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Bomb Threat at PHS Delays Plymouth Schools for 2 Hours Thursday

January 23, 2013
Bomb Threat at PHS Delays Plymouth Schools for 2 Hours Thursday

  01/24/13 Plymouth Schools will have a two-hour delay on Thursday morning due to a bomb threat at Plymouth High School. Superintendent Daniel Tyree said they called a corporation- wide delay because the school buses shuttle students for all of the other schools at the high school each morning. Tyree assured WTCA saying, “The...
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Commissioners Approve $84,000 Contract for Lab Testing

January 23, 2013
Commissioners Approve $84,000 Contract for Lab Testing

   01/24/13 After discussing their concerns on the Great Lakes Lab contract for 2013 with the County Prosecutor and Sheriff the Marshall County Commissioners approved the agreement during their meeting Monday. Prosecutor Dave Holmes explained that he had made a presentation to the County Council during budget hearing discussing the reasons for the contract...
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Kosciusko Pursuit Ends in Marshall County with Arrest

January 23, 2013
Kosciusko Pursuit Ends in Marshall County with Arrest

  01/24/13 A Warsaw man was arrested Tuesday morning after he led state police on a pursuit in a stolen pickup.  The pursuit began near the intersection of SR 19 and CR 100 South in Kosciusko County and ended a few minutes later near the intersection of Apple Road and 19th Road in Marshall...
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PHS Key Club Members Volunteer for MLK Day

January 23, 2013
PHS Key Club Members Volunteer for MLK Day

  01/24/13 Sixty-eight members of the Plymouth High School Key Club joined hundreds of thousands of Americans in observing “a day on, not a day off” on Monday, January 21. To contribute to the national Martin Luther King Day of Service, students volunteered for organizations and schools across the Plymouth community.   Key Clubbers...
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Female Arrested for Theft & False Informing

January 23, 2013
Female Arrested for Theft & False Informing

  01/24/13  On Tuesday, January 22nd at 9:58 AM, Officer James Brown with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Martin’s Supermarket after receiving a report of a shoplifter.  Arriving Officer Brown attempted to identify the suspect but she did not speak English. The female was transported to the Marshall County Jail where she identified...
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STATE’S FLU-RELATED DEATHS NOW AT 40

January 23, 2013
STATE’S FLU-RELATED DEATHS NOW AT 40

01/24/13 Influenza continues to be a concern in Indiana, as state health officials are now reporting 40 deaths due to flu-related illness. Of the 40 deaths, 38 individuals had underlying medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, asthma and renal disease. A large majority of the deaths, 33, have occurred in individuals older than...
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Academies’ polo season begins with matches Jan. 25-26

January 23, 2013
Academies’ polo season begins with matches Jan. 25-26

  01/24/13 Culver Academies’ girls and boys arena polo teams will return to action Jan. 25-26 with home matches against the Detroit Polo Club. The girls will play at 7 p.m. on Friday (Jan. 25), while the boys will mount up at 10 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 26). The games will be played at the...
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State Sen. Ryan Mishler statement on Gov. Pence’s State of the State Address

January 23, 2013
State Sen. Ryan Mishler statement on Gov. Pence’s State of the State Address

  01/24/13 “Governor Pence presented his vision for Indiana’s future tonight during his first State of the State address. Among many topics discussed this evening, I was pleased to see him emphasize quality education. “I am ready to work with the governor and my colleagues in the General Assembly to ensure our schools receive...
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Park Dept. to take Bus Trip to Horseshoe Casino

January 23, 2013
Park Dept. to take Bus Trip to Horseshoe Casino

 01/24/13 Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department has announced the next bus trip. The Plymouth Park Department will be taking a bus trip to the Horseshoe Casino on February 25th. The Royal Excursion charter bus will depart from the Plymouth Pool at 9:00 am and return at 5:00 pm.  The cost...
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WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PASSAGE OF ‘NO BUDGET, NO PAY’ BILL

January 23, 2013

01/24/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday released the following statement regarding the passage of the No Budget, No Pay Act, H.R. 325: “I am pleased with the bipartisan passage of the No Budget, No Pay Act today on the House floor.  This legislation clearly signals to the American people that Washington is serious about...
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