley  in the final game. The ladies improve their record to 9 wins and 1 loss. Pictured: Back row from left to right  – Manager Izzy...
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Whitley Products Notifies Mayor of Closure

February 19, 2013
Whitley Products Notifies Mayor of Closure

  02/20/13 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter was notified Tuesday afternoon of the impending closure of Whitley Products. As required by the Federal WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) Act, Whitley notified the mayor of their intentions to permanently cease its operations at its facility located at 1403 Stanley Drive and 1100 Flora Street in...
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Plymouth Police Reports

February 19, 2013
Plymouth Police Reports

  02/20/13  On Monday, February 19th at 2:54 PM, Officer Shanna Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a male shoplifter who was also known to be trespassing.   Upon arriving to the scene contact was made with 35 year old, William J. Daily of Rochester who was...
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Second Student Count Day

February 19, 2013

02/20/13  The second student count day for public schools that was taken on February 15, will not alter the funding for this school year. However, the counts could alter the way schools are reimbursed in the future. Indiana is one of 40 states to use more than one count day each year. The Indiana...
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