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Plymouth School Prepare 4th Graders for Transition to Riverside

April 1, 2015
Plymouth School Prepare 4th Graders for Transition to Riverside

Transitioning from elementary to intermediate school can cause anxiety for some students. The administration and teaching staff at Riverside Intermediate School understand adjusting to a new environment can seem like a scary or big place for some children who will soon be making the transition from 4th grade to 5th grade this coming August....
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Jones Family Receives Check from Bremen PD Benefit Basketball Game

April 1, 2015
Jones Family Receives Check from Bremen PD Benefit Basketball Game

Bremen Police Department proudly presented a check to the Jones Family in Memory of their daughter Desi from the department’s 19th Annual Basketball Benefit Game. Members of the Bremen Police Department said, “We feel privileged to have been able to assist the family and hope that the funds raised will elevate some financial burdens...
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Donnelly: ‘Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program Important to Local Law Enforcement in Indiana’

April 1, 2015
Donnelly: ‘Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program Important to Local Law Enforcement in Indiana’

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly recently announced his support for the bipartisan Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program Reauthorization Act, which would extend through 2020 a program that helps local law enforcement agencies purchase bulletproof vests.   Donnelly said, “The Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program is important to state and local law enforcement in Indiana. Law...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

April 1, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

News from Triton Schools: Triton High School AG seniors visited Triton 4th graders before Spring Break to teach them about animal safety, first aid, and poisonous plants. Pictured are: Back Row: Andrew Cupp, Nathan Slabaugh, and Hannah Jennings Middle Row: Baylee McIntire, Shaniah Baker, Krystal Sellers, Brittany Bowers Front Row: Lexee Lemler   Triton sixth...
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Young Presented Key to the City Upon Retirement

April 1, 2015
Young Presented Key to the City Upon Retirement

After working for the Plymouth Police Department for 39 ½ years Mary Young dispatched her last calls on Tuesday.  A couple of officers even took the time to radio in a special message to Mary prior to her heading to a special retirement party at the Conservation Club House. Young was whisked off to...
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Ft. Wayne Man Arrested by Bourbon Police of OWI

April 1, 2015
Ft. Wayne Man Arrested by Bourbon Police of OWI

A traffic stop by Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger Tuesday morning resulted in the arrest of a Fort Wayne man. About 1:30 Tuesday morning Officer Geiger stopped a Cadillac at US 30 and State Road 331 for speeding, 84 mph in a 60 mph zone.  During the investigation it was suspected that the driver,...
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Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate for February was 5.5%

March 31, 2015
Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate for February was 5.5%

Continuing the recent trend, the Hoosier State added 1,700 private sector jobs in February. Indiana has now experienced private sector job growth in 20 of the past 25 months. Gains in February were concentrated in the Private, Educational & Health Services (+2,500), Leisure and Hospitality (+2,200), and Manufacturing (+600) sectors. Private sector employment in...
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Boyfriend Arrested for Attempted Strangulation

March 31, 2015

On Monday, March 27th the Plymouth Police Department received a report of a woman who had been battered by her boyfriend at the Carriage Green Apartments. Officer Ray West investigated the alleged incident and determined that there was sufficient evidence to arrest the victim’s boy friend, 19 year old Juan Hernandez of Plymouth. Mr...
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PHS SENIOR HALEY HARRELL EARNS EUGENE CATO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

March 31, 2015
PHS SENIOR HALEY HARRELL EARNS EUGENE CATO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

PHS senior athlete Haley Harrell has earned one of the 13 Cato Memorial Scholarships awarded by the Indiana High School Athletic Association.  Haley is the first PHS athlete in history to earn this prestigious award. The IHSAA has partnered with Methodist Sports Medicine, the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Fever, the Indiana Pacers, Sports Graphics,...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Peru Man for Possession

March 31, 2015
Bourbon Police Arrest Peru Man for Possession

04/01/15  On Sunday, March 29th Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of US 30 and Fir Road.   The traffic stop was for a 2007 Chevy Impala he had been following and was crossing over the center line. During the course of the traffic stop it was found that...
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