Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

News

Miller’s Staff Volunteer to teach Junior Achievement Program

May 19, 2014
Miller’s Staff Volunteer to teach Junior Achievement Program

Junior Achievement was able to bring JA programs to 586 fifth and sixth grade students at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth on May 9th.  In order to make it happen, Junior Achievement needed approximately 40 volunteers from the community to volunteer their morning to share JA lessons and their expertise with students! Four of...
Read More »

Cell Project at Triton Jr. Sr. High

May 19, 2014
Cell Project at Triton Jr. Sr. High

Triton Jr.-Sr. High School Science teacher, Mrs. Jackson, recently held a 7th grade cell project contest. Winners are (from left to right): Tony King, Bobby Smith, Chase Butler, James Snyder, Lyda Scarberry, Jenna Swihart, and Tammy Arndt (not pictured).  There were a lot of great projects. 
Read More »

35 year old Plymouth Man Arrested for Rape, Held on $50,000 cash Bond

May 18, 2014
35 year old Plymouth Man Arrested for Rape, Held on $50,000 cash Bond

05/19/14 Plymouth Police are investigating an alleged rape that happened April 10th on Maple Avenue.  Following an investigation by officers with the Plymouth Police Department and a review by the Marshall County Prosecutors Office, it was noted that probable cause does exist that 35 year old Ronal Zelaya Hernandez raped a juvenile female.  He...
Read More »

Bremen Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

May 18, 2014
Bremen Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

05/19/14 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said, Thirty-nine year old Stephen Kessenger of Bremen was killed at 4:38 a.m. Sunday morning when his motorcycle crossed the center line, left the roadway and struck several mail boxes in the 2100 block of State Road 331, east of downtown Bremen.  Kessenger was found in the front...
Read More »

Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

May 18, 2014
Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

05/19/14 The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building and the County Commissioners will meet at 9:30. Agenda for the Drainage Board meeting includes opening bids for the reconstruction projects of the Dogwood Road Drain which is part of the Marburger...
Read More »

A Bunch of Blueberries Unveiled at Farmers’ Market

May 18, 2014
A Bunch of Blueberries Unveiled at Farmers’ Market

05/19/14 The public got their first look at the giant sculptured and painted blueberries that will be popping up around Plymouth and Marshall County on Saturday at the Farmers’ Market.  The sun came out just in time for the unveiling of three of the artistic blueberries.  First to show their work was the blueberry...
Read More »

Plymouth Schools Recieve State CoSn TEAM Award

May 18, 2014
Plymouth Schools Recieve State CoSn TEAM Award

05/19/14 The mission of CoSN is to empower educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments. Each year the CoSN state chapter awards a school corporation the TEAM Award for its transformative impact on education technology and its work to improve student learning, opportunities, and access. The technology department at Plymouth Community...
Read More »

PHS Academic Hall of Fame Ceremony

May 18, 2014
PHS Academic Hall of Fame Ceremony

  Twelve graduating seniors from Plymouth High School Class of 2014 were inducted in the Academic Hall of Fame on May 18. The Academic Hall of Fame was first established in 1986, under the direction of former Principal Larry Pinkerton.   Speaking of the new inductees, Current Principal James Condon said, “When they were...
Read More »

City Police Warn of Springtime Scam

May 18, 2014
City Police Warn of Springtime Scam

05/19/14 Plymouth Police are warning citizens of a common springtime scam.  Assistant Police Chief Mark Owen and the police department would like to warn homeowners of possible home improvement scams.  Owen said, “This is the time of year when less-than-reputable or unqualified contactors may contact you.”  It’s not your lucky day when alleged contractors...
Read More »

Marshall County “Burger Wars” Voting Continues

May 18, 2014
Marshall County “Burger Wars” Voting Continues

 05/19/14 March Madness may be over, but bracket fever continues in Marshall County with the launch of a Burger Wars Bracket to find the best place to get a burger in the county as voted on by customers. Eight Marshall County restaurants have been selected to be voted for round by round to find...
Read More »