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E. FAYE STONE – 80 – from Plymouth, formerly of Huntsville, AL

December 26, 2011
E. FAYE STONE – 80 – from Plymouth, formerly of Huntsville, AL

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Two Marshall County Schools Named 4-Star Schools

December 25, 2011
Two Marshall County Schools Named 4-Star Schools

12/26/11 Two Marshall County schools were named Four Star Schools for the 2010-2011 school year by the Indiana Department of Education. Webster Elementary in Plymouth and Bremen High School in Bremen had been notified of the award several weeks ago, but the public announcement was just released on December 21. Out of 1,780 public...
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Increased DUI Patrols Planned Through the New Year’s Holiday

December 25, 2011
Increased DUI Patrols Planned Through the New Year’s Holiday

12-26-11 Indiana law enforcement agencies are working to keep motorists safe this holiday season as police step up impaired driving patrols on Hoosier roadways this week. Members of Indiana’s 35 DUI Task Forces will conduct high-visibility enforcement activities such as saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints across the state through New Year’s Day. A total...
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Ancilla Softball Delivers Socks to Homeless

December 25, 2011
Ancilla Softball Delivers Socks to Homeless

12/26/11 Starting with their fall season in 2010, the Ancilla College softball team initiated a new service project. Instead of collecting admission at their games and scrimmages, they would accept a pair of new socks. The idea was the brainchild of Ingrid Reese, wife of Ancilla coach Scott Reese. “We were looking for something...
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Indiana Conservation Officers are not out of the woods yet

December 25, 2011
Indiana Conservation Officers are not out of the woods yet

12/26/11  With deer season winding down, Indiana conservation officers have been patrolling the rural landscape checking hunters and assisting landowners with various complaints. District One conservation officers serve the seven north-central counties of St. Joseph, Elkhart, Marshall, Kosciusko, Fulton, Miami, and Wabash. To date, there have been 489 separate hunting violations reported within District...
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Academies Quiz-Bowl Team Nationally Ranked

December 25, 2011
Academies Quiz-Bowl Team Nationally Ranked

12/26/11  Culver Academies Quiz-Bowl Team is still undefeated in conference play and nationally ranked for the first time this season at #53. On Wednesday, December 7, the Culver Academies Quiz-Bowl team swept five Tippecanoe Valley Conference opponents to improve their Conference Record on the season to 9-0 (34-8 overall). They now boast a commanding...
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67 Year Old Man Exposed Himself in Downtown Parking Lot

December 25, 2011
67 Year Old Man Exposed Himself in Downtown Parking Lot

12/26/11  On Wednesday, December 21st around 12:20 in the afternoon the Plymouth Police department responded to the Party Pack located south of the bridge in Downtown Plymouth in reference to a male subject that had exposed himself in the parking lot. Upon arrival Officer DeLee spoke with Kenneth H. Madsen 67, of Plymouth.   It...
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Argos School Maintenance Director Discusses Building Improvements

December 25, 2011
Argos School Maintenance Director Discusses Building Improvements

12/26/11  The Argos School Board was updated on the energy conservation efforts for the school building.  Brad Carter, Maintenance Director, told the Board, rooms 306 and 503A are finished with the installation of new HVAC equipment and the kindergarten rooms will be worked during the Christmas Break.  Carter said there are 25 rooms that may...
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DRY CHRISTMAS TREES ARE A FIRE HAZARD

December 25, 2011
DRY CHRISTMAS TREES ARE A FIRE HAZARD

12/26/11 Indiana Public safety officials are encouraging Hoosiers to promptly and safely dispose of live Christmas trees after the holidays. According to the Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office, even trees that have been well watered and cared for will eventually stop absorbing water and start to dry out. A good rule of thumb is...
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Lots of Entertainment at Miller’s Senior

December 25, 2011
Lots of Entertainment at Miller’s Senior

12/26/11 The month has been very busy at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  Cathy Leek provided just the respite needed when she performed a hammered dulcimer/guitar concert for the residents on Tuesday, December 21st.  Leek of Wanatah plays several different folk instruments including dulcimer, guitar and autoharp.  She also has a voice reminiscent...
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