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Starke County Police Locate Parent of Child Wandering on St. Rd. 8

February 17, 2015
Starke County Police Locate Parent of Child Wandering on St. Rd. 8

About 7:30 Tuesday morning  the Starke County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a small child approximately 4 years old that was walking down State Road 8 in the area of County Road 1100 E. The caller placed the child in a vehicle and waited until a Sheriff’s officer arrived on scene. Once on...
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Plymouth’s Luke Vervynckt nominated for National High School Spirit of Sport Award

February 17, 2015
Plymouth’s Luke Vervynckt nominated for National High School Spirit of Sport Award

Plymouth High School student‐athlete Luke Vervynckt has been nominated by the Indiana High School Athletic Association for the National High School Spirit of Sport Award, an honor sponsored annually by the Indianapolis‐based National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). The award seeks to recognize those individuals who exemplify the ideals of the positive...
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3rd Annual Clay for Cancer Night

February 17, 2015
3rd Annual Clay for Cancer Night

The Weidner School Of Inquiry’s BioArt class will be hosting for the third time their CLAY FOR CANCER night at Plymouth High School on Tuesday February 17th from  5:30pm – 7:00 pm. Freshman students within Haley Church and Phil Koops BioArt class will be presenting on the various types of cancer.  Each student has also...
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Commissioners to Fund Feasibility Study for 4H Fair Grounds

February 17, 2015
Commissioners to Fund Feasibility Study for 4H Fair Grounds

Tammy Dickerson Marshall County Fair 4H Fair Board President and Steve Kromkowski from DLZ appeared before the County Commissioners on Monday to discuss a feasibility study for the 4-H Fair grounds in Argos. A long range plan committee made up of fair board members has been meeting for years but members have their own...
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M.C. Veteran Service Officer Seeks Vets Interested in Training Seminar

February 16, 2015
M.C. Veteran Service Officer Seeks Vets Interested in Training Seminar

Are you a Veteran looking for work?  Pam Schweizer-Betz, the Marshall County Veteran Service Officer is working to have a Veteran Employment Transition Seminar in Plymouth through WorkOne.   The week long comprehensive, developmental and empowering seminar will prepare veterans to re-engage the job market.  The seminar will outline assessments, coping with change, advanced resume...
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Knox Teen Arrested for Burglary and Theft

February 16, 2015
Knox Teen Arrested for Burglary and Theft

On the morning of Monday, February 16th the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary report in the 7,000 south block of 250 West in North Judson. The victim stated that he was outside and witnessed two males coming out of his garage.   The suspects took off running through the woods with items...
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Drainage Board Awards Maintenance Projects

February 16, 2015
Drainage Board Awards Maintenance Projects

Monday morning the Marshall County Drainage Board awarded maintenance bids on four ditches. Alsop Construction was low bidder on the Noah Berger Ditch in Bourbon Township.  Maintenance work includes debrushing and cleaning approximately 7,735 feet of the Noah Berger Ditch starting near Filbert Road on 12B and heading north under Lincoln Highway.  The contractor...
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January Scholar Athletes at PHS Recognized

February 16, 2015
January Scholar Athletes at PHS Recognized

During the Plymouth vs Warsaw Boys Basketball game last Tuesday two seniors at Plymouth High School were honored as the Scholar Athletes of the Month. The female scholar athlete for the month of January is Alexandria Wright, daughter of John and Stephanie Wright. Allie is currently 39th in her class.  Allie is on the...
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Mobile Food Pantry Tuesday in Plymouth

February 16, 2015
Mobile Food Pantry Tuesday in Plymouth

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will be having a mobile pantry in Plymouth on Tuesday, February 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.at the National Guard Armory, located at 1220 West Madison Street. They are offering fresh perishable items and dry goods free of charge on a first come, first served basis while supplies...
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Donnelly: ‘Proud’ to Support Legislation Recognizing 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Foot Soldiers

February 16, 2015
Donnelly: ‘Proud’ to Support Legislation Recognizing 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Foot Soldiers

Washington, D.C. —U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Friday announced his support for bipartisan legislation that would award a Congressional Gold Medal to the brave Foot Soldiers who marched from Selma to Montgomery, AL during March of 1965 and served as a catalyst for the historic Voting Rights Act of 1965. The House unanimously passed this bill on Wednesday...
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