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Triton School Board Moves Graduation Due to School Cancellation Days

March 10, 2015
Triton School Board Moves Graduation Due to School Cancellation Days

At Monday night’s Triton School Board meeting a difficult and important decision was made in regards to graduation. The board, by recommendation of Superintendent Donna Burroughs voted to move graduation from Sunday, May 31st at 2:00 to Sunday, June 7th at 2:00 P.M. Burroughs explained the reasons for the change.  Because Triton schools have...
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Dense Fog Advisory

March 10, 2015
Dense Fog Advisory

Just before 10 p.m. Tuesday night the National Weather Service issued a Dense Fog Advisory.  The advisory will be in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday. Area counties involved include Marshall, Fulton, Starke, Saint Joseph, Kosciusko, and LaPorte. It is anticipated that the dense fog will persist through the morning commute time causing hazardous driving...
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PHS Students Compete at Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust

March 10, 2015
PHS Students Compete at Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust

On Friday March 6th, seven students from Plymouth High School attended the Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust Competition.  The students have spent the last two months designing and building their bridge with balsa wood and glue.  Zacc Hutchings and Melanie Cooper’s bridge took top honors placing 1st in structural efficiency.  Their bridge beat...
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Marshall County CASA Rallies at Statehouse for More Funding

March 10, 2015
Marshall County CASA Rallies at Statehouse for More Funding

On Monday, the Indiana Statehouse was filled with royal blue shirts proclaiming “I AM FOR THE CHILD!”  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Guardian ad Litem (GAL) volunteers, directors, staff and board members from around the state held a rally in the Statehouse rotunda. Legislators from around the state were invited to attend and learn...
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Ground Breaking for Freedom Park

March 10, 2015
Ground Breaking for Freedom Park

The Freedom Park Committee will be hosting a ground breaking ceremony Tuesday, March 17th at 5:00 p.m. at Packard Woods in Plymouth, Ind., the future home of Freedom Park. Phase 1 of the all-inclusive playground project is getting started and is expected to be completed by this summer. Everyone is invited to attend and...
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Lawmakers call for VA action on veteran suicide e-mail

March 10, 2015
Lawmakers call for VA action on veteran suicide e-mail

INDIANAPOLIS — Despite knowing for at least two months about an internal e-mail that appears to mock veteran suicides, administrators at Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center never investigated, fired or demoted the manager who sent it — and now some members of Congress are demanding action. “This inappropriate e-mail needs to be taken very...
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Fulton County Sheriff’s Vehicle Rear-Ended in Morning Crash

March 10, 2015
Fulton County Sheriff’s Vehicle Rear-Ended in Morning Crash

Rochester – Tuesday morning at approximately 7:40 a.m., officers from the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, the Rochester Police Department, and the Indiana State Police responded to a two vehicle crash on State Road 25 near Fulton County Road 100 South, involving an on duty Fulton County Sheriff’s deputy. The preliminary crash investigation by Trooper Chuck...
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Senator Head Highlights House Bills the Senate to Consider in second half of Session

March 10, 2015
Senator Head Highlights House Bills the Senate to Consider in second half of Session

This week start of the second half of the Indiana General Assembly’s 2015 legislative session. The Senate will now consider bills that passed out of the House during the first half of session. Senator Randy Head took time to highlight some important issues the Senate will address. Head said, “The Senate is committed to...
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Tri Kappa Easter Egg are Here

March 10, 2015
Tri Kappa Easter Egg are Here

A sure sign of spring is the arrival of the Tri Kappa Easter Eggs. This past weekend member of Plymouth Tri Kappa spent two days creating the homemade, hand dipped and personally wrapped eggs. The annual event is one of the biggest fundraisers for Tri Kappa raising approximately $10,000. The philanthropic group sends the...
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Haeck Scheduled for Change of Plea Hearing 3/26

March 10, 2015
Haeck Scheduled for Change of Plea Hearing 3/26

On September 16, 2014  a Grand Jury in Marshall County returned and indictment for theft as a class D felony against Neal R. Haeck, the former County Highway Superintendent. The one count indictment alleges that during 2012 and 2013 Haeck exerted unauthorized control over County property.  The allegation surrounds the sale of scrap metal...
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