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Coroner Continues Investigation in Death of 27 year old Pregnant Female

February 26, 2013
Coroner Continues Investigation in Death of 27 year old Pregnant Female

    02/27/13 On Thursday, February 21st the Marshall County 9-1-1 Dispatch Center received a call from the 5,000 block of Michigan Road in reference to a 28 year old female unresponsive and not breathing. Emergency crews responded to the scene including County Police Officer Kerry Brouyette. During the investigation it was learned that 28...
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Marshall County REMC Lineman Collecting Coat Donations as part of RELITE Project.

February 26, 2013
Marshall County REMC Lineman Collecting Coat Donations as part of RELITE Project.

  02/27/13 Not being able to provide your family with the appropriate winter clothing is the sad truth many parents face every winter season. Unfortunately, with the ailing economy it is becoming increasingly difficult to support a family. Marshall County REMC Lineman, Tod Brems, is collecting coat donations from the community as part of...
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Warrant Served on Monterey Man

February 26, 2013
Warrant Served on Monterey Man

  02/27/13 Officer Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department served a warrant on 28 year old Kristopher T. Rodgers of Monterey on Monday afternoon.  Just before 5 p.m. Officer Deisch located Rogers at 112 West Jefferson Street.  Rogers was taken into custody for an active warrant through Starke County.
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San Pierre F.D. Fish Fry this Saturday for Turkey Tracks

February 26, 2013
San Pierre F.D. Fish Fry this Saturday for Turkey Tracks

    02/27/13 At the young age of 16, Eric Corey was diagnosed with ALS. An avid hunter his entire life, the Starke County resident made it his mission to make sure other young adults with mobility challenges like him could experience the joy of hunting. The Turkey Tracks Hunt allows hunters with physical...
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TUESDAY NIGHT’S PLYMOUTH BASKETBALL SECTIONAL GAME….CANCELLED!!!!

February 26, 2013
TUESDAY NIGHT’S PLYMOUTH BASKETBALL SECTIONAL GAME….CANCELLED!!!!

  Due to bad weather, Tuesday’s IHSAA 3A Plymouth Boys Basketball Sectional has been POSTPONED.  Here is the REVISED SCHEDULE:   Wednesday (Feb. 27):   One game only!    New Prairie vs South Bend St. Joe at 7PM Thursday:  (Feb. 28):   2 Games!    6PM:  CMA vs Mishawaka Marian 7PM:  Jimtown vs Plymouth FRIDAY & SATURDAY game...
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Army Hometown News

February 26, 2013
Army Hometown News

  02/27/13 Army Reserve Pvt. Matthew T. Wojcik has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training,...
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One Book One Town for Marshall County

February 26, 2013
One Book One Town for Marshall County

  02/27/13 Friends of the Plymouth Public Library are busy preparing for this year’s One Book One Town event for Marshall County.  The Children’s Department has created windmill art work that will decorate the hallway for the local 2:00 p.m., Sunday, March 17th book discussion, led by retired educator Anna Liechty.  The Friends of...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Announces New Public Relations Manager

February 26, 2013
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Announces New Public Relations Manager

  02/27/13 Pamela Henderson, VP of Marketing and Public Relations for Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center introduced Lindahl Wiegand as the new Public Relations Manager for Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Monday afternoon. A journalism major and former newspaper reporter, Lindahl has more than six years of experience with the hospital’s organization in the...
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Mayor Pledges Adopt-A-Street and School Resource Officer in State of the City Address

February 25, 2013
Mayor Pledges Adopt-A-Street and School Resource Officer in State of the City Address

  02/26/13 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address Monday night during the Common Council meeting.  140 years was the theme of this year’s speech.  He opened by high-lightening events of 1873 including: Mark Twain’s prime, the second inauguration of President Ulysses Grant, the train robberies in Iowa by Jesse...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Multiple Charges including Auto Theft

February 25, 2013
Plymouth Man Arrested for Multiple Charges including Auto Theft

  02/26/13 Saturday evening about 7 p.m. County Police Officer Jonathon Bryant conducted a traffic stop on silver, Pontiac Grand Am at the intersection of Michigan and Jackson Streets for several traffic violations.   During his investigation Officer Bryant discovered narcotics in the vehicle along with a loaded hand gun.  The vehicle was driven by...
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