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County Officers Make Weekend Arrests

October 29, 2013
County Officers Make Weekend Arrests

    10/30/13  On Saturday, October 26th just before 4 p.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call from an employee at Dollar General in LaPaz in reference to a shoplifter.  Officer Joseph Giordano responded to the location and made contact with the employee.  Following a brief investigation it was determined that 29...
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Correction: SJRMC Launches Series of Community Education Sessions about Affordable Care Act

October 29, 2013
Correction: SJRMC Launches Series of Community Education Sessions about Affordable Care Act

  10/30/13 As you know, there are a lot of questions about the Affordable Care Act and the new Health Insurance Marketplace. At Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, they are committed to being a resource for our community. They are excited to kick off the first of 5 education sessions in Plymouth about health...
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Driver Arrested for No License

October 29, 2013
Driver Arrested for No License

  10/30/13  On Monday, October 28th at approximately 7:15 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Benjamin McIntyre initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Michigan and Monroe Streets on a vehicle for improper headlights.  During the investigation it was determined that the driver, 29 year old Diego P. Cervantes of Plymouth had never obtained a...
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The PHS Theatre Department Presents “The Princess and The Pea”

October 29, 2013

10/30/13 Come experience the magic of a prince on the quest of finding his true princess.  The Plymouth High School Theatre Department will take you on that journey as Prince Raven seeks to find a beautiful princess to marry but always seems to run into obstacles.  Meanwhile, the evil Witch Velda plans to take...
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M.C. Cancer Assoication Fundraiser for WSOI

October 29, 2013
M.C. Cancer Assoication Fundraiser for WSOI

  10/30/13 On Friday evening November 1st, from 5:30-7:00 the Bio-Art students of the Weidner School of Inquiry located inside Plymouth High School, will be hosting a Cancer Awareness benefit evening.    Students have prepared informational displays explaining twelve different types of cancers, there causes, as well as how they can be treated and prevented. ...
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Starke County Library Host Novelist and Screen Writer Amanda Barber

October 29, 2013
Starke County Library Host Novelist and Screen Writer Amanda Barber

  10/30/13 There was no one to tell young Amanda Barber how to start writing and publishing nor anyone to finance her work.  She was just a woman with a story in her heart and the desire to tell it. Growing up in a home infused with faith, music and literature it was only...
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Morrow Honored by Hospice for Military Service

October 29, 2013
Morrow Honored by Hospice for Military Service

  10/30/13 Plymouth Center for Hospice Care volunteer Ken McDermott made a special presentation to Fred Morrow of Miller’s Senior Living Community.   The Center for Hospice likes to honor their clients who have been in the military.  Morrow served in the United States Air Force from 1942 until 1946.  His training base was in...
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ISP Offers Halloween Safety Suggestions

October 29, 2013

10/30/13  Halloween is Thursday, October 31st and most of the communities in Marshall County will hold Trick-Or-Treating that evening. The Indiana State Police officials would like to remind parents to make sure that costumes are kept short to prevent trips and falls. Masks can make it difficult for a child to see so makeup...
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Sellers Family given 5 Burial Plots for Cemetery Issue

October 28, 2013
Sellers Family given 5 Burial Plots for Cemetery Issue

  10/29/13 Members of the Plymouth Common Council approved a settlement agreement and release with the Seller’s family concerning an issue at Oakhill Cemetery.  In 2007 Robert Sellers purchased eight burial plots in Oakhill Cemetery.  The family’s intent was to have the specific family members buried in specific plots. Robert and his daughters Kathy...
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Plymouth Man Held on $10,000 Bond for Battery

October 28, 2013

10/29/13  On Friday, October 25th at 11:51 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller responded to the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Room on Lake Avenue in reference to a battery that had occurred at the Mi Camino Restaurant.  After speaking with the victim and during the course of the investigation 32 year old...
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