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Argos High School Bowling Team Results

January 9, 2012

01/10/12 Argos girls’ bowling team beat South Bend Adams 17-3 Wednesday night at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend. Game 1 Abby Cohagan 180 — high game Chelsea Bradley 59 Jina Ewing 146 Liz Hack 79 Jamie Ewing 177   Game 2 Abby Cohagan 156 — high game Brittani Brown 68 Jina Ewing 143 Liz...
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Toxicology Report on Richard Dennis

January 9, 2012
Toxicology Report on Richard Dennis

01/10/12 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released information Monday morning pertaining to the toxicology report for Richard Dennis, the 28 year old driver that was killed on 9th Road in Plymouth on January 3.  The report results were negative for any alcohol or drugs. The accident remains under investigation by the County Coroner’s Office...
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Rochester Couple Arrested for Illegal Drug Lab

January 9, 2012
Rochester Couple Arrested for Illegal Drug Lab

01/10/12  On Sunday, January 8th at 6:18pm, Officer Jesse Pippenger of the Plymouth Police Department made a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Western Avenue and Markley Drive.   It was discovered that the occupants of the vehicle, Phillip A. Robbins 22, of Rochester and Krystal Hine 25, of Rochester were in possession of...
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TCU Pledges $25K to PHS School of Inquiry

January 9, 2012
TCU Pledges $25K to PHS School of Inquiry

01/10/11 As the vision of a New Tech High School within Plymouth High School continues to become a reality, those involved are grateful for the interest and support from the community. The School of Inquiry will be up and running at the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year, according to Director Ken Olson. In...
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Arrests by City Police

January 9, 2012
Arrests by City Police

01/10/12  On Friday, January 6th at 10:17pm, Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive to a possible theft.  Upon arrival Dennis P. Bell 40, of Winamac was found to be shoplifting and was taken into custody.  Bell was also in possession of methamphetamines and paraphernalia.  He was transported to...
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First Day to File for 2012 Election is Wednesday

January 9, 2012
First Day to File for 2012 Election is Wednesday

01/10/11 The political season heats up this week with the first day to file for the 2012 election on Wednesday, January 11th.  The filing period continues until noon on February 10th.   County seats up for election include:  Judge of Superior Court I, County Treasurer, County Coroner, County Surveyor, Commissioner of District 2, Commissioner of...
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County Police Report

January 9, 2012
County Police Report

1/09/12 On Saturday, January 7th at 12:20am, Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Police Department made a traffic stop at the intersection of US 31 and 7B Road for an equipment violation.  Through the investigation it was determined that the driver, Lisa A. Haynes 22, of Niles, Michigan was operating the vehicle without...
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Secondhand Smoke’s Economic Impact a Staggering $1.3 Billion in Indiana

January 9, 2012
Secondhand Smoke’s Economic Impact a Staggering $1.3 Billion in Indiana

01/10/12 Secondhand smoke costs Indiana residents $1.3 billion yearly in health care and premature loss of life, according to a new study released today by researchers from the Bowen Research Center of the Indiana University School of Medicine. Based on deaths in 2008, the economic impact is nearly three times as much as the...
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Residents at Miller’s Enjoy Ceramics

January 9, 2012
Residents at Miller’s Enjoy Ceramics

01/10/12 Residents of Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth had their first experience with Mud Hut Ceramics on Saturday, January 7.  Activity Director April Cooper opened the craft event to the public and many family members and guests participated.  The group painted snowmen that could be set on a shelf or used as a Christmas...
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The War is NOT Over!

January 9, 2012
The War is NOT Over!

01/10/11 A couple days before the entry of the New Year, I watched the newly released movie “New Year’s Eve.” In both “NYE” scenarios, the celebrations were crazy and people were having a good time…just as they were last year, and the year before and long before that.  People love to celebrate and New...
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