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Habits Discussed at Ancilla College Coffee & a Book

March 8, 2014
Habits Discussed at Ancilla College Coffee & a Book

  03/10/14 DONALDSON – Amanda Petrucelli, Assistant to the Dean  at Ancilla College, discussed The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg Tuesday, March 4 at Earthworks Market. In her presentation, Petrucelli discussed Duhigg’s ideas on how we form habits in our personal lives, our...
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$2 million win turns normal day into “unforgettable moment”

March 8, 2014
$2 million win turns normal day into “unforgettable moment”

  INDIANAPOLIS - For Buffy Calvert of Kempton, March 5  started out like any other day - but turned into one she will never forget. When Calvert woke up Wednesday morning and started running errands she never expected to find herself holding an oversized check for $2 million at Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis.   The Tipton County woman’s normal day took a turn when...
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Navy Seaman Howard Completes Basic

March 7, 2014

Navy Seaman Recruit Anthony J. Howard, son of Anthony W. and Helena M. Howard of Argos, Ind., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.     During the eight-week program, Howard completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting,...
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Spring Forward Sunday Morning for Daylight Savings Time

March 7, 2014
Spring Forward Sunday Morning for Daylight Savings Time

  03/07/14 Every year, it’s the same range of emotions — dismay at losing an hour of sleep on the weekend, then joy once you realize you’ll be seeing daylight more and more often. Yes, daylight saving time is almost upon us and after this rough winter, it will be both appreciated and anticipated....
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Plymouth Community School Corporation will make up the remaining 5 days of school as follows:

March 6, 2014
Plymouth Community School Corporation will make up the remaining 5 days of school as follows:

  Grades K -8 Students (5 days to make up) April 18, 2014 – Good Friday – 1 day June 3rd, 4th, and 5th – 3 days Adding a half hour to the remaining 12 Fridays – beginning March 7th – 1 day   Grades 9-12 Students (5 days to make up) April 12,...
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Chitwood Arrested for Battery

March 6, 2014

03/07/14  On Monday, March 7th Plymouth Police Officer Shelley Cleveland responded to the 900 block of South Michigan Street in reference to a battery.  Arriving at the residence Officer Cleveland located and arrested 23 year old Clayton T. Chitwood who resided at the location.  It was alleged that Mr. Chitwood had struck his roommate. ...
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Indiana Lawmakers Working to make Adoption Affordable

March 6, 2014
Indiana Lawmakers Working to make Adoption Affordable

  03/07/14 Indiana State Senator Randy Head recently said, “All children deserve a safe, loving and permanent home.” This legislative session, lawmakers are working with Governor Mike Pence to achieve this goal by making adoption more affordable for Hoosier families. The Indiana Senate and House of Representatives are currently considering House Bill 1222, which...
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Plymouth School Board Approves 2014-1015 School Calendar

March 6, 2014
Plymouth School Board Approves 2014-1015 School Calendar

  03/07/14 During a meeting on March 4, the Plymouth School Board officially adopted the school calendar for the school year 2014-2015. The first student day is set for August 13. The adopted calendar contains days off for staff development; August 29, November 7, and January 30.  Vacation days include; Labor Day (September 1),...
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Meth Lab Left in Motel Room Blueberry Weekend Nets a 15 Year Prison Sentence

March 6, 2014
Meth Lab Left in Motel Room Blueberry Weekend Nets a 15 Year Prison Sentence

  David Garman, 35, of Knox, IN was sentenced Thursday, March 6, in Marshall Superior Court 1 to 15 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine, a Class B felony.  In open court, Garman admitted he manufactured methamphetamine in a room at the Super 8 Motel on Oak Drive in Plymouth.  He was given a room...
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Howard Sentenced to 12 years for Dealing in Methamphetamine

March 6, 2014
Howard Sentenced to 12 years for Dealing in Methamphetamine

  Mark Howard, 30, of rural Argos was sentenced Thursday, March 6, in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 12 years imprisonment for his role in selling  methamphetamine to an undercover informant.    Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman and defense attorney Joseph V. Simanski,...
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