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Triton Student has art Selected for Scholatic Art Awards Show

January 15, 2013
Triton Student has art Selected for Scholatic Art Awards Show

 01/16/13 Gabby Cretcher, a sophomore at Triton High School had her piece of her art work selected to be included in the regional Scholastic Art Awards Show at the South Bend Museum of Art.  Her work will be on display at the museum from February 1st to March 2nd.
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Bourbon Street Pizza

January 15, 2013
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Bourbon Street Pizza

  01/16/13 Residents and staff of Miller’s Senior Living Community “hit the road” Friday to try out the new Bourbon Street Pizza restaurant located at 582 Oak Drive in Plymouth.  Lunch on the Road is a once a month activity that finds the residents dining in local restaurants.  Bourbon Street Pizza is owned by...
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Marshall County – Argos Standoff Ends with Several Arrests

January 14, 2013
Marshall County – Argos Standoff Ends with Several Arrests

  01/15/13 Shortly after 1:00 p.m. Monday members of the Indiana State Police ERS (Emergency Response Section) assisted the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and members of the Marshall County Drug Task Force and the Plymouth Police Department in serving a search warrant in rural southern Marshall County. The Argos home is located at 5663...
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HV/AC Computer Crashes at County Building

January 14, 2013
HV/AC Computer Crashes at County Building

  01/15/13 County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer and Maintenance Supervisor Doug Masterson appeared before the County Council Monday seeking a positive nod to fix a major problem with the heating and air-conditioning in the County Building. Doug Masterson said the computer that controls the hearing and air on the first and second floors of the...
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This Was Not a Test of the Warning Siren

January 14, 2013
This Was Not a Test of the Warning Siren

 01/15/13 With the spring like temperatures on Saturday many people were outside enjoying the weather.  In the afternoon folks on the south side of Plymouth heard the new weather warning siren located at the Plymouth Speedway.  There was only one problem, there was no severe weather and the siren kept going off for more...
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Sheriff’s Dept. Warns of Rash of Thefts out of Vehicles

January 14, 2013
Sheriff’s Dept. Warns of Rash of Thefts out of Vehicles

  01/15/13 For the past month the Marshall County Sheriff Department had been taking reports of simple thefts out of vehicles in the Center and West Township area.  Those areas include 12th road, State Road 17 and Lincoln Highway.  The suspect(s) are entering unlocked vehicles and taking change and small items.  On occasions they...
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Ancilla College to Offer Financial Aid Workshops

January 14, 2013
Ancilla College to Offer Financial Aid Workshops

  01/15/13 Ancilla College is offering free financial aid workshops at a variety of regional locations before the March 10th Federal Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) deadline. Financial aid and admissions counselors will be available to help with planning, answer questions and provide information at the following events: Wednesday, January 16  -  Knox High School  -...
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Thefts from Several Vehicles on Lincoln Highway

January 14, 2013
Thefts from Several Vehicles on Lincoln Highway

  01/15/13  On Saturday, January 12th, Marshall County Deputy Rob Hafke took several theft reports from home owners in the 17,000 and 18,000 block of Lincoln Highway.  Unknown persons entered unlocked vehicles and stole an assortment of items from M & M’s to cash, a Carhart Jacket, Garmin GPS and other electronics.  Anyone with...
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Announcing this year’s ONE BOOK/ONE TOWN – MARSHALL COUNTY!

January 14, 2013
Announcing this year’s ONE BOOK/ONE TOWN – MARSHALL COUNTY!

  01/15/13 The committee for One Book/One Town announced this year’s book selection, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer.  The book discussion, sponsored by the Friends of the Plymouth Public Library will be held at the library on Sunday, March 17th at 2 p.m.  This book is a powerful...
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FLU-RELATED DEATHS REACH 21 IN INDIANA

January 14, 2013
FLU-RELATED DEATHS REACH 21 IN INDIANA

  01/15/13 The number of flu-related deaths in Indiana has now reached 21. Health officials say two of the deaths occurred in individuals younger than 18 years of age. No official shortages of the influenza vaccine have been reported, state health officials say; however, it may be more difficult to find the vaccine due...
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