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House Fire on Pretty Lake Road

May 22, 2013
House Fire on Pretty Lake Road

  05/22/13 The Plymouth Fire Department and several other departments are battling a structure fire at 16598 Pretty Lake Road.   Neighbors tell WTCA the home belongs to Dr. Jan Anthony and Jeff Starr.   Plymouth Fire Chief has called for tankers and manpower to battle the blaze.   He has also asked for...
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Plymouth/Yoder’s 12U Travel – Plymouth vs Nappanee

May 21, 2013
Plymouth/Yoder’s 12U Travel – Plymouth vs Nappanee

    On Wednesday, May 15th the boys took on Nappanee and the mosquitoes and came out victorious with a score of 6-3.  Cole Filson was the winning pitcher and Cam Dennie came in for the last three innings.      Evan Zeigler had a hit and two walks. Clay Hilliard had a hit...
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7 Arrested on Oak Hill Ave. Meth Bust

May 21, 2013
7 Arrested on Oak Hill Ave. Meth Bust

  05/22/13 Residents in the 700 block of Oak Hill Avenue saw police officers surround a house Tuesday morning about 7 a.m. as Troopers with the Indiana State Police served a search warrant at 713 Oak Hill. An investigation that started in early April ended with the arrest of seven adults and four children...
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One Day Closure: On Ramp to U.S. 31 Southbound from U.S. 30 Eastbound

May 21, 2013
One Day Closure: On Ramp to U.S. 31 Southbound from U.S. 30 Eastbound

  05/22/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the one day closure of the on ramp to U.S. 31 southbound for traffic coming from U.S. 30 eastbound on Wednesday, May 22nd. Crews will be replacing a pipe in the area. Drivers wishing travel southbound on U.S. 31 from U.S. 30 eastbound should use...
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Indiana & County Unemployment Rates Decline in April

May 21, 2013
Indiana & County Unemployment Rates Decline in April

    05/22/13 Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined by 0.2 percent to 8.5 percent in April, the largest one month decrease in over a year.  Private sector employment in the Hoosier state also increased by 6,800 jobs over the past month and exceeded the national rate of growth.  Indiana has now experienced private...
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Investigation Concludes Death by Natural Causes

May 21, 2013
Investigation Concludes Death by Natural Causes

  05/22/13 Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Holmes announced Tuesday that his Office has completed its review of the April 7, 2013 death of Kerry Alan Pinder, age 44, while incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail.  The investigation was conducted by the Indiana State Police and the Marshall County Coroner, with the cooperation...
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Generous St. Michael Parishioners, Parents, and Staff Ensure Technology Upgrades for St. Michael School Students

May 21, 2013
Generous St. Michael Parishioners, Parents, and Staff Ensure Technology Upgrades for St. Michael School Students

  05/22/13 Technology upgrades at St. Michael School have been the focus of the school’s stakeholders this spring. Recognizing the vital importance of technology in developing academic achievement and life skills, a committee consisting of parents, parishioners, and staff members examined the school’s technology needs and formulated a purchase and an implementation plan. IPADS...
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Triton Elementary Honores Retirees

May 21, 2013
Triton Elementary Honores Retirees

  05/22/13 Donna Burroughs, Superintendent for the Triton Community School Corporation recently honored several retirees.    Triton Elementary School held a retirement party the 15th of May after school to celebrate the contributions four staff members had made to the education of Triton students over their careers. The three teachers and one cafeteria worker...
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ISP Offers Summer Travel Planning and Safety Tips

May 21, 2013
ISP Offers Summer Travel Planning and Safety Tips

05/22/13 This weekend, Memorial Day weekend marks the official start of the summer travel season. Many folks are gearing up for that summer vacation. Your Indiana State Police offer a few tips one should keep in mind when traveling. First, carrying large amounts of cash is not a good idea. Carry only enough cash...
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State Organizations: Unsolicited volunteers hamper recovery; Money best gift of all

May 21, 2013
State Organizations: Unsolicited volunteers hamper recovery; Money best gift of all

  05/22/13  In support of the response and recovery in Oklahoma, two Indiana agencies are advising Hoosiers to be organized in their volunteer efforts and to give money, not stuff. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Indiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (Indiana VOAD) are advising Hoosiers about how to help Oklahoma...
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