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Triton High School Cafeteria to Offer Frozen Yogurt

October 27, 2015
Triton High School Cafeteria to Offer Frozen Yogurt

The Triton High School cafeteria has a new offering for students. Starting Wednesday, October 28th, the THS cafeteria will be offering Annie’s Frozen Yogurt in the Ala Carte line.  Students will have a choice of a 4 ounce cone or bowl. The cost is $1.75 and the student must have money in their account...
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INDOT Partners With Road Construction Awareness Corporation To Launch “Save-A-Life” Campaign

October 27, 2015
INDOT Partners With Road Construction Awareness Corporation  To Launch “Save-A-Life” Campaign

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Road Construction Awareness Corporation (RCAC) are partnering to install new signs on interstate highways to raise awareness among motorists about safe driving in work zones. The 8-foot by 15-foot orange panel signs remind motorists to “Slow Down, Save A Life” because “We Are All In This...
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Felke Florist to Celebration 160 years Wednesday from 4 – 7

October 26, 2015
Felke Florist to Celebration 160 years Wednesday from 4 – 7

Long-time Plymouth business, Felke Florist is set to celebrate their 160th year in business with a special Open House on Wednesday, October 28th from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Fleke Florist is a fifth generation family-owned business started in the 1800’s by Chicago’s first documented female florist, “Flower Mary” Felke.  The young mother made...
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Guy R. Flosenzier – 78 – from Plymouth

October 26, 2015
Guy R. Flosenzier – 78 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Arrests for Thefts

October 26, 2015
Arrests for Thefts

Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen arrested 29 year old Michael Tinman of Plymouth on Thursday, October 22nd for theft from Martin’s Supermarket. Friday evening just before 8 Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-Mart for a female shoplifter that asset protection has detained.   During his investigation it was determined a second female...
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County Officer Arrests Plymouth Woman

October 26, 2015
County Officer Arrests Plymouth Woman

A traffic stop early Sunday morning lead to the arrest of a Plymouth woman. Deputy Bragg initiated a traffic stop on 9A Road near the intersection with US 31 about 1:30 Sunday morning.  During the course of the investigation it was determined that the driver, 21 year old Krystal S. Hardy of Plymouth was...
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Menominee Elementary Principal Get Pies in Face

October 26, 2015
Menominee Elementary Principal Get Pies in Face

It’s not every day that an elementary student gets to throw a pie at their principal! However, Menominee Elementary recently hosted an American Red Cross Blood Drive and the school was able to collect 42 units of blood! Each student who had a blood donor on his or her behalf got to throw a...
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Pat Mikel October CASA Volunteer for October

October 26, 2015
Pat Mikel October CASA Volunteer for October

Pat Mikel was named the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer of the Month for October 2015!  She has been a CASA volunteer since October 2010 and has advocated for 14 children! Most of the time in Marshall County, CASA Volunteers take on one case at a time with a case being a family. ...
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Ghost Walk at Museum this Saturday

October 26, 2015
Ghost Walk at Museum this Saturday

The 2015 Ghost Walk will be held in the Marshall County Museum on Saturday, October 31th.   From 6:15 to 7:00 p.m. the Marshall County Church Orchestra will play seasonal music before the start of the walk. The tours will start at 7:00 p.m., so visitors are encouraged to arrive between 6:15 and 6:45 and purchase their tickets and be assigned...
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Arrests by Bourbon Police Officers

October 26, 2015
Arrests by Bourbon Police Officers

On Friday, October 23rd at 10:45 p.m. Bourbon Police Officers Matt Geiger and Carl Amsden went to 603 North Main Street in Bourbon to serve a warrant on Joey F. Lemler.  The warrant was explained to Mr. Lemler and he denied the accusation and tried to avoid being arrested and fought with the officers. ...
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