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Terence David Smith – 76 – from Plymouth

May 16, 2016

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Glenn F. Hardesty – 88 – of Grovertown

May 16, 2016

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Crash Seriously Injures 3, Names Withheld

May 15, 2016
Crash Seriously Injures 3, Names Withheld

At least three people were hospitalized early Sunday morning following a serious crash. Just before 2 a.m. Marshall County Police were dispatched to Plymouth-LaPorte Trail and Rose Road north-west of Plymouth. Two vehicles were traveling north on Rose Road, a 1999 Dodge Durango and a 1997 Honda Civic. The Honda was driven by 24...
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Downtown Sidewalk Cleaning Scheduled This Week

May 15, 2016
Downtown Sidewalk Cleaning Scheduled This Week

As part of its downtown brick restoration project, the City of Plymouth has contracted with The Robert Henry Corporation to clean and to treat the downtown sidewalks with a water repellent sealer. The work is anticipated to begin Monday, May 16th , and should continue throughout the week. The work will be performed in...
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Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

May 15, 2016
Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 9:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Laurie Baker and Jason Peters will give the Highway Report and Rob Keck will discuss Redwood Road’s chip and seal while County Clerk Debbie VanDeMark will present proposals from MicroVote to upgrade 98 voting...
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Construction Technology Awards Luncheon

May 15, 2016
Construction Technology Awards Luncheon

The Construction Technology, Building Trades course at Plymouth High School recently held their annual awards luncheon at Ponderosa.   The awards luncheon recognizes the accomplishments of students in the Construction Technology-Career Tech Education CTE program.   Recipients of 2016 Golden Hammer Award for Outstanding Students are Bodie Neidig from PHS and Bryant Hunsberger from...
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Spotlight On: Combating Drug Use

May 15, 2016
Spotlight On: Combating Drug Use

Indiana State Senator Randy Head said, “This year, one of the goals for Indiana Senate Republicans was to fight the ongoing meth epidemic plaguing our state and our nation.” He said, “Senate Enrolled Act 80, which I authored and was recently signed into law at Webb’s Family Pharmacy in Rochester, takes a strong step...
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Weidner School of Inquiry Sophomore Career and Future Focused Field Trip

May 15, 2016

The Weidner School of Inquiry sophomore class attended a career and future focused field trip on Thursday.   Students had a choice to visit one of three worksites based on potential career pathways:   St. Joseph Regional Medical Center – Health Science ITAMCO – Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Business Marshall County Courthouse  - Law, Government, Human...
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MARSHALL COUNTY D.A.R.E. STUDENTS HONORED

May 13, 2016
MARSHALL COUNTY D.A.R.E. STUDENTS HONORED

Seven Marshall County D.A.R.E. students were honored Thursday May 12 at the twenty-fifth annual Project D.A.R.E. of Marshall County banquet.  Lizzy Edmonds, daughter of Kip and Sarah Edmonds was the Argos Community Schools D.A.R.E. essay winner. Galen Hochstetler, son of Tim and Anna Hochstetler was the Bremen Community Schools D.A.R.E. essay winner. Ellia Foster,...
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Mishler Ranked Among Top State Legislators by Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Manufacturers Association

May 13, 2016
Mishler Ranked Among Top State Legislators by Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Manufacturers Association

State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) received a score of 100 percent on the “2016 Legislative Vote Analysis” for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA). The Indiana Chamber – which ranks state lawmakers based on their votes for pro-jobs, pro-economy measures – cited Senate Enrolled Act 67 as one of their priorities....
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