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Baltes Arrested for Battery

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October 31, 2014
Baltes Arrested for Battery

Tuesday morning about 12:45 officers from the Marshall County Police Department were dispatched to a fight in progress at 1426 Jute Road in Bremen. Arriving at the scene, officers made contact with an adult male who stated he had been battered by Larry W. Baltes. An investigation at the scene yielded probable cause that...
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PHS Student Council Volunteers at Neighborhood Center

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October 31, 2014
PHS Student Council Volunteers at Neighborhood Center

The @PHS_Wire Student Council volunteered to help out at the Marshall County Neighborhood Center in Plymouth earlier this week by stocking and distributing food to those in need in our community! The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is a food pantry. If you know someone who needs assistance with food contact the pantry at (574)...
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Plymouth School Board to Consider Balanced Calendar

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October 31, 2014
Plymouth School Board to Consider Balanced Calendar

The Plymouth School Board will meet for two meetings on Tuesday, November 4. At 6:30 P.M., they will hold a public hearing to accept public testimony concerning the contract for Superintendent Daniel Tyree. Following the hearing, at approximately 7:00 P.M., the Board will convene in a regular session. During the meeting, the Board is...
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Ancilla College and Local Businesses Team up for Student Internships

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October 31, 2014
Ancilla College and Local Businesses Team up for Student Internships

Ancilla College is offering students hands on training and real life experience internship opportunities with local businesses. Students will have the chance to go out and work in positions they are interested in to see if they like it. Ancilla College Professor Kristin Korcha says the college is taking the right steps to help...
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2014 Scarecrow Contest Winners Announced

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October 31, 2014
2014 Scarecrow Contest Winners Announced

The second annual Scarecrow Contest in Plymouth was a huge success. Sponsored by WTCA FM 106.1 and AM 1050 along with the Pilot News, there were more than 35 participants who used their creative powers to make some fantastic scarecrows. After a week of judging we are ready to announce the winners. 3rd place...
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Marshall County Jury Convicts Russell Prosser of Theft

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October 30, 2014
Marshall County Jury Convicts Russell Prosser of Theft

A Marshall County jury deliberated for over three hours on Wednesday, after which it found Russell Prosser guilty of one count of possession of stolen property, one count of resisting law enforcement, four counts of unauthorized entry of motor vehicles and four counts of theft of items found in those vehicles. After hearing two...
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Bourbon Police Arrest 3 for Marijuana

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October 30, 2014
Bourbon Police Arrest 3 for Marijuana

Saturday morning just before 1, Bourbon Police Officers stopped to help a stranded motorist at US 30 and US 31 and found a little more than that. The discovered the driver, 19 year old Nikwain Williams did not have a valid driver’s license or insurance on the vehicle. Bourbon Officer Geiger inventoried the vehicle...
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Bremen Man Arrested for PI and Disorderly Conduct

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October 30, 2014
Bremen Man Arrested for PI and Disorderly Conduct

On Wednesday, October 29 at 9:38 p.m. Bremen Police Officers were dispatched to a possible domestic dispute in the 100 block of West Plymouth Street in Bremen. Officers met with the complainant and suspect 42 year old Joel Trombley of Bremen. After a brief investigation Trombley was incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail on...
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Washington Discovery Academy Pumpkin Drop

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October 30, 2014
Washington Discovery Academy Pumpkin Drop

Fourth grade students at Washington Discovery Academy conducted their annual 2nd Pumpkin Drop Thursday morning, part of the SLED (Science leaning through engineering design) program. Teams of students were challenged to pack a 5 to 6 pound pumpkin in a cardboard box with packing materials of their choice and then dropping the container from...
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Plymouth City Council Takes Action on Requests

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October 30, 2014
Plymouth City Council Takes Action on Requests

This week members of the Plymouth City Council approved two requests from residents and tabled action of the third for further review. Linda Clevenger was granted approval to tie red ribbons on the light poles in the city’s downtown area as part of a drug awareness campaign. The council stipulated that she be responsible...
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