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Blessings in a Backpack Looks to End Hunger

March 10, 2014
Blessings in a Backpack Looks to End Hunger

  PLYMOUTH – When the school bell rings at the end of the day on Friday, for many Plymouth children that means a long weekend of hunger.  Volunteers at Blessings in a Backpack hope to end that routine for as many children as possible. Blessings in a Backpack is a program that provides food...
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Walorski’s Upcoming Office Hours

March 10, 2014
Walorski’s Upcoming Office Hours

03/11/14 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski’s staff will be holding upcoming office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business.  Walorski’s staff will be in LaPorte on Wednesday, at the Syracuse Town Hall on Wednesday from 9 to noon and I the Plymouth Common Council Chambers on Wednesday from 1 till4.  Staff members will be...
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EMA Warns of Severe Weather

March 10, 2014
EMA Warns of Severe Weather

    Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery is warning citizens of possible severe weather this week. The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana has issued a Winter Storm Watch which is in effect from late Tuesday night through Wednesday afternoon.  Snow is expected to develop around midnight Tuesday and continue into Wednesday morning. ...
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Improving Criminal Justice Reform

March 10, 2014
Improving Criminal Justice Reform

  In 2013, the Indiana General Assembly passed the first comprehensive update to Indiana’s criminal code in more than 30 years. This session, House Bill 1006 makes improvements to Indiana’s criminal code ensuring the penalty for each crime is fair and consistent. A previous version of HB 1006 reduced maximum sentences as a cost-saving...
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Beware of Rental Scam

March 10, 2014
Beware of Rental Scam

  03/11/14 According to the Indiana State Police, a rental scam utilizing Craigslist has reared its ugly head once again in central Indiana. State Police want to warn the public statewide to be mindful of their dealings. On February 21st, a Plainfield, Indiana resident answered a Craigslist posting for a rental home in Noblesville....
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PHS Junior named Indiana Poetry Out Loud Champ 2nd year in a row

March 10, 2014
PHS Junior  named Indiana Poetry Out Loud Champ 2nd year in a row

  03/11/14 Plymouth High School Junior Emma Libersky recently won first place at the Indiana Poetry Out Loud competition and will go on to represent Indiana at the national competition in April. This is Emma’s second year competing in Poetry Out Loud, and she is the first participant from Indiana to be a repeat...
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City Meetings Monday Night

March 10, 2014
City Meetings Monday Night

  03/10/14 The Plymouth City Council will meet tonight beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  Agenda for the meeting includes a hearing for an Affirmation of Order to Take Action regarding an Unsafe Building at 400 East Jefferson, the former Clark Station which is owned by someone out...
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Rochester man injured in snowmobile accident on Lake Manitou

March 9, 2014
Rochester man injured in snowmobile accident on Lake Manitou

03/10/14 (Rochester) Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a snowmobile accident which occurred on Lake Manitou Sunday at approximately 1:00am. Jonathan C. Haussmann, 32, of Rochester suffered a dislocated hip as a result of the accident. Haussmann was wearing a helmet which likely minimized his injuries greatly. Haussmann was operating his snowmobile on Lake Manitou...
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Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation Employee Arrested For Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor

March 9, 2014
Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation Employee Arrested For Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor

(Kosciusko County, IN)-The Indiana State Police arrested a Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation employee Friday afternoon following an investigation into allegations that he provided alcohol to a 15 year old student. According to Trooper David Caswell on Wednesday, March 5th an allegation was made to the Indiana State Police Post in Bremen stating that 49...
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Bourbon Man Held on $20,000 Bond for Intimidation

March 9, 2014
Bourbon Man Held on $20,000 Bond for  Intimidation

03/10/14 On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at approximately 9:45 p.m. a female subject came to the Bourbon Police Department asking to speak with an officer about a domestic dispute that had occurred earlier that same night at her residence. Since the incident had occurred in the county, officers from the Marshall County Police Department...
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