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May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

June 11, 2014
May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

06/11/14 Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented his May 2014 monthly report during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. The Plymouth Police Department answered 759 calls for information, officers responded to 237 complaints and 171 9-1-1 calls.  City officers conducted 285 traffic stops, conducted 106 residential security checks and signed 28 adult...
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Bulletproof Vest for Arras

June 11, 2014
Bulletproof Vest for Arras

The Marshall County Police Department’s Canine team took delivery of a new bulletproof vest this week.  Vested Interest in K9’s Inc. is a nationwide non-profit group designed to provide working dogs with the appropriate equipment to protect them while they are working on the streets.  The “occasions” campaign ran from February 15-March 5 and...
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Argos High School Senior Awards

June 11, 2014
Argos High School Senior Awards

Judy Delp, Guidance Director at Argos High School released information and pictures of the 2014 Senior Class award and scholarship winners. FRONT ROW: Athena Blevins, Health Careers Distinction; Sydnie Kolar, Health Careers Distinction; Libby Moyer, Americanism Test Winner and Co-Valedictorian; Charlie Horn, Health Careers Distinction; Amanda Middleton, DAR Winner, American Legion Citizenship Winner, Salutatorian,...
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Deer fawns: If you care, leave it there

June 11, 2014
Deer fawns: If you care, leave it there

This is peak season for encountering white-tailed deer fawns. If you come across one that appears to be abandoned, the best thing to do is leave it alone. It’s common to see fawns by themselves. A mother deer will leave a fawn during the day, both to look for food and so her scent...
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Walorski Sends Letter to President Obama Urging Declassification of Intelligence of Five Afghan Nationals

June 11, 2014
Walorski Sends Letter to President Obama Urging Declassification of Intelligence of Five Afghan Nationals

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), member of the House Armed Services Committee, along with six of her House colleagues, sent a letter to President Obama Tuesday requesting the declassification of intelligence related to the five Afghan nationals transferred from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to Qatar last month.   “I’m extremely concerned that releasing these individuals presents a...
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Argos Man Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

June 11, 2014
Argos Man Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

Jeremy Hill, 32, of Argos, was sentenced Wednesday, June 11th in Marshall Superior Court Number 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine in his Argos home.  In open court, Hill previously admitted that on February 12, 2014, he had manufactured methamphetamine in his on Williams Street in Argos.  Court documents noted numerous items...
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Coats, Senators Call on DOJ to Investigate Evidence of Criminal Wrongdoing at VA Medical Facilities

June 11, 2014
Coats, Senators Call on DOJ to Investigate Evidence of Criminal Wrongdoing at VA Medical Facilities

Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) and a bipartisan group of senators called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to immediately investigate evidence of criminal wrongdoing at Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facilities. While the VA inspector general is currently conducting a criminal investigation and has consulted DOJ throughout the process, the senators called on...
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Robert “Bob” Palmer – 81 – from Plymouth

June 11, 2014
Robert “Bob” Palmer – 81 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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May to Retire After 46 Years, Celebrated at Ancilla College

June 10, 2014
May to Retire After 46 Years, Celebrated at Ancilla College

After nearly a 46 year career in education, with the past 8 years spent as president of Ancilla College, Dr. Ron May was celebrated Saturday, June 7th as he prepares to enter retirement. Dr. May, a native Hoosier from southern Indiana, began his education at Vincennes University and eventually earned a doctoral degree from...
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Airport to Advertise for Bids to Widen and Repave

June 10, 2014
Airport to Advertise for Bids to Widen and Repave

The Plymouth airport will be advertising for bids widening and repaving the runway as well as relocating the runway lighting system.  The bids will be advertised in two parts in case the Federal Aviation Administration does not approve the grant for widening the runway.  The bids will be opened at the July 9th meeting. ...
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