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Bremen Man Arrested after Crash at Fir & 8th Roads

August 10, 2016
Bremen Man Arrested after Crash at Fir & 8th Roads

  Monday evening, August 8th, at approximately 10:40 the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center received a report of a single vehicle collision into a utility pole on Fir Road near 8th Road.   Marshall County Police and Bourbon Police investigated the collision.   The driver, later identified as 39 year old Ruben Guerrero of...
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Miller’s Residents Visit Peaceable Primate Sanctuary

August 10, 2016
Miller’s Residents Visit Peaceable Primate Sanctuary

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living recently visited the Peaceable Primate Sanctuary to learn about the baboons the sanctuary rescues.  The first question most people ask when they hear about this excursion is:  “Where is it?”  and then they ask:  “How did you find out about it?” Miller’s Assisted Living Activity Director Cindy Flagg easily...
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County Council Approves Personnel Recommendations

August 10, 2016
County Council Approves Personnel Recommendations

Several personnel committee recommendations were approved by the Marshall County Council this week. Building and Grounds asked for and was approved for an additional custodian in the 2017 budget while the job description for a new full time position in Community Corrections was approved as was the pay range of $19 to $23 hourly...
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Railroad Works on Rough Crossing

August 10, 2016
Railroad Works on Rough Crossing

During the second Board of Public Works and Safety meeting in July, City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members he hadn’t had any recent contact with Pioneer Railroad, the owner of the tracks that cross Harrison and Jefferson Streets. During this week’s city meeting Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt said the railroad had started to work...
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City Board of Works Awards Bids

August 9, 2016
City Board of Works Awards Bids

Several bids were awarded during Monday’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Haskins Underground of Plymouth was the low bidder for the Plymouth Goshen Tail water main extension project.  Their winning bid was $511,632.   The sanitary sewer improvement project for the Boys and Girls Club was awarded to Thomas Excavating of Culver...
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No Injuries in Early Morning Semi Crash

August 9, 2016
No Injuries in Early Morning Semi Crash

Shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday emergency responders were dispatched to U.S. 30 west of Queen Road of a one vehicle crash. County Officer Rick Prater investigated the property-damage accident involving a 2016 Freightliner with trailer driven by 23 yera old Clarence Robinson of Noblesville.  The semi-tractor ran off the north side of the road...
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Welfare Check Leads to Arrest

August 9, 2016
Welfare Check Leads to Arrest

A Knox man was Friday night by city police following a welfare check. Officer Ryan Richey went to 101 North Liberty Street to check on a male subject living at the address.  When he arrived at the residence he saw a male subject through the window he was familiar with.  Knowing that 25 year...
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Two Plymouth Residents Arrested

August 9, 2016
Two Plymouth Residents Arrested

  Officer Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop Friday evening about 6:15 in the area of 9th and Tulip Roads.   During the traffic stop the driver, 41 year old Ana Gonzalez of Plymouth was found to be operating the vehicle without a license. She was subsequently arrested...
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Holloway Arrested Friday for DWS

August 9, 2016
Holloway Arrested Friday for DWS

  On Friday evening August 5 about 7:30 Patrolman Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Oak Road near Jim Neu Drive.   During the traffic stop the driver, 63 year old Dennis Holloway of Plymouth was found to be operating a vehicle with a suspended license with...
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INDIANA RECEIVES $3.6 MILLION TO PROTECT HOOSIERS FROM ZIKA VIRUS

August 9, 2016
INDIANA RECEIVES $3.6 MILLION TO PROTECT HOOSIERS FROM ZIKA VIRUS

   The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has been awarded more than $3.6 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over the next five years to protect Hoosiers from Zika virus disease.   The funds are being used to investigate illnesses, conduct mosquito surveillance and laboratory testing, support mosquito control...
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