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Commissioners Approve EMA Grant Agreement & Discuss County Dams

December 4, 2014
Commissioners Approve EMA Grant Agreement & Discuss County Dams

Clyde Avery, the Marshall County Emergency Management Director updated the commissioners on the 2014 Competitive Grant. Avery said, “We have received the sub-grant agreement from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security regarding the 2014 Competitive Grant Funding. That amount is for $8,485.29.” Avery said they have identified two projects to use the funds for,...
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Ancilla Baseball Helps Blessings in a Backpack

December 4, 2014
Ancilla Baseball Helps Blessings in a Backpack

Wednesday evening 30 member of the Ancilla College Baseball Team participated in a community service event at Memories Banquet Hall. The baseball team helped Chris Garner and Ellen Stillson founders of Blessings in a Backpack. This program distributes weekend food to needy children during the school year. Each child received 2 breakfast items, 2...
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Knox Resident Tony Clemons Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine

December 4, 2014
Knox Resident Tony Clemons Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine

Tony Clemons, Jr., 36, of rural Knox, was sentenced Thursday, December 4, in Marshall Superior Court Number 1 to 10 years imprisonment for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine at a residence on 8th Road in Marshall County. In open court, Clemons admitted he had actively assisted in the manufacture of methamphetamine on several occasions at...
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Maggie Kubley to Preform at Miller’s Senior Living on Sunday

December 4, 2014
Maggie Kubley to Preform at Miller’s Senior Living on Sunday

Plymouth native Maggie Kubley will appear in concert Sunday, December 7th at 1:30 p.m. at Miller’s Senior Living Community. Maggie is a PHS graduate and is the daughter of Dr. Jon and Mary Kubley. She is the grand-daughter of the late Dr. James Kubley and his wife Katie Kubley. Katie who resides at the...
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JAG Program at PHS Donated to Homeless Heros

December 4, 2014
JAG Program at PHS Donated to Homeless Heros

The JAG program, Job’s for America’s Graduates, is new to Plymouth High School this year. As a community service project the group was able to collected 460 donated items for their first ever Homeless Heroes Drive! JAG students challenged PHS students to donate items with the winning Student Resource Time class with the most...
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Triton Biology Students Learn About Cells

December 4, 2014
Triton Biology Students Learn About Cells

AP Biology students in Mrs. Dawn Slein’s class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School designed their own “cell” to learn how the surface area to volume ratio affect diffusion rates. Congratulations to Courtney Slone for making the cell with fastest diffusion rate!
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JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EMPLOYEES CLEARED IN PCSC INVESTIGATION

December 4, 2014
JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EMPLOYEES CLEARED IN PCSC INVESTIGATION

A 2-week-plus internal investigation conducted by the Plymouth Community School Corporation has revealed no wrong doing by two employees of Jefferson Elementary School. On Friday November 14th, Plymouth Community School Corporation placed Mrs. Angie Mills, the Principal at Jefferson Elementary School, along with a Jefferson teacher on paid leave due to an internal investigation...
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City Attorney Gives Opinion on Stockberger Cement Mixer Business

December 4, 2014
City Attorney Gives Opinion on Stockberger Cement Mixer Business

Carl Stockbeger’s property at the corner of Western Avenue and Pilgrim Lane was discussed again during Tuesday night’s City Plan Commission meeting. A few members of the commission have voiced concern of the cement mixer business located there. Their contention is that the business is a salvage operation and therefore is not a permitted...
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Plymouth School Board Approved Contract Extensions and Raises

December 4, 2014
Plymouth School Board Approved Contract Extensions and Raises

During a regular meeting on December 2, the Plymouth School Board unanimously approved contract extensions and raises for administrators. The raises ranged from 1.2 percent to 2.7 percent. Contract considerations were given for adherence to the salary schedule, leaves, miscellaneous benefits, insurance benefits and retirement/severance benefits. Responding to a request for a clarification by...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Battery to Officer

December 3, 2014
South Bend Man Arrested for Battery to Officer

Tuesday evening Plymouth police offers were dispatched to the local Wal-Mart for a male subject who was drinking alcohol in the store. Officer Matthew Emenhiser arrived on scene and made contact with 49 year old Mark W. Russo from South Bend who was sitting outside the store. Mr. Russo appeared to be highly intoxicated...
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