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Chamber President Speaks of Past, Present and Future

June 5, 2011
Chamber President Speaks of Past, Present and Future

06/06/11  The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce is moving full force ahead after taking time to look at the nuts and bolts of their operation, according to board President Ryan Jessen. When the structure of the funding changed in 2009, long-time executive Director Doug Anspach left the position. Previously funding had come from the...
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Donate Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald Family Rooms

June 5, 2011
Donate Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald Family Rooms

06/06/11 The Plymouth Public Library has been collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in various areas in Indiana. This is the fifth year that they have been collecting, and they are very grateful to all the people that have brought in so many containers full of tabs! Ronald McDonald is coming...
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Church Orchestra to Perform in Bourbon

June 3, 2011
Church Orchestra to Perform in Bourbon

06/06/11  The Marshall County Church Orchestra will present this first concert of their 2011 “Concert in the Parks” series on Sunday, June 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bourbon Town Gazebo.  The orchestra is under the direction of Don Harness and is a multi-generational, inter-denominational group.  The orchestra will play a variety of inspirational,...
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5th Annual Indiana Fallen Officers Blood Drive

June 3, 2011
5th Annual Indiana Fallen Officers Blood Drive

06/06/11  On July 10, 2001, Sergeant Dan R. Starnes of the Morgan County Indiana Sheriff’s Department, lost his life as a result of gunshot wounds sustained during a line of duty gun battle with a burglary suspect four weeks earlier. To keep his memory alive his surviving spouse, Janice organized the Sergeant Dan R....
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Deputy Hafke Investigated 2 Burglaries

June 3, 2011
Deputy Hafke Investigated 2 Burglaries

06/06/11 Marshall County Police are investigating a Burglaries. Marshall County Police Deputy Rob Hafke responded to the 10,000 block of Hawthorn Road in reference to a Burglary that occurred between Saturday, May 28th around 3:30PM and Sunday, May 29th at 10:00AM. An unknown person or persons broke into and entered into Lot 5 at...
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Miller’s Offers Drawing Classes

June 3, 2011
Miller’s Offers Drawing Classes

06/06/11  Miller’s Senior Living Community will host Drawing Classes with Ed during the month of June.  Instructor for the class is retired Argos Community School art teacher, Ed Miller.  Miller enjoys all art forms but has a special love for drawing. Students taking his four week class will be introduced to different forms of...
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5 Arrested on Drug Charges – Investigation Continues

June 2, 2011
5 Arrested on Drug Charges – Investigation Continues

06/03/11  Indiana State Police are not saying too much about the drug bust on Redwood Road Thursday afternoon.    About noon on Thursday an officer from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department identified a person at a residence on Redwood Road who had an active warrant out for his arrest.  Prior to serving the warrant the...
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Plymouth Police Arrest Mitchell on 4 Warrants

June 2, 2011
Plymouth Police Arrest Mitchell on 4 Warrants

06/02/11 Mitchell arrested on four warrants. On Wednesday, June 1st around 6:30 A.M. Officer Jordan Rans of the Plymouth Police Department was requested at 920 Freeman Drive in reference to a verbal argument involving a possibly wanted subject. When officers arrived on scene they located Andy Mitchell 31 of Plymouth that was wanted out...
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Is Your Neighbor’s Grass Too Tall?

June 2, 2011
Is Your Neighbor’s Grass Too Tall?

06/03/11 How tall does the grass and weeds have to get before action is taken by the city? During last week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Code Enforcement Officer Keith Hammonds told members that he sent out 10 letters to various property owners around the city notifying them of a violation of...
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Riverside 6th Graders Honored with Visit from FBI

June 2, 2011
Riverside 6th Graders Honored with Visit from FBI

06/03/11  F.B.I. Special Agent Tim Theriault had the message of “Being Careful” as he commended sixth grade students at Riverside Intermediate School on their knowledge of how to be safe surfing the internet. “I tell students that they are safer sleeping in their homes with their doors unlocked then they are chatting with just anyone...
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