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Tomalina Turkey Visits at Miller’s Assisted

November 30, 2014
Tomalina Turkey Visits at Miller’s Assisted

Tomalina Turkey (Tom’s sister) paid a visit to Miller’s Assisted Living the day before Thanksgiving. Tomalina visited with residents and staff and posed for pictures with her friends. She also urged everyone to consider eating FISH for Thanksgiving dinner!! Photo: Here you see Tomalina enjoying sharing stories with LaVanch Yarian and Lamora Filson.
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Special Argos School Board Meeting to Appoint and Introduce New Superintendent

November 29, 2014
Special Argos School Board Meeting to Appoint and Introduce New Superintendent

The Argos Community Schools will conduct a special meeting on Monday, December 1st at 6 p.m. in the school’s cafeteria. The special meeting has been called to select a new superintendent. Immediately following the special meeting there will be a meet and greet with the new superintendent. The Argos School Board will also consider...
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Mason & Keller-Lowry Arrested for Meth on Wednesday

November 29, 2014
Mason & Keller-Lowry Arrested for Meth on Wednesday

On the morning of Wednesday, November 25, the Plymouth Police Department received information regarding methamphetamine that was being manufactured at 1230 West Harrison Street in Plymouth. After an investigation, a search warrant was obtained for the residence. Officers with the Plymouth Police Department executed the search warrant at 2:10 p.m. last Wednesday with assistance...
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Plymouth Works to Meet Federal Sign Reflectivity Requirements

November 28, 2014
Plymouth Works to Meet Federal Sign Reflectivity Requirements

An unfunded federal mandate requires towns, cities, counties, and state governments to improve the reflectivity of street signage. As a way to comply with the new requirements the City of Plymouth joined with other local governmental agencies in Marshall and Saint Joseph counties on a project in July that MACOG spearheaded to meet the...
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Protect Yourself from Scams While Applying for Coverage on the Federal Marketplace

November 27, 2014
Protect Yourself from Scams While Applying for Coverage on the Federal Marketplace

During this open enrollment period, scammers are trying to take advantage of consumers who may have questions or need assistance understanding how to apply for coverage. Indiana Department of Insurance Commissioner Stephen W. Robertson said, “While it is important for Hoosier consumers to be informed, they need to be alert to potential scams. No...
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Muffins for Moms at Triton

November 26, 2014
Muffins for Moms at Triton

Over 120 mothers attended “Muffins for Moms” on Friday, November 21st at Triton Elementary School. The school offered a special guest speaker for the event, Dr. John Yeager the author of “Smart Strengths”. Dr. John Yeager, shared encouraging words about how utilizing your strengths as a mother benefits everyone around you.
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County Police Investigate Burglary

November 26, 2014
County Police Investigate Burglary

Marshall County police officers are investigating a reported burglary. On Friday November 21st between the hours of 6:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. unknown subjects entered a residence in the 17,000 block of 12th Road. Two diamond rings and currency were reportedly taken from the residence. If anyone has any information in reference to the...
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Meth Lab Found with Search Warrant, 2 Arrested

November 26, 2014
Meth Lab Found with Search Warrant, 2 Arrested

On Tuesday, November 25th officers with the Plymouth Police Department executed a search warrant at 1230 West Harrison Street. Complete details have yet to be released but WTCA did learn that after a lengthy search of the residence, which was located across the street from Packard Woods, officers located a meth lab. As a...
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Oliver Ford Donates 2005 Jeep for WTCA Radio Auction

November 26, 2014
Oliver Ford Donates 2005 Jeep for WTCA Radio Auction

Tuesday afternoon Oliver Ford stepped up to help this year’s Shop With A Cop program in Marshall County in a really big way. They offered a very nice vehicle for the 7th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction on WTCA FM106.1 and AM 1050. A 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Loredo Limited will be...
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Marshall County EMA Offers Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

November 26, 2014
Marshall County EMA Offers Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are considered the kick-off to the holiday shopping season. Shoppers are searching for bargains, but thieves are also on the hunt for easy targets. Here are a few tips to keep you safe while doing your holiday shopping: • There is always safety in numbers. Shop with friends and...
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