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James See Arrested After Crashing 3 Parked Vehicles

January 25, 2013
James See Arrested After Crashing 3 Parked Vehicles

  01/28/13  On Thursday, January 24th at 2:00 AM, Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland responded to a four vehicle accident at 501 East Garro Street. Arriving at the scene he located three parked vehicles with damage and the suspected vehicle that caused that damage owned by 46 year old James W. See of Plymouth....
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Argos BPA Qualfies 25 for State Competition

January 25, 2013
Argos BPA Qualfies 25 for State Competition

 01/28/2013  Last Saturday the  Argos High School BPA (Business Professionals of America) team traveled to Warsaw for the District Competition to compete for a place in the state BPA competition in Indianapolis from March 10th-12th.  From a student population of approximately 200 students, Argos also represented Marshall County well with 25 students participating and all...
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AS FLU SEASON IS UNDERWAY, SO IS “STOMACH FLU”

January 25, 2013
AS FLU SEASON IS UNDERWAY, SO IS “STOMACH FLU”

 01/28/13 Winter is the season for influenza, and as the flu season continues, State health officials want to remind Hoosiers this is also norovirus or “stomach flu” season. Norovirus is not actually influenza, however, both may be prevented by taking measures to protect yourself. This season, health officials are reporting that a new strain...
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County Police Reports

January 25, 2013
County Police Reports

01/28/13 On Thursday, January 24th at 3:14 PM, Deputy Jonathon Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the CSX Railroad after receiving a complaint of two subjects wearing camouflage on the tracks near the Maple Road crossing possibly stealing scrap.  Arriving, Deputy Bryant located the subjects while they were stealing scrap that...
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Donnelly Supports Bipartisan Proposal to Make U.S. Senate More Efficient

January 25, 2013
Donnelly Supports Bipartisan Proposal to Make U.S. Senate More Efficient

 01/28/13  Thursday night, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after voting for the bipartisan proposal to reform the Senate rules. “I believe in compromise and working with both parties, which is why I joined a bipartisan group to improve the efficiency of the U.S. Senate.  We face many pressing challenges, and I look...
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Triton Elementary Students Celebrate 100 days of School

January 25, 2013
Triton Elementary Students Celebrate 100 days of School

  01/28/13 Kindergarten students at Triton Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school last week with a variety of special activities.  Travis Barnhart, a kindergarten student is pictured reading a poem on the announcements about the 100th day of school!  Kindergarten used to be learning to tie your shoes and sharing your toys....
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More Info on How Bomb Threat at PHS was Handled

January 25, 2013
More Info on How Bomb Threat at PHS was Handled

  01/28/13 A bomb threat found in a boy’s bathroom at Plymouth High School on Wednesday (January 23) after school hours prompted quick and through responses from school administrators, the Plymouth Police Department and the Indiana State Police. The threat, scribbled on the wall, and found by a student, said that a bomb would...
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Whitley Products Closes the Doors

January 24, 2013
Whitley Products Closes the Doors

 01/25/13 Employees at Whitley Products in Plymouth, Warsaw and Franklin, North Carolina had a rude awaking Thursday.  They were told by their supervisors that they were being terminated immediately. A phone call to Whitley’s in Plymouth resulted in a quick conversation with Plant Manager, Rick Green in which he read the following statement: “Please...
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County Plan Commission Tables Proposed Amendment to Wind Engery Ordinance

January 24, 2013
County Plan Commission Tables Proposed Amendment to Wind Engery Ordinance

01/25/13 It was standing room only at Thursday night’s Marshall County Plan Commission meeting as members were presented with a proposed amendment to the County’s Wind Energy Conversion System in the zoning ordinance.   County Plan Director Ralph Booker read the current ordinance and then the proposed changes so everyone at the meeting knew...
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Weirick Arreste in Burr Oak for Meth

January 24, 2013
Weirick Arreste in Burr Oak for Meth

  01/25/13  On Tuesday, January 15th an investigation into the manufacturing and dealing of methamphetamine was conducted by the UNIT (Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team) led to a traffic stop I the Burro Oak area. Patrolman Jonathon Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a tip from the Drug Task Force that led to...
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