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Two Arrested at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

April 15, 2013
Two Arrested at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

  04/16/13  On Friday, April 12th at approximately 7:25 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter.  Arriving to the store, she took 64 year old, Shirley Messer of Knox into custody. Messer was arrested for theft and was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held...
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POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK A SCOUTING RESOURCE

April 15, 2013
POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK A SCOUTING RESOURCE

  04/16/13 Over the years Potawatomi Wildlife Park, a nonprofit nature park located in rural Marshall County,  has been the host site for countless regional scouting events involving hundreds of Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. These events have included den meetings, single day outings, overnight campouts, day camps and regional camporees for...
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Jana’s Gymnastics Teams First at Spring Fling

April 15, 2013
Jana’s Gymnastics Teams First at Spring Fling

04/16/13 Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Spring Fling Gymnastics Meet in South Bend on Saturday.  Jana’s Silver, Gold and Platinum teams combined to win first place beating 11 other teams for the title. Results: Bronze Krista Lauck: Vault 8.05(4th), Bars 9.0(1st), Beam 7.2, Floor 8.65, AA 32.9(4th) Megan Crum: Vault 7.45, Bars 8.5(4th), Beam...
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WALORSKI INTRODUCES BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT

April 15, 2013
WALORSKI INTRODUCES BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT

  04/16/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Budget Committee, introduced a balanced budget Constitutional amendment (H.J. Res. 38) as her first sponsored legislation in the 113th Congress.  The bill restricts outlays to revenue, allowing Congress to spend no more than it takes in each year. “On Tax Day, Hoosier families...
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INDOT Debuts new PSA for Work Zone Awareness Week

April 15, 2013
INDOT Debuts new PSA for Work Zone Awareness Week

  04/16/13 Governor Michael R. Pence is proclaiming April 15-19, 2013 as Work Zone Awareness Week in Indiana. Work Zone Awareness Week marks the ceremonial start to highway construction season and aims to bring awareness to motorist and worker safety in work zones. The danger is real. In 2012, Eight people were killed and...
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Former Co-Owner of A.C.T. Pleads Guilty in US District Court

April 14, 2013
Former Co-Owner of A.C.T. Pleads Guilty in US District Court

  04/15/13 According to our news partners at WNDU, 41 year old Kori Ann Donovan, former co-owner of Advanced Care Transport which operated out of Plymouth from 2008 until 2012 pleaded guilty in US District Court to Medicaid fraud. In September a federal grand jury returned 6 indictments against Donovan and ACT On Friday...
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March Activity Report for Marshall County Jail and Sheriff’s Department

April 14, 2013
March Activity Report for Marshall County Jail and Sheriff’s Department

  04/15/13 Police officers from around Marshall County booked 208 inmates into the Marshall County Jail in March.  The number one reason why people were put in the jail last month, Failure to Appear.  Looking at the remaining top 9 reasons why people were lodged in the county jail, Operating While Intoxicated, Theft, Driving...
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Parent Teacher Conference at PHS Wednesday Evening

April 14, 2013
Parent Teacher Conference at PHS Wednesday Evening

  04/15/13 Aimee Portteus, Director of Guidance at Plymouth High School recently announced Parent-Teacher Conference Night.    Plymouth High School Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday evening April 17 from 6:00 to 8:00. Walk in conferences with teachers will be available from 6:00PM to 6:30PM. Pre-scheduled appointments will take place from 6:30 –...
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County Museum Seeking Collections for Display

April 14, 2013
County Museum Seeking Collections for Display

  04/15/13 The Marshall County Museum is looking for interesting collections that could be displayed at the museum.  The county museum is always looking for residents who are willing to share their collections with the community.  Right now they are looking for a few male-oriented collections to off-set the Miss Plymouth Exhibit and Retro...
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Food for Fines at Plymouth Library

April 14, 2013
Food for Fines at Plymouth Library

  04/15/13   The Plymouth Public Library is celebrating National Library Week with a “Canned Food for Fines” program that started on Sunday, April 14th and runs the entire week.  For each can of food donated to the library, $1.00 will be taken off the fines on a patron’s card.  They will only be accepting...
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