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19 Colleges Participate in Ancilla Transfer Fair

April 27, 2016
19 Colleges Participate in Ancilla Transfer Fair

The word is out about record-growth at Ancilla College and 19 colleges and universities are on board, turning out for a transfer fair Wednesday, April 27. Brian Welch, Ancilla associate dean of student success and retention, explained the fair kicks off Ancilla’s transfer pathway program to any of the 19 colleges and universities in...
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David W. Bottorff – 63 – from Walkerton

April 27, 2016

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth Man Arrested Following Hit and Run

April 26, 2016
Plymouth Man Arrested Following Hit and Run

A Plymouth man was arrested Sunday afternoon for leaving the scene of an accident and operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license. Sunday afternoon about 4:30 city police were dispatched to the Quick Clean Laundromat at 815 West Jefferson Street in reference to a hit and run. After speaking to several witnesses and...
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Kids Expo Awards Scholarship

April 26, 2016
Kids Expo Awards Scholarship

Last Friday the Marshall County Kids Expo awarded two camperships, one to a boy and one to a girl who attended the Expo on April 16th. Mandy Metskar, representing the Kids Expo and Jayne Roahrig from the Marshall County Community Foundation awarded 1st grader Emma Moore with a yearlong campership to the LifePlex Dance...
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Bicyclist Arrested for Public Intox.

April 26, 2016
Bicyclist Arrested for Public Intox.

40 year old Jennifer Warren of Randolph Street in Plymouth was riding a bike Saturday morning and was arrested. Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department observed Warren riding a bike the wrong way on Michigan Street at 12:40 Saturday morning.  The bike didn’t have any lights on, as required. Warren was found...
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City Officers Arrest 3 for Drinking and Driving

April 26, 2016
City Officers Arrest 3 for Drinking and Driving

On Saturday morning at 4:40 Plymouth Police Officer Gary Clevelend stopped a vehicle for speeding at LaPorte and Michigan Streets.  During his investigation it was found that 26 year old Raul Rodriguez was intoxicated.  He was arrested and booked into the County Jail for OWI.   Officer Wally Derefield arrested 23 year old Rosa...
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Arrests for Probation Violations

April 26, 2016
Arrests for Probation Violations

On Monday, Plymouth Police Officer Bob DeLee was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department three different times to arrest probationers who had violated the terms of their probation. At 9:15 29 year old Jared D. Good of Plymouth was apprehended. At 11:30 41 year old Jeffery S. Sparks of South Bend was taken...
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6th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

April 26, 2016
6th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

Benack’s Crossing is this weekend, April 30th and May 1st at Potawatomi Wildlife Park at 16998 State Road 331 in Tippecanoe. Watch as the Franco-Polish army battles the Russo-Prussian army on a dynamic battlefield with cavalry, infantry and artillery. Hear the boom of cannon and gun fire!  Wander the camps and see 18th century life skills demonstrated.  Be...
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VanHorn Arrested on Burglary Charge

April 26, 2016
VanHorn Arrested on Burglary Charge

On Wednesday April 20, Marshall County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant was investigating a burglary on 13th Road near State Road 17.  Using evidence from the scene the officer was able to identify a suspect, Gunnar Vanhorn. About 5:15 in the evening Officer Bryant located 24 year old Gunnar Vanhorn walking on State Road 17. ...
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County Election Board Waives Fines for 7 Candidates who Filed Campaign Finance Forms Late

April 26, 2016
County Election Board Waives Fines for 7 Candidates who Filed Campaign Finance Forms Late

Tuesday morning the Marshall County Election Board met and discussed the candidates that filed their campaign finance reports late. The reports were due by noon on April 15th according to state statue or the candidates could face a daily fine for not having them filed in the Clerk’s Office. At the April 19th meeting...
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