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Rochester Man Arrested for Strangulation after Fight at NISCO

July 16, 2014
Rochester Man Arrested for Strangulation after Fight at NISCO

At 4:49 A.M. on Tuesday, July 15th Bremen police officers were called to NISCO factory at 501 High Road for a fight. Arriving on scene, officers met with management, the victim and suspect. After an investigation it was determined that 25 year old Jacob Weese of Rochester initiated a fight with the 21 year...
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Motorcycle vs Car Crash US 31 & St. Rd. 10

July 16, 2014
Motorcycle vs Car Crash US 31 & St. Rd. 10

Argos Police investigated a two vehicle accident at US 31 and State Road 10 Tuesday afternoon about 1:40. The accident occurred when Brandon Kamp of Rochester was riding his motorcycle northbound on US 31 when John Nonemaker of Plymouth, when a vehicle failed to yield the right-of-way. Nonemaker was crossing west bound on SR...
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Registration for Plymouth Schools Announced

July 16, 2014
Registration for Plymouth Schools Announced

The Plymouth Community School Corporation announces registration dates and times for the 2014-2015 school year. One stop registration for all school will be a Plymouth High School on Wednesday, July 30 and Thursday, July 31st. On Wednesday parents can register their children from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m., 12 noon until 3 p.m. and...
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Humane Society Seeking Donations for Rummage Sale

July 16, 2014
Humane Society Seeking Donations for Rummage Sale

The Marshall County Humane Society will conduct a Rummage Sale on Thursday, July 24th and Friday, July 25th at the shelter pavilion on US 31. Donations are needed and they are now collection items. Good, clean, gently used items are needed. Items can be dropped off at the Humane Society during normal business hours...
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Redevelopment Commission Declines Request for Additional Metronet Extensions

July 16, 2014
Redevelopment Commission Declines Request for Additional Metronet Extensions

Brent Martin gave members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission an update on the Metronet project during their meeting Tuesday evening. Martin said progress is quiet good and about one third of the conduit has been installed. He said there have been up to three crews working on the project at a time. With good...
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Plymouth 8U, 10U,12U Advance to Town & Country Semi State

July 16, 2014
Plymouth 8U, 10U,12U Advance to Town & Country Semi State

On Monday July 14th Plymouth’s 8U and 12U travel baseball teams won their district championships both beating Nappanee for the title in the 1st round of the Town & Country Baseball League Tournament. The 8U team went undefeated in the first round of the tournament defeating Nappanee in the final game 2-1, where Nappanee...
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Rockies Youth Football Signups

July 16, 2014
Rockies Youth Football Signups

The Rockies Youth Football signup will begin this weekend. Registration will be held on July 19, July 26, and August 2nd from 9 am – 1 pm. Signups will be held at Plymouth High School door 6 across from the football field. The player will be fitted for equipment at signups. The Rockies youth...
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Marshall County Junior Golf Tour

July 16, 2014

At Plymouth Rock Golf Course Next Event at Sprig-O-Mint GC 7/17/14   Boys 16-17   Name School Pts Tot 1 Yoder, Hudson Plymouth 7 77 2 Birr, Jared Northridge 4 82 3 Schenk, John Plymouth 3 83 4 Smith, Curtis Plymouth 2 93 Hettinger, Kyle Winamac 2 93 6 Butler, Michael LaVille 1 99 7...
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Walk-n-Wander Warsaw Photo and Essay Contests

July 16, 2014
Walk-n-Wander Warsaw Photo and Essay Contests

Art is alive in downtown Warsaw this summer! Sixteen life-like statues created by American Sculptor Seward Johnson grace the sidewalks and street corners within walking distance of the Courthouse Square. Walk-n-Wander Warsaw is a free exhibit available to visit daily from now through September 28. These sculptures are an interactive exhibit, so visitors are...
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Metronet Project Causes Gas Leak on Oak Hill

July 16, 2014
Metronet Project Causes Gas Leak on Oak Hill

A crew working on the installation of conduit for the Metronet project hit another gas line Tuesday morning. A second crew hired by Michiana Contracting hit a gas line on Oak Hill Avenue Tuesday morning about 9:30. Fire Chief Rod Miller said gas had to be shut off to approximately 10 homes in the...
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