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Culver Academy scores for Wednesday

September 4, 2014

GIRLS GOLFWAWASEE 168, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 169at Mystic Hills Golf Course (Par 36)WAWASEE (168): Mikala Mawarter 38, Elizabeth Jackson 40, Kylee Rostochak 45, Aubrey Schmetlz 45, Madison Beaman 50.CGA (169): Lauren Read 40, MacKenzie Toth 41, Hannah Brumback 42, MaKenna Morsches 51, Olivia Hirschy 46.Records: CGA 3-1.BOYS TENNISWARSAW 4, CULVER MILITARY 1at CulverSINGLES: 1....
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Coffin Arrested following Pursuit in Starke & Marshall Counties

September 4, 2014
Coffin Arrested following Pursuit in Starke & Marshall Counties

Paul Coffin is currently being held in the Starke County Jail with no bond pending review of charges by the Starke County Prosecutor’s Officer following a pursuit Wednesday evening about 7:30. Starke County Officer Adam Gray attempted to make a routine traffic stop on a vehicle on US 30 west of 1200 East but...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on ISTEP+

September 4, 2014
Plymouth School Board Updated on ISTEP+

During a meeting on September 2, the Plymouth School Board reviewed the results of the 2013-2014 school year ISTEP + (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress +) scores for the corporation. Although the scores were down from those achieved during the 2012-2013 school year, all of the scores were above the state averages. In...
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U.S. Granules Diamondbacks 2014 Dustin Ronk Memorial C-League Champs

September 4, 2014
U.S. Granules Diamondbacks 2014 Dustin Ronk Memorial C-League Champs

The U.S. Granules Diamondbacks are the Champions of the 2014 Annual Dustin Ronk Memorial C-League Tournament during Blueberry weekend. They were undefeated throughout the tourney and won the final game in a battle with the Best Chevrolet Buick Phillies with a final score of 7-6. Finishing in 3rd place were the Reichert and Knepp...
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State Board of Education Approves License of Career Specialist to Teach

September 4, 2014
State Board of Education Approves License of Career Specialist to Teach

Only time will tell if the Indiana State Board of Education made the right decision on September 3 to allow people without a teaching degree to teach in high schools across the state. The Board met in Ft. Wayne on Wednesday along with Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz. It a final vote...
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Plymouth Man Killed in St. Joe County Motorcycle Crash

September 3, 2014
Plymouth Man Killed in St. Joe County Motorcycle Crash

A fatal motorcycle crash about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in southern Saint Joseph County claimed the life of a Plymouth man. Art Heminger, 53, had been at a South Bend hospital to visit Albert Ganser of Plymouth who had been involved in a motorcycle crash Tuesday morning about 6:30 on his way to work on...
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Police Pursuit in Starke ends in Crash in Marshall County

September 3, 2014
Police Pursuit in Starke ends in Crash in Marshall County

A police pursuit Wednesday night beginning in Starke County ended in a Marshall County crash. The crash occurred around 7:15 p.m. near 7th and Union, right outside Plymouth. Police tried to pull over the driver for a traffic stop, but the driver reportedly tried to back over a Starke County officer when that officer...
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Rochester Woman in Critical Condition after Crash on Michigan Road Tuesday

September 3, 2014
Rochester Woman in Critical Condition after Crash on Michigan Road Tuesday

On Tuesday, September 2 at 5:04 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call for a 2 vehicle crash with injuries on Michigan Road north of 15th Road. County Police Officer Matt Brown was the investigating officer. His investigation revealed that 16 year old Cameron Andrews of Plymouth was traveling north on...
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Pink Fire Truck Raising Awareness of Breast Cancer and Ounce of Prevention

September 3, 2014
Pink Fire Truck Raising Awareness of Breast Cancer and Ounce of Prevention

As a way to raise awareness of breast cancer and to raise funds for Oliver Ford’s Ounce of Prevention, the Plymouth Fire Department is in fundraising mode. This is the fourth year that the Plymouth Fire Department has created T-shirts to sell to the public with proceeds benefiting Ounce of Prevention. This year’s pink...
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City BZA Approves Special Use for Self-Storage Units at 777 Oak Drive

September 3, 2014
City BZA Approves Special Use for Self-Storage Units at 777 Oak Drive

Langfeldt and Payne are expanding their storage unit business with the granting of a special exception by the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday evening. Mike Strang explained the project that will be located at 777 Oak Drive, directly behind Beacon Credit Union. The project includes building a 35’ by 220’ climate controlled storage...
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