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Archive for May, 2019

What’s Your Opinion 5-16-19

May 21, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 5-15-19 Yellow River Festival

May 21, 2019


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Commissioners Vote to End GPS Monitoring of County Vehicles

May 20, 2019
Commissioners Vote to End GPS Monitoring of County Vehicles

In a 2-1 vote, with Commissioner Mike Delp voting against, the Marshall County Commissioners decided to end the contract with Network Fleet management for GPS monitoring of county vehicles. Commissioner Stan Klotz raised the issue during the time set aside for Commissioner Items during their regular Monday, May 20 meeting. Klotz said that he...
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Census Looking to Hire Locally for 2020 Count

May 20, 2019
Census Looking to Hire Locally for 2020 Count

During the Monday, May 20 commissioner meeting two employees of the US Census Bureau addressed the commissioners to let them know that they are looking for employees to help with the census. Richard Underkofler of Highland is a recruiter for the US Census. Underkofler told the board that he had been in contact with...
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2 Arrested in Motorcycle Crash Friday Night

May 20, 2019
2 Arrested in Motorcycle Crash Friday Night

On Friday, May 17th, about 7:30 in the evening, Marshall County Police were dispatched to the area of US 6 and Quince Road for a motorcycle accident. Officers located a motorcycle and a moped on the side of US 6 with two male subjects identified as the operators. An investigation by Officer Wozniak revealed...
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Commissioner Delp Urges Businesses Not to Place Signs in the County’s Right-Of-Way

May 20, 2019
Commissioner Delp Urges Businesses Not to Place Signs in the County’s Right-Of-Way

During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting, Commissioner Mike Delp reminded citizens that ground signs should not be placed in the county’s right-of-way along roads. Last week he traveled many of the county roadways and removed dozens of illegal sign.  Many of the businesses who had signs in the county’s right-of-way received a personal call to...
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MARSHALL COUNTY D.A.R.E. STUDENTS HONORED

May 20, 2019
MARSHALL COUNTY D.A.R.E. STUDENTS HONORED

Five Marshall County D.A.R.E. students were honored Thursday evening, May 16 at the 28th Annual Project D.A.R.E. of Marshall County banquet.  Hunter Davis, son of Robert and Amber Davis was the Argos Community Schools D.A.R.E. essay winner. Camila Jimenez, daughter of Jamie Jimenez and Maria Diaz was the Bremen Community Schools D.A.R.E. essay winner....
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Senators Announce Stop for School Buses Act

May 20, 2019
Senators Announce Stop for School Buses Act

Monday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Gary Peters (D-Mich.) announced the introduction of the Stop for School Buses Act of 2019 (S. 1254). Last year, in Rochester a driver struck and killed three young siblings and injured a fourth student while they were boarding a school bus. This bipartisan legislation requires a comprehensive evaluation of...
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Marshall Arrested for Being over 2 Times the Legal Limit

May 20, 2019
Marshall Arrested for Being over 2 Times the Legal Limit

A LaPorte man was arrested on Saturday, May 18th after a Marshall County Police Officer conducted a traffic stop just after 11 PM at North Michigan Road and 2C Road.  Officer Wozniak stopped a gold 2005 Pontiac passenger car and found the driver, 42 year old Ian W. Marshall to be operating without ever...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE SAFE SWIMMING THIS SUMMER

May 20, 2019
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE SAFE SWIMMING THIS SUMMER

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is reminding Hoosiers to protect themselves from illness and injury in pools, lakes and other bodies of water as part of Healthy and Safe Swimming Week, which is observed May 20-26, 2019. In Indiana, 114 people died of drowning in 2017. According to the Centers for Disease...
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Walorski Statement on Auto Tariff Delay

May 20, 2019
Walorski Statement on Auto Tariff Delay

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Friday released the following statement after the White House announced a six-month delay in deciding whether to impose Section 232 tariffs on automobiles and automotive parts: “President Trump’s decision not to impose auto tariffs in the coming days comes as a relief to millions of American workers and families...
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Miller’s Employee Enjoys Volunteering

May 20, 2019
Miller’s Employee Enjoys Volunteering

Miller’s Assisted Living Community Relations Director Anna Corbett enjoys the time she helps with Junior Achievement during the year.  Recently she and JA Coordinator Liz Marshall volunteered their time the St. Joseph County Wine & Brew Fest which was held at the South Bend Cubs Four Winds Field. The event raised money for Junior...
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Attorney General Hill Defends Ban on Abortions where Living Fetuses are Removed from Womb Piece by Piece

May 20, 2019
Attorney General Hill Defends Ban on Abortions where Living Fetuses are Removed from Womb Piece by Piece

Attorney General Curtis Hill last week filed documents in U.S. district court defending an Indiana law banning dismemberment abortions. In these second-trimester procedures, physicians use forceps to rip live fetuses piece by piece from their mothers’ wombs. As they are being dismembered, the fetuses bleed to death. Representing a physician who performs dismemberment abortions,...
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THE CENTAURIDE PLANNING STOP AT HEMINGER HOUSE

May 19, 2019
THE CENTAURIDE PLANNING STOP AT HEMINGER HOUSE

Monday, May 20, at approximately 10:00am, Meredith Cherry will be riding her horse Appolo from Ancilla to the Heminger House Shelter as part of her trek around the USA 48 States for Domestic Violence Awareness. She has ridden over 6300 miles so far. It will take her about 3 hours to ride to the...
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Twenty PHS Seniors Inducted into this Year’s Academic Hall of Fame

May 19, 2019
Twenty PHS Seniors Inducted into this Year’s Academic Hall of Fame

Sunday afternoon, Plymouth High School inducted 20 seniors into the Plymouth High School Academic Hall of Fame. The event took place in the PHS Studio Theatre. This year marks the 33rd year of the Academic Hall of Fame ceremony, which began in 1986. Recipients of this award must have taken classes in the respective...
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Open House at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

May 19, 2019
Open House at M.C. Sheriff’s Department

Marshall County Sheriff, Matthew Hassel, would like to invite the Marshall County Community to attend an Open House at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Hassel explains that the Open House is a great way for the department to connect with the community and showcase what all the Sheriff’s Department does. He would also...
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Plymouth High School Inducts 29 students into National Honor Society

May 19, 2019
Plymouth High School Inducts 29 students into National Honor Society

On Sunday, May 19, 29 Plymouth High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society for their hard work and dedication to their academics. The induction ceremony was held this afternoon in the Plymouth High School auditorium. In all 29 students were accepted into the National Honor Society, which includes two seniors, 11...
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Scholarships Available to Students Who Stay on Track

May 19, 2019
Scholarships Available to Students Who Stay on Track

With the rising cost of tuition, the 21st Century Scholarship is a great opportunity for young Hoosiers to afford college and achieve their career goals. The scholarship provides up to four years of undergraduate tuition at public colleges or universities in Indiana. Students in seventh or eighth grades must apply before June 30. Families must meet certain income...
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Plymouth School Superintendent Discusses Funding with Failure of Referendum

May 19, 2019
Plymouth School Superintendent Discusses Funding with Failure of Referendum

Plymouth Schools Superintendent Andy Hartley told board members at the May 15 public meeting that administrators will be evaluating everything from an efficiency perspective. Referring to funding increases that were approved for education by the state legislators during the recent session, Hartley said, “We’ve seen headlines that there were historic increases for education. We’ve...
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Drainage Board Meeting Monday

May 19, 2019
Drainage Board Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning May 20th at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes a request to use the right-of-way easement for the John Line Tile Arm in Union Township.   Carrollida Farm is seeking a realignment of the Jap Lake...
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