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Jury Convicts Former CEO David Ferguson of Theft, Conspiracy and Corrupt Business Influence

March 11, 2016
Jury Convicts Former CEO David Ferguson of Theft, Conspiracy and Corrupt Business Influence

Thursday, a Marshall County jury found David Ferguson guilty on 13 of 14 counts after a three day trial. The jury found Ferguson guilty of charges of Corrupt Business Influence, Theft, Receiving Stolen Property and Conspiracy. Ferguson was the CEO of Stone Creek Homes, Inc. of Plymouth and concocted a scheme to take money...
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Jury Finds Former Stone Creek Home CEO David Ferguson Guilty on 13 Counts

March 11, 2016
Jury Finds Former Stone Creek Home CEO David Ferguson Guilty on 13 Counts

The jury in the criminal case against the former CEO, David Ferguson, of Stone Creek Homes, Inc. of Plymouth, IN and Central City, NE found Ferguson guilty on 13 of 14 counts against him following a three day trial. The trial began on Monday, March 8, continued through Wednesday, and ended with the jury’s...
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“Spring Forward” Daylight Savings Time Begins Sunday

March 11, 2016
“Spring Forward”  Daylight Savings Time Begins Sunday

One of the sure signs spring is just around the corner, it’s the start of Daylight Saving Time. This Sunday we ‘spring forward.’ Yes, you may lose an hour of sleep, but you do gain an hour of daylight. Since 2007, Daylight Saving Time begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on...
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Senator Mishler Comments on Completion of Legislative Session

March 10, 2016
Senator Mishler Comments on Completion of Legislative Session

State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) made the following state Thursday evening regarding the conclusion of the 2016 legislative session and the passage of several noteworthy bills. “This session, the Indiana General Assembly passed several important measures for the state of Indiana. Specifically, lawmakers have worked hard during this short session to address road funding and...
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Governor Pence Applauds Full Funding of Three Indiana Regional Development Plans

March 10, 2016
Governor Pence Applauds Full Funding of Three Indiana Regional Development Plans

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Mike Pence and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) applaud the Indiana General Assembly for approving full state match funding at $42 million each for three Indiana regional development plans – North Central, Northeast and Southwest – as part of the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative. “Since day one of this administration, we’ve...
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Love’s Travel Stops opens in Plymouth

March 10, 2016
Love’s Travel Stops opens in Plymouth

Customers traveling along U.S. Highway 30 have a new place to purchase fuel, snacks and more. The new Love’s Travel Stop opened Thursday in Plymouth. “We are thrilled to open our 16th Indiana location,” said Tom Love, founder and executive chairman of Love’s Travel Stops. “We look forward to serving our Customers with the ‘Clean...
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Man Charged with Stalking After Sending 775 Texts

March 10, 2016
Man Charged with Stalking After Sending 775 Texts

A Bremen man was arrested Wednesday on stalking charges after sending hundreds of text messages in violation of a protective order. Jason Wayne Craig, 48, of 3102 Sea Lane, Apt. 1, Bremen, was arrested at 11:28 a.m. Wednesday after police say he sent texts and phone calls in violation of a November restraining order...
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Victoria Styers, from Plymouth & Culver Academy Performed at Carnegie Hall

March 10, 2016
Victoria Styers, from Plymouth & Culver Academy Performed at Carnegie Hall

Four Culver Academies students made a “simply incredible” journey to New York City over the weekend to perform in Carnegie Hall as part of the Honors Performance Series. Three Culver choir members and one orchestra member spent five days preparing and rehearsing under the direction of their respective master conductors. Junior Victoria Styers (Plymouth,...
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Walking Bridge Improvements Discussed at Downtown Revitalization Meeting

March 10, 2016
Walking Bridge Improvements Discussed at Downtown Revitalization Meeting

During Wednesday’s meeting of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, Jack Davis, the newest member of the committee asked if there was any activity being looked at for the kayak launch instead of waiting until phase II of River Park Square. It was reported the Park Department has applied for a LARE grant from the DNR...
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Johnson Arrested for Meth

March 10, 2016
Johnson Arrested for Meth

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir arrested a Warsaw man Thursday morning about 8:30 following a traffic stop at the intersection of Michigan and Washington Streets. 23 year old Colt Anthony Johnson appeared to be very nervous when Officer Weir and his K9 partner Jax indicated the presence of narcotics.  During a search officers located...
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