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Leadership Marshall County Starts 17th Class

September 8, 2011
Leadership Marshall County Starts 17th Class

09/09/11 The members of the Leadership Marshall County Class XVII met as a group for the first time on Wednesday night to begin what is a nine-month program. The design behind LMC is to educate future leaders for the entire county. The sixteen members of the class will be exposed to what the county...
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MAD Unit Arrests 3 for Meth

September 7, 2011
MAD Unit Arrests 3 for Meth

09/08/11 On Wednesday (9/7/11) afternoon the Marshall County Multi-Agency Drug (MAD) Unit and Indiana State Police Emergency Response Section (ERS) conducted a search warrant at a property located at 17467 12th Road in Plymouth.    A subsequent search of the property revealed items related to the use and manufacturing of methamphetamine.  A one pot manufacturing...
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Arrests By County Officers

September 7, 2011
Arrests By County Officers

09/08/11 On Saturday, September 3rd just before 8 a.m. the Marshall County Police Department responded to a complaint from Stockberger Trucking on Lilac Road in reference to a possible theft and criminal mischief.  During the investigation Patrolman Bryant found a damaged fence and that some scrap items were taken from the neighboring business.  Anyone...
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Weekend Arrests by By City Police

September 7, 2011
Weekend Arrests by By City Police

09/08/11 On Friday September 2nd around 11:09 a.m. the  Plymouth Police department received a call of a disturbance at Casey’s General Store, at 885 East Jefferson Street.  Upon arrival Patrolman Bob DeLee spoke with Dana M. Jackson 31, of Akron about the incident.  It was found that Jackson had two active warrants out of...
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Ancilla College and Marshall County Community Foundation Team Up to Fund New Math Lab and ADEPT Program

September 7, 2011
Ancilla College and Marshall County Community Foundation Team Up to Fund New Math Lab and ADEPT Program

09/08/11 Representatives of Ancilla College and the Marshall County Community Foundation were on hand to celebrate the opening of the College’s new math laboratory as part of the Assistive Developmentally-Enhanced Program and Technology (ADEPT) program. Funded through a grant provided by the Marshall County Community Foundation, the lab will serve as a key component...
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“Doctor in the House” Campaign Announced

September 7, 2011
“Doctor in the House” Campaign Announced

09/08/11 Greg Andrews, M.D. J.D., a South Bend resident and family medicine physician announced his candidacy last week for U.S. Congress, Indiana’s 2nd District, Republican ballot.    Dr. Andrews, who is both a physician and an attorney, recently worked as a staff physician at both the Indiana Health Center and Project Homecoming clinics in South...
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Charbonneau Selected as 2011 Henry Toll Fellow

September 7, 2011
Charbonneau Selected as 2011 Henry Toll Fellow

09/08/11 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) has been selected to participate in this year’s prestigious Henry Toll Fellowship Program sponsored by the Council of State Governments (CSG). Charbonneau will join 47 others from across the nation Sept. 9-14 at the training event in Lexington, Ky.  He will be the only Indiana official participating in...
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Website Provides Information on Historic Hoham Mansion

September 7, 2011
Website Provides Information on Historic Hoham Mansion

09/08/11 Earlier this summer the WTCA “What’s Your Opinion Show” had the opportunity to interview Andrew Sporner who purchased the Hoham mansion on State Road 17 at the curve.  The house has been rumored to be part of the Underground Railroad for many years.  Sporner was born and grew up in Plymouth, then moved...
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New Tech High School at PHS Moving Forward

September 7, 2011
New Tech High School at PHS Moving Forward

09/08/11 As the preparation for the New Tech High School within the Plymouth High School building moves forward, funding for the project is also keeping pace. During the School board meeting on September 6, Superintendent Daniel Tyree said they have been able to receive commitments for $311, 000 from grants and community members who...
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Official Blueberry Parking Takes a $20,000 Hit

September 7, 2011
Official Blueberry Parking Takes a $20,000 Hit

09/08/11 The official Blueberry Festival parking on the grounds of Plymouth High School has long been a great source of funding for many of the extracurricular activities for the schools. This year, however, the pot took a $20,000 hit. Using the school facilities for parking started sometime the 1980′s, but there are only statistics...
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