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Union North School Board Welcomes New Board Members & Reorganizes

January 14, 2011
Union North School Board  Welcomes New Board Members & Reorganizes

01/17/11  The Union-North School Board meeting on January 13 was opened with the annual reorganization of the board. Taking oaths of office were the two new members, Mike Berger and Dennis Graf. Conducting the first part of the election of officers was Superintendent Dr.Terry Barker. Barker said, “Once the president has been selected that...
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County Council Transfers $600,000 to Rainy Day Fund

January 13, 2011
County Council Transfers $600,000 to Rainy Day Fund

01/14/11 Marshall County Auditor Penny Lukenbill had good news for County Council members during their meeting this week.  The various departments in county government were able to return approximately $800,000 in un-spend general fund money.  This is money that was budgeted in the various department line items in 2010 but not used.  The auditor...
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13 year old Has Zanax at LJH

January 13, 2011
13 year old Has Zanax at LJH

01/14/11 The Plymouth Police Department’s Corporal Joe Deisch conducted a traffic stop on 31 year old Domingo Trinidad Robles of Monterey on Tuesday at 2:15 a.m.  After further investigation it was found that Mr. Robles was driving while suspended.   He was arrested for operating a vehicle on a suspended license and transported to the Marshall...
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Need to Increase Staff Noted in Annual Jail Report

January 13, 2011
Need to Increase Staff Noted in Annual Jail Report

01/14/11 The 2010 Annual Jail Report for the Marshall County Jail shows that the facility has a total capacity of 248 beds including: 34 2-man cells (68 beds),  4 2-man handicap cells (8 beds), 32 4-man cells (128 beds), 16 beds in the trustee dormitory, 5 single holding cells, 1 padded cell, 19 beds...
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City Council Reduces Permit Fees in 2-Mile

January 13, 2011
City Council Reduces Permit Fees in 2-Mile

01/14/10 This week members of the Plymouth Common Council approved an ordinance amendment for the Code of Ordinances. The amendment includes adding three additional permit fees that will effect commercial construction.  The change creates a $100 fee for a foundation permit, a $40 fee for the replacement of bulk storage tanks, piping and dispensing...
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Triton Implements ImPact Program for Concussions

January 13, 2011
Triton Implements ImPact Program for Concussions

01/14/10 Triton High School athletes will now be included in a program designed to provide data that can be accessed when there is an incident that leads to a concussion. The details of the program were presented to the school board during the first meeting in January. Athletic trainer Eric Callahan said, “Concussion is...
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National Equine Entertainer Tommie Turvey coming to Culver Academies

January 13, 2011
National Equine Entertainer  Tommie Turvey coming to Culver Academies

01/14/110National equine entertainer, horse trainer, and stuntman Tommie Turvey will be performing twice at the Vaughn Equestrian Center on the campus of Culver Academies January 29-30. Turvey, who performed in the opening ceremonies of the World Equestrian Games in September and rode in the Tournament of Roses Parade for the first time on New...
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County PD Investigate Thefts

January 13, 2011
County PD Investigate Thefts

01/14/11  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated numerous theft complaints Wednesday, January 12th. At 8:43 AM Patrolman Jeff Sharp responded to 13830 US 6 to investigate a theft complaint of tools that had been taken from the residence.  Upon arrival it was found that a numerous amount of Snap-on brand wrenches and Gear brand...
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2010 Plymouth Police Department Year End Report

January 13, 2011
2010 Plymouth Police Department Year End Report

01/14/10 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox presented his year end report to the Board of Public Works and Safety during Monday evening’s meeting.  The report shows his department handled 9,802 calls for information and 3,671 complaints.  City officers conducted 3,232 traffic stops, responded to 2135 9-1-1 calls, conducted 1,876 investigations and made 1,405 security...
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Winter Storm Forces Cancellation of Red Cross Blood Drives

January 13, 2011
Winter Storm Forces Cancellation of Red Cross Blood Drives

01/14/11 This week’s winter storm has forced the cancellation of hundreds of American Red Cross blood drives along the eastern seaboard, causing a shortfall of more than 8,000 blood donations in the southeast and northeast corners of the country. Red Cross Blood Regions in the southeast reported that more than 6,000 blood donations could...
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