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West Bound US 30 Closed at King Road for 4 Semi Change-Reaction Crash

December 16, 2013
West Bound US 30 Closed at King Road for 4 Semi Change-Reaction Crash

  12/16/13 West bound traffic on US 30 in the area of the King Road have been backed up for an hour due to a chain reaction accident involving four semis.    About 2:15 four semis were west bound on US 30 at the King Road intersection and had a chain-reaction crash resulting in...
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More Snow on the way… Blowing and Drifting may cause problems for Tuesday. Check your vehicle preparedness kit.

December 16, 2013
More Snow on the way… Blowing and Drifting may cause problems for Tuesday. Check your vehicle preparedness kit.

  12/17/13 More Snow on the Way… Blowing and Drifting May Cause Problems for Tuesday. A clipper system will move through the region bringing a good chance for accumulating snow this afternoon and into tonight. Locations north of highway 30 could see new snowfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches, with locally higher amounts...
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San Juanita “Janie” Servantes – 63 – from Plymouth

December 14, 2013
San Juanita “Janie” Servantes – 63 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth Kinderten Student Left on School Bus Friday for 2 1/2 Hours

December 14, 2013
Plymouth Kinderten Student Left on School Bus Friday for 2 1/2 Hours

  12/16/13 Investigation into exactly what lead to a Plymouth Schools kindergarten student being left on a bus on Friday morning is continuing. When contacted on Friday evening, Plymouth Superintendent Daniel Tyree said, “A elementary boy was left on the bus this morning He spent approximately two and one-half hours unattended.” He added, “When...
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James Corbett II Sentenced to 10 Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Three Years for Child Neglect

December 14, 2013
James Corbett II Sentenced to 10 Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Three Years for Child Neglect

  12/16/13 James Corbett II, 37, of Plymouth, was sentenced on Thursday (December 12, 2013) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine and three years imprisonment on a separate count of neglect of a dependent.  In open court, Corbett admitted that on April 10, 2013, he manufactured methamphetamine...
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Howell Sentenced to 15 Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Intimidation

December 13, 2013
Howell Sentenced to 15 Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Intimidation

12/16/13 Travis Howell, 27, of rural Argos, was sentenced on Thursday (December 12, 2013) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 15 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine and one year imprisonment on a separate count of intimidation.  In open court, Howell admitted that on May 6, 2013, he manufactured methamphetamine at his residence on...
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All Sidewalks to be Clear of Snow and Ice within 24 Hours of Snow

December 13, 2013
All Sidewalks to be Clear of Snow and Ice within 24 Hours of Snow

  12/16/13 The City of Plymouth received over seven inches of snow beginning Friday night and ending Saturday afternoon.  According to Street Department Superintendent Jim Marquardt, “The plows were out for 12 hours on Saturday and back out again on Sunday for cleanup and downtown parking lots.  And we only broke one plow!”  ...
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County Meetings Monday Morning

December 13, 2013
County Meetings Monday Morning

    12/16/13 The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda includes opening maintenance bids for the Hershberger Ditch, Alderfer Ditch, Gail-Unsicker Ditch and Redinger Ditch.  At 8:30 the Logan Drain project will be discussed with INDOT.  The Drainage Board is expected...
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United Way of Marshall County offers options for Year End Giving

December 13, 2013
United Way of Marshall County offers options for Year End Giving

  12/16/13 ‘Tis the season for year-end giving. Charitable donations not only provide you with a feeling of personal satisfaction, but are also a great way to benefit from tax savings. It’s the holiday gift that requires no shopping, shipping, or even wrapping, and allows you to do something more for the greater good...
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IN Christmas Tree Growers Deliver Trees to Statehouse

December 13, 2013
IN Christmas Tree Growers Deliver Trees to Statehouse

  12/16/13 The Indiana’s Christmas Tree Growers presented Statehouse officials with real Indiana grown Christmas trees on Thursday, December 12th.  The annual program sponsored by the Tree Growers Association brings fresh fragrant real trees to Indiana’s Capitol.  The presentations include the huge tree filling the Statehouse Rotunda, along with the Governor’s office, Lt. Governor’s...
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