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Teens Take Driver’s Ed Car at Triton High School

June 4, 2014
Teens Take Driver’s Ed Car at Triton High School

06/05/14  On Tuesday, June 3rd at approximately 12:30 A.M. Bourbon Officer Matt Geiger was advised that individuals had taken what was found to be the Driver’s Education Car from the Triton High School. Officer Geiger saw three male juveniles coming from the car that was parked in a field near the school. All three...
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Coats Supports Bill to Give Veterans More Choice

June 4, 2014
Coats Supports Bill to Give Veterans More Choice

WASHINGTON, DC – In response to recent allegations about patient backlogs and unreasonable delays at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care facilities, Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Tuesday supported legislation to give veterans more options for where to receive care. The Veterans Choice Act was introduced by Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and is...
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Boyer Named Principal at Menominee Elementary

June 4, 2014
Boyer Named Principal at Menominee Elementary

During the June 3 Plymouth School Board meeting, Steven Boyer was approved as the new principal for Menominee Elementary beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. Boyer replaces Amy Gerard, who has served as interim principal since March of this year. He was appointed under a two-year contract. Boyer has been the Assistant Principal at...
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Gibson Named 2014 Distinguished Alumni

June 4, 2014
Gibson Named 2014 Distinguished Alumni

The Plymouth High School Alumni Association is proud to announce that the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award will be presented to Mr. Dave Gibson on Friday, June 20th at the annual PHS Alumni Association dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. Mr. Gibson graduated from PHS with the Class of 1960 and went on to...
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Probation Home Visit Results in Meth Arrest of 3

June 4, 2014
Probation Home Visit Results in Meth Arrest of 3

Tuesday morning the Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Team and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department were assisting the Probation Department in completing home visits.  The group went to 13917 State Road 17 near Culver to complete a home visit and in the driveway located a 1997 Pontiac in the driveway with Alex Kitts in...
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SUV Breaks Utility Pole on Oakhill Ave.

June 4, 2014
SUV Breaks Utility Pole on Oakhill Ave.

Plymouth Police investigated a single vehicle accident Monday morning at Oakhill Avenue and Freeman Street.  52 year old Patricia Ganshorn of Clark Street in Plymouth was driving a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer east on Oakhill from Nutmeg and left the roadway.  The vehicle collided with a utility pole so hard it broke the pole in...
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Fire Won’t Stop Work at the Charleston Corporation

June 3, 2014
Fire Won’t Stop Work at the Charleston Corporation

Firefighters from more than 15 different fire departments responded to the request for mutual aid from the Bremen Fire Department to battle an industrial fire on the city’s northeast side.  A 9-1-1 call was received in the Marshall County Dispatch Center at 1:37 p.m. following an explosion and ensuing fire at the Charleston Corporation...
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False Alarms at Riverside and PHS

June 3, 2014
False Alarms at Riverside and PHS

Students at Riverside Intermediate School put their fire drill practice to work today when a smoke detector in one of the hallways went off.  Staff and students evacuated the building as firefighters from the Plymouth Fire Department responded to the scene.  Within a short period of time it was determined that the smoke detector...
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Pick-up and Off-Road Utility Vehicle Collide on 7th Road, 1 Injured

June 3, 2014

Marshall County Police Officer Jordan Rans investigated a two vehicle crash Friday evening about 6:20 in the 20,000 block of 7th Road.  The crash occurred when 67 year old Kenneth Hendricks of Tulip Road was traveling west in a Honda Trailwagon off-road utility vehicle.  He intended to make a left turn into a driveway...
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New Compositions Featured at ‘Evening of Song’

June 3, 2014
New Compositions Featured at ‘Evening of Song’

Encore Performing Arts is branching out this year offering an opportunity to hear original compositions by individuals from the rural Midwest. Oscar ‘Ollie’ Erwin, a graduate of LaVille High School now attending Manchester University will be pursuing his doctorate this fall. He brought the idea for ‘Evening of Song—Original Music from Rural Mid-America’ to...
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