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Triton Students Go Caroling

December 23, 2014
Triton Students Go Caroling

The second grade students at Triton Elementary School along with their teachers, Ms. Karly Biddle, Mrs. Samanth Phenix, and Mrs. Denise Voreis, went caroling in downtown Bourbon to share the joy of the season. The students then stopped by the Triton administration office to sing for the staff there. Superintendent Donna Burroughs accompanied the singers...
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Sheriff & Coroner Release Name of Victim

December 22, 2014
Sheriff & Coroner Release Name of Victim

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has identified the young, white female body that was found about 8 a.m. Friday morning on 5th Road between Hawthorn and Grape Roads. An autopsy Monday morning in Fort Wayne has confirmed the body to be that of 15 year old Desiray Ann Kathryn Jones of Bremen. Marshall County...
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Mayor Senter Highlights City Snow Removal Ordinance

December 22, 2014
Mayor Senter Highlights City Snow Removal Ordinance

Each month Mayor Mark Senter highlights a city ordinance for the WTCA listeners.  This month he is highlighting snow removal. Senter said, “This is just a reminder.   People often forget during the first major snowfall the city ordinance about keeping the sidewalk cleared of snow. It is the duty of every owner, lessee or...
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County Board of Finance Meeting

December 22, 2014

The Marshall County Board of Finance has announced a meeting for Wednesday, December 24th at 8:30 a.m. in room 203 of the Marshall County Building. The purpose of the meeting is to approve and sign a revised resolution and signature card designating Teachers Credit Union (TCU) as the depository for Marshall County from January...
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Pentecost Arrested for Auto Theft & Resisting

December 22, 2014
Pentecost Arrested for Auto Theft & Resisting

On Friday, December 19th at approximately 4:30 P.M. the Plymouth Police Department received a call of a suspicious male that left a vehicle behind Breeding Farm Supply. The witness described the male and advised he left the area on foot. Officer’s located an individual matching the suspect’s description walking on Jefferson Street at Oak Drive. The...
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Eisenhour Home Improvements to offer Remodeling Classes Saturday’s in January

December 22, 2014
Eisenhour Home Improvements to offer Remodeling Classes Saturday’s in January

Al Eisenhour, owner of Eisenhour Home Improvements in Plymouth, will be holding Remodeling Classes on all the Saturday’s in January (January 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st, 2015). The classes will be held at Al Eisenhour’s shop, located at 14680 Lincoln Highway, west of Plymouth. These classes will run from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m....
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Autopsy provides victim ID

December 22, 2014

An autopsy performed today on the remains of a young woman found near Bremen Friday has provided a positive identification. The victim was positively identified as 15-year-old Desirae Ann Kathryn Jones from Bremen. The primary cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma. A walker discovered Jones’ body just off Fifth Road...
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Students and Parents Invited to PHS Financial Aid Night and PSAT Score Report Presentation

December 22, 2014
Students and Parents Invited to PHS Financial Aid Night and PSAT Score Report Presentation

The annual Plymouth High School Financial Aid Night will be held Wednesday, January 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. As the costs of college and vocational/technical schools continue to increase, students and their parents are searching for ways to finance their education.  Therefore, Financial Aid Night is an important meeting for seniors and their parents...
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Attorney General Zoeller propose legislation to protect Hoosiers from identity theft, data breaches

December 22, 2014
Attorney General Zoeller propose legislation to protect  Hoosiers from identity theft, data breaches

In response to growing concerns about online privacy and data protection, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller Monday announced a legislative proposal to provide greater safeguards of Hoosiers’ personal and financial information online. Zoeller’s proposal has three main components aimed at providing stricter requirements for the safe storage of sensitive data, reducing harm to consumers...
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ACLU of Indiana Challenges South Bend Social Media Ordinance

December 22, 2014
ACLU of Indiana Challenges South Bend Social Media Ordinance

Indianapolis-A lawsuit filed Monday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on behalf of South Bend Common Council President and 6th District Council member Oliver Davis challenges a recently-passed city ordinance that regulates both publicly controlled and privately maintained social media, Internet and electronic communications of council members, saying the ordinance violates the...
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