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Sports 12-13-13

December 13, 2013

  In basketball action   On tap for tonight Plymouth’s boys take on Peru at home in a game you can hear right here on WTCA, Brian Kunze and Nick Chaney will be court side starting at around 7:15 p.m.   Tomorrow the Plymouth Lady Pilgrims take on rival Warsaw and you can hear...
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Glen Gridley Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Ten Years for Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon

December 12, 2013
Glen Gridley Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Ten Years for Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon

  12/13/13 Glenn Gridley, 53, of Plymouth, was sentenced Thursday in Marshall Superior Court Number I to ten years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine and ten years imprisonment on a separate charge of possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon.  In open court, Gridley admitted that on February 7, 2013, the equipment necessary...
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Long Time Community Leader Passes at age 90

December 12, 2013
Long Time Community Leader Passes at age 90

  12/13/13 A long time leader of the Plymouth community – Fred Morrow – has passed away at the age of 90. A lifelong resident of Plymouth Fred founded Morrow Insurance Agency but was best known as one of the shapers of the Plymouth Community through his tireless work in city government and charity....
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“Riverside Pledges to End Bullying”

December 12, 2013
“Riverside Pledges to End Bullying”

  12/13/13 Riverside students Fransheska Cantero, Addison Shireman, and Sophia Smith initiated a Bully Free Week at Riverside in order to unite students in the fight to end bullying.     The young ladies developed blue pledge sheets for students to sign, cut and passed out blue ribbons for students and staff to wear,...
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Indiana State Police Warn about Scammers Threatening Arrests

December 12, 2013
Indiana State Police Warn about Scammers Threatening Arrests

  12/13/13 The message on voicemail said a warrant would be issued for his arrest if he did not call back immediately. Unfortunately the caller, who claimed he was a deputy from the Indiana State Police warrant division, didn’t realize that the person he called back was an actual detective with the Indiana State...
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Rochester Man Arrested for Hubitial Traffic Violator

December 12, 2013
Rochester Man Arrested for Hubitial Traffic Violator

  12/13/13 On Tuesday, December 10th at approximately 11:56 p.m. a Marshall County Deputy initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle at the intersection of Michigan and Church Streets in LaPaz.  The traffic stop was for a moving violation.  During the course of the stop it was determined that the driver, 36 year old Jeffery...
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Special Needs Shopping Cart Debuts in Plymouth

December 12, 2013
Special Needs Shopping Cart Debuts in Plymouth

  12/13/13 Caroline’s Cart, the custom grocery cart invented by Drew Ann Long, the Alabama mother of a special needs daughter, has found a test market at a Plymouth grocery store.   The Martins Super Market 22 store at 865 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth is one of a growing number of stores throughout...
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165 Stops During Operation Pull Over

December 12, 2013
165 Stops During Operation Pull Over

  12/13/13 The Plymouth Police Department participated in the “Operation Pull Over” program from Friday, November 8th through Sunday, December 1st. During the   During the nearly month long campaign over the Thanksgiving holiday Plymouth officers worked additional hours enforcing traffic rules and looking for seat-belts violation and  drunk drivers.  During the extra patrols officers...
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DNR Urges Public to Beware of ‘Thin Ice’

December 12, 2013
DNR Urges Public to Beware of ‘Thin Ice’

  12/13/13 Every winter, thousands of Hoosiers enjoy fishing, skating, hiking or just sliding around on frozen ponds and lakes. And every year, people drown after falling through ice. As ice begins to form on many waterways, Indiana Conservation Officers with the Department of Natural Resources want citizens to put safety first. Here are...
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National Report: Indiana Ranks 31st in Protecting Kids from Tobacco

December 12, 2013
National Report: Indiana Ranks 31st in Protecting Kids from Tobacco

  12/13/13Indianapolis – Fifteen years after the 1998 state tobacco settlement, Indiana ranks 31st in the nation in funding programs to prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit, according to a national report released today by a coalition of public health organizations. Indiana currently spends $5.8 million a year on tobacco prevention and...
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