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FLU VACCINE LESS EFFECTIVE THAN THOUGHT, BUT STILL HELPFUL

March 4, 2013
FLU VACCINE LESS EFFECTIVE THAN THOUGHT, BUT STILL HELPFUL

  03/05/13 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced last week that this season’s flu vaccine is less effective than previously reported—showing 56 percent overall effectiveness for children and adults up to age 64 and only 9 percent effectiveness for adults 65 and older. Sixty-one flu-related deaths have now been reported in...
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Indiana State Police Accepting Applications for Troopers until Mar. 31

March 4, 2013
Indiana State Police Accepting Applications for Troopers until Mar. 31

  03/05/13 The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for the 73rd Recruit Academy. Individuals who are interested in a rewarding career as a Trooper with the Indiana State Police may apply online at http://www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm. This website provides detailed information about the application process and other important information about the Indiana State Police....
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Winter Storm Watch In Effect from Tuesday morning thru Tuesday night.

March 4, 2013
Winter Storm Watch In Effect from Tuesday morning thru Tuesday night.

  03/04/13 The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued a Winter Storm Watch, which is in effect from Tuesday morning through late Tuesday night. Light snow is expected to develop toward Tuesday morning but accumulations are expected to be minimal through the sunrise. Snow will increase in coverage and intensity during the...
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Officer Locates Working Meth Lab in Vehicle

March 3, 2013
Officer Locates Working Meth Lab in Vehicle

  03/04/13  On Thursday, February 28th at 1:52 p.m. Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop for a traffic violation at Oak Drive and Jefferson Street.   During the investigation of the traffic stop Officer Weir spoke with the driver and detected a strong odor of chemicals coming from...
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Federal Court Sanctions Plaintiff Who Sued City’s K-9 Unit

March 3, 2013
Federal Court Sanctions Plaintiff Who Sued City’s K-9 Unit

03/04/13 On Wednesday, Federal Judge Tanya Walton Pratt entered an order sanctioning Kevin D. Miller, the plaintiff in a lawsuit filed last year against the City of Plymouth’s K-9 Unit. The Court ordered Mr. Miller to pay the City $810.43 in attorney’s fees and expenses and prohibited him from making any further filings against...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday

March 3, 2013
Commissioners Meeting Monday

  03/04/13 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Proposed agenda for the meeting includes an update by Mike Lintner from the Marshall Starke Development Center and Superior Court II Judge, Dean Colvin will discuss an employee contract with Court Services. ...
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Plymouth Police Reports

March 3, 2013
Plymouth Police Reports

  03/04/13  On Thursday, February 28th at 3:40 p.m. Officer Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference for a shoplifter. Upon arriving to the scene 24 year old, William D. Freck of Plymouth was arrested for theft and was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked...
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Pilgrims WIN their 35th Sectional in team history

March 3, 2013
Pilgrims WIN their 35th Sectional in team history

  Three games in three nights proved a tall order for either South Bend St. Joseph or the Plymouth Pilgrims in the Championship Game of the Sectionals.   Not since 2010, had the Pilgrims captured a Sectional title until Saturday nights 74-45 win over the Indians.   “I’m just so proud of this boys”, said...
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New Sound System in the County Building

March 3, 2013
New Sound System in the County Building

  03/04/13 The Marshall County Commissioners have taken a step in improving the sound in the second floor meeting room.  Last week ESCO, the company that did the video conferencing for the jail and improvements in Judge Bowen’s Court room was asked to look at the sound system in the second floor meeting room. ...
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Captain ISTEP and Test Buster Make Stop at Riverside

March 3, 2013
Captain ISTEP and Test Buster Make Stop at Riverside

    03/04/13 Friday afternoon Captain ISTEP and his sidekick Test Buster made their annual visit to Riverside Intermediate School in preparation for this week’s ISTEP testing.   Fifth and sixth grade students were cheered into the school’s gymnasium with high-fives and rock-in music.  The convocation was to get the students excited and prepared...
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