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County Democrats Host Pot-Luck Saturday in Park

October 17, 2014
County Democrats Host Pot-Luck Saturday in Park

Marshall County Democrat Chairman, Jim Smart said they are planning a rally this Saturday, October 18th at 4:00 PM until whenever in the horse barn at Centennial Park. The event is open to all Democrats in the 2nd District. It will be a pot-luck event, where everyone should bring a dish to share. Smart...
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Scott Lewis Arrested for Meth

October 17, 2014
Scott Lewis Arrested for Meth

A traffic stop at 5th and Jefferson Streets Wednesday afternoon resulted in the arrest of an Argos man for Meth. About 1 o’clock Plymouth Police Officer John Weir stopped 35 year old Scott A. Lewis for a false license plate. After making contact with Lewis it was discovered he was driving on a suspended...
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Giron Arrested for OWI Without a License

October 17, 2014
Giron Arrested for OWI Without a License

Wednesday night about 10:30 Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman was taking a report from a subject at 1065 Lincolnway East who reported that a male subject named Joe had taken a vehicle and had been gone for over an hour and a half. While taking the report, the car pulled off Lincolnway East and...
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Shop With A Cop Fundraising Efforts Underway

October 16, 2014
Shop With A Cop Fundraising Efforts Underway

Every December, the Plymouth Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #195 sponsors an annual Shop With A Cop and Emergency Services event. Police officers from all departments in Marshall County unite each year with firefighters and EMTs to take needy children from all over Marshall County shopping for the holiday. Plymouth FOP started their Shop...
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Indiana’s Domestic Violence Shelters Receive More Than $1.2 Million in Additional Funds

October 16, 2014

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute’s (ICJI) Victim Services Subcommittee on Thursday approved more than $1.2 million in additional funding for Indiana’s domestic violence shelters. The dollars will be added to the Domestic Violence Treatment and Prevention (DVPT) Fund – which is used to provide immediate assistance and short-term support to victims of domestic violence....
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Starke County Man Arrested for Burglary & Theft

October 16, 2014
Starke County Man Arrested for Burglary & Theft

Tuesday morning at 8:45 Detective Jeff Snyder with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to 821 Elm Road for a burglary and theft complaint. The Sheriff’s Department had received a report of horse saddles being stolen from a horse stable north of Bremen during the daylight hours on Monday, October 13th. A report...
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Police Seek Information on Burglary and Robbery

October 16, 2014
Police Seek Information on Burglary and Robbery

On Wednesday, October 15th at 11:08 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding a burglary and robbery that had taken place at a business in the 1500 block of Hoham Drive in Plymouth. The male subject that reported the incident, Hubert Dulworth, stated that an unknown subject had broken into the business...
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COMMENDED STUDENTS IN THE 2015 NATIONAL MERIT ® SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

October 16, 2014
COMMENDED STUDENTS IN THE 2015 NATIONAL MERIT ® SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The principal, Jim Condon, of Plymouth High School announced Thursday that Emma Libersky has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to this scholastically talented senior....
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Plymouth Schools Working on Math Fact Mastering

October 16, 2014
Plymouth Schools Working on Math Fact Mastering

Making sure all students can compute math problems and have an understanding of how math works is a difficult task. However, the Plymouth Schools are working hard to help ensure that all students are receiving the help they need. Tara Sharp spent 18 years in the classroom teaching math at the sixth grade level...
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WorkOne Partners with WSOI Students

October 16, 2014
WorkOne Partners with WSOI Students

On Thursday, October 9th Student from the Weidner School of Inquiry; Sara Smith, Rachel Rettig, Katie McDonald, and Heather Borggren attended a resume builder workshop at WorkOne. The idea started when Rachel and Sara were looking for inspiration for their club, RAVE. RAVE stands for Resumes Applications Volunteering, Etc. The workshop was the perfect...
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