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Triton Elementary Students Create Musical Instruments

November 17, 2015
Triton Elementary Students Create Musical Instruments

Students in Mrs. Strycker’s third grade class at Triton Elementary School have been working to learn how sounds are made, and if they are changed as they move through solids, liquids, and gasses. Students have created their own ear bud using string, and listened to sounds through different string phones, and types of matter. ...
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Next Do Not Call list sign-up deadline is Nov. 17

November 17, 2015
Next Do Not Call list sign-up deadline is Nov. 17

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said nearly 1,300 complaints were filed with his office this year about the IRS imposter scam, making it the most common telephone privacy complaint of 2015. Phone scams offering credit services and tech support services are the second and third most common complaints this year. In the Internal...
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Commissioners Pass Buggy Ordinance on 2nd Reading

November 17, 2015
Commissioners Pass Buggy Ordinance on 2nd Reading

The Marshall County Commissioners passed the Buggy Ordinance on second reading Monday.  The ordinance requires horse drawn buggies and wagons to be plated for use on Marshall County roadways. The annual fee is $50 for each plate and a $3 processing fee for the collection agency, Lake City Bank for every plate sold.  The...
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Drivers Arrested for OWI

November 16, 2015
Drivers Arrested for OWI

County police officers made two arrests Saturday for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated and Endangering a Person. About 2 a.m. Deputy Bragg conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of 3RD and Pine Roads.  During the investigation it was found that the driver, 27 year old Zachary A. Mortensen of Plymouth...
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Ohio Teens Arrested for Fake IDs

November 16, 2015
Ohio Teens Arrested for Fake IDs

Four teens from Ohio were arrested Friday evening for possession of fake government issued IDs. A moving violation caused a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department to stop a vehicle traveling on US 31 near US 30 Friday night at 9:49. During the course of the investigation it was determined that the four...
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County Farm Bureaus Recognized for Outstanding Performance

November 16, 2015
County Farm Bureaus Recognized for Outstanding Performance

Two local county Farm Bureaus were recognized for outstanding achievement during Indiana Farm Bureau’s state convention Sunday night The two counties received special recognition for efforts that resulted in a significant impact or an increase in influence or clout. Impact Awards were given in four categories: influential organization, young farmers and youth, issue engagement,...
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PHS Yearbook Receives Awards

November 16, 2015
PHS Yearbook Receives Awards

The Indiana High School Press Association has named the Plymouth High School Mayflower Yearbook a winner in two categories – Yearbook Theme Development Division II First Place and Yearbook Advertising Division II First Place at the annual IHSPA Fall Convention at Franklin College. With these entries, The Mayflower Yearbook Staff demonstrated a commitment to...
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PHS & WSOI to Add New Courses

November 16, 2015
PHS & WSOI to Add New Courses

Plymouth High School and Weidner School of Inquiry could have several new classes to choose from for the 2015-2016 school year. PHS Principal, Jim Condon, and WSOI Co-Director, Jennifer Felke, presented an outline of the proposed new courses to the School Board during their November meeting. The Board unanimously approved the changes; however minimum...
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NIPSCO Reminds Customers of Carbon Monoxide Dangers

November 16, 2015
NIPSCO Reminds Customers of Carbon Monoxide Dangers

As temperatures begin to dip, NIPSCO reminds customers of the importance of maintaining a safe home heating system. An annual inspection is essential for every home’s furnace to ensure that it is working efficiently and to help protect dwellers from safety concerns, such as carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless,...
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LaPorte Man Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

November 16, 2015
LaPorte Man Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

A LaPorte man was arrested early Sunday morning following a traffic stop at State Road 17 and Redwood Road. 20 year old Kyle Ray Lindsey was stopped about 1:30 Sunday morning by County Police.   Lindsey was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor.  He was held on...
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