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Dozens of PHS students Job Shadow Teachers

April 14, 2016
Dozens of PHS students Job Shadow Teachers

On April 13, Plymouth Community School Corporation schools participated in an all-day, job shadowing event to help more than 30 Future Teachers of America FTA Plymouth High School members get an inside view of the daily realities of being a teacher. Suzette Read, the PHS FTA club sponsor said the annual field trip has been going on...
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Top prizes on new Scratch-off are tax free – and there’s 135 of them!

April 14, 2016
Top prizes on new Scratch-off are tax free – and there’s 135 of them!

If you win one of the $10,000 top prizes on the Hoosier Lottery’s newest Scratch-off, the Hoosier Lottery will pay the taxes for you! The new game is called Tax Free $10 Grand and its in stores now. The $10 Scratch-off boasts 135 top prizes, and the Hoosier Lottery is picking up the tab for the...
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United Way of Marshall County Announces Annual Meeting at PCC

April 14, 2016
United Way of Marshall County Announces Annual Meeting at PCC

The United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) 2016 Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 11:30 am in the lower level of the Auditorium on the PCC Campus (Plymouth Community Church, 11802 Lincoln Hwy) in Plymouth, IN. The public is invited to attend.
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PHS Grads Furthering their Education

April 14, 2016
PHS Grads Furthering their Education

Cooperative agreements between colleges and the Plymouth High School may be one of the major factors in more students pursuing high education. PHS Guidance Counselor, John Fishback, and PHS Principal, Jim Condon, compared the graduating classes of 2014 and those in 2015 in a report to the school board on April 12. Fishback said...
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Fire at 422 West Garro Street

April 14, 2016
Fire at 422 West Garro Street

Wednesday night Plymouth firefighters were called to a structure fire at 433 West Garro Street, the former Franklin Scrap yard. Firefighters arrived on the scene, just a couple of minutes from the initial call because they were at their Wednesday night fire meeting.  The building was fully engulfed with flames through the roof of...
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Arrested for Marijuana

April 13, 2016
Arrested for Marijuana

Sunday afternoon about 2 Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department stopped a vehicle at US 30 and Pioneer for disobeying a traffic control device. After speaking to the occupants Officer Weir walked his K9 partner Jax abound the vehicle.  Jax indicated the presence of narcotics.  Officers located suspected marijuana. Arrested were 35...
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Bremen Woman Drowns in Drainage Ditch

April 13, 2016
Bremen Woman Drowns in Drainage Ditch

A Bremen woman died Wednesday morning following a car accident on 9B Road east of Gumwood. Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said 57 year old Carolyn Dill of Bremen was traveling east bound on Gumwood Road when her vehicle left the roadway on the north side and rolled upside down in a drainage ditch...
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Arrests for Probation Violation

April 13, 2016
Arrests for Probation Violation

Probation violations continue to be in the top 10 of reasons why people are booked into the Marshall County Jail. On Monday Plymouth Police Officer arrested three more individuals for probation violations. Officer Bob DeLee responded to the Marshall County Probation Department at 2:25 to pick up 22 year old William R. Swihart of...
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Sunday Arrests by County Police Officers

April 13, 2016
Sunday Arrests by County Police Officers

A man from Van Nuys California was arrested Sunday morning about 1 after a County Police Officer stopped him for a traffic violation at State Road 10 new Nutmeg Road. 24 year old Mousheg Hovhannisyan was arrested for Operating A Vehicle While Intoxicated Engendering A Person and Operating With a BAC of .08 or...
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The Indiana Department of Insurance Warns Hoosiers to Be Aware of Non-Compliant ACA Plans

April 13, 2016
The Indiana Department of Insurance Warns Hoosiers to Be Aware of Non-Compliant ACA Plans

Indianapolis – The Indiana Department of Insurance warns Hoosiers not to fall prey to high-pressure telemarketers selling short-term health insurance products that are not compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Be aware that these telemarketers will make promises they cannot deliver and you, the consumer, will suffer the penalty. The Indiana Department of...
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