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Two New Troopers Welcomed to Bremen State Police Post

December 1, 2015
Two New Troopers Welcomed to Bremen State Police Post

Two new state troopers reported for duty Monday at the Indiana State Police Post in Bremen.  The two troopers are from the class of 46 troopers who just graduated from the 75th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy on Thursday, November 19th. In June of this year the class began 21 weeks of intense training at the...
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Car vs Train Crash on Iris Road crossing

November 30, 2015
Car vs Train Crash on Iris Road crossing

Two young men from Plymouth are very lucky following a car train crash on Sunday. At 9:27 Sunday evening Marshall County Police were dispatched to the rail road crossing on Iris Road just south of Lincoln Highway. 20 year old Cody Edge was driving north on Iris Road in a 2013 Ford Focus.  As...
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Plymouth Receives Good News on Contamination Site at 200 S. Michigan

November 30, 2015
Plymouth Receives Good News on Contamination Site at 200 S. Michigan

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi reported to the Board of Public Works and Safety the status report regarding the environmental issues at 200 South Michigan Street, Bowen Printing, property owned by the City of Plymouth. In June of this year SESCO Group completed a groundwater sampling event and the analytical results indicate that contaminates...
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Tree of Life Ceremony Honors Loved Ones

November 30, 2015
Tree of Life Ceremony Honors Loved Ones

This holiday season, the Volunteer Auxiliary of Saint Joseph Health System Plymouth Medical Center invites the community to remember or honor loved ones during the annual Tree of Life Celebration. For a $5 donation to the Auxiliary, an ornament will be displayed on the Tree of Life in the main lobby of Plymouth Medical...
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Knox Woman Arrested for Shoplifting at WalMart

November 30, 2015
Knox Woman Arrested for Shoplifting at WalMart

Last Tuesday evening WalMart loss prevention stopped 20 year old Ashley Jones of Knox and a juvenile for shoplifting. Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre located prescription drugs for which Ms. Jones did not have a prescription along with several syringes and other drug paraphernalia. Ashley Jones was transported to the Marshall County Jail and...
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North Township House Fire Determined Accidental

November 30, 2015
North Township House Fire Determined Accidental

Four fire departments, LaPaz, Plymouth, Polk Township and Lakeville responded to a house fire Saturday morning just before 9 on 5D Road north of Plymouth. The home of Robert and Joyce Smith went up in flames.  Although everyone was able to get out of the modular home except for their pets. The Millers, their...
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Suspect Arrested in Pak-A-Sak Armed Robbery

November 30, 2015
Suspect Arrested in Pak-A-Sak Armed Robbery

A Plymouth man was arrested Friday evening for the Thanksgiving armed robbery at Pak-A-Sak on West Jefferson Street. About midnight a male wearing a mask walked into the Pak-A-Sac, brandished a hand gun and demanded cash from the employee.  An undisclosed amount of money was taken in the robbery. With the assistance of the...
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Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

November 30, 2015
Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

The Plymouth School Board will convene at 6:00 P.M. on Tuesday, December 1st in an executive session, to be followed by a regular meeting at 7:00 P.M. The only item listed for the Executive session is “To discuss a job performance evaluation of individual employees”. Agenda items included in the regular session, but not...
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Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County participate in global GIVING TUESDAY

November 30, 2015
Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County participate in global GIVING TUESDAY

Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County are participating in GIVING TUESDAY, a National Day of Giving on Tuesday, December 1st. In response to BLACK FRIDAY, SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY, CYPER MONDAY, a global day dedicated to giving back has been declared – GIVING TUESDAY. Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) and United...
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The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State, Book Available at Marshall County Museum

November 30, 2015
The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State, Book Available at Marshall County Museum

Indianapolis-The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) continues to celebrate Indiana’s upcoming Bicentennial with a nod to some familiar names in St. Joseph County. Father Theodore Hesburgh, businessman Clement Studebaker and inventor James Oliver are among those recognized with the release of Indiana’s 200: The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State edited by Linda C. Gugin and James...
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