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Board of Finance Accepts RFP’s for County’s Cash Management System

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October 2, 2018
Board of Finance Accepts RFP’s for County’s Cash Management System

The Marshall County Board of Finance, made up of the three county commissioners and the county treasurer meet Monday morning in a quick meeting to accept the request for proposals for consideration for Marshall County’s cash management system for 2019 and 2020. Seven financial institutions submitted proposals: 1st Merchants Bank in Bourbon, Teachers Credit...
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Park Board Approves Free Use of Pavilion for Young Professionals Network

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October 1, 2018
Park Board Approves Free Use of Pavilion for Young Professionals Network

Monday evening the Plymouth Park Board approved the request of the Young Professionals Network of Marshall County to have free use of the pavilion at Price’s Pond on October 6th. The Young Professionals Network is a fast growing, personal and professional development program in the county that encourages young professionals to get involved and...
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Charlie Carlisle of Plymouth Arrested by County Police for Meth, Operating on Controlled Substance & Syringe

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October 1, 2018
Charlie Carlisle of Plymouth Arrested by County Police for Meth, Operating on Controlled Substance & Syringe

On Sunday morning, September 30th, just after midnight, Marshall County Officers were en route to Culver to assist an officer on a traffic stop. On the way down to Culver, Officer Ayala with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was behind a vehicle that was all over the roadway and had driven left of center twice....
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FAFSA OPENS MONDAY FOR 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

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October 1, 2018
FAFSA OPENS MONDAY FOR 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education announced Monday that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is open for the 2019-2020 school year. With over $300 million available in state financial aid—as well as billions of dollars in federal aid—it is more important than ever for Hoosiers to file the FAFSA on time...
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Elkhart Woman Hits Nappanee Bicyclist on Beech Road

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October 1, 2018
Elkhart Woman Hits Nappanee Bicyclist on Beech Road

Marshall County Police are investigating a bicyclist being struck on Saturday near Bremen. Just before noon, Marshall County Central Dispatch received a report of a collision at on Beech Road north of Plymouth Goshen Trail involving a motor vehicle and bicyclist.  Arriving at the scene, Officer Laffoon found that a Ford Explorer driven by...
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Dept. Workforce Dev. Inviting Marshall County Companies to Work-Based Learning Program

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October 1, 2018
Dept. Workforce Dev. Inviting Marshall County Companies to Work-Based Learning Program

Business leaders in northern Indiana are invited to learn about the state’s new Office of Work-Based Learning & Apprenticeship and how it can help address workforce development needs. The two opportunities on Oct. 11 are: 9:30 a.m. at the Warsaw Public Library, 310 E. Main St., Meeting Room C; and 2:30 p.m. at the...
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Walorski Statement on U.S.-Canada-Mexico Trade Agreement

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October 1, 2018
Walorski Statement on U.S.-Canada-Mexico Trade Agreement

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Monday released the following statement after the U.S., Canada, and Mexico announced a new trilateral trade agreement: “A modernized trade agreement with Mexico and Canada will strengthen America’s economy and open new markets for made-in-America products. This announcement is welcome news for northern Indiana, and I look forward to...
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Grandparents/VIP Day at Triton

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October 1, 2018
Grandparents/VIP Day at Triton

Triton School Corporation held their annual Grandparents/VIP Day on Friday, September 22nd.   Students from Mrs. Bilinski’s 1st grade classroom enjoyed an activity with very important people in their lives. Superintendent Jeremy K. Riffle said thank you to the Triton School Corporation community for their Uncommon support of the students, classroom, and programs!
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