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Pigs at School

March 16, 2015
Pigs at School

Kindergarten students at Washington Discovery Academy in Plymouth got to take advantage of the nice weather by spending some time outside learning about pigs on Monday. Local farmer, Wayne Houin, is one of the student’s grandfathers.  He brought two baby piglets to the school from his Marshall County farm. Kindergartners at WDA are learning...
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Three Arrested for Theft at Low Bobs and Marijuana

March 16, 2015
Three Arrested for Theft at Low Bobs and Marijuana

Last Wednesday afternoon Plymouth Police officer was dispatched to Low Bob’s on North Michigan Street for a reported theft.  Several items were taken from a trailer parked on the property. Officer Derek Workman began an investigation and was able to identify the suspects: Johnathon Porter, Carrie Shepperd and Christopher Ballinger. The officer was able...
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Ancilla College Launches New Website

March 16, 2015
Ancilla College Launches New Website

Ancilla College launched a new website this week with all kinds of bells and whistles. “This site really shows what makes Ancilla College unique,” said Amanda Petrucelli, director of marketing and social media. “We’re confident a potential student investigating this site will choose to apply, and that has never been easier than it is...
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DNR and FOP 195 Sponsor Hunter Education

March 16, 2015
DNR and FOP 195 Sponsor Hunter Education

A two day hunter education seminar will be held in Marshall County, at the Moose Lodge on West Jefferson Street in Plymouth on Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April 19th.  Class will be from 11 to 5 on Saturday and 11 till 3 on Sunday. All materials will be provided to participants although you...
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New PAD Therapy Offered at SJRMC

March 16, 2015
New PAD Therapy Offered at SJRMC

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) has continued its commitment to setting the standard for care, becoming the first hospital in the Michiana region to offer a new treatment for patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD). PAD occurs from a buildup of plaque (a fatty material) in the arteries that carry blood to the...
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Walorski, Gabbard Introduce Veterans Access to Extended Care Act

March 16, 2015
Walorski, Gabbard Introduce Veterans Access to Extended Care Act

WASHINGTON, DC – Monday, Representatives Jackie Walorski (R-IN) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) introduced bipartisan legislation that would expand veterans’ access to certain health care services and allow former service members to receive services from local providers. The Veterans Access to Extended Care Act would give Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) the authority to enter into provider...
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Severe Weather Preparedness Week 3/15 – 3/21

March 16, 2015
Severe Weather Preparedness Week 3/15 – 3/21

Marshall County Emergency Management Agency would like to make sure all residents are aware that this week, March 15th  through the 21st has been proclaimed as “Severe Weather Preparedness Week” in Indiana. The National Weather Service, in conjunction with local emergency management agencies, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Indiana Department of Education, the...
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Three Arrested During Search Warrant

March 15, 2015
Three Arrested During Search Warrant

Thursday afternoon Officers with the Indiana State Police and Plymouth Police Department executed a search warrant at 904 North Michigan Street. Three adults: 21 year old Seth Krozel, 20 year old Alexander Oakley and 24 year old Nicholas Kelly all of Plymouth were taken into custody and several were detained and questioned with charges...
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One Arrest for P.I. and One for Illegal Consumption

March 15, 2015
One Arrest for P.I. and One for Illegal Consumption

Tuesday evening about 9:15 Plymouth Police unites were dispatched to the Plymouth Library in reference to a male who had been stabbed in the neck.   During the investigation Officer Krynock found 51 year old Chad Wayne Smith was part of the disturbance.  It was determined that he was intoxicated. Chad Smith was transported to...
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Senator Head Comments on Improved Graduation Rate

March 15, 2015
Senator Head Comments on Improved Graduation Rate

The Indiana Department of Education recently released the high school graduation rates for the 2013-2014 school year.  Senator Randy Head said, “I am pleased to see the graduation rate improved to 89.8 percent, continuing the upward trend we’ve seen over the past five years.”   In addition, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education recently reported that...
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