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PHS Grad to Represent Illinois in Mrs. America Pagent

April 23, 2014
PHS Grad to Represent Illinois in Mrs. America Pagent

04/24/14 After snagging the state title at a pageant in Elgin IL on April 19, Nicole Elizabeth (Rash) Cook of Geneva, formerly of Plymouth will represent Illinois in the Mrs. America pageant this summer. Cook, a Spanish teacher at Bridges Montessori Academy in St. Charles, said she is honored and blessed to have been...
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US News and World Report Ranks PHS 12th in the State

April 23, 2014
US News and World Report Ranks PHS 12th in the State

  04/24/14 Plymouth High School has been named one of the top schools in the state of Indiana on the US News and World Report Best High Schools 2014 list. They ranked PHS number 12 for the state. Nationally they ranked number 1050. This is the third time in the last seven years that...
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Bremen Post Will Participate in DEA Drug Take Back Day

April 23, 2014
Bremen Post Will Participate in DEA Drug Take Back Day

04/24/14 Marshall County – On Saturday, April 26 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is sponsoring the eighth nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative. The initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. Collection sites will be set up nationwide for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs to be disposed of for destruction. This...
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Man Walks Lincoln Highway to Raise Awareness of the Highway & Alzhiemers

April 23, 2014
Man Walks Lincoln Highway to Raise Awareness of the Highway & Alzhiemers

Jeff Blair will be walking on the Lincoln Highway beginning April 25th leaving Dyer, Indiana on the Indiana/Illinois border and head east along the 1928 version of the first transcontinental highway…THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY.  He will end this journey walking to the Indiana/Ohio border on May 5. 04/24/14 His objectives for this walk are four...
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Walorski Statement on South Bend Airport Expansion

April 23, 2014
Walorski Statement on South Bend Airport Expansion

04/24/14 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement after the South Bend Regional Airport announced Wednesday plans to add international flights to their facility and become South Bend International. “Becoming an international airport is no small feat. With an estimated economic impact of $100 million dollars by delivering an additional...
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Traffic Stops by County Officer Lead to Arrests

April 23, 2014
Traffic Stops by County Officer Lead to Arrests

04/23/14 On Monday April 21, Patrolman Bryant with the Marshall County Police conducted a traffic stop on two vehicles in the area of U.S. 30 and Oak Road for speeding. One of the vehicles was a blue passenger car. The Officer made contact with the driver, identified as Justine Ambrose, and detected an overwhelming...
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PHS Employee Resigns, Rumors were Inaccurate

April 23, 2014
PHS Employee Resigns, Rumors were Inaccurate

An employee of the Plymouth Community School Corporation resigned earlier this month and was escorted off school property by the School Resource Officer.  WTCA has received several requests to investigate the removal of an employee at Plymouth High School.  Because it is a personnel matter, there is limited information that can be released. We...
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Wanted Suspect Located Hiding in Closet

April 22, 2014
Wanted Suspect Located Hiding in Closet

04/23/14 On the morning of Monday, April 21st information was obtained by the Plymouth Police Department regarding the location of Zachary Bradley. Three Arrest Warrants had been issued for 22 year old Zachary Bradley whose address is 12th Road in Plymouth. City officers went to a residence in the 600 block of West Adams...
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Car Hit by Train on Redwood Road

April 22, 2014
Car Hit by Train on Redwood Road

Monday night just after 10 a car was struck by a train on Redwood Road north of 1st Road.  County Officer Rob Hafke said the 2001 Honda 4-door was southbound on Redwood north of 1st Road when it crashed into the railroad tracks consequently getting stuck on the tracks.  The registered owner told Officer...
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Air and Ground Search for Florescent Pink Paper Aircraft this Saturday in Marshall County

April 22, 2014
Air and Ground Search for Florescent Pink Paper Aircraft this Saturday in Marshall County

04/23/14 Weather permitting, on Saturday, April 26, the Fox Valley Composite Squadron (a unit of the Civil Air Patrol based in West Chicago, IL) will perform air and ground searches for a high-altitude balloon payload that went missing in Marshall County, Indiana. The public’s assistance is also requested and a reward will be issued...
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