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Culver Academies Instructor honored for service to Regiment, Nation

January 11, 2012
Culver Academies Instructor honored for service to Regiment, Nation

01/12/12 The famed 506th Airborne Infantry Regiment (the “Currahees”) of the 101st Airborne Division today honored a local educator for his service to the Regiment.  In ceremonies at Fort Campbell, Major(Ret) John T. Duckett, III of Plymouth was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Regiment. The DMOR designation is awarded to past and...
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Dr. Cadwell Discusses Sleep Issues with Plymouth Parents

January 11, 2012
Dr. Cadwell Discusses Sleep Issues with Plymouth Parents

01/12/12 Dr. Carrie Cadwell of Cadwell Psychological Service, LLC held the first in a series of informational presentations for parents of Plymouth Schools students and other community members on January 10. The meeting was held at Menominee Elementary. Cadwell said, “I come to this tonight as a parent and a psychologist.” Cadwell spoke on...
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DNR Officers Arrest Deer Hunters

January 11, 2012
DNR Officers Arrest Deer Hunters

01/12/12 Indiana Conservation Officer Dustin Whitehead recently culminated a week long investigation on reports of a pair of teens who had shot numerous illegal deer this season.    An aware Oxbow Park Ranger on Christmas night first noticed the suspicious activity and then an Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department deputy gathered more information on the two...
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Winter Storm Watch

January 11, 2012
Winter Storm Watch

01/12/12 The Marshall County Emergency Management Office released the following weather warning Wednesday afternoon: National Weather Service has issued a **Winter Storm Watch** which is in effect from Thursday afternoon through Friday evening. Lake effect snow showers are expected to form late Thursday afternoon and persist through Friday evening. Portions of Northern Indiana, generally...
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Small Business Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Right-to-Work

January 11, 2012
Small Business Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Right-to-Work

01/12/12 Lawmakers currently debating whether to make Indiana a Right-to-Work should know that support for the legislation is nearly universal among small business owners, according to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). “We’ve never had a response like this to any issue,” said NFIB State Director Barbara Quandt.  “The vast...
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Elevators in County Building Down, Assistance Available for those who can’t use Stairs

January 10, 2012
Elevators in County Building Down, Assistance Available for those who can’t use Stairs

01/11/12 Problems with the elevators at the Marshall County Building were “a worst case scenario” according Director of Building and Grounds Rich Ulrich during the County Council meeting Monday.  The worst case, neither of the elevators were working causing employees and patrons to climb the stairs if their business took them to a second...
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Plymouth BZA Approves Variance at 1800 Jim Neu Dr.

January 10, 2012
Plymouth BZA Approves Variance at 1800 Jim Neu Dr.

01/11/12 Members of the Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals met last week for their re-organizational meetings. The Plan Commission motioned to keep the same officers as 2010 with Doug Feece as President, Sally Greenlee as Vice President and Fred Webster as Secretary.  They will keep their same meeting date and time...
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County Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Bottle Stop in LaPaz

January 10, 2012
County Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Bottle Stop in LaPaz

01/11/12  On Monday, January 9th around 9:00pm, the Marshall County Police Department received a call from the Bottle Stop Liquor Store located at 105 North Michigan Street in LaPaz reporting that they were just robbed. An unknown assailant armed with a knife entered the store and demanded cash from the register.  The employee was...
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December Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

January 10, 2012
December Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

01/11/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was a busy place in December.  There were 147 jail bookings last month.  The top ten offenses were 10. Public Intoxication,  9. Possession of a controlled substance, 8. Battery, 7. Cocaine or Meth, 6. Criminal Trespass, 5. Civil, 4. Marijuana, 3. Theft, 2. Failure to Appear and the...
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Burglary at Stone Creek Homes Cost Them $35,000

January 10, 2012
Burglary at Stone Creek Homes Cost Them $35,000

01/11/12 Dave Ferguson, CEO of Stone Creek Homes in Plymouth is seeking the public’s assistance in solving a crime.  In a press release it states: Over the Thanksgiving holiday, a break-in at Stone Creek Homes cost them over $35,000.  Among those think taken were rolls of wiring, tooling, and air compressors.  Although the company...
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