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Digital Disaster Prep: Are You Ready?

September 8, 2014
Digital Disaster Prep: Are You Ready?

Smartphones offer a world of knowledge and information at your fingertips. Keeping your phone at hand is second nature, so why not take the time to turn it into a life-saving device in times of emergencies? Disaster preparedness begins with knowing your risks, making a communications plan and having an emergency supply kit with...
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Three duck hunters cited for taking waterfowl out of season (Noble County)

September 8, 2014
Three duck hunters cited for taking waterfowl out of season (Noble County)

Indiana Conservation Officers cited three Indiana men for the illegal taking of wood ducks during closed season on Saturday, September 6, 2014 on Knepper Marsh located on the Tri County Fish and Wildlife Area. Ryan Stork, 25, of Goshen, Russell Brown II, 27 of South Bend, and Taylor Vervidh, 24, of Elkhart were each...
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Biddle Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

September 7, 2014
Biddle Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

Brock Biddle, 28, of Plymouth, was sentenced Thursday (September 4, 2014) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine near Webster School in Plymouth. In open court, Biddle admitted that on February 4, 2014, he had been manufacturing methamphetamine at his home on Loon Court. Judge Robert O. Bowen...
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August Jail Report

September 7, 2014
August Jail Report

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the August Activity Report. The Top Ten offenses for citizens being booked into the Marshall County Jail were number 10 Public Intoxication, number 9 Domestic Battery, 8th Probation Violation, 7th Battery and 6th Marijuana. The top five reasons are fifth – Theft, 4th was Failure to Appear, 3rd...
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Wall of Honor Ceremony at Plymouth Armory

September 7, 2014
Wall of Honor Ceremony at Plymouth Armory

Saturday morning family, friends and fellow soldiers of Specialist Arronn D. Fields was honored with a Wall of Honor Ceremony at the Plymouth Armory. Retired Colonel John Bailey welcomed those in attendance and introduced the official party which included Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter, District 17 State Representative Tim Harmon, Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and several...
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County Council Conducts 2015 Budget Adoption

September 7, 2014
County Council Conducts 2015 Budget Adoption

This morning the Marshall County Council will meet for their regular monthly meeting. This meeting will also include the Special Unit budget adoptions, the non-binding reviews of many units of government and the 2015 Budget Adoption. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The first...
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Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

September 7, 2014
Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

Thursday evening about 8:30 Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to two female shoplifters. The women have been detained by Wal-Mart loss prevention. Officer Enyart took both 18 year old Bethany A. Woolet and 20 year old Mercedes Lee Pierce, both of Plymouth, into custody and transported...
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Big Red Golf Outings Donate to PHS Athletics

September 7, 2014
Big Red Golf Outings Donate to PHS Athletics

Both the men’s and women’s Big Red Golf Outings took place this past August at the Plymouth Country Club. The women, under the corporate leadership of Jan Star, donated $2000 to the girls’ athletic program. Assistant Athletic Director, John Scott said, “Their faithful donation each year is appreciated greatly by the Plymouth Athletic Department.”...
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Accepting Applications for Operation Round Up® Grant

September 7, 2014
Accepting Applications for Operation Round Up® Grant

Marshall County REMC’s Operation Round Up® fund has granted over $16,000 to local community organizations since the program started in July of 2013. The Operation Round Up® board wants to continue that positive effect on the community by encouraging organizations to apply for a grant. The board will be accepting applications until October 7....
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March of Dimes, Indiana Hospital Association Recognize SJRMC’s Work to Improve

September 5, 2014
March of Dimes, Indiana Hospital Association Recognize SJRMC’s Work to Improve

March of Dimes and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recognized Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s (SJRMC) Plymouth and Mishawaka locations at the Indiana Perinatal Hospital Summit today for their work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. “At SJRMC we recognize that the last...
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