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21st Annual Ancilla College Golf Classic Draws Record Numbers, Raises More than $30,000

June 22, 2016
21st Annual Ancilla College Golf Classic Draws Record Numbers, Raises More than $30,000

With 46 teams, 2016 was another record year for the 21st annual Ancilla College Golf Classic. The tournament, which followed a four-person Florida scramble format, raised more than $30,000 to support student financial aid. A record number of teams played and more than three dozen sponsors pitched in to raise money for the growing college...
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Commissioner Approve Rate Increase for CCD

June 22, 2016
Commissioner Approve Rate Increase for CCD

  The Marshall County Commissioners suspended the rules on Monday and passed an ordinance to raise the Cumulative Capital Development rate back up to the maximum on second and third reading. The commissioners have jurisdiction over the Cum Cap Development fund and during a public hearing earlier this month had no public comment on...
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Museum Offers Historic Walking Tours in Downtown Plymouth

June 22, 2016
Museum Offers Historic Walking Tours in Downtown Plymouth

Sue Irwin from the Marshall County Museum will offer her “Fact, Folktales and Facades” walking tours of historic downtown Plymouth next month. The tour, lead by Sue Irwin will feature one block each week on North Michigan Street. Participants will learn about the interesting architectural history of downtown buildings, reminisce about businesses and merchants...
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Economic Update from MCEDC

June 22, 2016
Economic Update from MCEDC

In the quarterly report from the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, The Economic Development Perspective  Executive Director Jerry Chavez updated a variety of projects going on across the county. Chavez wrote, “Long-term planning is necessary for growth, which is why the Town of Argos is developing a process to update their comprehensive plan.” Argos...
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NEW AQUATIC CENTER PRESENTED TO REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

June 22, 2016
NEW AQUATIC CENTER PRESENTED TO REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

City Attorney Sean Surrisi brought the Redevelopment Commission up to date on a proposed aquatic center for Plymouth.  The 10-12 million dollar project will be constructed immediately east of the LifePlex on property to be donated by the Holms.  The facility will be owned by Mr. Rick Miller, owner of the Zone.  Surrisi said...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Tippecanoe Man on Felony Warrant for Dealing

June 22, 2016
Bourbon Police Arrest Tippecanoe Man on Felony Warrant for Dealing

A call from a concerned citizen to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department resulted in the arrest of a Tippecanoe man on a warrant through Kosciusko County. About 8 Tuesday evening a patron in attendance at a little league baseball game in the park at Bourbon informed police that 24 year old Zachariah Schuh was...
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ESCAPE ROOM TO OPEN IN MICHIANA

June 22, 2016
ESCAPE ROOM TO OPEN IN MICHIANA

  Escape Room entertainment is coming to the Michiana area. In this mentally challenging adventure game, a team of players is locked in a room where they must solve a series of riddles and puzzles in an attempt to escape within a one hour time limit. A new local company, Michiana Escapes, will be...
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M.C. Community Corrections offers “Money Matter” Series to Public

June 22, 2016
M.C. Community Corrections offers “Money Matter” Series to Public

  Marshall County Community Corrections in partnership with WoodForest National Bank are hosting “Money Matters”, a basic financial management curriculum focusing on the importance of budgeting, savings, building and repairing credit and managing a checking and savings account. Money Matters is a three part series being offered free of charge as a public service...
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State News: Timber theft leads to 10 months in prison for Kentucky man

June 22, 2016
State News:   Timber theft leads to 10 months in prison for Kentucky man

When people think of wildlife crime, piles of confiscated ivory, poaching and black market sales come to mind. What many people don’t realize, is that destruction of protected species goes far beyond international icons like elephants and rhinos. Some trees can be iconic too and need special protection. Just like wildlife poaching, there are unethical...
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Edward Michael Pontius – 37 – from Plymouth

June 22, 2016
Edward Michael Pontius – 37 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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