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Starke County Head On Crash Injures Two

February 25, 2014
Starke County Head On Crash Injures Two

    02/26/14  On Monday, February 24th at approximately 7:30 A.M. the Starke County Sheriff’s Department 911 Center received a call of an accident with injuries on 100 East just South of 350 South. As officers arrived on the scene they discovered a two vehicle head on accident involving a passenger car and an...
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Nathan Clark Arrested on Warrant

February 25, 2014
Nathan Clark Arrested on Warrant

  02/26/14  On Sunday, February 23rd Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman went to a residence located at 715 Mansfield Street in Plymouth to serve a warrant.  As Officer Workman arrived at the residence he made contact with 24 year old Nathan A. Clark of Plymouth who was wanted on the active warrant through Marshall...
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Riverside students experience “Science of Music”

February 25, 2014
Riverside students experience “Science of Music”

  02/26/14 Riverside Intermediate students were recently entertained by musician Jeff Rutter as he engaged them in sing-alongs and taught them some basics behind the science of music.    Students sang along to rock-and-roll hits like “Brown-Eyed Girl” and “I’m a Believer” while simultaneously learning about musical concepts like rhythm, pitch, and melody.  ...
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Oliver Ford’s Chuck a Truck Fundraiser for the Athletic Booster Club

February 25, 2014
Oliver Ford’s Chuck a Truck Fundraiser for the Athletic Booster Club

  02/26/14 The Plymouth Athletic Booster Club is excited to introduce THE OLIVE FORD/ PLYMOUTH ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB CHUCK A TRUCK contest this Thursday, February 27 at the half-time of the Plymouth/Wawasee Varsity Boys Basketball Game. Register to play in the main lobby and buy a mini truck or car for $1 during the...
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Donnelly Questions DoD Nominee on Military Suicide Prevention

February 25, 2014
Donnelly Questions DoD Nominee on Military Suicide Prevention

  02/26/14 In a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee Tuesday morning, Senator Donnelly questioned the Honorable Christine Wormuth, nominee for Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, regarding her commitment and plans to help decrease the number of suicides among U.S. service members.   “I see this as an incredible challenge, an incredible...
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CenturyLink Offers Discounts to Low-Income Individuals

February 25, 2014
CenturyLink Offers Discounts to Low-Income Individuals

  02/26/14 Did you know that discounts on basic residential phone service are available to qualifying low-income individuals in Indiana? CenturyLink is informing Indiana residents living in a CenturyLink service area to call 800-366-8201 and ask about the Lifeline and Link-Up telephone discounts or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline to find out if they qualify. These discounts...
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Plymouth Woman Charged with 2 Counts Neglect of Dependent

February 25, 2014
Plymouth Woman Charged with 2 Counts Neglect of Dependent

  02/15/14 A Plymouth woman has been charged with two Class D felonies for alleged neglect of dependents.  The charges were filed in open court against Rebecca Lynn Strayer on February 13, 2014. The first charge followed a curfew violation of a dependent and the second charge for knowingly depriving dependent (s) of education...
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State of the City Address

February 24, 2014
State of the City Address

  02/25/14  Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address during last night’s Common Council meeting.  The theme of this year’s speech was direction.  After taking time to thank the “great employees of Plymouth” Senter recognized City Attorney Sean Surrisi. He said, “He has gone beyond what I expected….he has kept...
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Chambers Asks City to Partner with Ex. Dir/City Development Dir.

February 24, 2014
Chambers Asks City to Partner with Ex. Dir/City Development Dir.

  02/25/14 Dan Weidner, Treasurer of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce appeared before the Plymouth Common Council Monday evening to propose a joint venture between city and chamber to provide a City Development Director/Chamber Executive Director.  The proposal by the Chamber was that the employee would be a new position in the city budget...
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PHS Winter Color Guard Prepares for State Prelims

February 24, 2014
PHS Winter Color Guard Prepares for State Prelims

  02/25/14 The Plymouth High School Varsity Winter Guard has been competing throughout Indiana in the Indiana High School Color Guard Association’s circuit.  The guard moved up a class to harder competition in the “Class A” division and has been performing extremely well.  The guard is working towards their upcoming performance at the IHSCGA...
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