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Bremen Police Reports for 10/3 – 10/9/2014

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October 12, 2014
Bremen Police Reports for 10/3 – 10/9/2014

The Bremen Police Department released the activity report for October 3rd through October 9th. The Bremen Police Department issued a total of 9 traffic citation, 27 traffic warnings and a total of 5 town ordinance violations. Bremen officers investigate three crashes during the time period…at US 6 West and 106 West Junction, Plymouth and...
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Flynn Arrested on Drug Charges

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October 12, 2014
Flynn Arrested on Drug Charges

On Thursday, October 9th at 12:34 a.m. Bourbon Police Officer Matthew Cottrill and Reserve Officer Dour Nordmann conducted a traffic stop at US 30 and Elm Road. During the investigation the officers discovered that 30 year old Kameron Flynn of Lakeville was in possession 36 grams of marijuana and 6 different controlled substances. Flynn...
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Update on Matt Pickut, Former Asst. Pastor at United Methodist

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October 12, 2014
Update on Matt Pickut, Former Asst. Pastor at United Methodist

Former Plymouth Assistant United Methodist Pastor, Matt Pickut, continues to show the kind of determination that he is well known for encouraging in others. In February of 2012, Pickut suffered an anoxic brain injury. According to his wife, Barbie, Matt had a strep infection that became septic, causing septic shock. The shock caused his...
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PHS to Move from Trimesters Back to Semesters

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October 10, 2014
PHS to Move from Trimesters Back to Semesters

The Plymouth School Board had a few questions on a proposal plan presented by Plymouth High School Principal, Jim Condon, to convert back to a semester system at the school. Condon explained the reasoning behind the proposed switch from the current trimester system to a semester system at the Board meeting on October 7....
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Bremen Police Arrest 2 from Mishawaka for Drugs

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October 10, 2014
Bremen Police Arrest 2 from Mishawaka for Drugs

On Thursday, October 9 at 12:48 a.m. Bremen police officers made a traffic stop at State Road 331 and A Road. During the traffic stop officers suspected there were drugs in the vehicle. The Bremen Police K-9 was called to the scene and located the drugs. The suspects 20 year old Curlean Williams and...
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Life Jackets are Not Just for Summer

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October 10, 2014
Life Jackets are Not Just for Summer

As the weather cools, wearing an overcoat becomes a nearly automatic equipment choice for enjoying the outdoors. At the same time, many people recreating around water seem to forget about wearing another, more vital type of jacket—a life jacket. That’s a mistake that can be life threatening during a season when many enjoy kayaking...
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Pint Size Heros at Washington Discovery Academy

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October 10, 2014
Pint Size Heros at Washington Discovery Academy

If you have questions about the body’s skeletal or circulatory systems, Washington Discovery Academy first graders could have the answers. Four first graders from the school shared some of the things they have been learning with the Plymouth School Board on October 7 and then challenged the Board and audience members to give blood...
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Indiana lauded for IN.gov website and app

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October 10, 2014
Indiana lauded for IN.gov website and app

  INDIANAPOLIS – The State of Indiana’s website, www.IN.gov, and the companion IN.gov app has been awarded as one of the top websites in the nation by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government (CDG). Launched in May, the new IN.gov site and its IN.gov apps place an emphasis on mobile users and allows for a...
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2014 Outstanding Historical Organization Award

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October 9, 2014
2014 Outstanding Historical Organization Award

The Marshall County Museum staff is proud to announce that the Marshall County Historical Society has been chosen for the 2014 Outstanding Historical Organization Award. Executive Director Linda Rippy, Historical Society President Mike Miley, and others will be traveling to the Founders Day Dinner at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center in...
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Plymouth Schools Seek Input from Parents on 3-Hour Delay

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October 9, 2014
Plymouth Schools Seek Input from Parents on 3-Hour Delay

Balancing the need for students to be in school, adhering to the state mandates for the number of days schools must be in session, and safeguarding students, parents and staff, while at the same time, trying to second guess the weather is a tall order for school superintendents. During a meeting on October 7,...
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