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Plymouth Police Investigating Armed Robbery

March 2, 2016
Plymouth Police Investigating Armed Robbery

On Monday, February 29 at 8:36 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a 911 report regarding an Armed Robbery that had just taken place a short time earlier on the north side of Plymouth.  The suspects had left the area. Officers met with the victim and witnesses at McDonalds and learned that the victim...
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Bremen Man Arrested for Car Theft

March 2, 2016
Bremen Man Arrested for Car Theft

18 year old Denny Jesus Perez Cardenas of Bremen was arrested early Wednesday morning on multiple felony charges. About 3:30 in the morning Bremen Police Officer Wes Askins was investigating a suspicious person in the complaint in the 1100 block of West Plymouth Street. Officers located Denny Cardenas and arrested him on charges of...
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Plymouth Schools Begin Hiring Process for 12 New Employees

March 2, 2016
Plymouth Schools Begin Hiring Process for 12 New Employees

Plymouth Community School Superintendent Dan Tyree was granted approval from the school board to begin the hiring process. Tyree said they have 9 retirements for next year and a couple of teachers have already given notice that they are moving and won’t be returning or the 2016-17 school year. The Plymouth Schools will be...
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Kindergarten Roundup for Plymouth Schools March 22nd

March 2, 2016
Kindergarten Roundup for Plymouth Schools March 22nd

Plymouth Community School Corporation will host the 2016 Kindergarten Roundup on Tuesday, March 22. Two sessions will be offered; 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at each of the four elementary schools. Families need only attend one session. During the hour-long Kindergarten Roundup, parents will meet with administrators and...
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Indiana Main Street/Discover Plymouth Meeting

March 2, 2016
Indiana Main Street/Discover Plymouth Meeting

In 2015 a group of downtown business owners and community members met to talk about downtown Plymouth and learn about a state sponsored initiative called Main Street. The Main Street initiative encourages the revitalization and restoration of downtown areas in Indiana cities and towns. The program provides technical assistance and educational opportunities to participating...
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McFarland Warrant Recalled, Rose Still Wanted

March 2, 2016
McFarland Warrant Recalled, Rose Still Wanted

Marshall County Police are seeking the public’s assistance in located a couple of wanted men. Jason Michael McFarland of Mishawaka is wanted for a Contempt of Court charge.  A body attachment has been issued for him with a $7,000 cash bond. If you have information about the whereabouts of Jason McFarland, please call the...
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TV Star Visits Country Auto

March 2, 2016
TV Star Visits Country Auto

Employees at Country Auto in Plymouth had an old TV star stop by for some service this week. Salesmen Dan Winkle and Jeff Odell thought a man asking for the service department looked familiar and when then found out his name, Larry Wilcox they used Google to figure out who he was.  If that...
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Ancilla Ads 5 New Associate Degrees

March 2, 2016
Ancilla Ads 5 New Associate Degrees

The Ancilla College Board of Trustees has approved five new associate degree programs. The college says the additions are another step in its growth and represent more options and opportunities for students. Students can now earn degrees in Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism, Religious Studies, Sports Management and Theology. The additions mean Ancilla now offers...
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Ancilla Offers use of iStan to Health Community

March 2, 2016
Ancilla Offers use of iStan to Health Community

Padraig Marshall, Ancilla College’s new simulation technician, was an LPN medic for a combat unit of the U.S. Army. Marshall now runs Ancilla College’s, iStan, patient simulator. Considered to be the most advanced wireless patient simulator available, iStan helps nursing students at the two-year, private college complete patient care scenarios with no risk, said...
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Bicentennial Note:

March 2, 2016
Bicentennial Note:

On this day, March 2nd 1933, the Indiana General Assembly adopted the cardinal as the official state bird of the State of Indiana. Also known as the redbird, the cardinal is the state bird of seven states: Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. The bright red males are easily spotted,...
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