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PUBLIC INVITED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONVERSATION

November 9, 2010
PUBLIC INVITED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONVERSATION

11/10/10 There is still time to register for the day long Marshall County Community Conversation on Economic Development, taking place on November 17 at Swan Lake.  Noted author Richard Longworth will be the keynote speaker.  Everyone is invited to participate in this interactive event to share ideas and help connect community resources.  Advanced registration...
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October Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

November 9, 2010
October Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

11/10/10 Marshall County Sheriff Jon VanVactor released the October activity report for his department. County police officers responded to 66 accidents last month.  56 accidents were property damage while 9 were personal injury and there was 1 fatality. County police officers pulled 107 case reports in October.  County investigation included 8 battery cases, 6...
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Artists Needed for Showing on Friday

November 9, 2010
Artists Needed for Showing on Friday

11/10/10 An experimental paint project is opening on Friday, November 12th at 7 p.m. in downtown Plymouth. Have you ever day dreamed about being an artist with your painting on display in an art gallery?  Here is your chance to enter into the real world of art. The public is invited to be part of...
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County Council Considers Request in Increase Innkeeper’s Tax

November 8, 2010
County Council Considers Request in Increase Innkeeper’s Tax

11/09/10 Monday morning the Marshall County Council heard the request of Marshall County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to increase the innkeeper’s tax from 3% to 5%. Mike Woolfington, Executive Director of the Bureau said, “Raising the tax to 5% will allow us to carry on the daily activities of the bureau.  It will also...
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7 Candidates in Running for Police Officer Position

November 8, 2010
7 Candidates in Running for Police Officer Position

11/09/10Monday night Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox read a letter from Officer Tom Chamberlin notifying the city of his retirement effective on December 1st.  Chamberlin noted his 25 years of service to the department and said it had been a privilege.  He also said he would continue to work for the people as the...
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4-H Drill Team Honored

November 8, 2010

11/09/10 Seventeen members of the Marshall County 4-H Drill Team were honored on Saturday night at the end of the season banquet. Drill Sergeant Harry Eskridge gave each of the participants a medal to commemorate the lessons learned during the year. As always, one of the highlights of the program was a video of...
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Country Auto Donates to Neighborhood Center

November 8, 2010
Country Auto Donates to Neighborhood Center

11/09/10 Last week the Marshall County Neighborhood Center received a donation. Country Auto Center of Plymouth and all their employees know how important it is to give back and share with their neighbors. Country Auto especially understands the hard times all of us have had recently.  Joe Martin Jr.  presented a donation to Sarah...
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TIME CHANGE SERVES AS REMINDER TO CHANGE SMOKE ALARM BATTERIES

November 8, 2010
TIME CHANGE SERVES AS REMINDER TO CHANGE SMOKE ALARM BATTERIES

11/09/10 The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds Hoosiers to change their smoke alarm batteries the same time they set their clocks back. “To ensure proper activation, smoke alarm batteries should be replaced twice a year, every year, says” Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson. “A great way to remember to do this is twice...
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Plows Hit The Roads During First Winter Snow

November 8, 2010
Plows Hit The Roads During First Winter Snow

11/09/10 With the first snow falls in northern Indiana on Friday and Saturday, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) had plow and salt trucks on the roads.  “INDOT was prepared for the first snow and our trucks hit the roads Saturday morning,” said Mike McPhillips, LaPorte District Deputy Commissioner. “We’re encouraging Hoosier drivers to remember proper...
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Christmas tree Farms Prepare for Busy Season

November 8, 2010
Christmas tree Farms Prepare for Busy Season

11/09/10 At an Indiana Tree Farm the family can go together into the field to select the freshest tree possible from a variety of species while creating a family experience.  Harvesting a tree from the field gives the family memories that will last through the holiday season and beyond.  Tree farms are busy year...
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