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Marshall Starke Development Center Open House Today 10-2

September 23, 2015
Marshall Starke Development Center Open House Today 10-2

Marshall-Starke Development Center, Inc., a not-for-profit organization providing comprehensive rehabilitive, vocation and educational services for developmentally disabled individuals was formed in 1965 by a small group of concerned and dedicated individuals striving to plan how to provide services and programs for the disadvantaged. Most of these individuals were themselves parents of children with a...
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August 2015 Indiana Employment Report

September 23, 2015
August 2015 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined again in August by 0.1 percent to 4.6 percent. Last month marked the lowest rate of unemployment in the Hoosier State since August of 2007. Additionally, Indiana’s labor force increased by 5,629 individuals last month and has experienced a growth of nearly 83,000 since January 2013, which continues...
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Buick Drive For Your Students Event at PHS Saturday

September 22, 2015
Buick Drive For Your Students Event at PHS Saturday

The Plymouth Athletic Booster Club is very excited to be teaming up with Tim Martin GMC Buick on Saturday, September 26 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. for a Buick Drive for Your Students event.  “We are thrilled to be able to do this event with Tim Martin!  We have a chance to raise $10,000...
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Autopsy Determined Serenity Wilson Death is a Homicide

September 22, 2015
Autopsy Determined Serenity Wilson Death is a Homicide

The autopsy of 2 year old Serenity Wilson was completed on Monday, September 21st. Her death has been ruled a homicide as a result of multiple blunt force injuries to her head. After further investigation police arrested her mother, 24 year old Krysti Lavanway at 3 p.m. Monday for Neglect of a Dependent resulting...
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Former Sheriff Pleads Guilty and is Sentenced on Invasion of Privacy

September 22, 2015
Former Sheriff Pleads Guilty and is Sentenced on Invasion of Privacy

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman, serving as a Special Prosecutor for Starke County, announced Tuesday that Oscar Cowen, former Starke County Sheriff, pled guilty and was sentenced for the offense of Invasion of Privacy.  Cowen pled guilty pursuant to a plea agreement negotiated between Chipman and Cowen’s  attorney, Richard Ballard of Knox.  The...
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Dillard Arrested for Domestic Battery & Possession

September 22, 2015
Dillard Arrested for Domestic Battery & Possession

Monday evening about 7 Plymouth Police were dispatched to 823 West Garro Street for a physical domestic fight. Officer Krynock interviewed witnesses and after seeing the injuries of the victim, 48 year old Joseph F. Dillard was taken into custody.  During a pat-down officers located a scheduled IV controlled substance on Mr. Dillard.  He...
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Museum to Host 2nd Walking Tour of Downtown on Thursday

September 22, 2015
Museum to Host 2nd Walking Tour of Downtown on Thursday

The second in a series of four “Facts, Folktales and Facades” historic walking tour in downtown Plymouth is this Thursday at 10 a.m.  This week the tour will feature the southeast block of Michigan Street, the block that begins with the Rees Theatre. Other stops include Na Rie, The Head Styling Salon, the former...
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Author Sharon Biggs Waller to visit Culver

September 22, 2015
Author Sharon Biggs Waller to visit Culver

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is excited to announce that Sharon Biggs Waller will be visiting CUTPL on September 24, as a part of their Celebrated Voices Series. Sharon is the author of the young adult novel A Mad, Wicked Folly and the upcoming novel The Forbidden Orchid. Copies of A Mad, Wicked Folly are available for check out...
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SEPTEMBER IS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

September 22, 2015
SEPTEMBER IS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are reminding parents to be aware of the risks and symptoms of childhood cancer as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September. Although such illnesses are rare, 1 percent of all new cancer cases diagnosed in the U.S occur in children.   “A cancer diagnosis is never easy, but it’s...
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Deadline Approaching for Hoosier Students to Apply for 2015 Service Academy Nomination

September 22, 2015
Deadline Approaching for Hoosier Students to Apply for 2015 Service Academy Nomination

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s office reminds students interested in pursuing a nomination to one of the nation’s service academies that they must submit an application for a nomination from Senator Donnelly by Friday, September 25. To download the 2015 U.S. Service Academy Nomination Application form, please click here.   Donnelly said, “I welcome interested Hoosier students to...
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