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City Police Seek Info on Subjects that Shattered Backboards at St. Michael’s School

June 28, 2011
City Police Seek Info on Subjects that Shattered Backboards at St. Michael’s School

06/29/11 Investigator Ted Brown with the Plymouth Police Department is investigating three criminal mischief reports from St. Michaels School.  There have been three occasions where unknown individuals have done damage to the glass basketball goals in the playground at the school.  In August 2010, and twice in June of this year the backboards have...
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Newly Elected Co Democrat Party Chair Appoints Candidates to Vacant City Ballot

June 28, 2011
Newly Elected Co Democrat Party Chair Appoints Candidates to Vacant City Ballot

06/29/11  Last week Marshall County Democratic Party Chairman, Ryan Ripley, appointed candidates to run for the previously unfilled council seats on the Democratic Party’s ballot. Former Democratic mayoral primary candidate, Tony Gamble, was appointed to run for the District 2 council seat.  Tony has lived in Plymouth for most of his life.  He and...
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PHS Needs Students for Summer School Speech

June 28, 2011
PHS Needs Students for Summer School Speech

06/29/11 Plymouth High School is still looking to enroll students in the 2nd Session of Summer School Speech, for incoming 9th graders and Advanced Speech for upperclassmen. The courses will run from Monday, July 11 through Wednesday, August 3rd from 8:00AM-12:30PM each day. PHS must have 15 students total enrolled in order to offer...
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Kroger Honors Lisa Bogue as 2010 Customer Service Award Winner

June 28, 2011
Kroger Honors Lisa Bogue as 2010 Customer Service Award Winner

06/29/11 The Kroger Compan’s Central Division, headquartered in Indianapolis, has announced 148 Customer Service Award Winners for 2010 who will be honored.  Lisa Bogue works at the Kroger Store at 2001 North Michigan in Plymouth. According to Kroger President Bob Moeder, “As a company Kroger is very committed to serving our local communities.  We...
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Exhibits for 4-H Open Class Show Sought

June 28, 2011
Exhibits for 4-H Open Class Show Sought

06/29/11 The Marshall County 4-H Fair is July 10th through the 16th and Jane Yochum, Co-superintendent of the Open Class Show is urging citizens to get their exhibits ready for the fair. There are several categories in which you can exhibit your crafts, talents, and hard work.  Categories include: Children’s Corner, Christmas at the...
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Council on Aging and Lukenbills offer Presentation on Health Care Directives

June 28, 2011
Council on Aging and Lukenbills offer Presentation on Health Care Directives

06/29/11 Life and death do not fit into a one page legal form. Yes, there is a role for your Power of Attorney for Health Care and for your Living Will, but that is only half way up the mountain. The essential half is conversation: the conversation about what healthcare you and Mom and...
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Ross Returns to Victory Lane at Kuert Concrete Night at the Races

June 28, 2011
Ross Returns to Victory Lane at Kuert Concrete Night at the Races

06/29/10 This past Friday night at the Plymouth Speedway began moist and soggy as Mother Nature tried to wipe out the show with a light rain and mist. After it finally sopped track officials and drivers took vehicles out on the track to dry it out and make the racing happen. After the track...
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Steve Hoover Charged with Neglect of a Dependent after Crash

June 27, 2011
Steve Hoover Charged with Neglect of a Dependent after Crash

06/28/11  On Friday, June 24, 2011 at approximately 11:45 p.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center received an emergency call advising of a personal injury accident that occurred at 3rd Road and Nutmeg Road.  The caller described the crash as a single vehicle into a tree.  The caller then advised there were multiple injuries.    An investigation...
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City Police Reports

June 27, 2011
City Police Reports

6/28/11 Plymouth Police arrests three in Mobile Meth Lab On Friday June 24th at approximately 8:20 p.m. K-9 Officer John Weir conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Michigan and Dickson Streets for littering.  After making contact with the occupants, Weir walked K-9 Rex around the vehicle and he indicated the presence of...
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Argos High School Receives IN Graduation Rate Performance Incentive

June 27, 2011
Argos High School Receives IN Graduation Rate Performance Incentive

06/28/11 Argos High School was named among twelve high schools around the state to receive the Indiana Graduation Rate Performance incentive. The program was first created in 2009. Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Bennett said, ““I am proud of all schools across the state that have increased their graduation rates, but these twelve schools...
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