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ISABEL M. EMMONS – 92 – from Plymouth

August 19, 2012
ISABEL M. EMMONS – 92 – from Plymouth

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DOROTHY “RUTH” COX – 98 – from Plymouth

August 19, 2012
DOROTHY “RUTH” COX – 98 – from Plymouth

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Triton School Raise $900 with “Pennies for Patients”

August 17, 2012
Triton School Raise $900 with “Pennies for Patients”

  08/20/12 Triton Jr.-Sr. High School hosts an annual campaign for the National Leukemia and Lymphoma Society entitled “Pennies for Patients”. Led by the Class of 2012, Triton students raised $930.97 to help find a cure for cancer. With the help of 475 Indiana schools a total of $615,000 was raised during the 2011-2012...
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Culver Academies Presents Plena Libre in Concert Aug. 27

August 17, 2012
Culver Academies Presents Plena Libre in Concert Aug. 27

  08/20/12 Tickets are on sale now for the August 27th Plena Libre concert at the Eppley Auditorium of Culver Academies. This group of four-time Grammy Award nominees brings to life the music of Puerto Rico with a swinging rhythm section, horns, vocals, and dance. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium...
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Bremen and Toll Road Districts Participate in Impaired Driving Crackdown

August 17, 2012
Bremen and Toll Road Districts  Participate in Impaired Driving Crackdown

  08/20/12 Indiana State Police Troopers at the Bremen District and Toll Road District joined more than 250 other Indiana law enforcement agencies across the Hoosier state in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” crackdown on impaired and dangerous drivers that began last Friday. Through Labor Day troopers will work overtime to conduct...
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Miller Residents Make Cards for Operation Quiet Comfort

August 17, 2012
Miller Residents Make Cards for Operation Quiet Comfort

  07/20/12 As their special craft in August, residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community chose to make special “thinking of you” cards for Operation Quiet Comfort.  Mary Wraight of handcraftedcards@yahoo.com led the craft class.  Wraight had all the supplies needed to make beautiful patriotic cards.  The residents were encouraged to choose the colors and...
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County Police Investigate Criminal Mischief at PCC

August 16, 2012
County Police Investigate Criminal Mischief at PCC

  08/17/12 Tuesday morning about 7:30 the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was notified by two property owners that criminal mischief had occurred on their property during the overnight hours. A homeowner on Sheryl Court reported that their mail box had been destroyed.   The second call came from the Plymouth Country Club.  A couple...
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Tree Stand Accident near Plymouth

August 16, 2012
Tree Stand Accident near Plymouth

 08/17/12 Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a tree stand accident that occurred at 10099 7th Road near Plymouth Wednesay evening.  According to Conservation Seth Officer Owens, 45 year old Stephen E Guzak, was attempting to hang his tree stand to hunt from in the upcoming deer season and as he did he fell from the...
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Starke County Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash near Bass Lake

August 16, 2012
Starke County Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash near Bass Lake

  08/17/12 On Wednesday, August 15th at approximately 5:04pm. The Starke County 911 Dispatch Center received a report of a motorcycle vs. tree accident on State Road 10 just west of the Bass Lake Beach. When emergency responders arrived they found a single rider unconscious but still breathing on the ground next to the...
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23 INDIANA COUNTIES INCLUDING MARSHALL, CONFIRMED TO HAVE VARIANT INFLUENZA A

August 16, 2012
23 INDIANA COUNTIES INCLUDING MARSHALL, CONFIRMED TO HAVE VARIANT INFLUENZA A

  08/17/12  Marshall, Marion, and Delaware counties now join 20 previously identified counties where cases of variant influenza A (H3N2v) have been confirmed. The total number of cases, however, remains at 138, as announced earlier this week. The Indiana State Department of Health recently found some duplication in the samples submitted to the State...
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