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Riverside Students Participate in DEAR

March 5, 2014
Riverside Students Participate in DEAR

  03/06/14 It’s a big week for reading at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth and other schools all over the country.  Many schools are celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America.   Amy Mahan, Information Literacy Assistant for Riverside said, “Students participated in DEAR.”  D.E.A.R. stands for “Drop Everything and Read,” a national...
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Reason number 2,000,000 to listen to your wife

March 5, 2014
Reason number 2,000,000 to listen to your wife

  INDIANAPOLIS (March 5, 2014) – Ben Cantu of Hobart can thank his wife, Jill, for a sizable win that will have a big impact on their family. The couple’s excitement filled the room when they walked into Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis on Monday to claim a $2 million top prize on the...
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South Bend Man Arrested at Probation Dept. for Possession

March 5, 2014
South Bend Man Arrested at Probation Dept. for Possession

  03/05/14  On Monday, March 3rd at approximately 9:54 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer’s responded to the Marshall County Probation Department.  Arriving at the location, Officer Derek Workman arrested 33 year old Ricky L. Dixon of South Bend. During Dixon’s meeting at the Probation Department, Marshall County Probation Officers Harner and Fallon conducted a search...
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Plymouth Speedway Welcomes New Partner

March 5, 2014
Plymouth Speedway Welcomes New Partner

  03/05/14 They’ve been in business in Plymouth for 33 years and the owner decided it was time to partner with Plymouth Speedway to help bring the best racing entertainment to fans. The owner of Lincolnway Auto, Cecil Wilson, said the partnership just made sense. “Racing has become a popular sport in the area...
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County Police Arrest Terrones on Multiple Charges

March 5, 2014
County Police Arrest Terrones on Multiple Charges

  03/05/14  On Sunday, March 2nd Marshall County Sheriff’s Officer Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the area of Jefferson Street and Kingston Avenue on a subject known to have an active warrant through Marshall County.  The driver, 27 year old Jorge T. Terrones of Plymouth was found to be Operating a Motor...
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Exploring Entrepreneurship throughout Marshall County

March 5, 2014
Exploring Entrepreneurship throughout Marshall County

  03/05/14 The Youth Leadership Marshall County (YLMC) members had the opportunity to discover what it means to be an entrepreneur last week around the county. The youth members had a full day packed of touring local businesses in the area to discover what it means to create your own business, how to operate...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

March 4, 2014
Arrests by City Police Officers

  03/05/14  On Friday, February 28th at 1:49 P.M. Plymouth Police were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Oak Drive at US 30.  As Officer Bob DeLee arrived on the scene he was advised that one of the occupants in one of the vehicles had been transported to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center...
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Plymouth Band Brings Home Gold at State Finals

March 4, 2014
Plymouth Band Brings Home Gold at State Finals

  03/05/14 Recently, numerous students from the Plymouth High School band department advanced to the Indiana State School Music Association’s annual Solo and Ensemble State Finals competition.   To advance to the state level, students must compete in the most difficult level of performance and select advanced-level music from a state required list of repertoire. ...
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PLYMOUTH’S FIRE DETECTOR ORDINANCE PASSED IN 2008

March 4, 2014
PLYMOUTH’S FIRE DETECTOR ORDINANCE PASSED IN 2008

  03/05/14 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is urging city residents check their smoke detectors.   So many times we read or hear about persons killed in house fires because the home did not have a working smoke detector.  Just last month a family of six perished in a home on Indianapolis’ eastside.  It was...
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Local residents victim of overseas scam

March 4, 2014
Local residents victim of overseas scam

  03/05/14 BOURBON – Some local residents have found themselves in the middle of an international internet scam. Bourbon Police Chief Bill Martin came across a pair of residents who had unwittingly been involved with a scheme to move stolen goods. “They met these people on line who struck up a relationship with them...
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