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September Unemployment Rates for Indiana

October 27, 2014
September Unemployment Rates for Indiana

The Hoosier State grew nearly 6,000 manufacturing jobs in September, a 1.2 percent growth over the month, which constituted one of the largest one-month increases in a decade and ranked as one of the largest in the nation. Over the past year, Indiana has consistently led the nation in manufacturing growth with an increase...
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Bill Hunt shares life as Physician Assistant in autobiography

October 27, 2014
Bill Hunt shares life as Physician Assistant in autobiography

Donaldson-Forty some years ago, author Bill Hunt was a young, newly promoted, US Army Staff Sergeant who returned from a tour in far off Southeast Asia. He signed on the waiting list for an assignment to the, US Army Recruiters School in Indiana. He then applied as a Physician Assistant (P.A.). At one point...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center – Hosting Free Injury Clinic

October 27, 2014
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center – Hosting Free Injury Clinic

Starting on November 3, 2014, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth will be hosting free injury clinics from 3-5 p.m. for student athletes. This clinic will be staffed by a certified Athletic Trainer and is intended to provide athletes with a basic injury screening and appropriate follow-up recommendations. Any student-athlete may attend. This...
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Plymouth up for 16 Spirit of Year Award

October 27, 2014
Plymouth up for 16 Spirit of Year Award

Rockie fans are put to the challenge this week as they will compete for the WNDU 16 Spirit Award of the Year. Other contenders are Edwardsburg, Lakeshore, Marian, and New Prairie. Rockie fans need to log on to http://www.wndu.com/spiritawards and vote for Plymouth. As the Plymouth Rockies advance in sectional football action this week...
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City Meetings Monday

October 26, 2014
City Meetings Monday

The City of Plymouth will host their regular meetings beginning at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The Board of Public Works and Safety will open qualifications from companies interested in completing the EPA Brownfield Assessment Project for the City of Plymouth, Marshall County and Bourbon. City Engineer Rick Gaul will...
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One Airlifted after 3 Vehicle Crash

October 26, 2014
One Airlifted after 3 Vehicle Crash

Thursday evening Marshall County Police responded to a three vehicle accident at 9:52 on 9th Road west of Sycamore Road. County Officer Rob Hafke was the investigation officer and reported that 26 year old Brittany Orr of Grovertown was east bound on 9th Road in a 2007 Chrysler. She was being followed by a...
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Knox Female Arrested for Battery

October 26, 2014
Knox Female Arrested for Battery

On Thursday afternoon, October 23rd at approximately 2:30 p.m. Marshall County Police officers Jonathan Bryant and Phil Beam responded to a domestic disturbance in the 11,000 block of Redwood Road. During the course of the investigation it was discovered the male half of the disturbance had sustained injury from an altercation with Kirsten Lawmaster....
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Phillips Arrested for Battery to Pregnant Waman & Child

October 26, 2014
Phillips Arrested for Battery to Pregnant Waman & Child

On Wednesday, October 22nd, at approximately 10:15 p.m. officers with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to the 13,000 block of State Road 17 in reference to a domestic violence situation where a pregnant female was allegedly battered. County police officers Bryant, McFarland and Sergeant Beam investigated the complaint and located the female...
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Dine Out for United Way and FEED Community Programs

October 26, 2014
Dine Out for United Way and FEED Community Programs

Diners across the county are enjoying a great meal and feeding programs supported by United Way that help strengthen our community. Twelve restaurants in Marshall County are participating in Dine Out for United Way. Each has pledged a percentage of their sales on selected dates to go to this year’s United Way campaign. The...
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Sight lines a concern for Plan Commission

October 26, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Members of the Plymouth Plan Commission were asked to protect lake views with a set back amendment by property owners at Pretty Lake. Members of the Property Owners Association of the lake community came before the Commission to ask them to consider amending set backs for new structures around the lake to...
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