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County Police Investigate Crashes

September 5, 2012
County Police Investigate Crashes

 09/06/12 On Saturday, September 1st at 4:18 PM Patrolman Kerry Brouyette with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to State Road 10 east of 17C Road for a personal injury accident involving two vehicles.  During his investigation it was learned that a 2005 KIA Sportage SUV driven by 30 year old by Jeremy Hoke...
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Woman Takes Own Life in Plymouth

September 5, 2012
Woman Takes Own Life in Plymouth

  09/06/12 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger reported that a 28 year old South Bend woman took her own life over the Labor Day weekend in Plymouth. Plymouth Police were called to a residence on Nursery Street late Friday evening where the body of the woman, identified as 28 year old Rebecca Loness of...
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Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with New Tech Middle School

September 5, 2012
Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with New Tech Middle School

  09/06/12 The Plymouth School Board heard a proposal on Tuesday night that could lead to the formation of a New Tech Middle School academy for the 2012-2013 school year. Speaking to the Board was Amy Gerard, K-8 Project Based Learning (PBL) coordinator, for the Plymouth Schools. Gerard said, “New Tech matches the strategic...
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The Possibility of Rain Cancelles Public Safety Fair

September 5, 2012
The Possibility of Rain Cancelles Public Safety Fair

  09/06/12 Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director, Clyde Avery announced Wednesday afternoon the cancellation of the District 2 Emergency Response Public Safety Fair that was scheduled for this Friday, September 7th in Centennial Park from 2 until 7 p.m. Avery said, “The event has been cancelled due to concerns over weather.”  He continued,...
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Coats: $16 Trillion in Debt No Occasion to Celebrate

September 5, 2012
Coats: $16 Trillion in Debt No Occasion to Celebrate

  09/06/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) issued the following statement today on news that the United States debt has reached $16 trillion: “Today, the United States national debt exceeded $16 trillion for the first time. Although a historic moment for our nation, this is no occasion to celebrate. Instead, this sobering milestone is an...
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Miller’s Residents Sign Banner for Soldiers Homecoming

September 5, 2012
Miller’s Residents Sign Banner for Soldiers Homecoming

09/06/12 Angela Drake of Plymouth is counting the days until her husband Scott arrives home from his tour with the Plymouth National Guard in Afghanistan.   Until he does get home she has plenty to keep her busy with their two young sons Colton, 2 and Kamdon, five months. She is also busy helping other...
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JAMES “DONALD” KEISTER – 84 – from Plymouth

September 5, 2012
JAMES “DONALD” KEISTER – 84 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete detail.
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ANNA FRANCES BANNING SISK – 81 – of Bourbon

September 5, 2012

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at the right for complete details.
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St. Rep. Bill Friend Report

September 5, 2012
St. Rep. Bill Friend Report

  09/06/12 The summer has been beautiful — especially if you are a sun and dry weather advocate. Not so for farmers who have needed rain for their corn and soybeans. This has just been “one of those years” for all farmers as they have watched their crops wilt and curl under the hot...
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MAKING WAVES OpEd for September 2012

September 5, 2012
MAKING WAVES OpEd for September 2012

09/06/12 Half of the men and a third of the women in the U.S. are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes, and almost eight million people worldwide die from cancer each year. On September 7th, faces from around the country will come together along with the major TV networks and celebrities...
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