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PHS Homecoming King & Queen, Prince & Princess

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February 12, 2017
PHS Homecoming King & Queen, Prince & Princess

It was Homecoming Friday night at Plymouth High School.   The JV team won against the Warsaw Tigers 42-40 but unfortunately the Varsity lost to Warsaw 40-51. Olyvia Clark is this year’s Homecoming Princess and Caden Grove is Prince. The 2017 Plymouth High School Queen and King were crowned at half time of the Varsity...
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Agenda for City Meetings on Monday

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February 12, 2017
Agenda for City Meetings on Monday

The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  The board is expected to award the quote for a news heavy duty 4500 series truck for the Street Department and open quotes for new vehicles for the police department. Also on the...
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Arrests by Bremen Police

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February 12, 2017
Arrests by Bremen Police

Bremen Police arrested 35 year old Sugey Pienado-Abdunis of Argos Thursday evening following a traffic stop at Plymouth and Maryland Streets.  Abdunis was arrested for Operator Never Licensed. Saturday night, just before midnight Bremen Police arrested 36 year old Joshuah Cherrone of Bremen after he was stopped on 2B Road east of State Road...
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Open House for Argos Comprehensive Plan Monday

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February 12, 2017
Open House for Argos Comprehensive Plan Monday

The Steering Committee for the Town of Argos Comprehensive Plan will hold a public open house in the Argos Jr.-Sr. High School Auditorium at 500 Yearick Street on Monday, February 13th, at 6:30 p.m.  During the open house the committee will review the draft of the Town’s Comprehensive Plan. The open house will include...
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Bope Sentenced for Crash with Amish Buggy in 2014

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February 12, 2017
Bope Sentenced for Crash with Amish Buggy in 2014

Laurie Bope, 46, was sentenced in court Friday with the State of Indiana, represented by Matt Sarber of the Marshall County Prosecutor’s office, and June E. Bules as her counsel. Bope admitted to three criminal offenses related to driving a pick-up truck on U.S. 6, near Bremen, with illicit drugs in her system and...
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Donnelly Releases 2016 Annual Report Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

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February 12, 2017
Donnelly Releases 2016 Annual Report Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

Friday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released his annual report for 2016.  The report details Donnelly’s bipartisan legislative work, his travels around Indiana, and his efforts to help Hoosiers. The report also highlights the Senator’s accomplishments, including a number of bipartisan bills and amendments that were signed into law, and the continued recognition he has received as...
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Argos Elementary Wins I Love to Read Contest

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February 11, 2017
Argos Elementary Wins I Love to Read Contest

Argos Elementary students recently entered the I Love to Read Challenge sponsored by WSBT-TV. This program encourages students and their families to focus on the importance of reading as not only a means of learning but also as something that can be enjoyed. The Argos students, families and community were very supportive of this...
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Rovenstine Trail Rescheduleld for April 3, Prosecutor Chipman’s Required Paperwork Located

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February 10, 2017
Rovenstine Trail Rescheduleld for April 3, Prosecutor Chipman’s Required Paperwork Located

The eleventh-hour request to remove E. Nelson Chipman, Jr. as Special Prosecutor, filed by Aaron Rovenstine, served to continue the trial of the Kosciusko Sheriff but will not delay the rescheduling or pre-trial issues. Moments before Tami Napier and Matt Sarber were poised to begin their dialogue with prospective jurors; the defense filed a...
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Humane Society Has FREE Kittens and Cats for Valentines Thanks to Special Donation

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February 10, 2017
Humane Society Has FREE Kittens and Cats for Valentines Thanks to Special Donation

The Marshall County Humane Society has a special offer this Valentine’s Day….the gift of a loving pet. A generous donation has been made in memory of Bill Wagoner, by his loving wife Jan to help get all the beautiful cats currently staying at the Marshall County Humane Society into loving homes. Jan Wagoner is going...
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Zone high school girls basketball callout

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February 10, 2017
Zone high school girls basketball callout

THE ZONE’S HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUT/CALLOUT SET FOR WEDNESDAYJoin the very best girls high school basketball travel team program in northern Indiana by coming to The Zone’s tryout/callout from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 15.The cost of the tryout is $10 per player.The Zone’s girls high school basketball program is under the direction of Ted Hayden (one...
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