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Rockies determined not to ‘let down’

September 18, 2014

PLYMOUTH – It was a big early win a week ago at Northridge, for Plymouth’s Rockies the challenge this week is to avoid the let down that sometimes accompanies that win. “We know it was a big win, but the challenge only gets greater now,” said Plymouth head coach John Barron. “You have more...
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Grand Jury Indictment for Theft Against Former County Highway Superintendent

September 18, 2014
Grand Jury Indictment for Theft Against Former County Highway Superintendent

The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office announced today that the grand jury seated in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 met on September 16, 2014 and returned an indictment for theft as a Class D felony against Neal R. Haeck. The one count indictment alleges Haeck, during the years 2012 and 2013, exerted unauthorized control over...
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County EMA Director, Quarterly Report

September 18, 2014
County EMA Director, Quarterly Report

Marshall County EMA Director Clyde Avery presented his quarterly report to the county commissioners this week. Commissioner Kevin Overmyer asked it Avery had met with the area Superintendents of Schools. He said the meeting is next week and a representative from the County Highway Department will be attending as well as Commissioner Jack Roose....
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Fatal Hit & Run Victim Identified

September 18, 2014
Fatal Hit & Run Victim Identified

Starke County Coroner Kris Rannells released the name of the victim from the hit and run accident on US 30 west of State Road 23 in Grovertown Tuesday. An autopsy in Fort Wayne on Wednesday show that 33 year old Christopher Howard of Grovertown died instantly of multiple blunt force traumas to the head,...
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Mustang Round-Up at Oliver Ford

September 17, 2014
Mustang Round-Up at Oliver Ford

To kick off their 60th year in business, the folks at Oliver Ford Lincoln n Plymouth are celebrating the Mustang’s 50th Anniversary in a BIG way by rounding up the largest collection of Mustangs this area has seen. They invited mustang lovers and owners to join them for a FREE CAR SHOW from 11:00...
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City’s Metronet Conduit Project On Schedule

September 17, 2014
City’s Metronet Conduit Project On Schedule

Brent Martin updated members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission on the Metronet Conduit Instillation Project for the City of Plymouth during their meeting Tuesday night. Haskins Underground, a subcontractor to Michiana Contracting is working in the downtown area. They have completed the run from LaPorte and Michigan Streets to the fire department. From there...
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“Heavenly Harmonies” at Jacoby Church this Sunday

September 17, 2014
“Heavenly Harmonies” at Jacoby Church this Sunday

The Wythougan Valley Preservation Council is proud to present “Heavenly Harmonies” at the historic Jacoby Church this Sunday, September 21st. The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra will perform at 4:00 p.m. Jacoby Church is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located about 1 mile North of U.S. 30 on King Road in...
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Free Pretzels for Ben’s Soft Pretzels Grand Opening

September 17, 2014
Free Pretzels for Ben’s Soft Pretzels Grand Opening

The Ben’s Soft Pretzels held their grand opening inside the Plymouth Wal-Mart on Wednesday. This is the 26th location with the 27th scheduled to open in Elkhart on Thursday. Scott Jones, President and CEO of the company said, “By the end of this year we will have 33 locations in a five state area.”...
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Walorski to Host Military Academy Night

September 17, 2014

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski is pleased to announce the annual “Military Academy Night” for high school students in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District who are interested in attending one of the U.S. military academies. Academy Night features presentations from the U.S Air Force Academy, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy, the...
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Indiana citizens can help put an end to poaching

September 17, 2014
Indiana citizens can help put an end to poaching

Indiana Conservation Officers are encouraging citizens to partner with the Turn in a Poacher (T.I.P) program and become active in putting an end to poaching. T.I.P. is a non-profit organization that originated in 1983 for the purpose of paying rewards to promote public involvement and assistance to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Law...
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