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Indiana Communities Unite to Create Vision, National Brands for the Future

September 1, 2015
Indiana Communities Unite to Create Vision, National Brands for the Future

Seven regions across the state have submitted formal applications for the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative (HB 1403), which will be eligible for review by the Strategic Review Committee for state matching funds. Together, these plans total more than $3.78 billion in investments for more than 400 cultural and livability projects in Indiana. “I am truly inspired...
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Check Presentation at PHS

September 1, 2015
Check Presentation at PHS

Eric Holsopple, manager of Rehabilitation Services and Athletic Training at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth stopped by Plymouth High School Monday afternoon to make a $3,280 donation on behalf of Saint Joseph Health System!   You might recall… Saint Joseph Health System hosted a sports physical night back in May for all...
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Bremen Post to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint this Friday

September 1, 2015


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Starke County Officer Arrests Bradley Austin for Failure to Register a Sex Offender

September 1, 2015
Starke County Officer Arrests Bradley Austin for Failure to Register a Sex Offender

On Monday August 31, 2015 at approximately 2:45 pm, a Deputy with the Starke County Sheriff’s Office was on routine patrol in North Judson. While on Patrol, the Deputy recognized a subject known to him as an active Sex Offender. The subject was identified as Bradley Austin (25) of Hamlet. The Deputy confirmed with...
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Triton Tidbits – 3rd Grade Practices Scientific Method

September 1, 2015
Triton Tidbits – 3rd Grade Practices Scientific Method

Third graders in Mrs. Strycker’s class at Triton Elementary School have been learning about the scientific method where scientists begin with a purpose or question, research, put together a hypothesis; or a guess about what they think will happen, experiment, analyze, and then draw conclusions.   Students created mini scientific journals and recorded information...
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Fan bus Friday for PHS vs. Warsaw football

September 1, 2015
Fan bus Friday for PHS vs. Warsaw football

There will be a fan bus to Warsaw this Friday, September 4th.  Mrs. Schuler will be the chaperone of the bus.  The bus will leave from Lincoln Jr. High at 5:50 pm. Students need to sign up on the google doc titled “Fan Bus to Warsaw”.  Please do so by end of school day on Wednesday. Remember:  ...
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Pence Statement on the Passing of Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin

September 1, 2015
Pence Statement on the Passing of Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin

Indianapolis – Governor Pence Monday issued the following statement regarding the passing of Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin. “Karen and I were saddened to learn of the passing of Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin. Sheriff Chamberlin was a dedicated public servant with more 25 years of service to his community, and his record will...
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Centennial Park has new Eagle Scout Project

August 31, 2015
Centennial Park has new Eagle Scout Project

Boy Scout Cameron Riddle of Troop 257 completed his Eagle Scout project last Friday with a successful “Need for Speed Race” at Plymouth’s Centennial Park. Nearly 100 runners and walkers participated in the race at Centennial Park.   Participants were encouraged and cheered on by Plymouth’s very own Olympian, Morgan Uceny.  Morgan graciously signed autographs...
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Riley Gear Run on Monday, Donations Accepted in Fire Boots

August 31, 2015
Riley Gear Run on Monday, Donations Accepted in Fire Boots

With Plymouth Fire Fighter John Pasley retiring in early August, volunteer firefighter Daren Miller has stepped up to handle rallying firefighters from the area to participate in this year’s Riley Gear Run. Firefighters from across Michiana; from Plymouth, Lakeville, Nappanee, South Bend, Goshen and LaPorte will be running the 15K Blueberry Stomp in full...
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“The Dynamics of Elder Abuse” presentation at CUTPL

August 31, 2015
“The Dynamics of Elder Abuse” presentation at CUTPL

Nelson Chipman, Marshall County Prosecutor, will be at the Culver-Union Township Public Library on Saturday, September 26th at 10:00 AM for a program focusing on the detection and, hopefully, the prevention of elder abuse. Chipman will share his research on the topic with the community in the hopes of raising public awareness and reaching out...
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