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Archive for August, 2016

11 Paid Holidays for County Employees in 2017

August 30, 2016
11 Paid Holidays for County Employees in 2017

Earlier this month the Marshall County Commissioner approved the 2017 Holiday Schedule. County employees, department heads and elected officials will have 11 paid holidays in 2017. New Year’s Day will be celebrated on Monday, January 2nd and Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be Monday, January 16th. Lincoln’s birthday is February 12 but the...
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Bremen Police Activity Report for 8/19 – 8/25/16

August 30, 2016
Bremen Police Activity Report for 8/19 – 8/25/16

Bremen Police Chief, Brad Kile released the department’s activity report for August 19th through the 25th. Officers from the Bremen Police Department issues a total of 42 traffic warnings and 8 traffic citations during the reporting period. The Bremen Police Department investigated 6 accidents during the reporting period, on August 19th a property damage...
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Culver Theater open house aims for community support of restoration project

August 30, 2016
Culver Theater open house aims for community support of restoration project

September 3 will be something of a ‘Cinema Saturday’ in Culver. Besides the L’Max Film Fest that evening, those interested will have a chance to take a look inside the 1923-era Culver movie theater on Lake Shore Drive and become involved in restoring it to its former glory. The location, most recently known as...
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Walorski Visits Marshall County School, Neighborhood Center to Learn About Anti-Hunger Programs

August 30, 2016
Walorski Visits Marshall County School, Neighborhood Center to Learn About Anti-Hunger Programs

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) on Tuesday visited the Washington Discovery Academy and the Marshall County Neighborhood Center in Plymouth, to see nutrition programs up close and meet with those on the front lines of the fight against hunger. “The people at Washington Discovery Academy and the Marshall County Neighborhood Center are doing incredible work to...
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Vandusen Arrested on Multiple Charges

August 30, 2016
Vandusen Arrested on Multiple Charges

A 911 call Friday evening just before 11 for a single vehicle accident at King and 5B Roads sent Marshall County Police and LaPaz Fire and EMS to the scene. The driver, 30 year old Heather Renee Vandusen of Bremen was found to be under the influence of alcohol.  Vandusen was transported to the...
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M.C. Democrats Welcome Lynn Coleman with Open House Saturday

August 30, 2016
M.C. Democrats Welcome Lynn Coleman with Open House Saturday

Marshall County Democratic Chairman, Jim Smart announced an Open House this Saturday.  The Democrats will hold an open house at their headquarters, 304 Walnut Street, suite 1 in Plymouth this Saturday, September 3 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM to welcome 2nd District Congressional Candidate Lynn Coleman.   Colman will challenge incumbent Jackie Walorski this November...
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RTCtv4 Partners with Argos Schools

August 30, 2016
RTCtv4 Partners with Argos Schools

Argos Schools and Rochester Telephone Company tv4 have recently partnered to provide video coverage of the numerous events and games happening at Argos Community Schools. Students will have to opportunity to be involved in filming school events and games with the guidance and expertise provided by RTCtv4.   Pictured are Argos students: Kagnie Hoffman,...
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BMV Closed Sat. & Mon. for Labor Day Holiday

August 30, 2016
BMV Closed Sat. & Mon. for Labor Day Holiday

Kent Abernathy, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), reminds Hoosiers that all BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, September 3rd through Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day. Branches will resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 6. For more information on branch locations and hours or to complete...
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What’s Your Opinion 8-30-16

August 30, 2016


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Six School Boards Electing Members in November General Election

August 30, 2016
Six School Boards Electing Members in November General Election

According to the Marshall County Clerk’s office, the deadline to file for a school board seat was noon last Friday, August26.  In the Plymouth Community School Corporation the At-Large seat currently held by Larry Holloway is up for election. Holloway is seeking another term and will be challenged by Richard D. Cartwright, former Plymouth...
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