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GreenWay Trail, Hickory Road Birdge and Culver Safe Route to School Projects Funded

February 4, 2014
GreenWay Trail, Hickory Road Birdge and Culver Safe Route to School Projects Funded

02/05/14 In November the Indiana Department of Transportation put out a notice that federal transportation funds would be available for any type of new projects such as bridges, roads, safety, trails, safe routes to school or any type of project eligible under the federal transportation highway bill.  Tuesday afternoon the LaPorte District announced local...
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2014 Blueberry Festival Theme Announced

February 4, 2014
2014 Blueberry Festival Theme Announced

  02/05/14 The 48th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival, held annually over Labor Day Weekend, is excited to announce the 2014 theme for the Festival, “Red, White and Blue-berries!!”.  Dates for the 2014 Festival are August 29th through September 1st. “Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we...
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LJH Offers New Curriculum Next Year

February 4, 2014
LJH Offers New Curriculum Next Year

  02/05/14 Lincoln Junior High Principal, Reid Gault, sees lots of positives in the new curriculum offerings they hope to incorporate next year. Gault briefed the Plymouth School Board of the proposed changes on February 4. Gault said by combining the academic standards for language arts and social studies into Humanities, students can learn...
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Marshall County is under Warning Level Travel Advisory – Red

February 4, 2014
Marshall County is under Warning Level Travel Advisory – Red

  02/05/14 The Marshall County Board of Commissioners have implemented an emergency declaration that includes a “Warning Level” travel advisory. The emergency declaration went into effect at 7:00 pm Tuesday in order to give citizens, schools, businesses, and other organizations an opportunity to implement their emergency plans.  Currently the travel advisory is for the...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Meth Arrests

February 4, 2014
Traffic Stop Leads to Meth Arrests

02/05/14  On Sunday, February 2nd at approximately 10:30 A.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop on a white passenger vehicle for speeding near the intersection of Michigan Road and Jackson Heights.  During the course of the traffic stop, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir and his K-9 partner Jax were requested...
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Baca Arrested for OWI on US 30

February 4, 2014
Baca Arrested for OWI on US 30

  02/05/14  On Monday, February 3rd at 9:09 P.M. Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to North Oak Drive and US 30  in reference to  an unconscious male in his vehicle that was reported to still be in gear.  As Officer Paul Stamper arrived at the scene and conducted an investigation 22 year old Juan M....
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Fitness Forum offers Free Waist to Hip Measurement for

February 4, 2014
Fitness Forum offers Free Waist to Hip Measurement for

  02/05/14  February is American Heart Month and Fitness Forum Sports and Wellness at the LifePlex is offering health screenings this week, through Friday, February 7th for better heart health.  Take your first step to a healthy heart with at the Fitness Forum. Every year, about 715,000 Americans have a heart attack. About 600,000...
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Plymouth Debate Team finishes 9th in State Tourney

February 4, 2014
Plymouth Debate Team finishes 9th in State Tourney

  02/05/14 The Plymouth High School Debate Team finished 9th in the state last Saturday, February 1, at Ben Davis High School. Sophomore Emily McKenzie was elected President of the Senate earning her a State Championship.  She advanced out of preliminaries to the semi-finals where she earned her spot as the state’s top presiding...
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Coats & Donnelly Supports Farm Bill, Statements from Both

February 4, 2014
Coats & Donnelly Supports Farm Bill, Statements from Both

  02/05/14 Senator Coats voted for the bipartisan farm bill agreement Tuesday afternoon. The legislation passed the Senate 68 to 32, after previously passing the House 251 to 166 on January 29. It will now to go President Obama’s desk to be signed into law. Coats heard about this issue multiple times during his...
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Chargers for Change Game Raises Money for Breast Cancer Group

February 4, 2014
Chargers for Change Game Raises Money for Breast Cancer Group

  02/05/14 Saturday, February 8, will mark the fifth annual Chargers for Change fundraiser, as the men’s and women’s basketball teams of Ancilla College host the event. The Ancilla Chargers will face off against the Red Hawks of Lake Michigan College in conjunction with Ounce of Prevention to raise money and awareness for breast...
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