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DNR asks public help in finding Indiana’s largest trees

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April 11, 2014
DNR asks public help in finding Indiana’s largest trees

The Department of Natural Resources is accepting nominations for the 2015 Big Tree Register, a list of the largest known specimen of each native tree species in the state of Indiana. The register is published every five years.  Nominations will be accepted through October. The 2015 Big Tree Register nomination form is available at...
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Culver Ends Trickling Water

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April 11, 2014
Culver Ends Trickling Water

With the recent warming trend and the thawing of the ground the threat of frozen water mains no longer exist. Therefore, effective immediately, the Town of Culver is no longer asking citizens to trickle their water. For those accounts that had signed up with Town Hall, we ask that they remain patient as we...
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PHS Students Have Virtual Snow Make-up Day Saturday

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April 11, 2014
PHS Students Have Virtual Snow Make-up Day Saturday

Plymouth High School’s first virtual make-up day on Saturday, April 12 will be used to fulfill the state’s requirement that instruction must be offered for 180 days each school year, as well as used as a learning module to plan  future classes and programs. School administrators indicated that the virtual day will be a...
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ISP Investigation Leads to Warrant Arrest of Bobbie Toler

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April 10, 2014
ISP Investigation Leads to Warrant Arrest of Bobbie Toler

The Indiana State Police had been conducting an investigation into methamphetamine activity in the Plymouth area.  As a result of that investigation arrest warrants had been issued for Bobbie Toler out of Marshall County for manufacturing methamphetamines along with LaPorte County for possession of precursors.  Officers with the Indiana State Police went to her...
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Ancilla Hosting Free STEM Workshop for Young Women

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April 10, 2014
Ancilla Hosting Free STEM Workshop for Young Women

Too many young women think a career in science is only for young men in lab coats, or solitary programmers hunched over computer keyboards. Today, some of the coolest jobs around require a background in science, technology, engineering and math and women are being encouraged to take a new look at these fields. Young...
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ISP Warn Citizens of Meth Trash

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April 10, 2014
ISP Warn Citizens of Meth Trash

With spring weather coming people are taking advantage by walking, jogging and bike riding on our local roadways. The potential exists that some people may come across trash left behind by those who have manufactured methamphetamine (meth). The Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section wants to remind citizens that this trash may contain chemicals...
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Donkey Petting Zoo at Plymouth Trinity UMC

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April 10, 2014
Donkey Petting Zoo at Plymouth Trinity UMC

Palm Sunday will be celebrated a little differently this year at Plymouth Trinity United Methodist Church. The story of the donkey is going to be shared at their worship services on April 13. “Our church grounds will be turned into a petting zoo as a pair of miniature donkeys will be onsite and available...
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Wednesday Arrests by City Police Officers

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April 10, 2014
Wednesday Arrests by City Police Officers

04/11/14  On Wednesday, April 9th at 3:28 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested 26 year old Shannon N. Borem of Plymouth at the Plymouth Police Department after she was found to have an active warrant through Marshall County.  The warrant was for Theft and Welfare Fraud. Borem was transported to the Marshall County...
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WSOI Students Participate in World Food Prize Youth Institute at Purdue

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April 10, 2014
WSOI Students Participate in World Food Prize Youth Institute at Purdue

04/11/14 Weidner School Of Inquiry Sophomores; Jon Eberly, Grace Cupka and Haley Mills, and Agriculture Facilitator Jacob Riley left Thursday morning for the World Food Prize Youth Institute at Purdue University in West Lafayette. Jon, Grace, and Haley will be competing in the World Food Prize, which is similar to the Noble Peace Prize...
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Sheriff’s Dept. Announces Improved 9-1-1

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April 10, 2014
Sheriff’s Dept. Announces Improved 9-1-1

04/11/14 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department 9-1-1 Center is pleased to announce a new step forward in public safety dispatching. INdigital Telecom recently installed a new “text from 9-1-1” platform. The program, called TexTTY, allows dispatchers to initiate a text conversation with 9-1-1 callers who call from a cell phone and are unable to...
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