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AG Curtis Hill endorses national prison reform legislation known as First Step Act

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December 26, 2018
AG Curtis Hill endorses national prison reform legislation known as First Step Act

Attorney General Curtis Hill last week joined 37 other attorneys general in signing a bipartisan letter endorsing the national prison reform legislation known as the First Step Act. In announcing his support for the legislation, Attorney General Hill issued the following statement: “All Americans should be encouraged by the bipartisan manner in which Congress...
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Triton Elementary Preschoolers Giving Back & Living out the Trojan Way, Others Over Self!

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December 26, 2018
Triton Elementary Preschoolers Giving Back & Living out the Trojan Way, Others Over Self!

The Triton Elementary preschooler’s have been reading about and discussing what it looks and feels like to give of their time, talents, and treasures. They packed Blessings bags last week and Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “They loved it.” He thanked Mrs. Lisek for teaching such a great lesson so early in these scholars lives!...
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YEAR END SUPPORT FOR THE REES

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December 25, 2018
YEAR END SUPPORT FOR THE REES

Community involvement is a key component to the success of The REES Project and that has been evident throughout this capital campaign as a Regional Cities match was reached this fall and with sights set on attaining the overall goal of $3.46MM in 2019.  Two separate star level gifts are being announced today from...
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Cardonas Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

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December 25, 2018
Cardonas Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

After a lengthy investigation, 21 year old Kelvin Torres Cardonas of Plymouth was arrested December 20th at 2 p.m. for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor. Cardonas was taken into custody and transported to the jail where he was charged with Sexual Misconduct with a Minor as a Level 4 Felony.  He is currently being...
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City Meetings Wednesday due to Christmas Holiday

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December 25, 2018
City Meetings Wednesday due to Christmas Holiday

The City of Plymouth will meet Wednesday evening due to the Christmas Holiday with the Board of Public Works and Safety and the Common Council meetings. The Board of Public Works begins at 6 p.m. and the agenda includes awarding the 2019 Street Materials along with Department head reports. City Engineer Rick Gaul will...
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Senate Committee Assignments Announced: Head Appointed to Chair Judiciary Committee

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December 25, 2018
Senate Committee Assignments Announced: Head Appointed to Chair Judiciary Committee

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) recently appointed Senator Randy Head as chair of the Senate Committee on Judiciary for the 121st Indiana General Assembly. Head said, “My experience as a lawyer has prepared me to serve as chair of the Senate Committee on Judiciary. The 2019 session will bring many pieces of proposed legislation...
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Two People Injured in Crash at US 30 & Plymouth Goshen Trail

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December 25, 2018
Two People Injured in Crash at US 30 & Plymouth Goshen Trail

Marshall County Police responded to a two vehicle crash on December 20th that resulted in a Plymouth man being airlifted to a trauma center in South Bend. The two vehicle accident occurred about 3:15 in the afternoon when Mr. Bickel attempted to cross US 30 and he drove into the path of a 1999...
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Speeder Arrested by County Police

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December 25, 2018
Speeder Arrested by County Police

On Tuesday, December 18th, just after 11 p.m. Sergeant Nicholas Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department was working Interdiction on US 30 west of Gumwood Road.   He observed a vehicle traveling east at a very high rate of speed, and clocked the vehicle at 114 mph on radar. Sergeant Laffoon eventually caught up...
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Bourbon Woman Arrested by County Police

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December 25, 2018
Bourbon Woman Arrested by County Police

On Friday, December 21st at 1:25 in the morning, Marshall County Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop in the 2000 block of Meadowlane Drive on a red 2005 Pontiac passenger vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, 28 year old Rebecca L. Webb of Bourbon was found to be operating with a driving status of...
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Therapy Thursday Event – “Upcycling Plastic Bags with Crochet” – January 10, 2019

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December 25, 2018
Therapy Thursday Event – “Upcycling Plastic Bags with Crochet” – January 10, 2019

Are you in need of some therapy to survive the cold winter weather? Join the fun at the Marshall County Museum on Thursday, January 10 from noon to 1 PM and learn to recycle those pesky plastic bags at the Therapy Thursday event. Participants will create a coaster using a crochet technique! Crafter, Cyndi...
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