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Army National Guard Hometown News

September 18, 2012
Army National Guard Hometown News

   09/19/12 Army National Guard Private first class Daniel L. Reynolds has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare...
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TCU Donated to Triton Reading Incentive Program

September 18, 2012
TCU Donated to Triton Reading Incentive Program

  09/19/12 Triton High School is developing a reading incentive program to encourage students to read for pleasure outside of their regular classwork. Teachers Credit Union donated $1000 to this reading incentive program for the Triton Jr.-Sr. High School students. Pictured are Teachers Credit Union representatives Teresa Houin and Beth Styers presenting the check...
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State Police Arrest 346 Impaired Drivers During Statewide Enforcement Campaign

September 18, 2012
State Police Arrest 346 Impaired Drivers During Statewide Enforcement Campaign

  09/19/12 Friday and Saturday night, September 14th and 15th, between 7:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m., the Indiana State Police conducted a statewide enforcement campaign targeting impaired and dangerous drivers.  Troopers throughout the state arrested 346 impaired drivers, issued 4,105 traffic tickets, 6,646 written warnings and made 360 arrests for various criminal offenses. Locally...
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WALORSKI TO PARTICIPATE IN SOUTH BEND, WABASH DEBATES

September 18, 2012
WALORSKI TO PARTICIPATE IN SOUTH BEND, WABASH DEBATES

  09/19/12 Republican Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced her participation in two upcoming debates.  Walorski has accepted invitations from the Wabash Chamber of Commerce and WSBT Radio in South Bend. “I look forward to participating in these two debates in the coming months,” said Walorski.  “I believe both debates will provide an opportunity...
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Miller’s Annual Classic Car Cruise-In

September 18, 2012
Miller’s Annual Classic Car Cruise-In

  09/19/12 National Assisted Living Week began Saturday, September 8th as Plymouth City Councilman Don Ecker read a proclamation in the absence of Mayor Mark Center.  Following the District Two Councilman’s speech Miller’s Senior Living Community’s annual Classic Car Cruise-In got underway. Guest DJ Quentin Flagg revved the crowd up with his oldies music...
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Dr. Darrell H.Beach, PhD – 77 – from Culver

September 18, 2012

Odom Funeral Home in Culver is in charge of arrangements.
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M.C. Employees Awarded IPEP Safety Award

September 17, 2012
M.C. Employees Awarded IPEP Safety Award

     09/18/12 Marshall County Commissioner Jack Roose read a news release from the Indiana Public Employers’ Plan during the county meeting Monday morning.  The news release was the announcement of an award given to the county. That news release follows: The excellent worker safety record complied by the Marshall County employees has earned for...
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Three Teens Injured in Sunday Night Crash on N. Michigan Road

September 17, 2012
Three Teens Injured in Sunday Night Crash on N. Michigan Road

09/18/12 Emergency responders from LaPaz, Polk Township and Plymouth responded to a bad crash Sunday evening just before 10 on Michigan Road just south of 3rd Road.   19 year old Katie Nelson of Walkerton was driving a red, 2001, Olds Alero north bound on Michigan Road, just south of 3rd Road when she...
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Weekend Arrests by City Police

September 17, 2012
Weekend Arrests by City Police

  09/18/12 Last Friday afternoon about 2:30 Plymouth Police were requested by Lowe’s Home Improvement Store on Pilgrim Lane in reference to a theft.  Officer Jordan Rans began an investigation that lead to the arrest of 31 year old Janet Minix of North Judson.  Minix was arrested and booked into the Marshall County Jail...
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Drainage Board Supports 319 Grant Application.

September 17, 2012
Drainage Board Supports 319 Grant Application.

  09/18/12  Langfeldt Excavating was the lower bidder on a Yellow River maintenance project that will remove brush from the river bank.  The Drainage Board approved their low bid of $12,500. The Drainage Board will sign a letter of commitment in support of a 319 grant application for Marshall County Soil & Water. Tyson...
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