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Auto Park & Advanced Auto to Provide Student Fan Bus to Concord Football Game

September 23, 2014
Auto Park & Advanced Auto to Provide Student Fan Bus to Concord Football Game

Plymouth High School Rockie Football mom, Laura Mann has exciting news for PHS students and fans. Advance Auto Parts and The Auto Park are sponsoring two fan buses to the Rockies vs Concord football game on Friday, October 3rd!!! There is NO CHARGE to ride the fan bus, that cost is being covered by...
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Deadline is Oct. 31 for Big Tree Register Submissions

September 23, 2014
Deadline is Oct. 31 for Big Tree Register Submissions

The 2012 drought and other circumstances have knocked some of Indiana’s state champion trees out of contention for the 2015 Big Tree Register. Published every five years, the register is a list of the largest known native trees in the state, known as state champion trees. The DNR is accepting nominations for the 2015...
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Mayor Pays Tribute to Retiring Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings

September 23, 2014
Mayor Pays Tribute to Retiring Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings

Prior to the close of the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday evening Mayor Mark Senter commented on the recent announcement that Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings will be retiring at the end of the month. He said, “On January 1, 1996 the City of Plymouth changed in a very positive way. Madam Clerk-Treasurer Toni Hutchings...
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Bremen Investigation Leads to Arrest of 2

September 22, 2014
Bremen Investigation Leads to Arrest of 2

After a lengthy investigation by the Bremen Police Department, on Saturday September 20 at about 2:00pm 56 year old Beverly Little and 55 year old Shelly Harner both of Bremen were incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail on a complaint of Dealing in a Controlled Substance. They were each held on $5,005 cash bond...
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School Count Day Info for Argos and Bremen

September 22, 2014
School Count Day Info for Argos and Bremen

The first of two official school count days for the 2014-2015 school year was held on Friday, September 12. The official count day is on the 2nd Friday after Labor Day each year. On that designated day each year, schools must submit their documented enrollments to the state. Enrollments are one of the factors...
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LJH Speech Team at Summer National Speech

September 22, 2014
LJH Speech Team at Summer National Speech

Four members of the Lincoln Junior High Speech Team had a great showing at the Middle School National Speech and DebateTournament held June 18-20 in Overland Park, Kansas. Maggie Nate took fourth place in Declamation competing in a field of 72 students. In her second event ,Poetry, she advanced to the quarter finals. She...
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Service Dog from Ohio Missing in Bourbon

September 22, 2014
Service Dog from Ohio Missing in Bourbon

An Hicksville, Ohio couple is desperately searching in the Bourbon area for their service dog. On Friday Dave Cole was making a delivery to Chagall Holding at 202 South Ecker Street. Apparently the service dog, a German Sheppard/hound mix named Jim got out of the pickup truck to relieve himself, which is normal but...
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Prairie Maze is open at Potato Creek State Park

September 22, 2014
Prairie Maze is open at Potato Creek State Park

Get lost in the beauty of a tallgrass prairie at Potato Creek State Park’s prairie maze, open now. Visitors can wander through 1.75 miles of trails cut in the 7-foot-tall restored prairie grasses. There are eight stations in the maze with hints for finding prairie plants. Locating the plants will help visitors solve a...
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2 Arrested after Fight in Bremen

September 22, 2014
2 Arrested after Fight in Bremen

On Sunday, September 21 at 11:19 pm the Bremen Police Department was dispatched to 1749 West Plymouth Street for a fight in progress. After a brief investigation Richard Rice, 29 of Benton Harbor, Michigan was incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail on a complaint of Invasion of Privacy, Disorderly Conduct and Public Intoxication. Elizabeth...
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Indiana State Police Partner with the DEA in Ninth Drug Take-Back Day

September 22, 2014
Indiana State Police Partner with the DEA in Ninth Drug Take-Back Day

This upcoming weekend, the Indiana State Police and Drug Enforcement Administration will offer residents a chance to get rid of pills, cough syrup, and other unwanted medications that have been accumulating around their homes. The ninth “National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day” will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 27,...
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