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M.C. Museum to Host Ghost Walk Sat. Oct. 28th

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October 12, 2017
M.C. Museum to Host Ghost Walk Sat. Oct. 28th

The 2017 Ghost Walk will embark promptly at 7:00 p.m. in the Marshall County Museum on Saturday, October 28th. Visitors are encouraged to arrive between 6:30 and 6:50, purchase their tickets and get a group assignment. All groups start at the same time.  Late comers will be added to groups that have already started.  Tickets are $10. Children...
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LaPorte Woman Arrested for Shoplifting at Walmart

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October 12, 2017
LaPorte Woman Arrested for Shoplifting at Walmart

About 9:30 Wednesday night Plymouth Police Officer Krynock was dispatched to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive for a shoplifter. Asset Protection employees told the officer 35 year old Cheryl Sickman of LaPorte concealed merchandise on her person and exited the store. Sickman was transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was held on...
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Menominee Elementary School Second Grade Annual Field Trip

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October 12, 2017
Menominee Elementary School Second Grade Annual Field Trip

  Close to 70 students from three Menominee Elementary School second-grade classrooms went on a three-hour field trip excursion throughout the city of Plymouth on Tuesday morning. Students got to meet, learn about and talk to employees who work in the community. The students were also excited to see, tour and learn about the...
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Community Crossing Grant for Bourbon will allow Many Street Projects

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October 12, 2017
Community Crossing Grant for Bourbon will allow Many Street Projects

Roger Terry, Bourbon Street Department Superintendent told members of the Town Council that town-wide leaf pickup will begin on October 16 and be in effect until the weekend before the Thanksgiving holiday. Terry said residents should rake their leaves to the curb or place them in containers that can be dumped by town employees....
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Cuevas Arrested on Elkhart Warrant at Economy Inn

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October 12, 2017
Cuevas Arrested on Elkhart Warrant at Economy Inn

Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched to the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street Wednesday afternoon at 12:10 for a possible domestic situation. During his investigation Officer McIntyre determined there was no domestic situation but the male subject involved, 40 year old Phillip Cuevas, had an active warrant from Elkhart County.  He was...
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Argos Jr. Sr. High and Math Teacher Nominated as Finalist for AP-TIP IN

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October 12, 2017
Argos Jr. Sr. High and Math Teacher Nominated as Finalist for AP-TIP IN

Congratulations to Jonathan Arndt, who was nominated and a finalist for AP-TIP IN Math Teacher of the year, and also to Argos Junior-Senior High School for being nominated and a finalist for the AP-TIP IN school of the year!! AP-TIP IN is part of the University of Notre Dame Institute for Educational Initiatives and...
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Tidbits from Triton

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October 12, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

All Marshall County kindergarten students had the opportunity to visit Ancilla College last month for their “Walk Into the Future”. This is part of the Marshall County Promise program that encourages students to save and plan for the future of their dreams. Parents can open a 529 savings account for their child and earn...
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Glen R. Martin, age 90 of Bremen

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October 12, 2017
Glen R. Martin, age 90 of Bremen

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Possible Structure Fire on Pennsylvania, Bat Shorts out Electrical Panel

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October 12, 2017
Possible Structure Fire on Pennsylvania, Bat Shorts out Electrical Panel

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a possible structure fire Wednesday morning at 11:34 at 731 Pennsylvania Avenue. The caller said smoke was in the basement although she didn’t see any flames. Firefighters responded to the scene and found that a bat had gotten into the electrical panel and caused it to short out....
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Businesses Engagement with Students Takes New Direction in Bremen

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October 12, 2017
Businesses Engagement with Students Takes New Direction in Bremen

Marshall County employers have asked for more opportunities to engage with local schools and students. This message is resonating in Bremen where over 250 high school students are participating in Manufacturing Day. This program is a national event in which manufacturers open their doors to showcase their businesses and foster interest in manufacturing careers....
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