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Trogan War Games

May 13, 2013
Trogan War Games

  05/14/13 Triton High School celebrated the approaching end of the school year with their annual “Trojan War Games.”   Students participated in a variety of individual and group competitions both indoors and outside the school.     Pictured are the seniors in a championship game of Dodgeball.  Also pictured are Seniors Clay Yeo and Seth...
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WHITE HOUSE INVITES WALORSKI TO DISCUSS MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT BILL

May 13, 2013
WHITE HOUSE INVITES WALORSKI TO DISCUSS MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT BILL

  05/14/13 As the only Republican freshman, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) was invited to join a bipartisan meeting with White House senior advisers to discuss legislation geared toward reducing military sexual violence, including her bill on whistle-blower protections for military sexual assault victims last week.  “It was a privilege to join my colleagues and...
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Judge Holds Turner on 2 Class B Felonies and $20,000 Cash Bond

May 12, 2013
Judge Holds Turner on 2 Class B Felonies and $20,000 Cash Bond

    05/13/13  On Friday, May 10th Superior Court II Judge Dean Colvin found that probable cause does exist for the charges of aggravated battery as a class B felony and child neglect as a B felony against 18 year old Rickey Diana S. Turner.   Judge Colvin imposed a bond in the amount of...
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County Council Meeting Monday

May 12, 2013
County Council Meeting Monday

    05/13/13 The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their rather lengthy agenda includes Judge Dean Colvin discussing the Court Services Director and Veterans Service Officer Pan Schweizer-Betz seeking a training request.  County Clerk Julie Fox and the Election...
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County Election Board to Adjust City Precincts

May 12, 2013
County Election Board to Adjust City Precincts

  05/13/13 A few registered voters in Plymouth will have a new voting precinct next year.  Last week the Marshall County Election Board; Clerk Julie Fox, Republican representative Nelson Chipman and Democrat representative Roger Wise appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners seeking their approval of amending four voting districts. Chipman explained that following the...
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ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

May 12, 2013
ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

  05/13/13 Most television viewers have seen at least part of a CSI or Law and Order episode. These shows seem to have spurred a new interest in law enforcement and forensics. For over 40 years the Indiana State Police have been giving young people an up close look at law enforcement through its...
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Park Bus Trip to Shipshewana May 21st.

May 12, 2013
Park Bus Trip to Shipshewana May 21st.

  05/13/13 Plymouth Park Department Recreation Director, Scott Michel has announce the May bus trip.    The Plymouth Park Department will be taking a bus trip to Shipshewana to visit the Flea Market and shops downtown on Tuesday, May 21. The cost is $3 for city residents and $5 for non-residents. The bus will...
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Coach McKenzie to be Inducted into NFL

May 12, 2013

05/13/13 Plymouth High School Head Speech and Debate Coach, David McKenzie, will be officially inducted into the NFL (National Forensic League) Hall of Fame in June at the NFL tournament in Birmingham, AL. McKenzie was notified just last week of the honor. McKenzie said, “It’s one of the few things that has made me...
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Fundraiser for Courtney Demont Family

May 12, 2013
Fundraiser for Courtney Demont Family

    05/13/13 A couple more opportunities are out there for folks who want to help the Courtney Demont Family.  Team Courtney (Faith, Family, Friends) decals are for sale at the Argos High School and at the WTCA Radio Station for $5.  Jackie with Jackie’s Graphics in Argos wanted to be able to do...
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Hannah Samuelson Helps at Menominee Elementary

May 12, 2013
Hannah Samuelson Helps at Menominee Elementary

    05/13/13 “Be all that you can be” is more than just a slogan to 20-year-old Hannah Samuelson-it’s a goal. Hannah, born with Down Syndrome, spends two hours every school day helping students in the classroom of Natalie (Caban) Branda. Branda serves as an intense intervention teacher at Menominee Elementary in Plymouth. Although...
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