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Upcoming Congresswoman Walorski Staff Office Hours

January 26, 2015
Upcoming Congresswoman Walorski Staff Office Hours

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminded constituents that a member of her staff will be holding office hours in Plymouth to assist constituents with casework and official business.  The staff member will be in the Council Chambers of City Hall on Wednesday, January 28th from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Constituents are asked to enter...
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Starke County Probation Home Visit Results in Locating an Inactive One Pot Meth Lab

January 26, 2015
Starke County Probation Home Visit Results in Locating an Inactive One Pot Meth Lab

On Friday, January 23rd detectives from the Starke County Sheriff’s Office, Knox City Police and K-9 Terror assisted probation officers in a search of a residence located in the 100 East block of North East Street in Knox. During the search an inactive one pot methamphetamine lab, HCL generator, methamphetamine, marijuana and paraphernalia were...
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Third Annual Club Fair at CUTPL Was a Success!

January 26, 2015
Third Annual Club Fair at CUTPL Was a Success!

On Saturday, January 17, the Culver-Union Township Public Library held their third annual Club Fair. Local clubs, organizations, or groups were invited to come to the library free of charge to set up an informational table and promote their cause.  Jennifer Luttrell, Culver Tri Kappa President, told Reference/Adult Services Manager and Club Fair organizer,...
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Triton High School Warns Students of their Digital Footprint in light of PHS Sexting Incident

January 26, 2015
Triton High School Warns Students of their Digital Footprint in light of PHS Sexting Incident

Due to the alleged “sexting” incident at Plymouth High School last week Triton High School sent a message out to all of their students Monday morning. The message follows: “I would like to point out to everyone the situation that occurred at Plymouth High School last week. Some students at Plymouth High School are...
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Charles H. Schafer – 90 – from Bremen

January 26, 2015
Charles H. Schafer – 90 – from Bremen

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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SB Bill 352 Clears the Indiana State Senate with 46 Votes

January 26, 2015
SB Bill 352 Clears the Indiana State Senate with 46 Votes

The battle may be only halfway over, but adult adoptees from Indiana already feel they have won a very important victory.  Last week, the Indiana State Legislature voted 46 to 3 in favor of a proposed bill, SB352, which when passed would give adult adoptees from Indiana’s “closed records” period access to birth records...
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Judge Bowen Issued Warrant of Lane Dodson

January 25, 2015
Judge Bowen Issued Warrant of Lane Dodson

On January 14th Marshall Superior Court I Judge, Robert Bowen charged Lane Dodson with Intimidation with a Deadly Weapon, a Level 5 felony and two counts of Domestic Battery as Class A misdemeanors on two different dates.  The victim is the same person for all three counts. The Probable Cause Affidavit states that on...
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Plymouth Community Schools Addresses High School “Sexting” Concerns

January 25, 2015
Plymouth Community Schools Addresses High School “Sexting” Concerns

Some students at Plymouth High School are learning about the dangers of “sexting” first hand after explicit photos of students were circulated through the student body via text message. Plymouth Community Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree said administrators learned of the explicit images Thursday morning from concerned students who had received them on their phones....
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2 Arrested in Culver on Drug Charges

January 25, 2015
2 Arrested in Culver on Drug Charges

Two people were arrested on drug-related charges after police cars converged on Lake Shore Drive in Culver Wednesday afternoon. According to Culver Town Marshal Wayne Bean, a call came in at 12:48 p.m. on Wednesday, January 21 of two males acting suspiciously in Culver’s CVS Pharmacy on Ohio Street. One subject was wearing a...
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Mayor Urges Citizens to Purchase 2014 Dog Tags

January 25, 2015
Mayor Urges Citizens to Purchase 2014 Dog Tags

Mayor Mark Senter said, “Plymouth tries its best to regulate and monitor pets and animals throughout the city.  Sometimes, we have dog barking complaints or dogs running loose that the Plymouth Police Department has to deal with.” He wants to remind citizens of the city’s ordinance requiring the annual purchase of dog tags. Senter...
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