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County Approves Farm Lease at $352 an Acre

November 18, 2014
County Approves Farm Lease at $352 an Acre

There was interest in the 3 year lease of the County Farm. During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting four bids were opened to lease the 163 acres. Robin Roberts, current lessee bid $188.50 per acre while Smith Family Farms submitted a bid of $282 per acre. J.R. Stoller Farms from Bremen offered a bid of...
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Rebecca Salyer Arested for Meth

November 18, 2014
Rebecca Salyer Arested for Meth

Just after noon on Saturday, November 15th Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to a call of unknown subjects dumping trash in a dumpster near Garro and 3rd Streets. When Officer Weir arrived the concerned citizen said that 28 year old Rebecca L. Salyer of Plymouth and an unknown male...
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Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettles in Marshall County

November 17, 2014
Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettles in Marshall County

In 1891, Salvation Army Captain Joseph McFee was distraught because so many poor individuals in San Francisco were going hungry. During the holiday season, he resolved to provide a free Christmas dinner for the destitute and poverty-stricken. He only had one major hurdle to overcome — funding the project. Where would the money come...
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PHS Senior Signs with IUPUI

November 17, 2014
PHS Senior Signs with IUPUI

Plymouth High School senior Allie Wright has committed her future athletic career to the IUPUI Jaguars. She plans on running track for them. Allie is the daughter of John and Stephanie Wright. She is ranked 39th in her senior class of 287 students. She is a three sport athlete for the Pilgrims as she...
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Ticket Issued to Train Conductor for Blocking Tracks in Burr Oak

November 17, 2014
Ticket Issued to Train Conductor for Blocking Tracks in Burr Oak

The Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received several complaints in reference to a train blocking the Norfolk & Southern Rail Road crossing, located in Burr Oak for excessive amounts of time. Past complaints include: October 10, Blocking crossing for excessive amount of time. October 29, Blocking, allegedly, in excess of 3 hours October 30, State...
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Warsaw Man Arrested after Rear-ending Rensselaer School Bus

November 17, 2014
Warsaw Man Arrested after Rear-ending Rensselaer School Bus

 On Friday, November 14th at 7:07 P.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Joseph Giordano investigated an accident involving a Rensselaer Central School Corporation bus on US 30 west of the Oak Drive intersection. During the course of the investigation the driver of the maroon Trailblazer, 42 year old Steven L. Foreman of Warsaw told officers...
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Plymouth Arrested for Driving Without License

November 17, 2014
Plymouth Arrested for Driving Without License

At 7:26 A.M. on Thursday, November 14th Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a white Cadillac at Harrison Street and 5th Street for having no tail lights or a license plate. During the course of the investigation it was found that 36 year old Jesus Santiago Orozco...
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Triton Elementary Students Pack Boxes for Operation Christmas Child

November 17, 2014
Triton Elementary Students Pack Boxes for Operation Christmas Child

“Operation Christmas Child” is a holiday program to demonstrate love in a tangible way to needy children around the world. Triton Elementary School fourth grade students packed over 140 boxes to be sent to underprivileged kids around the world for “Operation Christmas Child.” The entire school brought in items like coloring books, small toys,...
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Ancilla College Hosted 2nd Annual Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner

November 17, 2014
Ancilla College Hosted 2nd Annual Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner

Ancilla College hosted its 2nd annual Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner Friday, November 7th. The event provided an opportunity for the College to raise money to help fund the scholarships, grants and awards that last year totaled over $1 million and were given to approximately 90% of its students. “The Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner was...
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Robocalls on the rise, sign-up for Do Not Call List

November 17, 2014

The use of robo-calls to solicit Hoosiers over the phone continues to rise, said Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller. About 60 percent of the 10,000 Do Not Call complaints filed with the Attorney General’s Telephone Privacy Division in 2014 site robo-calls. Robo-calling, which refers to the use of technology that automatically dials residential phone...
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