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Marshall County Community Foundation Awards $121,660 in Grants

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April 12, 2018
Marshall County Community Foundation Awards $121,660 in Grants

The Marshall County Community Foundation announced the first round of 2018 grants from the Foundation’s Community Fund and the Ralph C. Vonnegut Jr. Fund during an awards presentation held Wednesday, April 11. “Grant awards season is an exciting time,” noted Linda Yoder, Executive Director of the Marshall County Community Foundation. “Marshall County is blessed...
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Governor Holcomb Honors Easterday Construction in Culver Half Century Business Award

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April 11, 2018
Governor Holcomb Honors Easterday Construction in Culver Half Century Business Award

IndianaGovernor Eric J. Holcomb honored 44 Indiana companies Wednesday with the Governor’s Century or Half Century Business Award, recognizing each company for its longevity and service to its employees, community and the state. “Today we honor Hoosier business leaders who have been creating jobs and running their businesses in Indiana for more than 50...
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Donald Dickson, Jr. Sentenced to 27 Years Imprisonment for Criminal Confinement and for being a Habitual Offender

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April 11, 2018
Donald Dickson, Jr. Sentenced to 27 Years Imprisonment for  Criminal Confinement and for being  a Habitual Offender

Donald Dickson, Jr., 36, of Plymouth, was sentenced by agreement on Wednesday, April 11, in Marshall Superior Court Number I to a 27 total year sentence in the Indiana Department of Correction.  The sentence was entered in exchange for Dickson pleading guilty to one count of Criminal Confinement as a Level 2 Felony and...
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Koontz Arrested, 3 Times Legal Limit

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April 11, 2018
Koontz Arrested, 3 Times Legal Limit

On Friday April 6, Officer Chad Beatty with the Plymouth Police conducted a traffic stop at the corner of Baker and Michigan Streets for a lane violation. The driver, 39 year old Andy Koontz of Plymouth was taken for a certified chemical test. It was determined Koontz was three times the legal limit.  He...
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Walorski Announces Hoosier Manufacturer to Testify at Hearing on Jobs Gap

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April 11, 2018
Walorski Announces Hoosier Manufacturer to Testify at Hearing on Jobs Gap

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday announced a local manufacturer will testify Thursday at a congressional hearing on workforce development. Peter Barrett of Smoker Craft, a boat manufacturer in New Paris with 690 employees, will testify before the Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee about the need for skilled workers and efforts to get more Americans...
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Zone Uniform tournament coming April 21 and 22

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April 11, 2018

Zone Uniform tournament coming April 21 and 22 PLYMOUTH – There are still spots available for the upcoming Exposure Uniform Tournament April 21-22 at The Zone Sports Complex of Northern Indiana. This is the last week to register for the tournament that will award 20 Uniforms (10 home/10 away) to division winners. Got Game?...
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Bourbon Town Council to Investigate Regulations for Apartments above Downtown Businesses

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April 11, 2018
Bourbon Town Council to Investigate Regulations for Apartments above Downtown Businesses

Although not an agenda item for the Bourbon Town Council meeting on April 10, council members, Les McFarland, P.J. Hanley, and Larry Wattenbarger along with Bill Keyser for Zoning and Building and several audience members discussed what permits, parking requirements and engineering are needed to covert space above businesses for apartments downtown. The topic...
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Lancers claw back but fall short against South Central

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April 11, 2018

Lancers claw back but fall short against South Central UNION MILLS – Despite a 6-run deficit in the second inning, the LaVille baseball team almost came all the way back, eventually falling 8-6 to South Central on Tuesday. The Lancers scored four runs in the failed comeback on a single by Isaiah Herbster in...
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Cogswell & Johnson Arreted at Walmart for Theft

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April 11, 2018
Cogswell & Johnson Arreted at Walmart for Theft

On Friday evening, April 6, about 4:30 officers with the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to Walmart for a theft that had just occurred with one of the male subjects involved fleeing the scene. With a description of the vehicle, Marshall County officers were able to quickly locate it and conduct a traffic stop....
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PHS Junior Hosts 2nd Annual Autism Carnival April 13 at Menominee Elementary

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April 11, 2018
PHS Junior Hosts 2nd Annual Autism Carnival April 13 at Menominee Elementary

Plymouth High School junior Samantha Zechiel has once again done all the planning for this year’s Autism Carnival titled: A Walk on the Wild Side Family Fun Carnival.  The event was created by Zechiel to help raise awareness that April is National Autism Awareness Month and to raise awareness about autism resources available in...
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