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What’s Your Opinion 12-31-18

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December 31, 2018


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Lee Motz Jr. Arrested by Bourbon Police for Domestic Battery

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December 30, 2018
Lee Motz Jr. Arrested by Bourbon Police for Domestic Battery

Bourbon Police arrested Lee A. Motz Jr. after it was determined he battered his wife. On December 27th, just before 11 p.m. Officer Matthew Geiger was dispatched to 206 West Center Street in Bourbon for a domestic situation.   Officer Geiger spoke to the victim as Officer Mathew Haskins searched for the suspect, Lee Motz...
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Elks Hoop Shoot Winners

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December 30, 2018
Elks Hoop Shoot Winners

Plymouth Elks Lodge 2548 hosted the Local Hoop Shoot on Dec 2nd.    Students from ages 8-13 participated in this youth activity. With the support of the area gym teachers and PHS Athletic Director and Boys and Girls basketball players, along with Plymouth Elks Lodge Officers, the contest was a success.   The winners...
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Bell Ringers Raise $13,900.46 for Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

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December 30, 2018
Bell Ringers Raise $13,900.46 for Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

Doug Kucera, Director of the Salvation Army in Marshall County was very happy with this year’s Red Kettle Campaign. Kucera had a goal of $10,000 to be collected by the Bell Ringers  between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  On Friday, Kucera announced that nearly $14,000 was raised and that total does not include funds raised in...
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Commissioners Meet Monday Morning

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December 30, 2018
Commissioners Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning for a quick meeting.  The primary purpose of the meeting is to approve the final claims for 2018.  The commissioners will also give the auditor permission to move funds in various line items to make sure the year ends with no fund in the red. Also...
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Elected Officials for 2019 Sworn in Friday by Judge Bowen

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December 30, 2018
Elected Officials for 2019 Sworn in Friday by Judge Bowen

The Honorable Judge Robert Bowen of Marshall Superior Court I had the privilege of administering the oath of office to the 2019 elected officials Friday morning. Elected officials from the County and Township gathered in the auxiliary courtroom in the Court House with their family members to watch as they recited their oath of...
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Guest commentary Commissioner Kurt West Garner

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December 30, 2018
Guest commentary Commissioner Kurt West Garner

This time of year is always ripe with reflection and gratitude.  I first want to express my sincere appreciation to the public for permitting me to serve you over the last four years as commissioner.  It’s an honor to be part of the democratic system of representational government and a sacred trust upon which...
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Plymouth Man Arrested on K County Warrant

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December 30, 2018
Plymouth Man Arrested on K County Warrant

Plymouth Police were dispatched to the area of 5th and Jefferson Streets just before 1 in the morning on December 26th for a male subject being disruptive towards a female. City officers located the male suspect, 52 year old Wade Hall in the area.  As police were speaking with him it was found that...
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Karen Baltes Arrested for OWI

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December 30, 2018
Karen Baltes Arrested for OWI

A Plymouth woman was arrested on December 27 by city police. About 8:30 in the evening, Officer Jerrid Arnold conducted a traffic stop near North Michigan Street and US 30.  Following an investigation, 48 year old Karen Baltes was arrested for OWI Felony with a previous OWI conviction and Possession of a Legend drug....
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AG Curtis Hill announces $575 million settlement with Wells Fargo

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December 30, 2018
AG Curtis Hill announces $575 million settlement with Wells Fargo

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced this week that Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay $575 million to resolve claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws. As part of a settlement involving all 50 states and the District of Columbia, Indiana will receive $5.2 million. Specifically, the settlement resolves claims that Wells Fargo:...
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