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County Council Meeting & 2017 Budget Adoption

September 11, 2016
County Council Meeting & 2017 Budget Adoption

The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning starting at 9 a.m.  for their regular meeting and the 2017 Budget Adoption.   Under regular council business is the consideration of the non-compliance tax abatement request of Faulkner Fabrication, the request to appropriate funding for the move of the County Health Department to the Community...
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Bicentennial Barn Quilt Comes to Marshall County Tuesday thru Saturday

September 11, 2016
Bicentennial Barn Quilt Comes to Marshall County Tuesday thru Saturday

  Traveling across the State of Indiana, one county at a time, the official Indiana Bicentennial Barn Quilt will be on display at the Marshall County Museum from Tuesday, September 13th through Saturday, September 17th.   Stop by the Museum for one week only to see this original piece of artwork that features 92...
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City BZA Denies Variance, Requires Harris Family to Change Fence

September 11, 2016
City BZA Denies Variance, Requires Harris Family to Change Fence

Last week members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals denied the request of a variance for Tim and Marcia Harris at 1300 North Michigan Street. The Harris’s replaced a deteriorating privacy fence on the north side and east side of the property.  They left the main wooden poles and put up new board...
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Hagood Arrested for Battery With a Deadly Weapon

September 11, 2016
Hagood Arrested for Battery With a Deadly Weapon

On Thursday, September 8th officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to 1326 West Madison Street for the report of an argument in progress. Officers arrived on the scene and found 44 year old James Hagood of the Madison Street address holding a metal pipe yelling at several subjects. Mr. Hagood was not...
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Marshall Co. EMA requests Flood Damage Reports

September 11, 2016
Marshall Co. EMA requests Flood Damage Reports

The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency is asking anyone who lives in Marshall County and suffered flood damage to their home or business from Friday night into Saturday morning’s rain event, to please report it by calling 574-936-3740. The County EMA is collecting this information in order to see if Marshall County can meet the threshold requirements to be able to apply...
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House to Vote on Walorski Bill to Stop Gitmo Transfers

September 11, 2016
House to Vote on Walorski Bill to Stop Gitmo Transfers

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced her bill to temporarily block the transfer of detainees from Guantanamo Bay will reach the House floor this week for a vote. “The terrorist detainees remaining in Guantanamo Bay are the worst of the worst, and the administration’s plan to release an additional 20 detainees this year in...
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Harry Eldon Shidler – 93 – of Lakeville

September 11, 2016

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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“Advisory” Level travel advisory is in place for Marshall County

September 10, 2016
“Advisory” Level travel advisory is in place for Marshall County

  An “Advisory” Level travel advisory is currently in place for Marshall County. Several roads were closed or posted due to High Water from Friday nights flooding event. An “Advisory Level travel advisory is the lowest level of travel advisory issued. It simply means that routine travel or activities may be restricted due to...
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BMV Issues Refunds to Overcharged Customers

September 10, 2016
BMV Issues Refunds to Overcharged Customers

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Kent Abernathy Friday announced approximately 5- million customers who were overcharged by BMV have received an additional $28.75 million in refunds by way of credits to their BMV accounts. “Customers who were overcharged will find credits on their accounts that can be applied to their next...
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Local Farmer Receives Statewide Award for Conservation Practices

September 9, 2016
Local Farmer Receives Statewide Award for Conservation Practices

Out of 58,000 farms in the state of Indiana, one farm in Marshall County received the statewide award of River-Friendly Farmer at the Indiana State Fair on Farmers’ Day August 17.   Tim and Stacha Gochenour were among 54 farmers who received the River-Friendly Farmer award from the Indiana Association of Soil and Water...
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