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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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July Activity Report for the M.C. Sheriff’s Department

August 16, 2012
July Activity Report for the M.C. Sheriff’s Department

  08/17/12 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the July activity report. There were 202 jail bookings last month with the Marshall County Sheriff’s police officers arresting 40 males and 9 females.  Plymouth Police officers arrested 16 males and 4 females last month while Bremen Officers arrested 9 males and Argos officers arresting 3...
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Historic Register Honorees Recognized at State Fair

August 16, 2012
Historic Register Honorees Recognized at State Fair

  08/17/12 Indiana properties that have been placed on the State and National historic registers since April 2011 were honored by DNR Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology (DHPA) on Aug. 9, Hoosier Heritage Day at the Indiana State Fair. The ceremony took place at the DNR Amphitheater, an outdoor facility on the fairgrounds...
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County Council Denies Sheriff’s Request to Change from Chief Deputy to Captain Mid-year

August 16, 2012
County Council Denies Sheriff’s Request to Change from Chief Deputy to Captain Mid-year

  08/17/12 On Monday, Marshall County Council members denied the request of Sheriff Tom Chamberlin to amend the salary ordinance and change back from a Chief Deputy to a captain for his department. The current chief deputy, Ron Babcock was hired in May 2011 and will be retiring from the department on September 14....
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PHS Boys Soccer Team Ribeye Sandwich Fundraiser Saturday

August 16, 2012
PHS Boys Soccer Team Ribeye Sandwich Fundraiser Saturday

  08/17/12  The 2012 Plymouth High School Boys Soccer team will host a Ribeye Sandwich fundraiser on Saturday, August 18th from 11am to 2pm at Homemade to Go by Hoosier Catering located at 122 South Michigan Street.   The cost of the sandwich is $7.50 for the southside grilled ribeye sandwich on a hoagie bun...
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Irving Berlin Review, I Love a Piano, A “Tour of Musical Americana

August 16, 2012
Irving Berlin Review, I Love a Piano, A “Tour of Musical Americana

  08/17/12 He’s considered one of the greatest songwriters in American History and his story is coming to the Wagon Wheel Theatre August 15-25.  It’s called I Love a Piano.  The incomparable Irving Berlin wrote over fifteen hundred songs in his lifetime, including scores for nineteen Broadway shows and eighteen Hollywood films.  He charted...
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CIty’s K-9 Rex Retires

August 15, 2012
CIty’s K-9 Rex Retires

  08/16/12 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox told the Board of Public Works and Safety that K-9 Rex served his last final day as an officer for the City of Plymouth on August 13th. Eight and a half year old, K-9 Rex has been with the department for five years partnering with Officer John...
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