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Alcohol Factor in Fatal Motorcycle Crash in Bremen

June 1, 2014
Alcohol Factor in Fatal Motorcycle Crash in Bremen

MARSHALL COUNTY CORONER BILL CLEAVENGER SAID FRIDAY THAT TOXICOLOGY TESTS CONFIRMED THAT 39 YEAR OLD STEPHEN RAY KESSINGER HAD A BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVEL ALMOST THREE TIMES THE LEGAL LIMIT IN INDIANA.  KESSINGER WAS KILLED SUNDAY MAY 18TH ABOUT 4:30 IN THE MORNING WHEN HIS MOTORCYCLE LEFT STATE ROAD 331 AND STRUCK A MAILBOX. HIS...
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LJH Play Cancelled

June 1, 2014
LJH Play Cancelled

06/02/14 Concerns from some parents and students at Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth led Principal Reid Gault to make a difficult decision. The annual school play was supposed to be presented over this past weekend; however, it was cancelled only days before. According to Gault, editing that had been discussed and approved at the...
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PHS Band Earns 11th Consecutive State Award

May 30, 2014
PHS Band Earns 11th Consecutive State Award

The Plymouth Community School Corporation and the “Pride of Plymouth” band program at PHS have been notified that they have earned the prestigious “All-Music Award” from the Indiana State School Music Association for the eleventh consecutive school year.  This award is only presented to the top music programs in the state and you must...
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Leadership Marshall County Graduates Class XIX

May 30, 2014
Leadership Marshall County Graduates Class XIX

Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, held graduation for the seventeen participants of Class XIX on May 14, 2014 in the Legion Memorial Building at Culver Academies. The number of LMC participants since the program’s start in 1995 now totals...
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Plymouth School Board Agenda for June 3rd

May 30, 2014
Plymouth School Board Agenda for June 3rd

The Plymouth School Board will convene on Tuesday, June 3 for both an executive session and a regular meeting. The executive session will begin at 6:00 p.m. and followed by the public meeting at 7:00 p.m. The only item listed on the executive meeting agenda is “to discuss a job performance evaluation of individual...
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Summer Reading Progam at Plymouth Library

May 30, 2014
Summer Reading Progam at Plymouth Library

Sign up for the Summer Reading Program at the Plymouth Public Library begins on Monday, June 2.  Plan to “FIZZ, BOOM, READ!” this summer.  Sign up and record books on the library website at: www.plymouth.lib.in.us.   To sign up click on the Summer Reading Sign up.  This program is free for Plymouth, Center, Polk, North...
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Boater Education Classes Offered in Starke County

May 30, 2014
Boater Education Classes Offered in Starke County

Indiana Conservation Officers are providing two opportunities in Starke County for the public to attend an Indiana Boater Education Course. The first class will be held June 14, 2014 from 9am – 5pm CDT at the Bass Lake Property Owners Association (BLPOA) Community Center at 6996 S SR 10, Bass Lake. The second class...
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Donnelly: Veterans Deserve Better than this Bureaucratic Nightmare

May 30, 2014
Donnelly: Veterans Deserve Better than this Bureaucratic Nightmare

Indianapolis, Ind.—Today, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement regarding Secretary Shinseki’s resignation and the ongoing VA scheduling scandal.   “Secretary Shinseki served our country honorably, and I thank him for his service.  It is time for a fresh pair of eyes on this calamity. Veterans deserve better than the bureaucratic nightmare they have...
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Statement: Walorski Reaction to Shinseki Resignation

May 30, 2014
Statement: Walorski Reaction to Shinseki Resignation

WASHINGTON D.C. –  Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) made the following statement after the announcement President Obama has accepted the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki: “Secretary Shinseki is a decorated veteran and has dedicated his life to this country and for that we will always be grateful. This issue is not partisan, nor...
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Plymouth’s New Tech High School to be National Demonstration Site

May 30, 2014
Plymouth’s New Tech High School to be National Demonstration Site

05/30/14 The Weidner School of Inquiry has been named a New Tech Network Demonstration Site for the 2014-2015 school year. The “school within a school” located in the Plymouth High School building is only in the second year of operation. Plans are to add another 100 students next year to the current approximately 200...
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