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SummerFest Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary Huge Success

August 11, 2014
SummerFest Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary Huge Success

The ice cream social at Triton Elementary School during the Bourbon Summerfest was a major success with more than 250 ice cream cones being served and enjoyed. The band “Sentimental Journey” also entertained during the evening with Sousa marches and “God Bless America” during the fabulous fireworks display put on by the Bourbon Fire...
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Bollman from New Paris Killed in Motorcycle Crash near Bremen

August 11, 2014
Bollman from New Paris Killed in Motorcycle Crash near Bremen

The Marshall County Coroner’s Office investigated a fatal motorcycle crash southwest of Bremen Sunday afternoon. The accident occurred in front of 6851 Plymouth Goshen Trail. A New Paris man was killed at 4:56 when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a utility pole. The victim, 57 year old Steven L. Bollman was not...
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Dragon season opener to be televised

August 11, 2014

  ARGOS – Another honor is in store for a high school sports program that has had it’s share of honors. Argos soccer – both boys and girls programs – have had their share of success and accolades through the years and this year the boys program will have another as WHME-TV 46 will...
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2 Knox Men Arrested

August 11, 2014
2 Knox Men Arrested

On Wednesday morning August 6, at 4:25 the Plymouth Police Department received a report in reference to a break-in that had just occurred at a residence in the 700 block of West Jefferson Street. During the break-in a male and female had been battered. A suspect was identified as 31 year old Jason Miller...
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City Meetings Monday

August 10, 2014
City Meetings Monday

The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 with the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Agenda items includes department head reports, a financial guarantee for Comcast to work in the city’s right-of-way at Mid City Supply a request of Ann Davis to permit scaffolding on the...
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County Council Meeting Monday

August 10, 2014
County Council Meeting Monday

Members of the Marshall County Council will conduct their regular meeting Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m. On the agenda is a request of Judge Dean Colvin to waive the probationary period for a new employee in this office. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Chief Probation officer Mary Jane Walsworth will be seeking employee replacement...
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Pennsylvania Semi Drive Seriouly Injured in US 30 Crash

August 10, 2014
Pennsylvania Semi Drive Seriouly Injured in US 30 Crash

Two west bound semis collided Friday evening just after 6 on US 30 just east of the intersection with Queen Road. The crash closed the west bound lanes of US 30 for nearly two hours and traffic was diverted on to Lincoln Highway. County police are not releasing details. But WTCA was on the...
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Plymouth Woman Killed in South Bend Motorcycle Crash

August 10, 2014
Plymouth Woman Killed in South Bend Motorcycle Crash

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A 23-year-old Plymouth woman and emergency room nurse at Memorial Hospital died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash early Saturday morning, according to the St. Joseph County coroner. Nicole Beguin was a passenger on the motorcycle, and reportedly died from critical head injuries and multiple blunt force trauma. The...
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Do I Have to Stop for That School Bus?

August 10, 2014
Do I Have to Stop for That School Bus?

In Indiana, August brings hot weather, the State Fair and also the start of a new school year. Most schools in the county start this week with the John Glen School Corporation, Culver Community School Corp and Union North United School Corp start class on Tuesday while Oregon Davis Schools, Triton Schools and Plymouth...
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IDOE Bullying School Data Report Shows LJH with 60

August 10, 2014
IDOE Bullying School Data Report Shows LJH with 60

The results of a mandatory state requirement for tracking “bullying” in public schools for the 2013-2014 school year released on August 9 shows a total of 9,396 incidents. This is the first year of the reporting. The results were compiled from data that each school self-reported and included such things commonly known as physical...
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