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Gibson Named Platinum Fit Friendly Worksite

June 12, 2014
Gibson Named Platinum Fit Friendly Worksite

Gibson has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more. “Physical activity and employee wellness are important priorities at Gibson. We are honored and excited to be recognized by the American Heart Association as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite,” said Tim Leman, President...
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St. Thomas rummage sale to support non-food pantry

June 12, 2014
St. Thomas rummage sale to support non-food pantry

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s St. Thomas Episcopal Church will be having a rummage sale to support their Non-Food Pantry at the church. The sale will be Saturday June 14 from 8 a.m. To 5 p.m at the church at 412 Center St. in Plymouth. Items on sale include baby and children’s items, adult clothing, kitchen...
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Emerald Ash Borer Adults Taking Flight

June 12, 2014
Emerald Ash Borer Adults Taking Flight

Emerald ash borer adults are beginning to emerge from underneath the bark of ash trees in Indiana to take flight. Adults EABs have been spotted in several southern counties, which means the public may begin seeing them in other counties in central and northern Indiana. Emerald ash borer were detected in Marshall County in...
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Donnelly: Legislation Takes Steps toward Improving Care for Veterans, Fixing VA

June 12, 2014

Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday supported bipartisan legislation that seeks to reduce wait times at VA health care facilities, while increasing accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs.  The Veterans’ Access to Care Through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014 passed by a vote of 93-3. The legislation follows the VA Inspector General’s interim...
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Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine Nets Rochester Man 10 Years

June 12, 2014
Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine Nets Rochester Man 10 Years

Twenty-eight year old Andrew Franz of Rochester was sentenced Wednesday, June 11th, in Marshall Superior Court Number 1 to 10 years imprisonment for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.  In open court, Franz admitted that on October 18, 2013, he along with a nineteen year old woman stole several items from the Plymouth Wal Mart which...
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Break-in at Wesleyan Church

June 11, 2014
Break-in at Wesleyan Church

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a break-in at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church. Monday afternoon just before four o’clock Officer Matt Brown was dispatched to the Plymouth Wesleyan Church at 11203 South Michigan Road for a break-in that had occurred over night.  The suspect had gained entry into the church by breaking out...
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Join SJRMC at the Catch the Spirit Gala as it Celebrates the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ

June 11, 2014
Join SJRMC at the Catch the Spirit Gala as it Celebrates the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ

The Foundation of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center invites the community to join it in celebrating the Congregation of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ as they receive the 2014 Community Spirit Award. The Congregation will be recognized at the 2014 Catch the Spirit Gala on July 11 at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth. The...
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Local Kids Enjoy Sheriff’s Assoc. Camp

June 11, 2014
Local Kids Enjoy Sheriff’s Assoc. Camp

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin sent 14 boys and girls this year from the surrounding area to Indiana Sheriff’s Association Leadership Camp.   Boys and girls who are currently in 7th or 8th grade that are interested in learning more about a possible career in law enforcement, had a meaningful experience and built relationships...
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Gibson Announces Securing & Surviving The Active Shooter Epidemic Seminar

June 11, 2014
Gibson Announces Securing & Surviving The Active Shooter Epidemic Seminar

06/12/14– Gibson is hosting the Securing & Surviving The Active Shooter Epidemic Seminar on August 6, 2014. Active shooting incidents have become an epidemic. This event will focus on the prevention, response, and pros and cons of arming teachers and employees. The event features Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, an internationally recognized scholar, author, soldier...
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May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

June 11, 2014
May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

06/11/14 Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented his May 2014 monthly report during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. The Plymouth Police Department answered 759 calls for information, officers responded to 237 complaints and 171 9-1-1 calls.  City officers conducted 285 traffic stops, conducted 106 residential security checks and signed 28 adult...
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