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Bradley Kile Appointed Bremen Police Chief

December 3, 2015
Bradley Kile Appointed Bremen Police Chief

The Bremen Police Commission President and the Bremen Town Council President Michael Leman announced the appointment of the Town’s new Chief of Police on Thursday evening. Bradley G. Kile, a seasoned public servant and law enforcement officer will lead the Town of Bremen’s police officers and personnel.  Kile was appointed, after former Chief Matthew...
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Plymouth Man Arrested after Fleeing Fulton County Police

December 3, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested after Fleeing Fulton County Police

On Wednesday, December 2, at approximately 8:20 p.m., a deputy with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on Old US 31 north of Rochester between 700 N and SR 110 in Fulton County.  The deputy approached the driver side door of the vehicle and advised the driver of his traffic infraction...
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Jefferson Elementary Students Demonstrate Robots at School Board Meeting

December 3, 2015
Jefferson Elementary Students Demonstrate Robots at School Board Meeting

A demonstration by several members of the Jefferson Elementary Robotics Club to the Plymouth School Board made it clear that they took their work seriously. The five students not only showed how their robots could perform, but also explained their documentation on how they arrived at the final model. The students meet on Saturday...
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Prevent Child Abuse Marshall County Elects Officers

December 3, 2015
Prevent Child Abuse Marshall County Elects Officers

Prevent Child Abuse of Marshall County conducted a short meeting Wednesday night. The group reviewed decisions made at the previous meeting including the determination to obtain their own nonprofit status and become a chartered council of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana. The main purpose of Wednesday evening’s meeting was to establish officers.   Officers for Prevent...
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Plymouth School Board Approves JESSE Contract

December 3, 2015
Plymouth School Board Approves JESSE Contract

The Plymouth School Board approved an agreement with JESSE (Joint Educational Services in Special Education) at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, December 2nd.   According to Assistant Superintendent, Andy Hartley, the agreement contains only a few changes from previous agreements. Plymouth Schools provide the administration for Jesse. They are only one of nine school...
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Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff Statewide

December 3, 2015
Governor Mike Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff Statewide

Indianapolis – In accordance with a presidential proclamation issued Thursday, Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at state facilities statewide be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims of the tragedy in San Bernardino, California on December 2, 2015. Flags should be flown at half-staff through Monday, December 7, 2015. Flags should return to...
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PHS Health Careers Chocolate Fundraiser

December 3, 2015
PHS Health Careers Chocolate Fundraiser

Students in the Health Careers class at Plymouth High School are back at it this year, making and selling chocolate covered pretzels and creating hot chocolate travel mug gift packages! This is an annual fundraiser to help raise funds to defer the cost of traveling to Indianapolis to attend and compete at the Health...
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Rose Hips to at Wild Rose Moon Saturday

December 3, 2015
Rose Hips to at Wild Rose Moon Saturday

This Saturday, December 5th, from 7 – 10 p.m., the fabulous Rose Hips–Vera Tiani, Nancy Schmelter, Marcie Wagoner, Kim Morrison, and Pam Hendon will be singing with Wild Rose Moon Band, in concert, for a Visual Arts Fundraiser for their mural artist, Amanda Amstutz–graduate of Ancilla College. In addition, Liza Woolever will be present to provide...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

December 3, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

It was another successful session of art after school at Triton Elementary School.  Look at the beautiful winter paintings.   Triton 3rd Graders have been busy once again in science as we continue to study sound and how it works.  Since we have learned what causes sound, how it moves, and what it does in solids,...
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OCRA Awards $2 Million for Workforce Development Programming, Starke County Receives $250K

December 2, 2015
OCRA Awards $2 Million for Workforce Development Programming, Starke County Receives $250K

Indianapolis – The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) announced Wednesday $2 million will be awarded to 8 communities through the Work Force Development Program. Locally, Starke County has been awarded $250,000 in funds to purchase the equipment necessary to provide training in manufacturing equipment maintenance and automation technology. The training will be...
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