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Archive for April, 2019

Commissioners Discuss Paving Project Around Court House

April 7, 2019
Commissioners Discuss Paving Project Around Court House

Marshall County Commissioner Mike Delp brought forward at last Monday’s commissioner meeting that the City of Plymouth will be doing street projects on both Madison and Walnut Streets around the Court House later this month. He had concerns with employee parking and suggested talking with Walsh and Kelly to see what it might cost...
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DONALD J. PALBYKIN, 89, formerly of Plymouth

April 7, 2019

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Commissioners Approve Community Crossing Grant Awards

April 7, 2019
Commissioners Approve Community Crossing Grant Awards

With the recent announcement by INDOT that Marshall County was awarded a $997,500 grant from the most recent round of Community Crossings grants, the commissioners motioned last Monday to allow Kevin Overmyer, President of the Commissioners to sign the five grant contracts for road projects this year. Projects approved for the Community Crossings Grant...
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County Council Meeting Monday and Joint Works Session with Commissioners

April 7, 2019

The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their short agenda includes the annual report on CASA of Marshall County by Executive Director Chastity Keller. Marshall Superior Court II Judge, Dean Colvin will be at the meeting to discuss the...
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Representative Jack Jordan: Nominate a Senior Volunteer

April 7, 2019
Representative Jack Jordan: Nominate a Senior Volunteer

If you know an older Hoosier who makes volunteering a major part of their life, consider nominating them for a 2019 Golden Hoosier Award. Established in 2008, the Golden Hoosier Award recognizes seniors for a lifetime of service in their community. This is the highest honor bestowed upon older citizens in Indiana Nominees must be...
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Caution: The Promise of a Large Tax Refund May Be a Scam

April 7, 2019
Caution: The Promise of a Large Tax Refund May Be a Scam

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is advising Hoosiers to be leery of so-called tax preparers promising larger than expected tax refunds. The promise of a large tax refund is often publicized by scam artists claiming to be legitimate tax preparers to encourage unsuspecting victims to file taxes using their services. These scammers use...
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Plymouth Police Officer Krynock and K-9 Partner Castor Visit Miller’s

April 7, 2019
Plymouth Police Officer Krynock and K-9 Partner Castor Visit Miller’s

Plymouth Police Officer Stuart Krynock and his K-9 partner, Castor paid a visit to the residents and their guests at Miller’s Assisted Living Facility on Thursday afternoon.  Castor is a 3 1/2 year old Belgian Malinois that came from the Netherlands and responds to his commands in Dutch.  The Belgian Malinois is a high...
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Young and Jones Introduce Bipartisan Nursing Where It’s Needed Act

April 7, 2019
Young and Jones Introduce Bipartisan Nursing Where It’s Needed Act

Friday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Doug Jones (D-Ala.) introduced the Nursing Where It’s Needed (Nursing WIN) Act, bipartisan legislation that would address the high demand for qualified nurses in underserved areas. Specifically, the bill would allow nurses at health care facilities with critical nursing shortages to benefit from the NURSE Corps Loan Repayment...
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The Spirituality of Saint Katharina Kasper

April 7, 2019
The Spirituality of Saint Katharina Kasper

Join Sister Germaine Hustedde of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ on Tuesday, May 7 for a day program on The Spirituality of Saint Katharina Kasper, foundress of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. This program will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center. Check-in is at 8:30...
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Mark Lawayne Griffin Sentenced to 7 Years for Dealing in Methamphetamine

April 7, 2019
Mark Lawayne Griffin Sentenced to 7 Years for Dealing in Methamphetamine

Mark Lawayne Griffin, 58, of Walkerton, was sentenced by agreement on April 4, in Marshall Superior Court 1.  Griffin will serve 7 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction.  Judge Robert O. Bowen approved the agreement between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tami Napier and defense attorney Lindsay Shively.  In exchange for Griffin’s admission,...
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