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Archive for January, 2018

County Police Arrest Seely from North Liberty for Possession of Marijuana

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January 17, 2018
County Police Arrest Seely from North Liberty for Possession of Marijuana

On Monday, January 17, Sergeant Les McFarland with the Marshall County Police Department was on routine patrol when he drove upon an accident in the area of 4B and Union Roads.  The driver involved in the accident was identified as Benjamin Seely, age 23 of North Liberty.  During the investigation, a substance believed to...
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LaPorte Man Arrested by County Police for OWI

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January 17, 2018
LaPorte Man Arrested by County Police for OWI

Sgt. Nicholas Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department was working DUI Taskforce on U.S. 30 east of Plymouth on Thursday, January 11th at approximately 11:00 p.m. About this time Marshall County Dispatch advised of two intoxicated persons who had just left the area of Oak Road and U.S. 30 in a gray Ford...
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Saturday Arrested by County Patrolman Bryant

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January 17, 2018
Saturday Arrested by County Patrolman Bryant

On Saturday January 13, 2018 County Patrolman Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop on U.S. 31 near 16th Road on a vehicle for multiple infractions. During the stop the driver, 52 year old William Brown of Otterbein was found to be operating the vehicle on a suspended license. He was subsequently arrested and lodged...
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Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with Town of Argos for Planning & Building

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January 17, 2018
Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with Town of Argos for Planning & Building

Marshall County Building Inspector Chuck DeWitt will assist the Town of Argos with building and planning after the County Commissioners approved an intergovernmental agreement during their meeting on Tuesday. Lisa Mulaney, Argos Town Clerk Treasurer told the commissioners they were seeking approval of the intergovernmental agreement to allow Mr. Dewitt to assist the town...
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PHS to Vote for this Year’s Basketball Homecoming King & Queen and Prince & Princess

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January 17, 2018
PHS to Vote for this Year’s Basketball Homecoming King & Queen and Prince & Princess

This Thursday, Plymouth High School staff and students will have the opportunity to vote via a Google Drive ballot for this year’s 2018 PHS Basketball Homecoming King and Queen and this year’s Homecoming Prince and Princess. All homecoming court candidates were nominated by their classmates on January 9 during homeroom. All winning candidates were...
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Tippecanoe Valley Superintendent Tenders Retirement Notice for End of School Year

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January 17, 2018
Tippecanoe Valley Superintendent Tenders Retirement Notice for End of School Year

After serving the Tippecanoe Valley Schools for 40 years, Superintendent Brett Boggs officially announced his retirement during the January 15 school board meeting. He will continue until the end of the current school year. He has held positions as teacher, assistant principal, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. Boggs said, “Having had the opportunity to...
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Most Improved Readers at Triton Elementary

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January 17, 2018
Most Improved Readers at Triton Elementary

Triton School Superintendent Jeremy Riffle sent congratulations to the following students who showed the most reading progress since the beginning of the year at Triton Elementary.  He said, “These students continue to work hard to meet their goals. These students improved the most in their grade level as measured by their reading composite score...
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IRS Changes Policy After Walorski Raises Concerns Over Impact on Military Retirees

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January 17, 2018
IRS Changes Policy After Walorski Raises Concerns Over Impact on Military Retirees

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday applauded the reversal of an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) policy that could harm low-income military retirees after she raised concerns over its potential impact. “All Americans have an obligation to pay the taxes they owe, but those who risked their lives for our country should be treated fairly...
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Donnelly: Congress Must Act to Ensure Thousands of Hoosier Retirees Receive Pensions They Have Earned

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January 17, 2018
Donnelly: Congress Must Act to Ensure Thousands of Hoosier Retirees Receive Pensions They Have Earned

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly spoke on the floor of the Senate Tuesday evening highlighting the need to protect the pensions of tens of thousands of Hoosier retirees, including 22,000 Teamsters and 2,700 mine workers. These retirees earned their pensions through decades of work, but are now at risk of significant pension cuts due to...
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Coaches Corner 1-13-18

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January 17, 2018


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