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City Police Arrest Plymouth Couple for Resisting

January 12, 2012
City Police Arrest Plymouth Couple for Resisting

01/13/12 Wednesday evening the Plymouth Police Department received a call from Wal-Mart advising that two subjects were in their store making a purchase of precursors.  The suspects left the parking lot and headed south on Oak Drive. Officer Shanna Gilmer attempted to made a traffic stop on the suspect’s vehicle at approximately 6 p.m....
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Harper Resigns from Election Board to Run for County Council

January 12, 2012
Harper Resigns from Election Board to Run for County Council

01/13/1 After serving on the Marshall County Election Board since the early 1990’s, Steve Harper is stepping down. Harper announced his resignation at the Election Board meeting on Thursday morning. Harper filed for a seat on the County Council on Wednesday and indicated that he felt his position on the Board could be viewed...
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INDOT’s LaPorte District Ready For Winter Storm

January 12, 2012
INDOT’s LaPorte District Ready For Winter Storm

01/13/12 Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)’s LaPorte District has every available snow plow on the roads or on standby in anticipation of the winter storm headed toward our area. Crews began pre-treating the roads with anti-icing materials Tuesday in anticipation of the snowfall. They will be working 12-hour shifts to keep the highways clear....
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY AND OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUE STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA

January 12, 2012
FORD MOTOR COMPANY AND OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUE STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA

01/13/12 Today, Jennifer Houin announced that Oliver Ford Lincoln would join Ford Motor Company in its ongoing commitment to the National FFA (formerly known as the Future Farmers of America). Ford has committed to a fifteenth year of the Built Ford Tough – FFA collegiate scholarship program, which will award $1,000 scholarships to hundreds...
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Human trafficking bill passes Senate

January 12, 2012
Human trafficking bill passes Senate

01/13/11 Members of the Senate voted 48-0 Tuesday in favor of Senator Randy Head’s legislation to toughen Indiana’s human trafficking laws.  Senate Bill 4 makes it unlawful to arrange for a person to participate in any forced sexual act. Currently, Indiana law only prohibits forced marriage and prostitution.  “This is a serious issue being...
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ACMC Meeting this Saturday

January 12, 2012
ACMC Meeting this Saturday

01/13/12 Jerry Nikitas announced the January meeting of the Arts Council of Marshall County.  This month’s ACMC meeting will be this Saturday, January 14th at 10:00 a.m. at the Heartland Artists Gallery at 103 West LaPorte Street in downtown Plymouth.  Anyone interested in any of the various arts forms is invited to attend the...
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Pathfinder Foundation Inc. Accepting Fund Requests

January 12, 2012
Pathfinder Foundation Inc. Accepting Fund Requests

01/13/11 The Pathfinder Foundation is now accepting Fund Requests for 2012, and will review all requests, but funds are available on a first come first serve basis. One goal of the Pathfinder Foundation is to reach out to help other not-for-profit agencies and/or others with mental and physical disabilities not served by Pathfinder Services,...
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Winter Storm Warning

January 12, 2012
Winter Storm Warning

01/12/12 The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Marshall County. They are forecasting heavy snow and blowing snow. Up to 6-9 inches of snow is expected. The winter storm warning is in effect from 4pm EST today until 7pm EST Friday. Snow will develop this afternoon and become heavy at...
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Soldier’s Family Speaks of Their Hero, Father and Brother

January 11, 2012
Soldier’s Family Speaks of Their Hero, Father and Brother

01/12/12 The family of Specialist Robert Tauteris Junior are asking for their privacy as they prepare for his funeral.  Wednesday morning they granted only three media the opportunity to hear their thoughts of their father and brother. 44 year old “Bobby” as the soldier is known to his family was killed last week in...
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USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICES CLOSING

January 11, 2012
USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICES CLOSING

01/12/12 The USDA Rural Development offices in La Porte, Indiana, and Plymouth, Indiana, are closing and the staff is being transferred to the USDA Service Center in Knox, Indiana.  The actual move will take place on Thursday, January 12, 2012, and Friday, January 13, 2012.  Staff will not have access to their computers from...
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