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McNeal Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison

December 16, 2012
McNeal Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison

    12/17/12 On February 13, of this year, Anthony W. McNeal of LaPaz was charged with Neglect of a Dependent, a Class B felony, Criminal Recklessness, a Class D felony, and Operating A Vehicle While Intoxicated causing serious bodily injury to another person, a Class D felony.  It was alleged then that McNeal...
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Plymouth Schools Experience Flu

December 16, 2012
Plymouth Schools Experience Flu

  12/17/12 Plymouth and Indiana in general have escaped the wide spread flu outbreaks that neighboring states of Ohio and Kentucky are experiencing; but reportedly, flu-like symptoms have led to at least two sports events being canceled. According to Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon, a wrestling match scheduled for December 6 was postponed...
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12-12-12: THE LAST ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DATE OF THIS CENTURY MARKS RECORD SETTING DAY FOR MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

December 16, 2012
12-12-12: THE LAST ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DATE OF THIS CENTURY MARKS RECORD SETTING DAY FOR MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

  12/17/12 Some believe the last sequential date of this century, 12-12-12, may be the luckiest day of our lifetime. Others say it’s associated with enjoyment, creative expressions, emotions, rejuvenation and rebirth. By all counts, it was destined to be a meaningful day for Marshall County communities. And some would say, it may well...
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Semi – Farm Tractor Accident Sends 1 to Hospital

December 16, 2012
Semi – Farm Tractor Accident Sends 1 to Hospital

  12/17/12 On Friday, December 14th Officer Kerry Brouyette with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department released details of a two vehicle accident at US 30 and King Road involving a 1974 International Farm Tractor and a 2011 Volvo semi.  The accident happened on Thursday, December 6th about 5:45 in the evening. The crash was...
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Wanted: Senate Pages

December 16, 2012
Wanted: Senate Pages

  12/17/12 The Senate began accepting page requests on Dec. 10 for the upcoming legislative session, which runs from Jan. 7 to April 29. The page program gives students in grades six through 12 the opportunity to learn about state government firsthand by participating in the legislative process for a day. Interested students should...
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WALORSKI APPOINTED TO VETERANS’ AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

December 16, 2012
WALORSKI APPOINTED TO VETERANS’ AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

 12/17/12 Representative-Elect Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced her appointment to the Veterans’ Affair Committee for the 113th Congress, the second committee appointment for the Freshman Member-elect released this week. “As the daughter of an Air Force Veteran, I am honored to serve on the Veterans’ Affairs Committee to continue advocating for Hoosier veterans,” said Walorski....
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New Officers for Mayor’s Youth Council

December 16, 2012
New Officers for Mayor’s Youth Council

  12/17/12 Recently the Plymouth Mayor’s Youth Council elected new officers for 2013: President is Karly Gruett.  Karly is a freshman who goes to Plymouth High School.  She has been in Mayor’s Youth Council for two years, plays three instruments and is a gymnast Vice President is Curtis Smith.  Curtis is also a freshman...
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Santa at the Conservation Club House Saturday

December 13, 2012
Santa at the Conservation Club House Saturday

  12/14/12 The Plymouth Park Department is inviting the community to enjoy an afternoon with Santa at the Conservation Clubhouse. Christmas in the park is this Saturday, December 15th from 2 till 4 p.m. Bring the kids to meet Santa, enjoy some hot chocolate and tasty cookies, take a carriage ride and listen to...
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City Police Arrest 2 on Drug Charges

December 13, 2012
City Police Arrest 2 on Drug Charges

12/14/12  On Tuesday, December 12 at 11:30 PM Officer Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop  at Oak Road and Harrison Street on 31 year old , Carissa L. Meisner of Lakeville.   During the investigation of the traffic stop Carissa Meisner was taken into custody for Operating a Vehicle while...
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Winamac Man Arrested on Violation of Operating as Habitul Traffic Violator

December 13, 2012
Winamac Man Arrested on Violation of Operating as Habitul Traffic Violator

  12/14/12  On Monday, December 10th at approximately 3:02 PM Sergeant Neal Wallace with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was northbound on Pioneer Drive at US 30 when he observed a passenger car disregard the automatic signal and traveled through the intersection.  A traffic stop was initiated on 29 year old Jonathan Adriano of...
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