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Archive for August, 2010

TIME CHANGE for Friday nights Football game at Rochester

August 24, 2010
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The kick-off time for this Friday nights Football game at Rochester has been changed. KICK-OFF TIME:  7:00pm WTCA PRE-GAME SHOW:  5:50pm
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County Council Needs to Cut $387,000 from 2011 Budget

August 24, 2010
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Members of the Marshall County Council spent 6 hours Monday review the 2011 budget with many of the department heads and or elected officials. All three Marshall County Commissioners; Kevin Overmyer, Jack Roose and Tom Chamberlin were present to make their recommendations to the Council.   Commissioner Overmyer said, “Basically our recommendations are the same...
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Three Arrested in Bourbon Traffic Stop

August 24, 2010
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On Thursday afternoon August 19th Officer Ben McIntyre with the Bourbon Police Department conducted a traffic stop at 11th and Elm Roads.  The traffic stop was due to the vehicle driving left of center and expired license plates on the vehicle.  Because of the expired plates, the vehicle was impounded. While taking inventory of...
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Plymouth Teen In Critical Condition Following Sunday Crash

August 24, 2010
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Sunday evening about 5:30 the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was notified of a single vehicle accident in the 17,000 block of 6th Road. Officer Les McFarland from the Sheriff’s Department responded and located a 2001 Chevy Impala that had gone off the roadway and struck a tree.  The vehicle was nearly cut in two...
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Lake Max. Author to Appear at Culver Library

August 24, 2010

08/25/10 Former Hoosier -- now Brooklyn-based, award-winning author -- and part-time Lake Maxinkuckee resident Heather Swain has been making literary waves since her 1999 publication debut, but her most recent book is a shift from her several novels, to something a bit more practical for parents and kids. She'll be sharing ideas from "Make...
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Wireman Announces Road Closures for Pioneer Drive Project

August 24, 2010
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08/25/10 Ron Wiremen, Construction Manager from DLZ, the company hired to oversee the Pioneer Drive extension project has announced important road closure information. Immediately following the Labor Day weekend, at approximately 6 a.m. on Tuesday, September 7th the following roads will be closed to through traffic. Lincoln Highway (Old 30) will be...
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City Council Passes 2011 Salary Ordinance with 0% Increase for All

August 24, 2010
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After much discussion the Plymouth Common Council passed the 2011 Salary Ordinances on third and final reading.  City attorney Nelson Chipman presented an amended ordinance that include the reduction of increase from the amended 2% salary increase to a 0% increase for city employees appointed department heads, and fire and police personnel.  As well,...
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TRIAD Meeting Thursday

August 24, 2010
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The next meeting of the Marshall County TRIAD is scheduled for Thursday August 26 at 9:00 am. at the Life Enrichment Center on West Harrison Street.   Clyde Avery from the Marshall County Emergency Management Department will be the guest speaker.  The public is welcome to attend.
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July 2010 Indiana Employment Report

August 24, 2010
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Indiana’s total private sector employment increased by 13,000 jobs in July with five of the eight major employment sectors showing significant gains. Indiana’s private sector has grown by 55,500 jobs (2.4 percent) in 2010, four times faster than the national rate. U.S. private sector job growth this year stands at 630,000 (0.6 percent). Despite...
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County Officer Kanarr Conducts Investigations

August 24, 2010
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On Saturday, August 21st at approximately 3:40 PM the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a theft from a resident in the 6900 block of Oak Road.   The victim told Officer Rick Kanarr that a piece of their travel trailer had been stolen.   The resident advised that they are trying to sell...
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