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Arresst Warrants Served

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April 14, 2014
Arresst Warrants Served

  04/15/14  On Friday, April 11th at 7:28 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop at Novelty and Center Streets on 44 year old Shawn Michael Hoogerhyde of Plymouth. During the traffic stop it was discovered that Hoogerhyde was Driving While Suspended with a prior charge.   He was taken to the...
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A Local Look at IDOE Teacher Evaluations

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April 14, 2014
A Local Look at IDOE Teacher Evaluations

04/15/14 Results from the first year that the state required school corporations to perform evaluations of teachers and report to the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) appear positive. The IDOE released the report on the findings last week. The report indicates that 87 percent of Indiana teachers were rated either highly effective or effective....
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United Way to Hosts Campaign Celebration and Annual Meeting at Swan Lake

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April 14, 2014
United Way to Hosts Campaign Celebration and Annual Meeting at Swan Lake

04/15/14 The United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) will host a Campaign Volunteer & Donor Recognition Event on Wednesday, April 23, at the Swan Lake Golf Resort from 5 to 9 p.m. This special event will honor those who proved “the Power of We” during a successful 2013 campaign and spotlight Project Lead The...
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Sheriff’s Dept. Reports Results of Operation Pull Over

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April 14, 2014
Sheriff’s Dept. Reports Results of Operation Pull Over

  04/15/14  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department participated in the Operation Pull Over Blitz from Monday, February 28th through Wednesday, March 23rd.  During the Blitz, nine officers with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department worked an additional 72.5 hours for Operation Pull Over in addition to their normal duty hours. The focus of this Operation Pull Over...
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Ancilla to Offer CNA Summer Course

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April 14, 2014
Ancilla to Offer CNA Summer Course

04/15/14 Health care careers are not limited to doctors and nurses. A wide variety of jobs in hospitals, nursing homes and clinics are done by nursing assistants.  Ancilla College is offering a Nursing Assistant training program this July that will prepare students to become Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).    “The CNA program is designed...
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2006 PHS Grad has Blog

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April 14, 2014
2006 PHS Grad has Blog

  04/15/14 Ryan Wojcik, 2006 Plymouth High School graduate, has found a way to combine his interests in politics and the arts. Wojcik has just launched a blog from his Phoenix, AZ apartment. He said, “My blog is open to anything which connects philosophical ideals to everyday reality.” He added, “In pursuing artistic commentary,...
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Ancilla College’s SGA “Penny Wars” a Success

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April 14, 2014
Ancilla College’s SGA “Penny Wars” a Success

04/15/14 DONALDSON – Ancilla’s Student Government Association sponsored a campus-wide “Penny Wars” this March to fundraise for the organization as well as local charities. Faculty, students, and staff volunteered to have their face on a tea jug in order to raise money for the group or charity of their choice. 10 volunteers stepped up...
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Ken Schrader to Race at Plymouth Speedway on May 10

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April 14, 2014
Ken Schrader to Race at Plymouth Speedway on May 10

04/15/14 One regular season night of racing at Plymouth Speedway just got a little more interesting. NASCAR driver Ken Schrader will be firing up his UMP Modified machine and racing it on the dirt oval at Plymouth Speedway on May 10. Schrader has had an extensive racing career in the highest level of NASCAR...
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What to do if you find a baby or injured animal

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April 14, 2014
What to do if you find a baby or injured animal

04/15/14 Every spring, kind-hearted Hoosiers “rescue” an injured or seemingly abandoned baby wild animal and try to care for it. The DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife has one thing to say: Don’t do it. In early April, cottontail rabbits and squirrels have young in their nests. If you come across a nest, leave...
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Involuntary Manslaughter Conviction Results from Drug Overdose

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April 13, 2014
Involuntary Manslaughter Conviction Results from Drug Overdose

In a complicated chain of events, Olan Howard, 38 of Argos, was sentenced on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 to the Indiana Department of Corrections for his role in the untimely death of Stephen Vires of Argos, that resulted from Vires’ overdose of morphine or heroin.  Howard was originally charged by Grand Jury Indictment on...
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