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Commissioners Approve 1st Reading of Solar Energy Systems

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February 17, 2020
Commissioners Approve 1st Reading of Solar Energy Systems

The Marshall County Commissioners approved first reading of an ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance for Solar Energy Systems (SES). The intent of the ordinance is to protect the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community while accommodating the energy needs of residents and businesses.  The new regulations are necessary in order to...
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Dancing With The Stars Raises Over $123K for Neighborhood Center

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February 17, 2020
Dancing With The Stars Raises Over $123K for Neighborhood Center

Over the weekend, Chris Garner, Executive Director of the Marshall County Neighborhood Center released the fundraising results from Dancing With The Stars on February 8th. Garner said, “It was an amazing night.”   She said there was a great team of people that put so much work in behind the scenes to make the event...
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Walkerton Man Arrested by County Police for After Roll-Over Crash.

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February 17, 2020
Walkerton Man Arrested by County Police for After Roll-Over Crash.

On Friday, February 14th, at approximately 7:30 in the evening, a Marshall County Deputy was dispatched to the area of 5th Road and Underwood Road for a single vehicle rollover accident. During the investigation, the driver of the vehicle, 50 year old Bryan K. Cecrle of Walkerton was found to be under the influence...
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$3000 Donation to SJHC Plymouth Medical Center to Support Cancer Patients

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February 17, 2020
$3000 Donation to SJHC Plymouth Medical Center to Support Cancer Patients

The Foundation of Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) received a $3,000 donation from the Ounce of Prevention organization in Plymouth to help fund the nurse navigator position at SJHS Plymouth Medical Center. Breast cancer presents a variety of challenges to a patient and their family. To assist them through the treatment process SJHS offers the support...
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Plymouth Man Arrested Saturday Morning for OWI Following Single Vehicle Crash

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February 17, 2020
Plymouth Man Arrested Saturday Morning for OWI Following Single Vehicle Crash

On Saturday morning, February 15th the Marshall County 911 Center received a call in reference to a vehicle crash in the 8000 block of US 6 near Jarrah Road.   The caller told dispatch that the crash was a single vehicle into a utility pole. Arriving on the scene about 10:30 Office Rans determined that...
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Greg Brown Arrested for Leaving the Scene of an Accident

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February 17, 2020
Greg Brown Arrested for Leaving the Scene of an Accident

A 41 year old Plymouth Man was lodged in the Marshall County Jail on Sunday evening after leaving the scene of an accident. Plymouth Police were dispatched to 1013 North Michigan Street about 9:45 for an accident where the driver, 41 year old Gregory A. Brown left the scene before police arrived.  Brown was...
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PHS Culinary & Chinese Students Collaborate for Chinese New Year Celebration

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February 17, 2020
PHS Culinary & Chinese Students Collaborate for Chinese New Year Celebration

Plymouth High School students in Susan Kuckie’s culinary classes and students in Chinese teacher Mei Guan’s classes were hoping Mother Nature wouldn’t sabotage the culinary labs on Thursday, Feb. 6th that they have been looking forward to all year long. Guan said the lab is in honor of the Chinese New Year which started...
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How Are State Tax Dollars Spent? Find Out!

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February 17, 2020
How Are State Tax Dollars Spent? Find Out!

In January 2020, DOR launched the Indiana’s Tax Dollars at Work communications campaign to educate Hoosiers on how state tax dollars benefit them every day. Since then, DOR has published two blogs and several social media posts explaining how both DOR and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources are utilizing state tax dollars all...
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New Program Begins New Semester at Ancilla, Veterinary Nursing

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February 17, 2020
New Program Begins New Semester at Ancilla, Veterinary Nursing

Ancilla College’s new Veterinary Nursing program began with the first cohort of students this past August. As the ten students head into their second semester of classes, the students are learning that the curriculum is rigorous and there is a high standard throughout the program. Students will work with a variety of animals and...
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Senators Young, Cardin, Van Hollen Introduce Bill to Ensure Lifesaving Organs Reach Patients

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February 17, 2020
Senators Young, Cardin, Van Hollen Introduce Bill to Ensure Lifesaving Organs Reach Patients

