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Entertainment at Yellow River Festival this Weekend

June 3, 2015
Entertainment at Yellow River Festival this Weekend

The 9th Annual Yellow River Festival takes place this weekend in River Park Square.  The festival is a celebration of the historical and ecological significance of the Yellow River to Marshall County. The event kicks off Saturday morning with the welcome by Teressa Welborn at 10 follow by the Marshall County Church Orchestra performing...
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Plymouth Emergency Department Addition Ready to Open

June 3, 2015
Plymouth Emergency Department Addition Ready to Open

Saint Joseph Health System is pleased to announce that Phase 1 of the Emergency Department expansion at Plymouth Medical Center is complete. The new Emergency Department will begin to see patients at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9. There will be no disruption in patient care as staff transitions to the new building. After the new addition...
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Plymouth Teen Arrested for Strangulation

June 2, 2015
Plymouth Teen Arrested for Strangulation

Sunday morning about 3:30 Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper conducted a stop and talk with two individuals outside Quick’s Lanes Bowl Alley on West Jefferson Street.  During his interaction with the subjects it was discovered that 20 year old Kayla Berry of Mishawaka was a minor consuming alcohol. The male subject, 18 year old...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest

June 2, 2015
Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest

A traffic stop Monday afternoon ends with a Plymouth woman being arrested.  City Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched to a possible impaired driver just after 4 p.m.  He located the suspect vehicle on Lincoln Highway west of Jefferson Street and found that the driver, 44 year old Jennifer Miller of Plymouth was driving on...
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Relay for Life of Marshall County this Weekend

June 2, 2015
Relay for Life of Marshall County this Weekend

Can you imagine an entire community coming together, working toward one goal?  The goal to end the fight against cancer, the goal of more birthdays, the goal to say we will no longer let cancer take us down! That is the goal for the 2015 Relay For Life of Marshall County! The 2015 Relay...
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Wisconsin Teen Arrested on Multiple Charges

June 2, 2015
Wisconsin Teen Arrested on Multiple Charges

Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer was dispatched to Centennial Park Monday afternoon about 4:30 for an intoxicated male subject.  She located 19 year old Cameron Krumenacher of Brookfield, WI.  He was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol, minor consumption, public intoxication and a felony charge of intimidation to a law enforcement officer. Krumenacher...
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Real Services to Host Healthy Living Workshops

June 2, 2015
Real Services to Host Healthy Living Workshops

Real Services in Marshall County is sponsoring an exciting new Healthy Living Workshop, designed for seniors age 55 and over.  This fun and interactive 3 session/90 minute workshop is designed to help participants gain understanding about issues impacting their health and safety as well as provide solutions and strategies. The workshops will be held...
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Ancilla expanding, offering Enrollment Days

June 2, 2015
Ancilla expanding, offering Enrollment Days

This summer Ancilla College is offering two Enrollment Days, designed to offer potential students a chance to come to campus for a lunch, tours, financial aid help and to take college placement tests if needed—all at no cost. Ancilla’s Enrollment Days begin at Noon June 19 or July 23 with lunch. If students have not taken an SAT...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

June 2, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

Triton High School celebrated another great year of school with their traditional “Trojan War” games. Students enjoyed special team recreational activities inside and outside at their school. Triton Elementary School Field day sponsored by 1st Source Bank and Ball Auction was an overwhelming success. A few raindrops would not stop our students and community...
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Commissioners Give Conditional Approval for Training Tower

June 2, 2015
Commissioners Give Conditional Approval for Training Tower

The possibility of a fire training tower for the Plymouth Fire Department is one step closer to a reality. Monday morning Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented a site proposal to the Marshall County Commissioners to locate the training facility on the jail property.  The site selected sits directly east of the employee parking...
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