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Superintendent Tyree Urges Parents to Check Students Electronic Devices

January 28, 2016
Superintendent Tyree Urges Parents to Check Students Electronic Devices

  Following a letter sent to Menominee parents on Tuesday concerning a male employee, school officials shared further information. The Menominee Elementary employee who allegedly gave his phone number to a “few students” submitted his letter of retirement on Monday. Superintendent Dan Tyree said he had been with the school corporation for a number...
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Bowen & Zimmerman Arrested for Marijuana

January 27, 2016
Bowen & Zimmerman Arrested for Marijuana

Plymouth Officers made a couple of arrests for marijuana this past weekend. Saturday afternoon about 2, Plymouth Police Officer Steve DeLee stopped 50 year old Bruce L. Bowen of Culver for littering on North Oak Drive.  During the investigation it was discovered that Mr. Bowen was in possession of less than 30 grams of...
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Come to Culver to enjoy a Winter Wonderland

January 27, 2016
Come to Culver to enjoy a Winter Wonderland

“Walking in a Winter Wonderland” is what it feels like during Culver’s Winter Fest brought to you by Culver Chamber of Commerce. It takes place over the weekend of February 12-14.  Grab your sweetie, since it’s Valentine’s Day weekend too, and or family and head to Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee. In its third year, Winter Fest...
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Warrants Served Sunday

January 27, 2016
Warrants Served Sunday

Sunday, Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre served warrants on two individuals. Just before 6 p.m. he located 37 year old Patricia Diaz-Pacheco of Plymouth at her residence in the Jackson Heights Apartments.  She was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held for Failure to Appear. Just after 8 p.m. 53 year old Jorge...
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Indiana Employment Report for December 2015

January 27, 2016
Indiana Employment Report for December 2015

Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 4.4 percent in December, marking a 1.5 percent decrease over the past year. The Hoosier labor force also maintained a positive trend, gaining more than 10,000 individuals in December, which brings the total labor force growth for the year to 37,762 and 109,037 added since January 2013....
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1st Source Bank Donates $65,000 to Ancilla College

January 27, 2016
1st Source Bank Donates $65,000 to Ancilla College

1st Source Bank has donated $65,000 to Ancilla College as an early-bird gift during the quiet phase of the college’s upcoming comprehensive campaign. The funds will benefit the new student life center and residence hall. Jim Seitz, 1st Source President, and Connie Lemler, 1st Source Regional President, presented the donation to Ancilla President Ken...
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Donnelly Releases 2015 Annual Report Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

January 27, 2016
Donnelly Releases 2015 Annual Report Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

Washington, D.C.—Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released his annual report for 2015.  The report details Donnelly’s bipartisan legislative work, his travels around the state, and his efforts to help Hoosiers in his third year as U.S. Senator for Indiana. The report highlights the Senator’s accomplishments, including a number of bipartisan bills and amendments that were signed into...
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Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday

January 27, 2016
Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday

The Plymouth Optimist Club will host their annual Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday, January 31st in the multipurpose gym at Plymouth High School. Tri-Star is the competition that boys and girls age 8 to 13 compete while dribbling, passing and shooting a basketball. The competition is scored by age groups, and one in each...
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Deputy Prosecutor Speaks to Freshmen at WSOI

January 27, 2016
Deputy Prosecutor Speaks to Freshmen at WSOI

Marshall County Deputy Prosecutor Tami Napier spoke to the entire freshman class of Weidner School Of Inquiry Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School last week. The students are all in a class called Global Perspective and they have been preparing for their jury trials on their American Revolutionary War Project. WSOI Administrators...
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Redevelopment Commission Hears Plan on River Park Square Launch

January 27, 2016
Redevelopment Commission Hears Plan on River Park Square Launch

Mike Hite, Superintendent of the Plymouth Park Department appeared before members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Tuesday night to discuss the proposed kayak/canoe launch in River Park Square. Hite said the launch is in the park’s 5-year plan and is included in phase II of the development plan for River Park Square.  He said...
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