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Miss Yellowstone, Markee Farler Seeks Sponsorships

October 23, 2014
Miss Yellowstone, Markee Farler Seeks Sponsorships

Markee Farler is the 2014 Miss Yellowstone Queen and is looking for sponsors to take her to the next step.In a letter sent to potential sponsors, Farler tells them, “I am a graduate of Plymouth High School where I was on the Cheer Squad for 4 years. I participated in theater for 4 years...
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County Bridge Inspections Underway

October 22, 2014
County Bridge Inspections Underway

During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting, Laurie Baker, County Highway Administrative Manager said the annual bridge inspections were started by USI. his year the county must complete a phase one inspection which is not as in-depth as the phase two. There are approximately 120 bridges in the county that will be visually inspected and photographed...
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“Joining Forces for the Cause”

October 22, 2014
“Joining Forces for the Cause”

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Plymouth Police Department joined forces to demonstrate each of their department’s unified support for breast cancer awareness and research by having a shirt locally designed and printed in early October. Profits from the shirt sales are being donated to the Plymouth Ounce of Prevention and will stay...
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Triton Sends 2 to Semi-State Cross Country

October 22, 2014
Triton Sends 2 to Semi-State Cross Country

Triton Jr.-Sr. High School is proud to recognize Derek Johnston a senior and Baylee McIntire a freshman who will be competing at the semi-state in cross country this weekend. They are coached by Wes Rettinger.
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Jacob Murasko Explaines Down Syndrome to his Menominee ClassMates

October 22, 2014
Jacob Murasko Explaines Down Syndrome to his Menominee ClassMates

Eight-year-old Jacob Murasko began his presentation to his classmates at Menominee Elementary saying, “Hi. I’m Jacob, I am 8-years old and I was born with Down syndrome. Did you know that I have one extra chromosome? No, you can’t catch Down syndrome from me.” His mother Marla added explanations so that every child could...
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BMV expands hours for voters needing photo IDs

October 22, 2014
BMV expands hours for voters needing photo IDs

Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced that BMV license branches will extend hours of operation on Monday, November 3 and on Tuesday, November 4 to issue ID cards and driver’s licenses that may be used for identification at a polling place. Branches will be open on Monday, November...
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Trick-or-Treat at the Plymouth Library

October 22, 2014
Trick-or-Treat at the Plymouth Library

The Plymouth Public Library is asking everyone to have a haunted good time at the library’s Trick or Treat Open House this Saturday, October 25 from 1 till 3 pm, during the downtown Trick or Treat event. Kids will play carnival-style games for candy and prizes, pick up a cup of popcorn, and grab...
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3 Injured in Starke County Crash

October 22, 2014
3 Injured in Starke County Crash

At approximately 8:30 A.M. on Wednesday, October 22nd the Starke County 9-1-1 Center received multiple calls of a traffic accident that had occurred on US 30 near Knoll Brothers with multiple patients and one entrapped. As Starke County Officers arrived they found an SUV pulling a wood chipper on its side with one of...
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Adkins Roll-Over Crash Sunday, Arrest for Meth Monday

October 22, 2014
Adkins Roll-Over Crash Sunday, Arrest for Meth Monday

WTCA reported a single vehicle accident on North Michigan Road north of 3rd Road Sunday afternoon. The crash occurred when the driver, 29 year old Brandon Adkins of Plymouth told emergency responders and County Officer Rob Hafke he fell asleep. Adkins was transported to Memorial Hospital in South Bend for treatment of his injuries....
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City Metronet Substantially Complete

October 22, 2014
City Metronet Substantially Complete

The city’s Metronet project is was substantially complete on October 10th according to Brent Martin, project manager. Martin explained a couple of issues that have delayed final completion of the conduit installation during Tuesday night’s Plymouth Redevelopment Commission meeting. There are two CSX railroad crossing in the city project that are waiting final authorization....
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