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Abair Arrested in Moose Parking Lot

September 27, 2015
Abair Arrested in Moose Parking Lot

A Plymouth teen was arrested last Thursday for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Moose Lodge parking lot Thursday afternoon about 2 for a subject in the parking lot with a Taser.  Officer John Weir located 19 year old Josiah Jehiel Abair and upon searching him for weapons,...
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Senator Head Announces Homework Hotline

September 27, 2015
Senator Head Announces Homework Hotline

Middle and high school students across Indiana who need extra help with math and science are invited to contact the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s free Homework Hotline by calling, chatting online or emailing with tutors. More than 30 tutors are available each night Sunday through Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. eastern time for students in grades six...
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Triton 6th Graders Practice Ancient Form of Writing

September 27, 2015
Triton 6th Graders Practice Ancient Form of Writing

Students in Mrs. Watkins’s sixth grade classroom at Triton Jr. Sr. High School learned about cuneiform writing in Social Studies and what Sumerian cuneiform is.   Students integrated art in their lesson studying the ancient Mesopotamian people and the earliest forms of writing. To get the full experience of what it was like to be a...
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Male Half of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Burglary, Dealing in Methamphetamine, and Resisting Law Enforcment

September 25, 2015
Male Half of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Burglary, Dealing in Methamphetamine, and Resisting Law Enforcment

Richard Baker Gee, 30, formerly of South Bend and currently with no address other than jail, was sentenced on September 23, 2015 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 20 years imprisonment for Burglary as a Level 2 felony; nine years of imprisonment for Conspiracy to Deal in Methamphetamine as a Level 3 felony;...
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Balloon Launch and Candlelight Vigil for Serenity

September 24, 2015
Balloon Launch and Candlelight Vigil for Serenity

Thursday evening more than 100 family members, relatives, friends and community citizens gathered in Centennial Park to honor Serenity Wilson with a balloon launch and candlelight vigil. At the sledding hill everyone lit their candles and several sky lanterns were lit and sent towards the moon shining brightly in the sky. Everyone walked from...
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Blessing & Dedication of the Daisy & John L. Oliver Emergency Center

September 24, 2015
Blessing & Dedication of the Daisy & John L. Oliver Emergency Center

More than 100 people attended the Blessing and Dedication of the Daisy and John L. Oliver Emergency Center at Saint Joseph Health Systems in Plymouth Thursday afternoon. John Zeglis, Chairman of the hospital’s board of directors said, “We are here to dedicate and bless this important new addition to our community.   A hugely expanded...
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Prevent Child Abuse Indiana- Informational Meeting to form a Marshall County Chapter

September 24, 2015
Prevent Child Abuse Indiana- Informational Meeting to form a Marshall County Chapter

In light of the recent tragedy that has rocked the community, there has been a lot of talk about prevention and what we, as a community, might be able to do in regards to prevention of child abuse and neglect.  There is a statewide organization known as Prevent Child Abuse Indiana (www.pcain.org) that has...
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WTCA News Correspondent Honored with IN Forensic Assoc. Award

September 24, 2015
WTCA News Correspondent Honored with IN Forensic Assoc. Award

WTCA AM 1050 & FM 106.1 Radio and Pilot News correspondent, Carol Anders, received a Publicity Award from the Indiana High School Forensic Association during a ceremony at their annual state meeting on September 11. The Publicity Award is given to members of the media who have consistently promoted the work of high school...
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Hamlet Man Arrested for Stolen Vehicle from Pioneer Seed

September 24, 2015
Hamlet Man Arrested for Stolen Vehicle from Pioneer Seed

On Saturday, September 19th an officer from the Plymouth Police took a report of a stolen vehicle from Pioneer Seed. Later that day Hamlet Police recovered the vehicle and arrested Thomas Berg at 5:15 P.M. On Wednesday, September 23rd Plymouth Police transferred 29 year old Thomas Berg of Hamlet to Marshall County Jail where he...
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Hoosier EBT system will have a temporary outage this weekend – September 26th & 27th

September 24, 2015
Hoosier EBT system will have a temporary outage this weekend – September 26th & 27th

There will be a temporary outage of the Hoosier Works Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) system this weekend.  The outage will be this Saturday, September 26 beginning at 11:00 p.m.  The outage is to allow the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) moves its business to a new vendor. This outage affects all SNAP/TANF EBT cardholders....
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