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“Heroes Among Us” theme of 2015 M.C. Blueberry Festival

February 22, 2015
“Heroes Among Us” theme of 2015 M.C. Blueberry Festival

The 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival , held annually over Labor Day Weekend, announced the 2015 theme,  “Heroes Among Us“.  Dates for the 2015 festival are September 4 through September 7. The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is proud to honor “Heroes Among Us” at the 49th annual festival this year.  Everyone has a...
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Students & Staff of PHS Surprise Counselor with Video of Support

February 22, 2015
Students & Staff of PHS Surprise Counselor with Video of Support

Aimee Portteus, Director of Guidance at Plymouth High School, has been battling stage II breast cancer since last July. On Thursday February 19, 2015 was Aimee’s last scheduled chemotherapy treatment. Students and staff at Plymouth High School wanted to let her know they stand behind her and are offering their continued support. For the past week students...
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Pint-Size Hero Blood Drive at Jefferson Elementary on Monday

February 22, 2015
Pint-Size Hero Blood Drive at Jefferson Elementary on Monday

Jefferson Elementary School in Plymouth is hosting the February American Red Cross blood drive this Monday, February 23rd from 1:30-5:30 p.m. This is a Pint-Size Hero blood drive.   Students at Jefferson have been recruiting donors for the drive but walk-ins are welcome.  Please stop by and donate and become a community hero!  Blood donations...
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Operation Pull Over Campaign in Bourbon during March

February 22, 2015
Operation Pull Over Campaign in Bourbon during March

The Bourbon Police Department will be conducting extra hours of additional Operation Pull Over funded traffic safety patrols during the month of March. Patrol officers will be working in Bourbon with the primary focus of enforcing seat belt and child restraint laws; while also strictly enforcing all other traffic laws throughout the town. “The time period around St. Patrick’s...
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Menominee 3rd Graders Research Presidents Day

February 22, 2015
Menominee 3rd Graders Research Presidents Day

In honor of Presidents Day being celebrated last week, Menominee Elementary 3rd Grade students were researching Presidents Day. 9-year-old Izabella Baldwin was excited to give a presentation to her fellow third grade classmates!  She informed the audience the day originated in the 1880s to honor George Washington’s birthday on February 22nd  but because Americans...
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Walorski’s Staff to hold Office House in Starke & Marshall County

February 22, 2015
Walorski’s Staff to hold Office House in Starke & Marshall County

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) will be holding office hours in Starke and Marshall Counties this week to assist constituents with casework and official business.   Constituents are reminded that a member of her staff will be holding office hours in Starke County on Monday in the Court House in Knox from 8 a.m. until 11...
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Jolene M. Wolverton – 51- from Plymouth

February 20, 2015
Jolene M. Wolverton – 51- from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Redevelopment Commission Approves Request to Close a Metronet Loop for $30,000

February 20, 2015
Redevelopment Commission Approves Request to Close a Metronet Loop for $30,000

 May Jan Headman from Saint Joseph Valley Metronet appeared before the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Tuesday night seeking $30,000 to complete a Metronet backbone loop.  The dark fiber currently ends about U.S. Granules on Western Avenue.  The proposal is to extend the conduit and fiber south on Western Avenue to North Street and then east...
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St. Rep. Harman Talks 2015 Pre-Session Survey Results

February 19, 2015
St. Rep. Harman Talks 2015 Pre-Session Survey Results

Indiana State Representative for District 17 Tim Harman was in the WTCA studios recently and discussed the 2015 Pre-Session Survey results. The issue of carry-out alcohol on Sunday on the survey is a very close issue but those against it out weigh those in favor by 53% to 45% with 2% still undecided.  Another...
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Commissioners Had Busy Agenda for this Weeks Meeting

February 19, 2015
Commissioners Had Busy Agenda for this Weeks Meeting

This week the Marshall County Commissioners had a very busy agenda for their meeting. Eric Miller from Mapping Solutions told the commissioners his company may be hired to print a new plat-map for Marshall County Soil and Water.  I preparation he asked for fee use of the county’s GIF data.  The commissioners took no...
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