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Plymouth Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

November 30, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

  12/03/12  On Thursday, November 29th at 7:00 AM Officer Ray West with the Plymouth Police Department took a report from a female that had contacted the department about being hit by her boyfriend.  The complaint was investigated and it was found that there was enough evidence to arrest 30 year old Kelton Washington...
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Triton 2nd Graders Research Inventions

November 30, 2012
Triton 2nd Graders Research Inventions

 12/03/12 Did you know that silly putty was made by accident during World War II. The government was trying to make caulk instead. Did you know that duct tape was made out of thin cotton tape coated in waterproof plastic with a layer of rubber-based adhesive? During World War 2, it was used to...
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Victim’s Identified in Culver Shooting

November 29, 2012
Victim’s Identified in Culver Shooting

  11/30/12 Culver Police Chief Wayne Beam released the names of the victims of Wednesday’s shooting in Culver.  Stephen Suthard, 16, and Michael Price, 44, both of Culver were found dead inside Price’s Culver from gunshot wounds. The incident happened at 419 Madison Street Wednesday night.  9-1-1 was called about 10:40 after Price’s wife...
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M.C. Museum Seeks Donation of Tuxedo

November 29, 2012
M.C. Museum Seeks Donation of Tuxedo

 11/30/12 As many of you who visit downtown Plymouth  know, many of the Marshall County Museum’s window displays change with each season to delight viewers and visitors. The museum is asking for a donation of a men’s tuxedo that they wish to use for one of their window displays. They currently do not have this...
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Riverside Penny War Benefits United Way

November 29, 2012
Riverside Penny War Benefits United Way

  11/30/12 The students at Riverside Intermediate recently held a Penny War as a fundraiser for the United Way.  The students raised $475.19 to benefit the 22 member agencies supported by United Way of Marshall County.  The donation was recently presented to United Way Campaign Manager Jayne Gibson by Riverside students: Bailee Hite, Lois...
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Grand Rapids Family Seeks Assistance in Locating Dog Following Accident

November 29, 2012
Grand Rapids Family Seeks Assistance in Locating Dog Following Accident

  11/30/12 A crash last Tuesday on US 31 near 16th Road injured the driver and caused the owners golden retriever to get lose. Dave Vitali of Grand Rapids was traveling home from Georgia, when he lost control of the pick-up truck and rolled over landing on its top.  As he hung upside down...
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Mini Craft Bazaar at Miller’s Senior Living Saturday

November 29, 2012
Mini Craft Bazaar at Miller’s Senior Living Saturday

  11/30/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community located at 625 Oakhill Avenue in Plymouth will host their annual Mini Craft Bazaar on Saturday, December 1st from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  The bazaar is open to the public.  Miller’s Mini Craft Bazaar will feature Janice’s Homemade Candy; BeatiControl and Initials, Inc. by Beverly Barrett of...
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Delta Theta Tau Sponsors Greeting Card Contest

November 29, 2012
Delta Theta Tau Sponsors Greeting Card Contest

  11/30/12 This fall, 5th and 6th grade students at Riverside Intermediate School participated in a greeting card design contest sponsored by the Delta Theta Tau Sorority.  In art class students learned how artists use journals to document their lives and brainstorm ideas. Then after studying the elements and principles of design and experimenting...
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2Indiana Resident Claim $1 million in record Powerball® run

November 29, 2012
2Indiana Resident Claim $1 million in record Powerball® run

  11/30/12 A Highland man plans to help his mother, start a college fund for his daughter and take his girlfriend to Red Lobster after winning $1 million in last night’s historic $587.5 million Powerball drawing. What Larry Chandler of Highland isn’t going to do is quit working.  The hard-working 34-year-old Hoosier and union electrician says...
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River otters expand to 80 percent of Indiana counties

November 29, 2012
River otters expand to 80 percent of Indiana counties

  11/30/12 River otters are expanding in Indiana and now occupy much of their historic range, representing a success story for wildlife conservation. Hoosiers now have a good chance of seeing river otters in many Indiana watersheds, a memory that will last a lifetime. Officially considered extirpated from Indiana by 1942, river otters were...
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