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Speical Performance of Youth Orchestra

February 13, 2012
Speical Performance of Youth Orchestra

02/14/12 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble gave a private performance on Monday, February 6. The concert was held in Plymouth at the First United Methodist Church and sponsored by the Women of Worth (W.O.W.) Group. Performers: Sarah Tanner, Allie Tharp, Gabriele Hill, Leah Smith, Hugh Smith
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LEAD Flies to Fight Hunger

February 13, 2012
LEAD Flies to Fight Hunger

02/14/12 The Rock will become an airport for a night as the Plymouth High School LEAD Club will take a flight against hunger. LEAD (Leaders Eliminating Alcohol and Drugs) members for the third year will host their fundraiser to help the hungry in Plymouth by selling paper airplanes to those who wish to donate...
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Coats, Bennet Send Bipartisan Letter in Support of American Bison Products

February 13, 2012
Coats, Bennet Send Bipartisan Letter in Support of American Bison Products

  02/14/12 Senators Dan Coats (R-Ind.), Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) and a bipartisan group of 31 senators today sent a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Thomas Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Ambassador Ron Kirk in support of American bison exports. The letter urges the administration to provide bison producers in the...
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Armed Robbery at Culver Family Dollar

February 12, 2012
Armed Robbery at Culver Family Dollar

02/13/12  On Saturday, February 11th  at approximately 8:40 P.M. a male subject reportedly entered the Family Dollar Store located 18701 State Road 10 in Culver.   Once inside the store the male subject approached the cashiers and displayed a weapon and bag.  He then demanded money from the cashiers at gunpoint. As soon as officers...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Controlled Substance & Marijuana

February 12, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Controlled Substance & Marijuana

02/13/12  On Thursday, February 9th at approximately 4 a.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a report of two subjects who were possibly fighting at the intersection of Michigan and 4A Roads.  Officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area and located two suspects.  Through an investigation it was determined that...
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Hummel Arrested on Multiple Charges

February 12, 2012
Hummel Arrested on Multiple Charges

   02/13/12 Last month on January 12th Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox, Detective Sergeant Leo Mangus and Investigator Ted Brown were at a residence in the 17,000 block of Lincoln Highway in Plymouth regarding a theft investigation.  During this investigation, Stewart Hummel was observed attempting to hide a methamphetamine lab in the garage.  Hummel...
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Bourbon Man Killed in Single Vehicle Accident

February 11, 2012
Bourbon Man Killed in Single Vehicle Accident

   02/13/12   Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released further information about the fatal traffic accident on Fir Road near Bremen early Saturday morning. Twenty five year old Joel F. Stetzel of Bourbon was killed instantly Saturday morning in front of 6649 Fir Road.   Stetzel was southbound on Fir Road when he lost control of...
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Effects of No Child Left Behind Waiver

February 11, 2012
Effects of No Child Left Behind Waiver

02/13/12  An announcement at the Federal level on Thursday exempting Indiana schools, along with those in nine other states, from some parts of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) prompted an immediate response from Tony Bennett, state superintendent of Pubic Instruction. Bennett said, “Indiana will take advantage of the flexibility we have been...
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The City’s K-9 Stops Man Who Flees after Traffic Stop

February 11, 2012
The City’s K-9 Stops Man Who Flees after Traffic Stop

02/13/12  On Wednesday, February 1st, K-9 Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle that was driving without its headlights on northbound on Michigan Street at US 30.  Officer Weir walked K-9 Rex around the vehicle.  The passenger in the vehicle, Jeremy Robinson 22, of Plymouth ran...
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THE HOUSE WITH DONNELLY’S SUPPORT

February 11, 2012
THE HOUSE WITH DONNELLY’S SUPPORT

02/13/12 Last week, Congressman Joe Donnelly voted for The Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act, H.R. 1148, which would prohibit insider trading by Members of Congress, congressional employees, or other federal employees. Although Donnelly is pleased that the bill passed the House, he would have preferred an even stronger bill. A key provision,...
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