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Archive for January, 2018

County Police Investigate Burglaries on Beech Road

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January 2, 2018
County Police Investigate Burglaries on Beech Road

The Marshall County Police Department is investigating two burglaries in the Beech Road area.  On Sunday afternoon, December 31st, County police were dispatched to a residence in the 4,400 block of Beech Road.  It was found that an unknown subject had forced entry into an out building and taken numerous tools, electronics, and a...
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Warming Center Will be Available at Webster Center Till January 6th.

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January 2, 2018
Warming Center Will be Available at Webster Center Till January 6th.

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter has extended the availability of a warming center due to the extreme cold conditions. In a press release Monday morning Mayor Senter said, “Due to the forecast of continued frigid temperatures, the Webster Center will continue to be available to residents that need a warm place to be until Saturday, January...
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It’s 2018 and Time to Tell Some Stories!

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January 1, 2018
It’s 2018 and Time to Tell Some Stories!

The REES Project Committee is looking for your favorite story or stories of your hometown theatre.  Through the month of January we are seeking from all ages, for that all-time best, Emmy Award winning story that you remember about The REES.  This story does not even have to be that of your own, it...
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Commissioners Meeting Tuesday

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January 1, 2018
Commissioners Meeting Tuesday

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet for their first meeting of the new year on Tuesday, January 2nd at 8:30 a.m. The short agenda for the meeting includes the reorganization of the board, County Highway Department report by Jason Peters, the 2018 County Attorney’s agreement and Sheriff’s agreement along with the Auditor’s report.  During...
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Bourbon Police Recover Stolen Vehicle, Tippecanoe man Driving It

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January 1, 2018
Bourbon Police Recover Stolen Vehicle, Tippecanoe man Driving It

On Saturday, December 23rd Bourbon Police Officer Carl Amsden was notified by dispatch that a local citizen had recognized a vehicle that had been reported stolen on a media news site. The officer located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop at 211 West Center Street in Bourbon.  The vehicle was being driven by...
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Engineer Candidate for County Highway Declines Offer of Employment

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January 1, 2018
Engineer Candidate for County Highway Declines Offer of Employment

While the Marshall County Commissioners made their 2018 department head appointments, the motion was made to leave the Highway Administration position unfilled at this time. Commissioner Kurt Garner said they received three applications for the highway position and interviewed two of the candidates.  He then said the position was offered to one of the...
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Plymouth High School First Federal Savings Bank Students of the Month of October

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January 1, 2018
Plymouth High School First Federal Savings Bank Students of the Month of October

Congratulations to Plymouth High School senior Kiley Weiss, junior Gabby Ruiz, sophomore Mandi Daugherty and freshman Makayla Wilson for being chosen for the PHS First Federal Savings Bank students of the Month of October. The awards were announced last week during homeroom. All four students received a $10 gift cards to restaurants of their...
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Sarna Charged with Theft of Shop With A Cop Funds from Casey’s

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January 1, 2018
Sarna Charged with Theft of Shop With A Cop Funds from Casey’s

Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department investigated the theft of approximately $300.00 from the Shop With A Cop fund at Casey’s General Store on East Jefferson Street in Plymouth in early November. The investigation revealed that Theresa M. Sarna age 57, an employee, stole the money on November 6th.  A report was...
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The Painting With Marge Hour

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January 1, 2018
The Painting With Marge Hour

A very popular activity at Plymouth Miller’s Assisted Living is the monthly “Painting With Marge” hour.  Marge Burkholder of Plymouth’s Easy Art Studio brings everything needed for each participant to complete a watercolor painting within an hour.  The true beauty of the activity is the fact that Marge is able to talk the least...
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Teachers Credit Union October Teacher of the Month: Haley Church

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January 1, 2018
Teachers Credit Union October Teacher of the Month: Haley Church

PHS Art Teacher Haley Church was chosen by the student body as the PHS Teachers Credit Union (TCU) Teacher of the Month for October. She was selected for her positivity and the caring environment she creates in her classroom. One of the students who nominated her said, “Ms. Church is definitely the teacher of...
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