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County Jail to Install New Phone System

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December 18, 2018
County Jail to Install New Phone System

Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners approved a contract to install a new phone system in the Marshall County Jail. Sheriff Matt Hassel and Matt Pitney, Director of Communications at the jail told the county commissioners that they have experienced major phone issues since December 7th, not with the 911 system but with the...
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City Council Hears 1st Reading of Fee Schedule Increases

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December 18, 2018
City Council Hears 1st Reading of Fee Schedule Increases

Members of the Plymouth City Council heard first reading of an ordinance that will increase certain fees in the Plymouth Park Department and at the Airport last week. Both the Plymouth Park Board and the Aviation Board have already approved the new fee schedules.  The City Council will now consider the increases.  The Plymouth...
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FOP 195′s Shop With A Cop Assists Local Seniors

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December 18, 2018
FOP 195′s Shop With A Cop Assists Local Seniors

The Plymouth Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 195 recently donated 77 gift cards valued at $78 each to Real Services.  The cards will be distributed to their clients who are in need of assistance. The hope of F.O.P. Lodge 195 is that the seniors will use the cards to purchase food and or medicine.
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Walorski, Kind Urge Solution to Tariffs on Mexico, Canada

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December 18, 2018
Walorski, Kind Urge Solution to Tariffs on Mexico, Canada

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) and Ron Kind (D-Wis.) Tuesday called for a swift solution to the steel and aluminum tariffs on Mexico and Canada. Walorski and Kind were joined by six other members of the Ways and Means Committee in urging the U.S. Trade Representative, Amb. Robert Lighthizer, to prioritize lifting the tariffs...
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Be a Holiday Hero – Give the Gift of Life

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December 18, 2018
Be a Holiday Hero – Give the Gift of Life

Emergencies don’t take a holiday. The American Red Cross urgently needs blood and platelet donors to make an appointment now to give and help ensure patients can get the treatment they need at a moment’s notice. In November 2016, a 100-foot maple tree fell on Mike McMahon, causing life-threatening injuries. He needed 11 units...
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AG Curtis Hill continues seeking U.S. Supreme Court review of case involving Indiana abortion laws

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December 18, 2018
AG Curtis Hill continues seeking U.S. Supreme Court review of case involving Indiana abortion laws

Attorney General Curtis Hill Tuesday filed Indiana’s latest brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the constitutionality of an Indiana law involving abortion. Enacted in 2016, House Bill 1337 contains two provisions at issue in the current case. One provision requires health facilities disposing of fetal remains to treat them with the same...
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State Accepting Nominations for Governor’s Century, Half Century Business Awards

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December 18, 2018
State Accepting Nominations for Governor’s Century, Half Century Business Awards

state of Indiana is currently accepting nominations for the Governor’s Century and Half Century Business Awards, which honor Hoosier businesses that have remained in operation for at least 100 or 50 years, respectively, and have demonstrated a commitment to serving the community. Governor Eric J. Holcomb will recognize award winners and present a commemorative...
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David Cottrell Arrested on Multiple Charges including Sexual Battery & Criminal Confinement

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December 17, 2018
David Cottrell Arrested on Multiple Charges including Sexual Battery & Criminal Confinement

30 year old David Cottrell was arrested on Thursday, December 13th about 1:30 in the afternoon for the crimes of Sexual Battery, Criminal Confinement, Escape, Resisting Law Enforcement. Mr. Cottrell was being investigated for the Sexual Battery and Criminal Confinement charges when, after arrest, he fled on foot leading to the extra charges of...
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County Drainage Board Approves Variance to Work in the Ditch Right-of-Way to Stabilize the Bank

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December 17, 2018
County Drainage Board Approves Variance to Work in the Ditch Right-of-Way to Stabilize the Bank

A bank stabilization plan was approved by the Marshall County Drainage Board Monday morning. A high intensity AEP, 4-legged transmission tower in the 1800 block of Jarrah Road was constructed years ago, too closed to the Stepheny Forsythe stream.  Flowing water has caused one of the four tower foundations to be exposed at least...
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Commissioners Consider Proposal to have Properties Appraised

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December 17, 2018
Commissioners Consider Proposal to have Properties Appraised

The Marshall County Commissioner were presented with a proposal to have a complete appraisal of all the county owned buildings.  During the commissioner’s meeting on Monday, Mike Miley, Insurance consultant said he received 4 bids in September to do the appraisals.  He narrowed it down to two and then selected Industrial Appraisal Company. Miley...
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