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Bremen Man Killed in Crash south of Wyatt

October 15, 2013
Bremen Man Killed in Crash south of Wyatt

  10/16/13  Around 6:15 p.m. Tuesday evening the Indiana State Police and rescue personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on SR 331 south of Wyatt in southern St. Joseph County.   Police and first responders arrived on scene to find a semi-tractor trailer had collided head-on with a tree. Purportedly the driver of...
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City Begins Curb-Side Leaf Pick-Up

October 15, 2013
City Begins Curb-Side Leaf Pick-Up

  10/16/13 The Plymouth Street Department has begun the citywide leaf pick-up program.  For the next several weeks, weather permitting, employees with the street department will operate the leaf machine along city streets in various sections of town.  Residents are to rake their leaves to the CURB only, not in the street. The leaf...
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County Council Approves Ordinance for Grant Applicants

October 15, 2013
County Council Approves Ordinance for Grant Applicants

    10/16/13 A recent audit by the State Board of Accounts has led Marshall County to enact an ordinance that will require county office holders to obtain prior approval from the County Council and Commissioners when applying for a state or federal grant.  The auditor told the county that all grant money awarded...
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Shoplifter Arrested with Heroin

October 15, 2013
Shoplifter Arrested with Heroin

  10/16/13 On Monday afternoon October 14th at 3:31 Plymouth Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser responded to Wal-Mart in reference to two shoplifters.    Arriving at the store Officer Emenhiser made contact with 33 year old Mark Matyas of South Bend and 40 year old Leslie Turner of South Bend.  During the course of his investigation...
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Tyree Ends Rocky Top Tradition

October 15, 2013
Tyree Ends Rocky Top Tradition

  10/16/13 A 20-year tradition at Plymouth High School football games has come to an end. Over the years, as the PHS team scored a touchdown, the song “Rocky Top” was played. But after Plymouth Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree received telephone calls a few weeks ago asking if he was aware of the reference...
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CHARLES E. RIPLEY – 81 – from Plymouth

October 15, 2013
CHARLES E. RIPLEY – 81 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS Spell Bowl Team 3rd in NLC

October 15, 2013
PHS Spell Bowl Team 3rd in NLC

10/16/13 The PHS Spell Bowl team finished third at the NLC competition at Northwood.  Goshen placed first, and Northwood took second, only one point ahead of the PHS team. Veteran spellers sophomore Andrew Miller and junior Anna Piazza turned in outstanding performances, missing only one word each. The team also finished third at area...
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RELITE Program Brings Food to Neighborhood Center

October 15, 2013
RELITE Program Brings Food to Neighborhood Center

  10/16/13 Journeyman Lineman of Marshall County REMC, Doug MacLain, would like to thank everyone who participated in his food drive.  MacLain partnered with the Marshall County Neighborhood Center by initiating a food drive as part of his RELITE project. RELITE (Rural Electrical Leaders in Training Education) is a leadership program for employees of...
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Dr. Leeper Visits Triton Third Graders

October 15, 2013
Dr. Leeper Visits Triton Third Graders

  10/16/13 Triton Elementary school third graders were able to enjoy meeting a community service provider, Veterinarian Dr. Leeper, as part of their study of communities, cows, and goods and services.  Dr. Leeper shared many activities that are port of his job working in the community to keep animals healthy, along with what school...
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Argos Elementary Takes on “The Big Pumpkin”

October 15, 2013
Argos Elementary Takes on “The Big Pumpkin”

  10/16/13 Argos Elementary students participated in a pumpkin guessing contest this fall and had two chances to win.  Students in each classroom who guessed the closest to the actual weight of the pumpkin, before carving by library assistant Kim Kinney, and those who guessed the closest to the number of seeds were the...
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