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) Friday announced bipartisan legislation to help prevent lifesaving organs from getting lost in transport. The Lost Opportunities to Supply Transplantable Organs (LOST Organs) Act would require the U.S. organ donation system, managed by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), to better track...
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Video Weaver (70) of Rochester and formerly of Plymouth

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February 17, 2020
Video Weaver (70) of Rochester and formerly of Plymouth

Click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Zone adult leagues to get under way

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February 17, 2020

Zone adult leagues to get under way PLYMOUTH — Get your teams together now to join The Zone’s Winter Adult Basketball League, which will tip Sunday, March 1. Games will be played every Sunday (late afternoon/evening) and the league will last 6 weeks (so it will conclude April 5). The cost is $250 per...
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Quotes and Bids Opened for City Vehicles

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February 16, 2020
Quotes and Bids Opened for City Vehicles

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened vehicle bids for three departments during their meeting last week. The City Street Department received quotes from three vendors: Wiers International Trucks and Oliver Ford Lincoln.  Wiers quotes a 2021 International CV515 cab and chassis for $49,521.  They offered $2,000 in trade value for a...
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Bourbon Town Council and Triton Superintendent Continue to Work on Getting Student Involved in Governement

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February 16, 2020
Bourbon Town Council and Triton Superintendent Continue to Work on Getting Student Involved in Governement

The Bourbon Town Council has been exploring ways to include the youth of the community in their decisions that benefit all of the citizens. Council member Les McFarland began meeting with Triton High School administrators several months ago to design a program whereby students could get a first-hand look at how the council makes...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

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February 16, 2020
Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners have a busy agenda for their meeting at 9:30 on Monday morning.  Highway Superintendent Jason Peters will be the first to report followed by County Plan Director Ty Adley who has ordinances to present for erosion control, solar and the solar fee ordinance.  The erosion control ordinance was denied in...
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North Central Area Vocational Cooperative (NCAVC) Aviation Flight Open House Feb. 18

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February 16, 2020
North Central Area Vocational Cooperative (NCAVC) Aviation Flight Open House   Feb. 18

The North Central Area Vocational Cooperative (NCAVC), Aviation Flight Program will be hosting an open house event for the Aviation program for the 2020-21 school year on Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 5-8 p.m. Presentations and tours will take place at 5:30 and again at 7 p.m. The Career Technical Education (CTE) program is offered...
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Bourbon Resident Warns Town Council of Pending Lawsuit

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February 16, 2020
Bourbon Resident Warns Town Council of Pending Lawsuit

The Bourbon Town Council approved the resignation of Jessica Amsden during their meeting Tuesday evening. Amsden has been cleaning both the town offices and the Police Department areas. The council also approved the contracts with Dena Wattenbarger and Doug Warren. Warren performs custodial duties at the town park and Wattenbarger manages the Matchette Center....
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Senator Donato: Bill to Address the Detection of Underground Utility Lines Passes Committee

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February 16, 2020
Senator Donato: Bill to Address the Detection of Underground Utility Lines Passes Committee

A bill sponsored by State Senator Stacey Donato (R-Logansport) that would address the detection of underground utility lines unanimously passed the Senate Committee on Utilities Thursday. House Bill 1218 would amend the state’s current “Call Before You Dig” law to require utility operators who bury their service to use materials capable of being detected from above ground....
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Plymouth Park Board Approves Free Use of Shelter for Twister Run

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February 16, 2020
Plymouth Park Board Approves Free Use of Shelter for Twister Run

Earlier this month the Plymouth Park Board approved the request of free use of the Freyman Shelter on November 7th for a “Twisted Run” by Orienteering Cincinnati. The twisted run will be a fundraiser for the Junior National Orienteering Program.  This fundraising activity, in conjunction with others around the country, will help the 12...
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PHS 2nd Semester Parent-Teacher Conferences Wednesday, February 19

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February 16, 2020
PHS 2nd Semester Parent-Teacher Conferences   Wednesday, February 19

Plymouth High School will host Parent-Teacher Conferences for the 2nd Semester on Wednesday, February 19. Parent registration will be from 5:30 p.m. through 6 p.m. in the north lobby just inside the front lobby entrance. Parents and students attending are asked to either park in the north parking lot and enter the building through...
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