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Plymouth School Transportation Director Looking for A Couple of Good Drivers

January 17, 2013
Plymouth School Transportation Director Looking for A Couple of Good Drivers

 01/18/13 Keeping track of 33 school buses, overseeing 28 bus routes, and scheduling buses and vans for way over 1,000 extra-curricular runs for the Plymouth Schools keeps Rick Scott , transportation director, and Brenda Uceny, assistant to the directors of transportation and maintenance , extremely busy. According to Scott, Plymouth School buses carry some...
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EARTHWORKS MARKET MAKES A MOVE . . . DOWN THE STREET

January 17, 2013
EARTHWORKS MARKET MAKES A MOVE . . . DOWN THE STREET

  01/18/13 On Thursday, January 17, Earthworks Market made its move to a new location – 900 West Jefferson Street – same street, same side of the street, just a mile away.   With the aid of the entire Ancilla College Baseball Team, the ovens, baking pans, and general merchandise were packed, carried and...
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Otis Young Arrested for Meth

January 17, 2013
Otis Young Arrested for Meth

 01/18/13 A tip from an officer with the Marshall County Drug Task Force led to the arrest of a Plymouth Tuesday. After observing a traffic violation, Marshall County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop at State Road 17 and 13B Road. During the traffic stop, the Plymouth Police Department’s K9 Jax was...
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Martin Luther King Prayer Service

January 17, 2013
Martin Luther King Prayer Service

  01/18/13 The Plymouth campus of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center will be hosting a prayer service in recognition and honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The prayer service will be held at 9am in the Chapel of the Plymouth campus on Monday, January 21st.  The general public is welcome to attend the...
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Firefighter of the Year Award

January 17, 2013
Firefighter of the Year Award

  1/18/13 The Members of LaPaz North Township Fire Department are proud to announce that a group of LaPaz and Polk Township firefighters received special recognition Wednesday night. Seven Firefighters from LaPaz and two from Polk Township received the Marshall County Firemen’s Association “Firefighter of the Year” Award that night at the Tippecanoe Fire...
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Coats Statement on President Obama’s Gun Control Proposals

January 17, 2013
Coats Statement on President Obama’s Gun Control Proposals

  01/18/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday issued the following statement regarding President Obama’s gun control proposals: “The Newtown shooting was a horrific tragedy that had an impact on all Americans but especially every parent, teacher and student, and it is right for our country to reflect on how we can prevent such events in...
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Attorney General gets Millions back in the hands of Indiana residents

January 17, 2013
Attorney General gets Millions back in the hands of Indiana residents

  01/18/13 Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced today that $237,666.63 in Unclaimed Property was returned to residents or former residents of Marshall County in 2012.  This amount, along with the other regional totals, brought the overall state return to $44,898,309.86 for 2012, which exceeds 2011’s amount by more than $600,000. “Reuniting Hoosiers with their...
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Triton Students Lear Digital Citizenship

January 17, 2013
Triton Students Lear Digital Citizenship

  01/18/13 Mr. Walker’s 7th grade computer class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School has been learning about what it means to be a good “digital citizen” through the Atomic Learning program and have created a class blog.   Information included so far on the blog has been posts about digital citizenship, avoiding plagiarizing, and keeping...
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Sleeping Driver Crashes on Michigan Street

January 16, 2013
Sleeping Driver Crashes on Michigan Street

  01/17/13 An Argos drive got a real wake-up call Wednesday morning.  68 year old Ewen Vires of Argos was northbound on Michigan Street at the railroad viaduct in a 1990 GMC Van when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel.  He told Plymouth Police Officer John Weir that he was in-route to the...
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WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT’S GUN CONTROL PROPOSALS

January 16, 2013
WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT’S GUN CONTROL PROPOSALS

  01/17/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement regarding President Obama’s gun control proposals: “As a supporter of the Second Amendment, it is critical that lawmakers continue to protect the right to bear arms for responsible Americans, and I do not support the overwhelming executive actions in the President’s plan that could...
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