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City Police Investigate Alleged Battery at PHS Parking Lot

March 19, 2014
City Police Investigate Alleged Battery at PHS Parking Lot

03/20/14 Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Plymouth High School Monday evening about 7 p.m. for the report of a battery that had occurred in the parking lot.  During the investigation it was alleged by the juvenile victim and witness that 19 year old Ryan Matthew Wood of Holloway Drive in...
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Meth Lab Across from Elementary School Nets 15 Year Prison Sentence

March 19, 2014
Meth Lab Across from Elementary School Nets 15 Year Prison Sentence

03/20/14 Peter Devine, 35, formerly of Plymouth, pled guilty and was sentenced Wednesday in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to fifteen years imprisonment for manufacturing  methamphetamine as a Class B felony.  In open court, Devine admitted that between March and April, 2013, he manufactured methamphetamine in his leased home in the 1100 block of...
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City Code Enforcement Moves to Police Department

March 19, 2014
City Code Enforcement Moves to Police Department

03/20/14 For about ten years the job of code enforcement has been administered by the City of Plymouth Building Commissioner.  Mayor Mark Senter announced during his State of The City address on February 24th that was about to change.  Beginning this week code enforcement will be handled by the Plymouth Police Department.  Police Chief...
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Tickets Available for 3rd Annual OQC Fundraising Dinner and Auctions

March 19, 2014
Tickets Available for 3rd Annual OQC Fundraising Dinner and Auctions

The 3rd annual “Celebrate & Support Our Troops” dinner and auction fundraiser for Operation Quite Comfort will be held here in Plymouth on Thursday, April 3rd. This has been very successful in the past and this year they are planning an even more exciting event! The Celebrate & Support Our Troops fundraiser event has...
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Plymouth Drumline Earns State Runner-Up Title

March 19, 2014
Plymouth Drumline Earns State Runner-Up Title

  On Saturday, March 15th, the Plymouth High School Band Department sent their Winter Drumline competition ensemble to the Indiana Percussion Association’s State Prelims event held at Avon High School. After a season of losing a tremendous amount of rehearsal time due to weather issues and school cancellations, the drumline still managed to end...
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Trojan Singers Receive Gold

March 19, 2014
Trojan Singers Receive Gold

Triton High School’s show choir, the Trojan Singers, received a gold rating at contest Saturday, March 8th. The group is directed by Mr. Peter Foster.   Members of the group are: Bailee Burns, Brittney Goley, Katie Lenker, Autumn Kann, Sara Stevens,Brooklyn Bitting,Lyda Scarberry, Delilah Hochstedl, Kala Morris, Brooklyn Beatty, Nikki Rock,Tiffany Puckett,Lillie Berger, Shelby Wagoner,...
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Triton Elementary to Host Kindergarten Round-up

March 19, 2014
Triton Elementary to Host Kindergarten Round-up

Kindergarten Round-Up at Triton Elementary School will be held on Tuesday, April 1st  from 6:00-7:30 P.M. at the school. Parents who would like to visit the Kindergarten classrooms and take a look around the school should plan on arriving 15 to 20 minutes early.  Students will have an opportunity to meet the kindergarten teachers and participate...
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Local Mom Speak of Wonderful Life her Down Syndrome Daughter has Given Her

March 19, 2014
Local Mom Speak of Wonderful Life her Down Syndrome Daughter has Given Her

My daughter, Kelli Jones, has Down syndrome. When she was born 25 years ago at the old Saint Joseph Hospital, Mishawaka, I was told, “She has an extra chromosome.”  Through tears, I wailed, “Can’t you just take it out?” My doctor asked if I knew what Down syndrome was. I said, “Is that what...
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Plymouth Speech Continues its Legacy of Success at State

March 19, 2014
Plymouth Speech Continues its Legacy of Success at State

03/19/14 The Plymouth High School Speech team competed in the IHSFA State Speech Finals this past weekend and finished in 2nd place in class AA.  (AA schools are those with enrollment that places them in the medium to large-sized category.)  The team also placed 4th overall in the state regardless of size behind Munster...
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SOARING EAGLE AWARD DINNER THURSDAY NIGHT APRIL 3rd

March 19, 2014
SOARING EAGLE AWARD DINNER THURSDAY NIGHT APRIL 3rd

03/19/14 On Thursday evening April 3rd at 6 PM LaSalle Council will be putting on another Soaring Eagle Award Dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center.  This is an annual dinner to recognize someone in the community that has gone above and beyond the normal community service activities.  Soaring Eagle past winners here in Marshall County...
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