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PHS Academic Hall of Fame Ceremony

May 18, 2014
PHS Academic Hall of Fame Ceremony

  Twelve graduating seniors from Plymouth High School Class of 2014 were inducted in the Academic Hall of Fame on May 18. The Academic Hall of Fame was first established in 1986, under the direction of former Principal Larry Pinkerton.   Speaking of the new inductees, Current Principal James Condon said, “When they were...
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City Police Warn of Springtime Scam

May 18, 2014
City Police Warn of Springtime Scam

05/19/14 Plymouth Police are warning citizens of a common springtime scam.  Assistant Police Chief Mark Owen and the police department would like to warn homeowners of possible home improvement scams.  Owen said, “This is the time of year when less-than-reputable or unqualified contactors may contact you.”  It’s not your lucky day when alleged contractors...
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Marshall County “Burger Wars” Voting Continues

May 18, 2014
Marshall County “Burger Wars” Voting Continues

 05/19/14 March Madness may be over, but bracket fever continues in Marshall County with the launch of a Burger Wars Bracket to find the best place to get a burger in the county as voted on by customers. Eight Marshall County restaurants have been selected to be voted for round by round to find...
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Tuesday is next deadline to sign-up for state’s Do Not Call registry

May 18, 2014
Tuesday is next deadline to sign-up for state’s Do Not Call registry

05/19/14 INDIANAPOLIS – If you own a phone chances are you have received a call from an automated voice asking you to press “1” for a service you don’t want or need. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said while these calls are annoying there’s good news for Hoosiers. New complaint data reveals the number...
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SODs Amaze, Exciting Features Round out Earl Gaerte Classic at Plymouth Speedway

May 18, 2014
SODs Amaze, Exciting Features Round out Earl Gaerte Classic at Plymouth Speedway

  The Sprints on Dirt always impress when they come to Plymouth Speedway and the drivers put on a show for the fans Saturday night for the annual Earl Gaerte Classic. Randy Hannagan fought his way to the front by the halfway point but it wasn’t easy for him to get past Dennis Yoakam...
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PATRICIA A. BLOUNT – 72 – from LaPaz

May 18, 2014
PATRICIA A. BLOUNT – 72 – from LaPaz

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Plymouth golfers split

May 17, 2014

After rain pushed Wednesday’s NLC match at Plymouth Country Club between Plymouth, Northridge, and Concord to Friday, rain threatened yet again.  This time however the moisture wasn’t enough to postpone only challenge the psyche.  As chilly as the temps were for spectators the competition was just as hot.  Northridge 154, Plymouth 158, Concord 163....
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Walorski Statement on Resignation of Department of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary for Health Robert Petzel

May 17, 2014
Walorski Statement on Resignation of Department of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary for Health Robert Petzel

05/19/14 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement after the Under Secretary for Health at the Department of Veterans Affairs Robert Petzel announced his resignation this afternoon: “On Monday, I sent a letter to President Obama, along with 15 of my House colleagues, requesting he uphold accountability at the VA...
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Donnelly, Coats Give Update on U.S. District Court Opening Process

May 16, 2014
Donnelly, Coats Give Update on U.S. District Court Opening Process

05/19/14 Washington, D.C. – Senators Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats today gave an update regarding the process for filling the upcoming vacancy on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.  Earlier this year, Judge Sarah Evans Barker announced her intention to take senior status effective June 30, 2014.  Donnelly said, “I...
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Week Focuses on Stopping Spread of Ash Tree Killer

May 16, 2014
Week Focuses on Stopping Spread of Ash Tree Killer

05/19/14 Indiana has almost 150 million ash trees, and they are dying by the thousands, costing Hoosiers millions and marring the landscape. The killer is tiny, elusive and resilient. The emerald ash borer beetle, EAB for short, can fly, but not far. Its rapid spread is caused by humans moving the firewood in which...
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