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Plymouth Alternative School Continues with Success

August 9, 2012
Plymouth Alternative School Continues with Success

  08/10/12 The Marshall County Alternative School, housed in the Service Center of the Plymouth Schools, continues to have successes year after year. Suzie Clevenger, who runs the program, presented her yearly report to the Plymouth School Board on August 7. Clevenger said during the three tri-mesters in the 2011-2012 school years enrollment was...
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Lake Max. Association & Sheriff’s Department Working Together

August 9, 2012
Lake Max. Association & Sheriff’s Department Working Together

  08/10/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department patrols Lake Maxinkuckee  for a second summer per an agreement with Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Marshall County Commissioners.  Deputies from the Sheriff’ Department man the boats.  Lake Patrol Officers who are law enforcement academy trained are deputized by Sheriff Chamberlin. In addition to having full law enforcement...
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Alcohol was Not a Factor in Lake Latonka Boating Fatality

August 9, 2012
Alcohol was Not a Factor in Lake Latonka Boating Fatality

 08/10/12 Marshall county coroner Bill Cleavenger said Thursday morning after referring with the Indiana Conservation Officers and the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office, that alcohol was not a factor in Sunday’s boating fatality on Lake Latonka in Plymouth. 61 year old Roger R. Martin of suburban Chicago was killed when he was run over by...
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M.C. Jail Passes IN DOC Inspection

August 9, 2012
M.C. Jail Passes IN DOC Inspection

  08/10/12 During the Commissioners meeting Monday Commissioner Greg Compton commented about the positive results of the Jail Inspection Report conducted by the Indiana Department of Corrections.  He noted the complements received for the handling of inmates and the professionalism and courtesy of the Sheriff’s employees. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said, “This is a clear...
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Bradley Jumps in Yellow River to Avoid Police

August 9, 2012
Bradley Jumps in Yellow River to Avoid Police

  08/09/12  On Saturday, August 4th at 4:19pm, the Plymouth Police Department received a theft report on a bike.   About an hour later Zachary R. Bradley 20, of Plymouth was seen riding the bike. Once Mr. Bradley was discovered by the police he hid the bike and ran.  He eventually jumped into the Yellow...
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Walkerton Town Park to Host M.C. Church Orchestra Concert Sunday

August 9, 2012
Walkerton Town Park to Host M.C. Church Orchestra Concert Sunday

  08/09/12 The Marshall County Church Orchestra will present its third concert of their Concert In the Park series at Walkerton Town Park on Sunday evening, August 12th at 6:00 p.m.  TheWalkertonTownPark is located south ofJohnGlennHigh School. The orchestra, led by Don Harness of Plymouth will begin their concert with the rousing “Canadian Shield...
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ACMC to Meet Satruday

August 9, 2012
ACMC to Meet Satruday

  08/10/12 The August meeting of Arts Council of Marshall County is this Saturday, August 11th at 10 at the Heartland Artist Gallery & Studio in downtown Plymouth. This is an important meeting as they are planning the second art show and sale that will be held in Jefferson Elementary School in Centennial Park...
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Van Vactor Injured in Motorcycle Crash

August 8, 2012
Van Vactor Injured in Motorcycle Crash

  08/09/12 A Plymouth man is listed in stable condition following a motorcycle crash early Wednesday morning. Marshall County Officer Nick Laffoon was on routine patrol Wednesday morning when he observed a motorcycle traveling west on Lincoln Highway just west of Rose Road at a very high rate of speed.  Officer Laffoon attempted to...
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Uceny Qualifies for Olympic1500 Final, Community Invited to PHS to View

August 8, 2012
Uceny Qualifies for Olympic1500 Final, Community Invited to PHS to View

  08/09/12 Coach Barron’s classroom at Plymouth High School was a noisy place Wednesday afternoon as administrators, staff, teachers and their families and retired teachers filled the class room to watch former PHS grad Morgan Uceny run in the London Olympics’ semi-finals of the 1500.   Morgan ran the first couple of laps in...
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Plymouth School Unanimously Approves Bus Maintenance with Wiers

August 8, 2012
Plymouth School Unanimously Approves Bus Maintenance with Wiers

  08/09/12 The Plymouth School Board voted unanimously on Tuesday night to proceed with a contract for bus maintenance with Wiers. Discussions have been ongoing for several months on the possibility of closing the bus garage currently manned by PCSC employees and utilizing the services of Wiers. Wiers will provide routine maintenance on the...
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