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2017 Buggy License Plates Available March 1st

February 21, 2017
2017 Buggy License Plates Available March 1st

In 2015 the Marshall County Commissioners implemented an ordinance requiring horse-drawn vehicles to be licensed starting in 2016. In accordance with the ordinance, the collection of license fees for 2017, will begin on March 1st and continue until May 31st.   License Fees are $50.00 per horse-drawn vehicle together with a $3.00 processing fee. For...
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Discover Plymouth receives OCRA recognition as official Indiana Main Street organization

February 21, 2017
Discover Plymouth receives OCRA recognition as official Indiana Main Street organization

Discover Plymouth is hosting an evening ceremony event to receive their Main Street certificate from the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA). The event is scheduled for Thursday, March 9th in downtown Plymouth at Opie’s Deli at 6pm. The event is intended to give the community an opportunity to learn more about getting...
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Martin Aaron Johnson – 62 – of Grovertown

February 21, 2017
Martin Aaron Johnson  – 62 – of Grovertown

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Tippecanoe Woman Arrested of OWI

February 21, 2017
Tippecanoe Woman Arrested of OWI

On Friday February 17, at approximately 1: 50 in the morning an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on US 31 near 14th Road.   It was determined that the driver, 20 year old Amanda Warrick of Tippecanoe was impaired. She was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While...
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Holderman of LaPaz Arrested on Multiple Charges by County Police

February 21, 2017
Holderman of LaPaz Arrested on Multiple Charges by County Police

Friday evening about 10:45 County Police Officer Wozniak arrested a LaPaz man following a traffic stop in the area of Main and Walnut Streets. The driver, 27 year old Neil Alan Holderman exited the vehicle and ran from the officer.  After a short foot pursuit Officer Wozniak was able to apprehend Holderman. It was...
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Two Arrested for Marijuana

February 21, 2017
Two Arrested for Marijuana

A traffic stop by a County Police Officer Saturday night about 10:45 landed two people in the county jail. The vehicle stopped was on US 31 near US 30 and during the investigation it was determined that the driver, 26 year old Breanna Kellems of Indianapolis was impaired. She was also found to be...
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Drainage Board Opens Bids for Maintenance Projects

February 21, 2017
Drainage Board Opens Bids for Maintenance Projects

On Monday the County Drainage Board had three maintenance projects to open bids on. Three companies submitted bids for the Riley-Warner Ditch project which includes debrushing approximately 1700 feet along with straightening the channel.  LDP Excavating bid $21,090 while Kolesiac Construction submitted a bid of $9,400.  Low bidder for the project was JD Excavating...
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Commissioners Approve Purchase for New Paver

February 21, 2017
Commissioners Approve Purchase for New Paver

The Marshall County Highway Department will purchase a new Caterpillar paving machine following the county commissioners’ motion on Monday to sign a sales agreement. This will allow the company to order the new equipment. Last week the County Council opened two bids for a new paver and MacAllister Machinery Co. was the low bidder...
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Tidbits from Triton

February 21, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

Five Triton Elementary School students qualified for the Notre Dame Regional Science Fair for the 2016-2017 school year:- Lilee Stetzel, 6th grade, (alternate),  Wyatt Hayes, 6th grade, Samantha Middaugh, 4th grade,  Travis Barnhart, 4th grade, and Cole Gard, 6th grade. Top 15 students who earned medals for outstanding work were the top five from...
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Lampen Lecture on Love & Faith Feb 22. Lampen Lecture Finds Common Ground

February 21, 2017
Lampen Lecture on Love & Faith Feb 22.  Lampen Lecture Finds Common Ground

Despite religious separatism becoming more pronounced in the current tumultuous culture, there remains an underlying theme of love within faiths.  This Wednesday, February 22nd at 2:10 p.m. EST in Room 117, Richard Davies will present his lecture, The Spiritual Love Tradition in the Three Religions of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. “There is a deep, ancient but...
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