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Plymouth Bands earn 14th consecutive state award!

May 24, 2016
Plymouth Bands earn 14th consecutive state award!

The Plymouth Community Schools was recently notified that the “Pride of Plymouth” Band Department was recently named as a winner of the prestigious “All-Music Award” from the Indiana State School Music Association. This marks the fourteenth consecutive year that the band program has earned this top honor. “This is a tough award to earn,”...
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Gilliland Resigns, Caucus to Fill Set on County Council

May 24, 2016
Gilliland Resigns, Caucus to Fill Set on County Council

  Marshall County Republicans will conduct a caucus on Thursday June 9th to fill a vacancy on the Marshall County Council. On Monday, council member at large, Rex Gilliland submitted his letter of resignation to Republican Chairman David Holmes. Gilliland is resigning his position on the county council effective June 1st because he has...
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McNeal Arrested for Driving after being Adjudged HTV

May 24, 2016
McNeal Arrested for Driving after being Adjudged HTV

Monday morning about 5 a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stopped a 2003 Chevrolet pickup truck in the area of US 30 and Gumwood Road. The driver, 47 year old Gene A. McNeal JR of Etna Green was found to be Operating a Vehicle after Adjudged a Habitual Traffic Offender. He was...
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Indiana State Police Remind Motorists to Buckle Up During Holiday Travel

May 24, 2016
Indiana State Police Remind Motorists to Buckle Up During Holiday Travel

Memorial Day weekend traditionally starts off the summer travel season, and this weekend is shaping up to be the busiest in the Hoosier State in years. With the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 Race this weekend, along with lower fuel prices, travelers can expect a record number of motorists on the roadways. Law...
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Merrillville Man Arrested for Driving While Supended with a Prior Charge

May 24, 2016
Merrillville Man Arrested for Driving While Supended with a Prior Charge

  Monday evening, May 23rd, at approximately 8:15 County Police Officer Wozniak conducted a traffic stop on a white 2015 Toyota passenger vehicle in the area of US 30 and King Road. The vehicle was stopped for exceeding the maximum speed limit. The driver, 24 year old Christopher J Richmond of Merrillville was found...
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Athletic Awards at PHS Senior Awards

May 24, 2016
Athletic Awards at PHS Senior Awards

  Plymouth The program began with the Plymouth Athletic Booster Club Scholar Athlete Scholarships. Jack Barron and Kara Morwood were the recipients while the pair also were awarded the Kizer Athletic Awards. The Dr. Kent Guild Mental Attitude Award, presented by Athletic Director Roy Benge went to Kara Morwood and Karley Gruett while the Wayne...
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ITAMCO Receives DMDII Applied R&D Award for Smart Manufacturing Project

May 24, 2016
ITAMCO Receives DMDII Applied R&D Award for Smart Manufacturing Project

ITAMCO—a manufacturer of precision-machined components, specializing in gears—is part of a team that received an Applied Research and Development award from the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII). The award-winning project is titled “Standards-Based Platform for Enterprise Communication Enabling Optimal Production and Self-Awareness,” or SPEC-OPS. “We are excited to continue to advance applied...
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Argos Elementary Readers Honored

May 24, 2016
Argos Elementary Readers Honored

  Each year at Argos Elementary School, students are challenged to read and pass quizzes for a certain number of books. Students in grades 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade are rewarded for reading and passing 50 book quizzes. 2nd graders are rewarded for passing 75 book quizzes. 1st graders are rewarded for reading...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS TO PREVENT RECREATIONAL WATER ILLNESSES & INJURY

May 24, 2016
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS TO PREVENT RECREATIONAL WATER ILLNESSES & INJURY

The arrival of Memorial Day weekend heralds the opening of many pools and beaches, and state health officials are urging Hoosiers to keep safety in mind while enjoying the water this year. National Healthy and Safe Swimming Week is May 23 to 29 and reminds people that they can take steps to prevent illness...
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Haining of LaPaz Arrested for Auto Theft

May 24, 2016
Haining of LaPaz Arrested for Auto Theft

A LaPaz man was arrested Friday evening for Auto Theft and Criminal Trespass. Around 5 Friday evening May 20th the Marshall County Dispatch Center    received a call from a Bremen resident on 1st Road saying an unknown male subject was on his property attempting to steal his truck.   After a short verbal altercation between...
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