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No Injuries in Crash at Hoham and Michigan

July 31, 2013
No Injuries in Crash at Hoham and Michigan

  08/01/13 Plymouth police and fire responded to the intersection of North Michigan Street and Hoham Drive Wednesday morning about 10:45 for a two vehicle accident.   Officer Ray West investigated the accident and learned that 33 year old Jessica Gearhart of Etna Green was north bound on Michigan Street in a 1993 Chevy...
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County Officer Bryant Makes Arrests

July 31, 2013
County Officer Bryant Makes Arrests

  08/01/13  On Wednesday, July 17th at approximately 8:23 PM Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of Game Stop.  The driver of the Oldsmobile, 18 year old Zachery Marek of Walkerton was found to be in possession of marijuana and operating a vehicle while under the...
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ITAMCO Purchases Plymouth Rock

July 31, 2013
ITAMCO Purchases Plymouth Rock

  08/01/13 Mark Neidig Jr. confirmed that ITAMCO has purchased the Plymouth Rock Golf Course.  He said, “At this point, we are not making any changes to the operations or course.”  Neidig explained that since it is mid season and they are new to the golf course business things will say about the same....
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Football Radio Auction this Friday

July 31, 2013

08/01/13 The 4th Annual Plymouth High School Football Radio Auction on WTCA is this Friday, August 2nd.  This relatively new fundraiser will begin at 9 a.m. and will end either at 3 or 3:30 depending on how many more items are received. Football mom and local business woman Tracy Peters is heading up this...
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We the People Host Discussion on “Common Core” Education

July 31, 2013
We the People Host Discussion on “Common Core” Education

  08/01/13 Joy Pullmann of The Heartland Institute will speak about the Common Core education standards on Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 pm at the Plymouth Public Library.  Common Core is a set of requirements for what elementary and secondary school children across the nation should know in each grade in math and English language arts. ...
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Russell and Lawrence take the spotlight at Heartland Artists Gallery

July 31, 2013
Russell and Lawrence take the spotlight at Heartland Artists Gallery

  08/01/13 Heartland Artists is proud to show the following artists work from Aug. 1st – Aug. 24th.  The Gallery will host an Open House the second Friday in August, August 9th from 5:30-8:30 where guests can meet the artist and see their works. The gallery also has regular gallery hours Tuesday – Saturday...
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IN Superintendent of Pulbic Instructions Speaks on Tony Bennett Allegations

July 31, 2013
IN Superintendent of Pulbic  Instructions Speaks on Tony Bennett Allegations

  08/01/13 Only one day after the Associated Press released information pointing the finger at how the IDOE (Indiana Department of Education) under former Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Bennett, allegedly manipulated scores for a charter school, current Superintendent Glenda Ritz released a statement on the matter. Ritz won her position after defeating Bennett’s...
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Donnelly Works to Cut Red Tape, Help Private Sector Create Jobs

July 31, 2013
Donnelly Works to Cut Red Tape, Help Private Sector Create Jobs

  08/01/13 Senator Joe Donnelly yesterday joined Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Claire McCaskill (D-OH) in introducing t Federal Permitting Improvement Act of 2013.  The bill, also supported by Senators John Barrasso (R-WY) and Mike Enzi (R-WY), would cut red tape to improve the permitting process for big infrastructure projects, helping private industry create...
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Prosecutor Uses New Tool in Fight Against Methamphetamine

July 30, 2013
Prosecutor Uses New Tool in Fight Against Methamphetamine

  07/31/13 The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office has taken advantage of a new tool in the fight against methamphetamine.  A new provision of the Indiana Code, which became effective July 1, prohibits those convicted of various methamphetamine manufacturing offenses from possessing pseudoephedrine without a prescription. Tuesday afternoon, Jamie Howell of Plymouth became the first...
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Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police

July 30, 2013
Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  07/31/13 On Monday, July 29th at approximately 3:00 PM Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman observed 40 year old Todd Kring of Plymouth walking near the intersection of Walnut and Jefferson Street.  Officer Workman, having knowledge of an active warrant through Marshall County for arrested Kring, made a stop on him.  Kring was arrested...
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