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David Ferguson Jury Trial set for Deliberations on Thursday

March 10, 2016
David Ferguson Jury Trial set for Deliberations on Thursday

Jurors in the trial of former CEO of Stone Creek Homes, Inc., David Ferguson, will likely begin deliberation on Thursday. Ferguson faces 14 charges including nine Theft (D felonies), one count of receiving stolen property, (C felony), one count of Conspiracy to Commit Receiving Stolen Property (C felony), and three counts of Corrupt Business...
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Demo Scheduled for Bridge Over Old US 31

March 10, 2016
Demo Scheduled for Bridge Over Old US 31

INDOT has set a date to remove the bridge that now sends northbound traffic on Michigan Road over the Old US 31.  The actualclosure date for Michigan Road will be Friday March 18th with bridge demolition to start on March 21st, 2016. INDOT will be meeting with the contractor and subcontractors today to start this...
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City Administration Begins Discussion of City Hall Revitalization

March 10, 2016
City Administration Begins Discussion of City Hall Revitalization

Wednesday evening Mayor Mark Senter told members of the Downtown Revitalization  Committee that the first meeting of the new city hall committee will be held Monday.  The 12 person committee is made up of several city department heads, a couple council members and downtown business owner Gary Treat who offered his services during the...
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Marshall County Farmer Directs Donation to local Argos Community Schools

March 9, 2016
Marshall County Farmer Directs Donation to local Argos Community Schools

Argos Community Schools has received a $2,500 donation from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund and directed by local farmer Lora Fishburn of Marshall County. The donation will help Argos Community Schools reach their goal to raise funds for a greenhouse for their Agricultural program. Due to decreased funding from the...
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Walorski Receives National Right Life Endorsement

March 9, 2016
Walorski Receives National Right Life Endorsement

Wednesday U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski received the endorsement from the nation’s oldest and largest nationwide pro-lifeorganization, National Right to Life, in her re-election bid to Congress in Indiana’s Second District. National Right to Life said in a statement, “National Right to Life believes that all voters who are concerned with the right to life...
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Hillyer Arrested on Warrant, Additional Charge Possession of Syringe

March 9, 2016
Hillyer Arrested on Warrant, Additional Charge Possession of Syringe

On Tuesday March 8, Patrolman Bryant located and arrested 31 year old Allison Hillyer at Gatewood Mobile Home Park for an outstanding warrant. During the encounter she was also found to unlawfully possess a syringe. She is currently held at the Marshall County Jail with a combined bond of $3500.00   Listeners and readers...
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PHS BPA Team Qualifies 5

March 9, 2016
PHS BPA Team Qualifies 5

Congratulations to Plymouth’s BPA team for their performance in Indianapolis at BPA state tournament this past weekend! The following teams and or students qualified for BPA Nationals in May: Garrett Garver placed 3rd in Individual Economic Research. Curtis Smith took first place in Extemporaneous Speech while Ricky Cooper brought home a 3rd place finish....
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2016 Marshall County FFA Toy Show and Ag Expo

March 9, 2016
2016 Marshall County FFA Toy Show and Ag Expo

The Plymouth FFA Chapter, along with six other local FFA chapters, will be hosting the 2016 Marshall County FFA Toy Show and Ag Expo this Sunday, March 13th from 9am to 3pm.  The event will take place inside the Plymouth High School gymnasium. The local chapters participating include: Argos, Bremen, Culver, John Glenn, LaVille, Plymouth, and Triton FFA. The tractor model for the 2016...
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AG Zoeller: Unwanted calls, auto sales top list of 2015 consumer complaints

March 9, 2016
AG Zoeller: Unwanted calls, auto sales top list of 2015 consumer complaints

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller Tuesday released a list of the top 10 consumer complaints received by the Consumer Protection Division in 2015, with unwanted calls once again topping the list followed by auto sales and home repair. This week, March 6-12, is National Consumer Protection Week, aimed at educating the public about...
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HEROIN OVERDOSE DEATH CONFIRMED

March 9, 2016
HEROIN OVERDOSE DEATH CONFIRMED

Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said that 33 year old Ryan Jay Beem of rural Walkerton died from a heroin overdose on February 11th.  Confirmation was obtained through autopsy and toxicology results. Beem died shortly after being admitted to the emergency room at Saint Joseph Health Center in Plymouth.  Cleavenger said that Beem’s death...
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