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Schultz Dies in Farming Accident

July 2, 2014
Schultz Dies in Farming Accident

Saint Joseph County Deputy Coroner Nancy Pemberton said Wednesday, “We will never know the circumstances in how a tractor pulling a round-hay-bailer ran over and killed 87 year old Robert W. Schultz of Plymouth. On Monday, June 30th, about 5:30 in the evening the Marshall County 9-1-1 Center received a call of a man...
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Cellular Connection to Host 2nd annual Backpack Giveaway

July 2, 2014

Residents in Plymouth will soon benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign. The Cellular Connection, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S., in a joint effort with its customers, announces today that it will be donating 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through its School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. Last year,...
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American Red Cross Seeks more Blood Donations this Summer

July 2, 2014
American Red Cross Seeks more Blood Donations this Summer

The American Red Cross encourages blood donors to help prevent a summer shortage by rolling up a sleeve to give. Donors of all blood types are urged to schedule an appointment now, especially those with types O negative, B negative and A negative. Type O negative is universal and can likely be transfused to...
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Overnight Closure of U.S. 30 for Emergency Power Line/Traffic Signal Repair

July 2, 2014
Overnight Closure of U.S. 30 for Emergency Power Line/Traffic Signal Repair

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of U.S. 30, between I-65 and U.S. 41 tonight, beginning at 10 p.m. The estimated reopening time is 10 a.m. Thursday, July 3rd. The severe weather that swept through Northwest Indiana Monday night resulted in downed power lines on U.S. 30 that permanently damaged multiple...
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Ferguson gone from Texas Business Operations

July 2, 2014
Ferguson gone from Texas Business Operations

Residents of Snyder, Texas learned July 1st that indictments were issued against two men who they had thought only a few months ago would boost their town’s economy by providing much needed housing for those working in oil and gas fields. WTCA am1050 ran a story on July 1st stating that arrest warrants had...
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Stockberger’s Cement Mixer Business Topic of Plan Commission

July 1, 2014
Stockberger’s Cement Mixer Business Topic of Plan Commission

Local businessman Carl Stockberger was present for Tuesday night’s Plan Commission meeting. Stockberger’s business, CDS Mixers & Parts at the corner of Western Avenue and Pilgrim Lane has been a topic of conversation from concerned citizens who believe the “salvage yard” is a violation and eyesore. During a discussion it was explained that Stockberger’s...
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Webb Arrested for Illegal Possession of Alcohol by a Minor

July 1, 2014
Webb Arrested for Illegal Possession of Alcohol by a Minor

Late Monday night the Plymouth Police Department received a call of a possible underage drinking party at 207 South 7th Street. Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched to the scene and located 20 year old Dylan Webb who had been drinking. The Bourbon man was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Jeff Brooke New Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School

July 1, 2014
Jeff Brooke New Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School

During the July 1 meeting of the Plymouth School Board, Board members welcomed the new assistant principal for Riverside Intermediate School. Jeff Brooke comes to the Plymouth Schools after teaching math at Pioneer High School for the last six years. Prior to his time at Pioneer, he taught at Rossville Middle School for nine...
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Delta Theta Tau, Zeta Zeta Chapter Golf Event July 12th

July 1, 2014
Delta Theta Tau, Zeta Zeta Chapter Golf Event July 12th

Local Philanthropic Sorority, Delta Theta Tau, Zeta Zeta Chapter is hosting a Golf Event at Plymouth Rock Golf Course on Saturday, July 12th. Like a traditional golf fundraiser, the course will donate a percentage of proceeds to the Delta Theta Tau Sorority. Unlike a traditional “scramble,” however, patrons may choose what time they want...
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County working to open roads

July 1, 2014
County working to open roads

Road crews around the county have been hard at work with Marshall County Highway Foreman Jason Peters saying that the worst of the damage centered around Tippecanoe on the county’s southeast corner. “Tippecanoe got hit really hard,” said Peters. “That and the north side of the county around Quince and the Plymouth-LaPorte Trail. Interesting...
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