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Stockberger Sentenced to Five Years Imprisonment

June 2, 2013
Stockberger Sentenced to Five Years Imprisonment

  06/03/13 Ryan Stockberger, 35, of Plymouth was sentenced on Thursday in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 3 years imprisonment for possession of a narcotic drug, a Class D felony and 2 years of imprisonment for operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person, a Class D felony.  The sentences were ordered served...
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PHS Speech Coach Caught taking Short-Cut Reporting Points

June 2, 2013
PHS Speech Coach Caught taking Short-Cut Reporting Points

    06/03/13 Taking a short cut in reporting points for Plymouth High School Speech and Debate team members to the NFL (National Forensic League) has caused some embarrassment to Head Speech Coach David McKenzie, but hasn’t jeopardized the local program. In a press release from PHS Principal Jim Condon sent to media on...
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Shawn Speirs Sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment For Dealing in Methamphetamine

June 2, 2013
Shawn Speirs Sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment For Dealing in Methamphetamine

  06/03/13 Shawn T. Speirs, 41, of Plymouth was sentenced on May 9, 2013 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for his role in assisting the sale of methamphetamine to an undercover informant.    Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman and...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

June 2, 2013
Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

    06/03/13 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 and the first agenda item is to hear a request on behalf of the Community Resource Center by of Brent Martin and Pastor Ron Liechty.  The pair will be seeking an in-kind contribution from the County to pave the new parking...
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County Police Investigate Daytime Burglary on 15th Road

June 2, 2013
County Police Investigate Daytime Burglary on 15th Road

    06/03/13  On Thursday, May 30th at approximately 5:09 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was contacted in regards of a burglary that had taken place in the 6,000 block of 15th Road. During an investigation, Deputy Ryan Hollopeter determined that the residence had been broken into during the middle of the day...
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Baker & Fairbanks Reconstruction Project to begin after 4th of July

June 1, 2013

07/02/13  The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety awarded the bid for the Baker and Fairbanks improvement project  during their meeting last week. Phend and Brown from Milford had the low bid at $140,960.  The project includes a total reconstruction with a complete removal of the street curbs and sidewalks and replacement.  City...
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Foot Pursuit Ends with Arrest of Two

June 1, 2013
Foot Pursuit Ends with Arrest of Two

  06/03/13  On Thursday, May 30th Marshall County Deputy Jonathan Bryant observed two wanted subjects walking on Plum Street approaching Harrison Street in Plymouth.  While attempting to initiate contact with 24 years old Charles D. Sanders of Bremen and Anthony Porter a foot ensued.   Deputy Bryant chased Sanders and deployed his taser which...
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Argos Community Schools Announce 2013 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

May 31, 2013
Argos Community Schools Announce 2013 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    06/03/13 Emily Ann Alcorn, daughter of Jon and Jacki Alcorn, has earned the distinction of being named the Valedictorian of Argos High School’s Class of 2013.  Emily has earned a 4.122 on a 4.0 scale. Emily has been active in numerous school organizations and activities during her four years at Argos Jr.-Sr....
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Hiatt Summer Intern with Mayor Senter

May 31, 2013
Hiatt Summer Intern with Mayor Senter

  06/03/13  Indiana University junior, Bryt Hiatt, only has a few days under his belt as an intern working under Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter, but his interest in politics is nothing new. Hiatt said he emailed Senter asking if any intern positions were available and immediately got the return call and an interview. Hiatt...
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Late ISTEP Results Delay Teacher Evaluations

May 31, 2013
Late ISTEP Results Delay Teacher Evaluations

  06/03/13 Computer glitches experienced as Hoosier school children took the required ISTEP tests are now leading to difficulties for both teachers and students. CTB/McGraw-Hill, the company that administered the tests for a four-year contract (through June, 2014) fee of $95 million, was unable to keep computers up and running during the second round...
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