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Circuit Court Judge Palmer Administers Oath of Office

January 2, 2011
Circuit Court Judge Palmer Administers Oath of Office

01/03/11Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Kurt Palmer gave the oath of office to nearly two dozen newly elected officials late Friday morning.  Those in attendance were elected to office in the November General Election. County and Township officials along with town officials gathered in front of the judge’s bench and simultaneously took their oath...
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Commissioner’s Discuss 2011

January 2, 2011
Commissioner’s Discuss 2011

01/03/11 During the Commissioner’s meeting last Friday they were asked to look ahead to 2011.  Commissioner President Kevin Overmyer spoke of the major projects that are underway for this new year.  Pioneer Drive and Road will be completed along with the bridge replacement on 13th Road and the Pierce Street Bridge.  He also talked...
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CAROL J. BENNETT – 75 – OF PLYMOUTH

December 31, 2010

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JUNE C. THAKE – 85 – Plymouth

December 31, 2010
JUNE C. THAKE – 85 – Plymouth

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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR KOKOMO, KNOX, and KOONTZ LAKE FIRE DEPARTMENTS

December 31, 2010
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR KOKOMO, KNOX, and KOONTZ LAKE FIRE DEPARTMENTS

01/03/11 Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that fire departments in the communities of Kokomo, Knox, and Koontz Lake, will receive Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) awards through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. “I’m pleased to announce these significant investments in the safety of four communities in north central Indiana,” said Donnelly.  “The Assistance...
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Holiday Visitors Enjoy Trains at Museum

December 31, 2010
Holiday Visitors Enjoy Trains at Museum

01/03/11 A special running of the 8 by 40 model train set housed at the Marshall County Museum on Wednesday attracted over 200 visitors, according to Museum Director Linda Rippy. Within the first 15 minutes that the display was opened, there had already been 50 visitors. Rippy said the display can only be opened...
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Commissioners to Hire New Veteran’s Service Officer

December 31, 2010
Commissioners to Hire New Veteran’s Service Officer

01/03/11 The Marshall County Commissioners held a quick meeting Friday, December 31st to complete their final business for 2010.   Appointments were mad to the county’s Sick Bank Committee.  County Survey Larry Fisher has agreed to serve for another year and new Sheriff Tom Chamberlin will replace former Sheriff Jon VanVactor.  Cindy Andrews has been...
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2011 Indiana Law Prohibits E-Waste in Trash

December 30, 2010
2011 Indiana Law Prohibits E-Waste in Trash

12/31/10 Starting January 1, 2011 it will be illegal in Indiana to discard televisions, computers and certain other electronics in your regular trash. The new law takes effect Saturday and bans computers, computer monitors, TVs, printers and computer peripheral including keyboards and mice, DVD players, videocassette recorders or fax machines from being incinerated or...
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12 Properties Listed for January Sheriff’s Sale

December 30, 2010
12 Properties Listed for January Sheriff’s Sale

12/31/10 SRI is the company currently hired by Marshall County to assists the sheriff’s office with properties up for tax sale.  SRI’s duties include everything from preparing the notice of sale, setting the sale date, answering all phone inquiries, handling the auctions and preparing all after sale paperwork such as the clerk returns and...
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Plymouth High School Supports Student Learning In and Out Of The Classroom

December 30, 2010
Plymouth High School Supports Student Learning In and Out Of The Classroom

12/31/10 Earlier this month Plymouth High School’s teachers were rewarded for their work in and out of the classroom. The National Honor Society named both Michael Delp and Bryan Ames as two of the six semi-finalists for Teacher of Excellence.  Michael Delp teaches math and Bryan Ames teaches instrumental music. The final award is...
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