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Archive for September, 2017

Executive Session Called

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September 30, 2017
Executive Session Called

Pursuant to Indiana Code, the Marshall County Commissioners will conduct an Executive Session on Monday, October 2, at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting room in the Marshall County Building,  112 West Jefferson Street, Plymouth. The purpose of the Executive Session is to review specific job performance evaluation of an individual employee.
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FOUR WINDS SOUTH BEND HOSTS FINAL JOB FAIR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3

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September 30, 2017
FOUR WINDS SOUTH BEND HOSTS FINAL JOB FAIR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ Four Winds® Casinos will host a Job Fair for Four Winds Casino South Bend®.  This is the final job fair scheduled to facilitate the application process for the expected 1,200 new hires for the South Bend property.  It will be conducted at the century center, 120 Dr. Martin...
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Lack of Rainfall Could Shorten Fall Colors Viewing

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September 30, 2017
Lack of Rainfall Could Shorten Fall Colors Viewing

Fall colors have begun to appear in some parts of the state thanks to an unusually cold start to September. While temperatures in recent days have been above normal, daytime highs in early September were in the 60s and 70s, with overnight lows in the 40s on some days. The best fall color formation...
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Makombe Arrested by County Police

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September 30, 2017
Makombe Arrested by County Police

On Thursday, September 28th, at 11:16 PM, Marshall County Police Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop on a 2006 Lincoln passenger car in the area of US 6 and Kenilworth Road. The driver of the vehicle, 41 year old Ephraim W. Makombe, was found to be operating a vehicle over two times the legal...
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Concord frustrates Rockies at home

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September 30, 2017
Concord frustrates Rockies at home

PLYMOUTH — The offensive woes at home continued for Plymouth’s Rockies on a night when the school’s 1977 undefeated state champions were honored. They were shut out at the Rockpile by Concord 17-0. Plymouth has not scored at home in eight quarters and it’s a fact that is not lost on anybody on the...
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Shady Rest Committee Hears from Newly Formed Partnership for Us of Facility

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September 29, 2017
Shady Rest Committee Hears from Newly Formed Partnership for Us of Facility

Two parties that were interested in utilizing Shady Rest have joined together in an effort to provide services to individuals struggling with addiction. On Tuesday, September 26 Ted Hayden of Praireview and Gregg Erickson announced that they are forming a partnership to better address the needs of the community than what either could individually....
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POKAGON TRIBAL VILLAGE HOSTS TOUR

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September 29, 2017
POKAGON TRIBAL VILLAGE HOSTS TOUR

Leaders from The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians along with national and regional dignitaries hosted a tour Thursday morning at its new Tribal Village in South Bend. Guests were invited to walk through recently finished housing units located in the Tribal Village. Joining Pokagon Tribal Council members, Chairman John P. Warren, and other Pokagon...
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OQC Christmas Packing

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September 29, 2017
OQC Christmas Packing

Yes, it may only be the end of September but Operation Quiet Comfort is in full preparation for their Holiday shipment!  They have been purchasing items throughout the year and volunteers have been busy sewing Christmas stockings to send to those who won’t be home for the holidays! Operation Quiet Comfort has scheduled their...
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Wilson Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

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September 29, 2017
Wilson Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

28 year old Jennifer R. Wilson of Plymouth was found to be in violation of her home detention on Thursday, September 28th by Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch.  Wilson was transported to and incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail for the violation.  She was held with no bond.   Listeners and readers are reminded...
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Soto to get 3 Years Home Detention, Probation & Restitution in K County Case

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September 29, 2017
Soto to get 3 Years Home Detention, Probation & Restitution in K County Case

Marshall County prosecutors, Tami Napier and Matt Sarber, were back in Kosciusko County Circuit Court on September 28 for the sentencing of Dr. Mark Soto. Napier and Sarber served as special prosecutors for a six-day trial in August. Soto and two other defendants were indicted by a grand jury in February, 2016. Originally, Prosecutor...
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