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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Plymouth High School #15 within Indiana for 2015

May 12, 2015
U.S. News & World Report Ranks Plymouth High School #15 within Indiana for 2015

U.S. News & World Report Tuesday announced the 2015 Best High Schools rankings, highlighting top-performing public schools on both the state and national level. The 2015 rankings, available exclusively at usnews.com, include data on more than 21,150 public high schools. U.S. News differentiates high schools with gold, silver and bronze medals, using gold medals to indicate the greatest...
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Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works Meeting

May 12, 2015
Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works Meeting

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety covered a number of items during their meeting Monday evening.  They awarded the bid for a new heating and air conditioning unit for the old admin building at the Sewer Treatment Plant.  Peregrine Heating and Cooling had the low bid at $11,981. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson...
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Hammond Man Arrested in Centennial Park with Handguns

May 12, 2015
Hammond Man Arrested in Centennial Park with Handguns

A Hammond man was arrested Saturday in Centennial Park for multiple charges including possession on handguns. About 8 p.m. Saturday Plymouth Police Officer John Weir and his K9 Partner Jax were dispatched to the Kids Kingdom in the park to check on a male subject who appeared to be passed out in his vehicle. ...
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Weekend Arrests by City Police

May 11, 2015
Weekend Arrests by City Police

Plymouth Police Officer Matt Emenhiser conducted a traffic stop at Pilgrim Lane and Webster Avenue Friday afternoon about 4 and found the passenger in the vehicle, 23 year old Harley Shingledecker of Nappanee to have an active warrant for his arrest.  He was held in the Marshall County Jail on no bond. Sergeant Joe...
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Starke County Sheriff Announces Open House for New Justice Center

May 11, 2015

Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin is pleased to announce the Grand Opening and building dedication of the new Starke County Justice Center located at 5435 East State Road 8 in Knox. The building dedication and memorial garden ceremony will take place on Friday, May 22nd at 12 noon (CST) with a public open house...
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Collins Honored at CASA Volunteer of the Monday

May 11, 2015
Collins Honored at CASA Volunteer of the Monday

Haley Kittrell, Executive Director of CASA of Marshall County announced Geniene Collins as the May CASA Volunteer of the Month. Kittell said, “Geniene has had a case for a few years that has seen its ups and downs.  Along with that has come some frustrations and Geniene is a rock!”   She’s a voice of...
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Jason Kuhn Arrested by Starke County Police for Meth Lab

May 11, 2015
Jason Kuhn Arrested by Starke County Police for Meth Lab

On Sunday, May 10th about 10:45 the Starke County Sheriff’s Department received information of a male subject with a rifle in the woods.  The caller also said there was a strong chemical order emitting from the area. Officers located a burnt methamphetamine lab in the woods along with a bag of items used to...
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New Surface Produces More Competitive Racing

May 11, 2015
New Surface Produces More Competitive Racing

The second week of racing on new clay surface at Plymouth Speedway had heat and feature races going to the last lap to determine the winner. John Rhoads and Bob Bourff battled all throughout the Walmart Thunder Stock race – often times running side-by-side for the lead.  Rhoads was able to keep out front...
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Bremen P.D. Activity Report 5/1-5/7

May 11, 2015
Bremen P.D. Activity Report 5/1-5/7

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released this department’s activity report for the week of May 1st through the 7th. Bremen officers issued a total of 63 traffic warnings and 23 traffic citations.  They also investigated a minor personal injury crash at 419 West Plymouth Street on the first and a property damage accident in...
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State Senator Randy Head Discusses, Enacting a Balanced Budget

May 11, 2015
State Senator Randy Head Discusses, Enacting a Balanced Budget

While many important issues were debated during the 2015 legislative session, the state’s biennial budget was a primary focus the past four months at the Statehouse. The enacted budget is balanced and focused on funding Indiana’s most important needs, creating a strong foundation for our economic future. State Senator Randy Head recently highlighted a...
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