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Chamber Presents Awards at Annual Dinner

May 14, 2012
Chamber Presents Awards at Annual Dinner

  05/15/12 The 88th Annual Plymouth Chamber of Commerce dinner was held at Swan Lake on Thursday evening May 10th.  The Chamber’s theme was “Embracing the Past, Moving Towards the Future” and they honored all living past Chamber presidents. Award recipients for 2012 were announced as follows:  Ambassador of the Year, Tammy Boys; Walter...
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City Police Arrest Two

May 13, 2012
City Police Arrest Two

05/14/12  On Thursday, May 10th at around 7:21am, Officer John Weir of the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Martin’s Supermarket in reference to a shoplifter.  Upon arrival Officer Weir spoke with the manager that was able to identify Linda J. Allred 50, of Rochester after she left the store without paying for several...
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Sheriff Announces Youth Leadership Camp

May 13, 2012
Sheriff Announces Youth Leadership Camp

   05/14/12  Marshall County Sheriff Thomas G. Chamberlin is pleased to announce the Indiana Sheriff’s Association is providing a Youth Leadership Camp for boys and girls interested in learning more about a potential career in Law Enforcement.  Students must have completed either the seventh or eighth grade of school this year. The camp will...
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PPD CRACKING DOWN ON WANTED SUBJECTS

May 13, 2012
PPD CRACKING DOWN ON WANTED SUBJECTS

  05/14/12 On Wednesday, May 9th at 3:51pm, Officer Derek Workman of the Plymouth Police Department arrested Mellissa K. White 40, of Plymouth for an outstanding warrant through Marshall County after she was seen on the back of a motorcycle near the intersection of Michigan Street and Washington Street.  White who was aware that...
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New Books for Menominee Library

May 13, 2012
New Books for Menominee Library

  05/14/12 Menominee Elementary School in Plymouth received a donation of 500 new books for their library last week. Students in the school had read 500 books online to qualify for the book donation from the Pearson Corporation. The company’s Read Mobile made a stop at the school and handed each second grader a...
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County Council Meeting Monday

May 13, 2012
County Council Meeting Monday

   05/14/12 The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The agenda for the meeting includes the request of County Clerk Julie Fox for an employee replacement and 2012 budget considerations by Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Prosecutor Dave Holmes.  Other...
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Jar in 4th Road Mailbox Not Bottle Bomb

May 11, 2012
Jar in 4th Road Mailbox Not Bottle Bomb

   05/14/12 Last Sunday morning a Marshall County man and his wife found something unusual in their mail box, jar of liquid.  Because Ralph Scutchfield’s wife is a postal worker they knew they should report it, but headed toward church first.  On the way to church they got to thinking it might be a...
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STOP BULLYING, MAKE A POSITIVE CHANGE

May 11, 2012
STOP BULLYING, MAKE A POSITIVE CHANGE

  05/14/12 Fitness Forum at LifePlex will be hosting a Free Community Outreach on the topic of “Stop Bullying, Make a Positive Change” Tuesday May 15th from 6:30 -7:30pm. This presentation will be given by Milene Jeffirs, Psychologist and Bullying Specialist. She is Author of a relationship based program for adults, teens and children...
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Nifong Arrested for Minor Transporting Alcohol

May 11, 2012
Nifong Arrested for Minor Transporting Alcohol

05/14/12 On Thursday, May 10th at 12:44a.m. Sergeant Joe Deisch of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Plum Street, just south of North Street.  It was found that Stephanie N. Nifong 19, of Plymouth and two juvenile subjects in the vehicle were in possession of alcohol.  Nifong was transported to the...
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Mother’s Day at Miller’s

May 11, 2012
Mother’s Day at Miller’s

  05/14/12 Jerry Kreamer of Indianapolis took time Thursday to pay a pre-Mother’s Day visit to his step-mother Ivy Kreamer who lives at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  While it is not unusual to visit a loved one; he did surprise the entire population of Miller’s with a trumpet concert during the afternoon....
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