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RIBBON CUTTING AT ROSE STUDIO & DESIGN

April 24, 2014
RIBBON CUTTING AT ROSE STUDIO & DESIGN

Rose Studio and Design had their ribbon cutting last Saturday at 118 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.  Professional Photographer, Jennifer Longanecker, was born and raised in Plymouth and has been shooting since 2005, but it has always been her dream to have her very own studio. Therefore, opening the doors to Rose Studio...
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“Learn4Life” Will Now Be “Gale Courses

April 24, 2014
“Learn4Life” Will Now Be “Gale Courses

For those of you who have taken a Learn4Life course at Plymouth Public Library, you know what this is all about.  If you haven’t, here are over 300 online courses for lifelong learning.  Learn4Life has had a name change, Gale Courses.  The rebranding is cosmetic, other than a logo and web address, its business...
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Coats Plans to Join GOP Senators Calling for Russian Sanctions

April 24, 2014
Coats Plans to Join GOP Senators Calling for Russian Sanctions

U.S. Senator Dan Coats wants tougher sanctions against Russia for its growing involvement in Ukraine, despite signs of wariness back home.   “If there is a bully in the schoolyard, the sooner you realize that and stand up to that bully, the less grief you’re going to endure,” said Coats, a member of Senate...
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Triton Elementary Write Book

April 24, 2014
Triton Elementary Write Book

Students from Mrs. Mullin’s reading class at Triton Elementary School wrote a book entitled, “The Triton Alphabet.”   Once the book was complete the students visited the superintendent’s office to read their book aloud.  The special presentation was in honor of Administrative Professionals’ Day.    Pictured are the authors/readers: Jaime Torres, Sara Gomez, Casey Kemp,...
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Plymouth comes from behind to beat Concord

April 24, 2014
Plymouth comes from behind to beat Concord

– A win is a win is a win and it doesn’t matter how it came, Plymouth’s Pilgrims will take it as they start the NLC season with a second big road win, last night over Concord by a 7-1 final. For four innings Concord starter Brendon Curry was tossing a perfect game but...
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M.C. Drug Task Force Raids LaPaz Convenience Store

April 23, 2014
M.C. Drug Task Force Raids LaPaz Convenience Store

04/24/14 WTCA is awaiting complete details from the Marshall County Drug Task Force raid at the Phillips 66 in LaPaz on Wednesday. Just before noon members of the Drug Task Force raided the gas station convenience store at the intersection of US 6 and US 31 looking for synthetic marijuana. Indiana State Police were...
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Traffic Stop Ends in Arrest of Two

April 23, 2014
Traffic Stop Ends in Arrest of Two

04/24/14 On Tuesday, April 22nd at 9:54 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman initiated a traffic stop on First Street between Adams and Jefferson Street on 24 year old Nathan A. Clark of Plymouth. During the traffic stop Mr. Clark was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia along with driving while suspended with...
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Plymouth Teen Arrested for Child Molestation

April 23, 2014
Plymouth Teen Arrested for Child Molestation

04/24/14 On Wednesday, April 16th Marshall County Sheriff’s Detective Duane Culp took a report and led the investigation along with the Department of Child Services of an alleged child molesting of a juvenile in Marshall.  The investigation revealed that in the past six weeks the juvenile had been inappropriately touched by 19 year old Joshua...
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Social Media Questions PHS Prom Security in South Bend

April 23, 2014
Social Media Questions PHS Prom Security in South Bend

04/24/14 Excitement surrounding the annual high school prom is still the same for kids as it has been for well over 50 years-and the worry for parents remains the same too. Students from Plymouth High School are headed to the Century Center in South Bend for their prom on Saturday night. Dialogue among parents...
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North Judson Man Arrested in Bourbon for Kosciusko County

April 23, 2014
North Judson Man Arrested in Bourbon for Kosciusko County

04/24/14  On Tuesday, April 22nd at 11:30 P.M. Bourbon Police Officer Matthew Geiger was advised by the Kosciusko County Dispatch Center that a male subject wanted on an active warrant may be in Bourbon.  The suspect, 27 year old Matthew S. Blount of North Judson was suspected of residing in Bourbon with a relative at...
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