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Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

November 8, 2013
Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

  11/11/13 In an effort to make the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday travel period safer, the Indiana State Police will be joining approximately 250 other law enforcement agencies statewide in participating in the annual Safe Family Travel campaign. Now through Sunday, December 1 the Indiana State Police will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including...
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MCCO Presents “The Nutcracker” Concert & Dessert

November 8, 2013
MCCO Presents “The Nutcracker” Concert & Dessert

  11/11/13 Tickets are now on sale for the Marshall County Church Orchestra’s annual concert and dessert.  Under the direction of Don Harness the orchestra will present “The Nutcracker” by Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Lifeplex Dance Academy will provide the ballet portions of the concert.   Tchaikovsky’s adaptation of the story “The Nutcracker and...
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Carole Ann Kinzie – 78 – from Plymouth

November 8, 2013
Carole Ann Kinzie – 78 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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LJH Student Brings Pocket Knife to School

November 7, 2013
LJH Student Brings Pocket Knife to School

  11/08/13 A report of a student with a knife at Lincoln Junior High School in Plymouth on Wednesday prompted an immediate investigation. According to LJH Principal, Reid Gault, students at the school reported that they had seen a pocket knife that another student had taken from his pocket to open a box. Gault...
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Convicted Child Molester Sentenced to Maximum Twenty Year Prison Term

November 7, 2013
Convicted Child Molester Sentenced to Maximum Twenty Year Prison Term

  11/08/13 Christopher Detrick, 38, of Plymouth, was sentenced today in Marshall Superior Court 1 to twenty years imprisonment for Child Molesting, a Class B felony.  Detrick plead guilty on August 30, 2013 to the offense, just four days before his trial by jury was to begin.  At that hearing, Detrick admitted he molested...
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$1 million Powerball Winner at Bremen Speedway

November 7, 2013
$1 million Powerball Winner at Bremen Speedway

  11/08/13 Check those tickets!  A lucky Hoosier Lottery player is $1 million richer after last night’s Powerball drawing! That winning ticket was sold at Speedway, 1228 West Plymouth Street in Bremen. The winning numbers were 1-5-10-15-49-PB 22. The $1 million ticket matched the first five numbers, but not the Powerball number. The winner...
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State Police Investigate Alleged Battery of LaVille Elementary Student

November 7, 2013
State Police Investigate Alleged Battery of LaVille Elementary Student

  11/08/13 The Indiana State Police is currently investigating an alleged battery involving a LaVille Elementary School bus driver and a student. The student, a minor, reported the incident to school officials the same day of the occurrence, October 24th, 2013. The child purported to have been slapped by the driver shortly before being...
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Last U.S. 31 Major Moves Contract Awarded

November 7, 2013
Last U.S. 31 Major Moves Contract Awarded

11/08/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has awarded the last among $722 million in Major Moves highway construction contracts to upgrade or bypass U.S. 31 bottlenecks near South Bend, Kokomo and Indianapolis. Primco Inc. of Fort Wayne will build a new 7th Road interchange just north of the existing U.S. 30 interchange in...
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2006 Graduate to Speak on Veterans Day

November 7, 2013
2006 Graduate to Speak on Veterans Day

    11/08/13  At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the time-honored tradition of the Veterans Day ceremony at Culver Academies will take place on the lakeside steps of the Legion Memorial Building. The Veterans Day ceremony recognizes the sacrifices made by Culver alumni during times of war. Since 1924,...
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Park Board Approves Superintendent’s Request to Attend State Conference

November 7, 2013
Park Board Approves Superintendent’s Request to Attend State Conference

  11/08/13 Tony Gamble representing Freedom Park told the Park Board this week that their fundraising efforts have reached over $10,000.  On October 20th the 2nd Annual Freedom Park Car Show was held in the parking lot of the Pine Creek Plaza where Mancino’s is located.  Gamble said the first car show had 53...
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