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Commissioners Consider Upgrade fro Audio Visual Equipment in Meeting Room

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October 18, 2018
Commissioners Consider Upgrade fro Audio Visual Equipment in Meeting Room

Michael Morin from Business Information Systems presented the Marshall County Commissioners with a proposal to overhaul the audio and video system in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The proposal would include 12 news Boundary microphones with mute buttons and 6 desk-top monitors for board members.  The proposal also changes the...
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County Drainage Board Approves Maintenance Bids

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October 18, 2018
County Drainage Board Approves Maintenance Bids

Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board award maintenance bids for four projects during their meeting on Monday. LDP Excavating was awarded the bid for the Noah Berger Ditch in Walnut Township.  The project begins at 15th Road and continues to 14th Road and will clean the ditch to the original bottom for 6,200...
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Commissioners Approve LED Lighting Project with Telamon

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October 18, 2018
Commissioners Approve LED Lighting Project with Telamon

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approved the LED lighting project with Telamon Corporation. Commissioners Mike Delp is the lead on this project and said, “As I added it up there are 2911 bulbs that have to potential to be changed.”  He said Councilman Jon Van Vactor has asked if any of the lights...
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City Helps Phi Delts Find Water Leak Causing High Water Bills

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October 18, 2018
City Helps Phi Delts Find Water Leak Causing High Water Bills

Plymouth’s Utility Superintendent, Donnie Davidson told the Board of Public Works and Safety they were able to assist the Phi Delta Fraternity on West Harrison Street with an extremely large water bill.   In February the club received a $750 water bill. City employees went to the building and suspected a toilet was running.  While...
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Jim Masterson to be County Council Representative on Regional Sewer District Task Force

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October 18, 2018
Jim Masterson to be County Council Representative on Regional Sewer District Task Force

Last week the Marshall County Council gave their support to the request of County Health Administrator Christine Stinson and County Plan Director Ty Adley to create a task force to look at the issues with failing septic system and no place for a new onsite system. The task force would spend 12 to 18...
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Volunteers Surprise Miller’s Residents With Party

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October 18, 2018
Volunteers Surprise Miller’s Residents With Party

Cassandra Hardesty and her daughters, seven year old Calista and six year old Cadence wanted to do something fun during Plymouth School’s fall break so they decided to plan a party for the residents at Miller’s Assisted Living.  They chose as their theme a Neverland Fairy Party. The Hardesty’s, volunteers and Activity Director Cindy...
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Donnelly Opposes McConnell’s Plan to Cut Medicare and Social Security

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October 18, 2018
Donnelly Opposes McConnell’s Plan to Cut Medicare and Social Security

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly rejected comments made Wednesday morning by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Bloomberg TV.   In the interview, McConnell first expressed concern about the budget deficit, which the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has previously said is rising “primarily” due to the partisan McConnell-Ryan tax law from 2017. McConnell then called...
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Final “Bison-tennial” Celebration Book now Available for Purchase

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October 18, 2018
Final “Bison-tennial” Celebration Book now Available for Purchase

The final Indiana Bicentennial project book, “Indiana’s ‘Bison-tennial’ Project: A Celebration of Hoosier History, Artistry and Creativity” is now available for purchase for $39.95 from M.T. Publishing Company, Inc. This 144-page, full-color, 9” X 12” hardbound book celebrates The Bison-tennial Legacy Project, a project with the end goal of decorating and displaying five-foot-tall fiberglass...
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What’s Your Opinion 10-18-18

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October 18, 2018


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Dust at Dusk with Angela 10-13-18

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October 18, 2018


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