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Senator Head Highlights Culver School Corp.

November 16, 2014
Senator Head Highlights Culver School Corp.

Indiana Senator Randy Head, representing the 18th district wanted to highlight one of the school corporations in his district. The Culver Community School Corporation is fully committed to providing its students with individualized instruction to produce the best academic results. The corporation recently received an “A” grade from the Indiana Department of Education, and...
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October Jail Report

November 16, 2014
October Jail Report

The October jail report shows 150 people booked into the Marshal County Jail. The top ten offenses were, number 10 Battery, number 9 Domestic Battery, number 8 Theft, number 7 Operator Never Licensed and number 6 Driving While Suspended. The top 5 reasons people were booked into the jail were, number 5 Dealing Meth...
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Chamber Warns Members of Scam

November 14, 2014
Chamber Warns Members of Scam

Connie Holzwart, Executive Director of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce put out a warning to chamber members on Friday. She said, “It was brought to our attention that someone identifying themselves as a chamber representative is calling asking for updated information from businesses. This is a scam, the callers telephone number is 402-509-5055.” Holzwart...
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Triton Elementary Honor’s Vets

November 14, 2014
Triton Elementary Honor’s Vets

The fourth and fifth grade students at Triton Elementary School presented a special patriotic musical program the evening of Veteran’s Day. The musical program was under the direction of music teacher, Mollie Kintzel. Students pictured performing were: up front left Zach Slimak and right Emma Lemler all left to right: Melissa Slabaugh, Zach Slimak,...
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Orthopedics Manufacturer Grows in Kosciusko County

November 14, 2014
Orthopedics Manufacturer Grows in Kosciusko County

Alpha Manufacturing & Design, LLC, a precision contract manufacturer for the orthopedics industry, announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 32 new jobs by 2018. The homegrown-Hoosier company will invest $5.62 million to construct and equip a new 12,000 square-foot addition to its current 5,000 square-foot facility in Warsaw. The...
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Owners say Crashed Vehicle Stolen

November 14, 2014
Owners say Crashed Vehicle Stolen

On Thursday morning at 4:07 the Marshall County 9-1-1 advised the Plymouth Police Department of a single vehicle accident on State Road 17 near the hospital. Plymouth Police arrived on the scene where the cemetery is on the curve and found a black, H3 Hummer. It was obvious that the vehicle missed the curve...
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Arrests on Tuesday by Plymouth Police

November 13, 2014
Arrests on Tuesday by Plymouth Police

11/13/14 At 7:47 P.M. on Tuesday, November 11th Officer Jeremy Enyart with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a male shoplifter. Wal-Mart Asset Protection advised they witnessed two 17 year old juvenile males and an 18 year old male shoplift items from the store. The 18 year old male was...
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Lincoln Junior High School Takes Safety Serious

November 13, 2014
Lincoln Junior High School Takes Safety Serious

Thursday afternoon parents with children in the Plymouth Community School Corporation received notification of happenings in the Lincoln Junior High School. At approximately 11:00 A.M. the schools safety department called for an external lock-down for all PCSC schools. An external lock-down means that there is a situation that occurred outside the school in the...
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High-Speed Pursuit ends with Arrest of Two

November 13, 2014
High-Speed Pursuit ends with Arrest of Two

City, state and county police agencies in Plymouth were involved in a high speed chase Thursday morning. The incident occurred when the homeowner at 402 Kenilworth Road came home and found a male subject sleeping in her bed. He pulled a gun on her and fled the scene with a female accomplice  in a...
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Law Enforcement Adding Patrols during Thanksgiving Holday Travel

November 13, 2014
Law Enforcement Adding Patrols during Thanksgiving Holday Travel

11/14/14 As families take to the roads this holiday season, law enforcement would like to remind drivers that extra patrol will be cracking down on impaired driving and seat belt violations to increase safety on the state’s streets and highways. Area law enforcement agencies are working in tandem on saturation patrols and DUI checkpoints....
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