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Maintenance Bids Opened and Awarded on County Drains

December 16, 2014
Maintenance Bids Opened and Awarded on County Drains

Monday morning the Marshall County Drainage Board opened maintenance bids on several ditches. Kolesiak Construction had the low bid for maintenance on the McComber Ditch and Hayn Arm. Maintenance work includes debrushing and cleaning approximately 6,430 feet of the McComber Ditch and approximately 500 feet of the Hayn Arm. The winning bid was $5,960....
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Bremen Activity Report for Dec. 5 – Dec. 11

December 16, 2014
Bremen Activity Report for Dec. 5 – Dec. 11

The Bremen Police Department issues 4 traffic citations, 26 traffic warnings and 17 town ordinance violation during the week of December 5th through the 11th. Bremen officers only investigated one crash between the 5th an 11th.  It was a personal injury accident at 318 US 6 on December 6th. Four arrests were done by...
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Township Office Holders Take Oath

December 16, 2014
Township Office Holders Take Oath

2015 Center Township Trustee, Douglas Kucera, was sworn in Tuesday in the Marshall County Clerk’s Officer. Clerk Treasurer Julie Fox administered the oath. Also taking the oath of office was Danny J. Bates, West Township Board Member. Chief Deputy Clerk, Tori Stull administered the oath
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County Drainage Board Approves Metheny Ditch Assessment

December 16, 2014
County Drainage Board Approves Metheny Ditch Assessment

The Marshall County Drainage Board held a public hearing on Monday to consider an increase for the maintenance assessment for the Metheny Ditch in Bourbon and Tippecanoe Township. Maintenance was established on the Metheny Ditch in 1972 at a rate of 44 cents an acre with a minimum assessment of $5. The Town of...
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Triton Kingergarten Students Work on Problem Solving

December 16, 2014
Triton Kingergarten Students Work on Problem Solving

Kindergarten students in Mrs. Finley’s classroom at Triton Elementary School are shown working together to complete a project that required them to cooperate with one another and do some problem solving. These are important skills for today’s workplace. These kids will be ready when they graduate from Triton! pictured are: Travis Slaybaugh & Eleanor...
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Chargers pick up road win

December 16, 2014

CHICAGO, IL – The Ancilla College men’s basketball team won their second straight game by travelling to Truman College to defeat the Falcons 94-77.Ancilla (8-4) trailed Truman (2-13) 40-39 at the half but came up with a big second half behind 57.5% shooting from the field to come away with the victory.Eric Waddell finished...
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Betty J. Ruggles – 90 – from Plymouth

December 16, 2014

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Dorothy M. Lesch – 80 – from Plymouth

December 16, 2014
Dorothy M. Lesch – 80 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Lincoln 8th takes win

December 16, 2014

The 8th grade boys basketball A team defeated Triton last night 55-20.  Clay Hilliard led the way with 21 points and Austin Arriaga chipped in 9.  The boys record now stands at 12-2. The 8th grade boys B team played one of their best all around games of the year defeating Triton 55-28.  Ezra...
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County Officers Recognized for Lifesaving Assistance to Citizens.

December 16, 2014
County Officers Recognized for Lifesaving Assistance to Citizens.

Monday morning Sheriff Tom Chamberlin presented several officers with commendation to several officers. Chamberlin said, “I hope this is the start of something that will happen every year. I would like to have presentations the first meeting in December and I hope my predecessor agree that this is an important opportunity for the public...
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