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Week One: Tornado Relief In Indiana

March 12, 2012
Week One: Tornado Relief In Indiana

   03/13/12 It’s been more than a week since an F4 tornado ripped through several communities in Southern Indiana. The response has shifted from relief to recovery, clean-up, temporary housing and schools. Many organizations and companies have sent teams to aid in this process, which some predict will last from 12-24 months. The Salvation...
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Fire Still Smoking 24 Hours Later

March 11, 2012
Fire Still Smoking 24 Hours Later

  03/12/12 Folks from as far away as Culver, LaPaz and Walkerton could see black smoke billowing in the sky Saturday afternoon as the Liberty Street Depot in Plymouth caught fire and was completely destroyed.   A 9-1-1 call about 4:45 sent the Plymouth Fire Department to the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty...
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County Council Meeting Monday

March 11, 2012
County Council Meeting Monday

    03/12/12 The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The agenda includes the transfer request of Sheriff Tom Chamberlin from PERF to Lake Enforcement.  Additional appropriations include the Commissioner’s request to transfer $10,000 from Special CAGIT to Right-of-Way Purchase...
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Plymouth Police Arrests

March 11, 2012
Plymouth Police Arrests

  03/12/12 On Wednesday, March 7th at 5:01pm, Corporal Bridget Hite of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive in reference to a male shoplifter.  Blake C. Simpson of Knox was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked for theft, and given a...
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Intoxicated Female Located in Home

March 11, 2012
Intoxicated Female Located in Home

  03/12/12 On Friday March 2nd, Marshall County Police, LaPaz EMS and the LaPaz Fire Department were dispatched to the 2,000 Block of US 31, just south of LaPaz in reference to an unknown female that had entered an occupied residence and had appeared to be under the influence.  Upon arrival officers found the...
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Montgomery Nominated for “Man of the Year”

March 11, 2012
Montgomery Nominated for “Man of the Year”

  03/12/12 John Montgomery, a Plymouth resident and part-owner of Coffee Lodge and Bakery, was recently nominated for “Man of the Year” from the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Montgomery, currently an IUSB student studying marketing, has been in remission for several years from the leukemia that first showed up in his body when he was...
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Fire Destroys 400 Pennsylvania Avenue

March 10, 2012
Fire Destroys 400 Pennsylvania Avenue

03/12/12 Multiple fire department from Marshall and surrounding counties are currently working a fire in the former Wagoner Wire or United Technologies building Saturday afternoon. The 9-1-1 call came in about 4:45 of smoke billowing from the west side of the building. The high winds caused the fire fire to spread rather rapidly.  ...
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TEENAGE MOUNTAIN CLIMBER OF THE WORLD’S SEVEN HIGHEST SUMMITS BRINGS TALES OF TEAMWORK AND ADVENTURE

March 9, 2012
TEENAGE MOUNTAIN CLIMBER OF THE WORLD’S SEVEN HIGHEST SUMMITS BRINGS TALES OF TEAMWORK AND ADVENTURE

3/12/12 Like many other mountain climbers, Jordan Romero has scaled the highest summits on all seven continents in the world. But unlike all of them, Jordan began his quest to achieve that dream (and set the first of many world records) at the age of 10, and completed it by age 15 (yet another...
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Purdue Extension & Master Gardners offer Lawn & Landscape Series

March 9, 2012
Purdue Extension & Master Gardners offer Lawn & Landscape Series

03/12/12 The Marshall County Master Gardener Association and Purdue Extension Office is offering a five evening series on landscape basics, lawn care, managing your trees and shrubs, growing flowers, and gardening.  This educational series will be held at the Plymouth Public Library, 201 North Center Street, Plymouth on Thursday, March 22, in Laramore B,...
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Local Students Honored at Culver

March 9, 2012
Local Students Honored at Culver

     03/12/12 Culver Academies recently released local student who have received either a Gold A or Silver A award for the grades.  The Gold A is attained with a two-term cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale), no grade lower than a B+, and are Citizenship eligible. The award...
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