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City Submitts Grant Application for $16.8 Million to Indiana Stellar Communities Program

February 16, 2012
City Submitts Grant Application for $16.8 Million to Indiana Stellar Communities Program

  02/17/12 During Monday night’s Plymouth Common Council meeting Brent Martin spoke about the Stellar Community Grant opportunity. The Stellar Communities program is a multi-agency partnership designed to fund comprehensive community development projects in Indiana’s smaller communities. The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, and Indiana Department...
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Minor Injuries as SUV Slides into Train on 11th Road

February 16, 2012
Minor Injuries as SUV Slides into Train on 11th Road

   02/17/12 Slippery roads Tuesday morning are the cause of a car train accident on 11th Road south of Plymouth. At 9:50 a.m. the train conductor, Robert Fox called 9-1-1 to report the crash and Indiana State Police Trooper Corey Sauer responded to the scene on 11th Road just east of Maple Road.    ...
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State Police K-9 Tracks Down Wanted Man

February 16, 2012
State Police K-9 Tracks Down Wanted Man

  02/17/12  Shortly before 9:00 a.m. Thursday troopers with the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Section (ERS) and a K-9 officer from the Bremen Post assisted the Starke County Sheriff’s Department in locating a wanted subject that fled on foot. While on patrol, a deputy with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department recognized Jeff Knoebel,...
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DONNELLY SPEAKS ON HOUSE FLOOR TO HONOR LATE INDIANA NATIONAL GUARDSMAN, ROBERT J. TAUTERIS, JR.

February 16, 2012
DONNELLY SPEAKS ON HOUSE FLOOR TO HONOR LATE INDIANA NATIONAL GUARDSMAN, ROBERT J. TAUTERIS, JR.

02/17/12 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly spoke on the House floor to honor late Indiana National Guardsman, Specialist Robert J. Tauteris, Jr., who died while serving in Afghanistan. Robert’s two sons, Robert J. III and Mathew, and his daughter-in-law, Kayla, watched Donnelly’s speech from the gallery in the House chamber. Watch Donnelly’s floor speech here....
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Plymouth Schools Steping Forward with Common Core States Standards

February 16, 2012
Plymouth Schools Steping Forward with Common Core States Standards

02/17/12 The Plymouth School administrators are wasting no time in making sure their students are meeting or exceeding the state standards set by the Indiana Department of Education and other states. Forty-five states and the District of Columbia have adopted the Common Core States Standards   The Common Core State Standards have been formulated...
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3 from Culver Arrested on Drug Charges

February 16, 2012
3 from Culver Arrested on Drug Charges

  02/17/12  On Monday, February 13th at 7:18 p.m. Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop of the intersection of Michigan Road and Diamond Drive on a vehicle with several equipment violations. Officer Weir walked K-9 Rex around the vehicle and Rex indicated a presence of some type of...
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Culver Academies hosts Military School Band Festival Feb. 24-26

February 16, 2012
Culver Academies hosts Military School Band Festival Feb. 24-26

02/17/12 More than 120 selected musicians and choir members from eight military schools and colleges from across the country will be on the Culver Academies campus Feb. 24-26 as the Academies host the 36th annual Military School Band Festival. The Academies last hosted the MBSF in 2005. Two days of intense rehearsal by musicians...
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Knox Woman Arrested for Theft, False Informing & Neglect of a Dependent

February 16, 2012
Knox Woman Arrested for Theft, False Informing & Neglect of a Dependent

02/17/12  On Monday February 13th around 5:00 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a call from Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive stating that two female subjects had removed merchandise from the store without paying for the items. Shasha Glover 24, of Knox was detained without incident. The second female, later identified as Coleen Henry...
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Coats Calls for More Equity and Flexibility in Highway Bill

February 16, 2012
Coats Calls for More Equity and Flexibility in Highway Bill

   02/17/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday spoke on the Senate floor urging Majority Leader Harry Reid to allow Republicans the opportunity to offer amendments to the Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill, including one introduced by the Indiana senator that would give more equitable treatment to all states. “Once again the Majority Leader is trying...
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Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra’s Field Trip to the Morris Center

February 16, 2012
Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra’s Field Trip to the Morris Center

  02/17/12 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra took another field trip to South Bend on Saturday, February 11th. They were back at the Morris Center to attend the South Bend Symphony Orchestra’s POPSII concert “Romance at the Symphony”! The kids loved the audience participation of shouting “Mambo!” during the performance of Mambo from West...
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