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Fulton Standoff Ends with Gun Shots

March 28, 2013
Fulton Standoff Ends with Gun Shots

  03/29/13 A police standoff in the small town of Fulton ended around midnight Wednesday, March 28th with the suspect being shot and airlifted from the site. Indiana State Police confirm the suspect,  Nicholas Westerhoff, 46, emerged from his trailer in the 300 block of West Brown Street around midnight Wednesday and fired shots at...
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Community Foundation and United Way solicit nominations for Leadership Marshall County’s Leader of the Year Award

March 28, 2013
Community Foundation and United Way solicit nominations for Leadership Marshall County’s Leader of the Year Award

  03/29/13 Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a program of the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, requests nominations for the Leader of the Year Award which recognizes an individual who exemplifies outstanding leadership in Marshall County.  The award recipient will receive an engraved plaque and an award check in the...
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Mark Neidig Sr. Keynote Speaker at Prayer Breakfast

March 28, 2013
Mark Neidig Sr. Keynote Speaker at Prayer Breakfast

  03/29/13 Mayor Mark Senter is happy to announce the keynote speaker for the 2013 Annual Prayer Breakfast to be held on Thursday, May 2nd at 6:30 am at Christos’ Banquet Center.  The keynote speaker this year will be Mr. Mark Neidig Sr.  Mark is the Executive Director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation,...
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Optimists hear about Blessings in a Backpack

March 28, 2013
Optimists hear about Blessings in a Backpack

  03/29/13 The Plymouth Optimists welcomed Chris Garner and Ellen Stillson to their weekly meeting to speak about a program dear to their hearts called “Blessings in a Backpack.” It provides food for the week-ends to children who may not have enough to eat for a variety of reasons. Blessings is a program designed...
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THREE YEARS LATER: WALORSKI HIGHLIGHTS LOCAL IMPACT OF OBAMACARE

March 28, 2013
THREE YEARS LATER: WALORSKI HIGHLIGHTS LOCAL IMPACT OF OBAMACARE

  03/29/13 In recognition of the three-year anniversary of the President’s Health Care Law last Satruday, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) visited Complexus Medical to hear about the impact of Obamacare on Michiana businesses. “The medical device tax is just one example of bad policy to burden innovators, eliminate good-paying jobs, and endanger quality care. ...
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Community Good Friday Service

March 28, 2013
Community Good Friday Service

  03/29/13/ On Good Friday Evening at 7:00pm,   The Marshall County Christian Ministerial Association will celebrate a Tenebrae Service at the First United Church of Christ, 315 North Center Street in Plymouth.    Everyone is welcome as the Christian congregations come together to hold prayer on the day of the commemoration of the LORD’S death.
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NEWS ALERT–Car-Pedistrian accident this morning injures victums

March 28, 2013
NEWS ALERT–Car-Pedistrian accident this morning injures victums

   This morning around 8AM at the intersection of Center and Jefferson streets in Plymouth, a car-pedestrian accident occurred.   It involved a male driver and two pedestrians.  One of the victims hit was taken to St. Joe Regional Medical Center.   The driver refused medical attention.  A second pedestrian complained of pain to...
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Warsaw Teen Arrested on Alcohol Charges

March 27, 2013
Warsaw Teen Arrested on Alcohol Charges

  03/28/13  On Tuesday, March 26th at approximately 9:30 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller conduct a traffic stop at Oak Drive and Jefferson Street on a vehicle that failed to yield to traffic.  During the investigation 18 year old Rueben J. Delion of Warsaw was arrested on charges of Illegal Transportation of Alcohol...
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House Passes Bill to Cap Pseudoephedrine Purchase

March 27, 2013

03/28/13 Hoosier allergy sufferers will soon face tougher limits on how much over-the-counter cold medication they can purchase.  A bill to set an annual cap on pseudoephedrine purchases passed the house by a vote of 91-1.  The goal of the legislation is to curb the manufacture of methamphetamine by dampening the supply of one of...
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Optimist Essay contest winner Ashley Combs

March 27, 2013
Optimist Essay contest winner Ashley Combs

  03/28/13 The Plymouth Optimist Club was honored to have Ashley Combs at their March 19th meeting to read her winning Essay “How Can I Help my Friends Realize Their Value.”  After reading her essay, she was presented a $100 check from the Essay Chair Nickie Weidner. Ashley’s essay will now be judged at...
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