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Bremen Police Reports 1/22 thru 1/28

January 31, 2016
Bremen Police Reports 1/22 thru 1/28

The Bremen Police Department issued a total of 54 traffic warnings and 21 traffic citations during the report period of January 22 to January 28. On January 27th Bremen officers investigated a property damage crash in the NISCO parking lot.   On January 24th officers arrested Marquete Lauderdale from South Bend for a Warrant service...
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PHS Riley Dance Marathon Raises over $29,000

January 31, 2016
PHS Riley Dance Marathon Raises over $29,000

The 5th annual Plymouth High School Riley Dance Marathon took place this past Saturday in the high school cafeteria from noon to 7 p.m. Hundreds of PHS students stood on their feet for the entire period to raise money for all the kids who physically cannot. As a mini-marathon under Ball State University, the...
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City Receives RFQ from 4 Companies for Wastewater Plant Project

January 31, 2016
City Receives RFQ from 4 Companies for Wastewater Plant Project

Last week the Board of Public Works and Safety opened Requests for Qualifications from four contractors interested in completing a major Wastewater Treatment Plant improvement project that should begin in June. The City recently made the decision to use a Guaranteed Savings Contract on this project allowing them not to accept the lowest bid...
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New Survey Finds Most Americans Unaware of Free Tax Filing Help & Tax Credits

January 30, 2016
New Survey Finds Most Americans Unaware of Free Tax Filing Help  & Tax Credits

United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) encourages Americans earning $62,000 or less to keep more of their hard-earned money this tax season by using a free, online tax preparation service and accessing valuable tax credits. A new national survey finds 72 percent of working Americans making that amount or less are unaware they qualify...
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State Lawmakers Fighting the Meth Epidemic

January 30, 2016
State Lawmakers Fighting the Meth Epidemic

Lawmakers are continuing to address the various issues that surround Indiana’s meth epidemic. This past week, the Senate considered two proposals aimed at ending meth production in Indiana: Senate Bill 80, which Senator Randy Head authored was modeled after a program in Fulton County, and would keep products containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, the key...
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January 30, 2016

Like most kids of the 80’s, Lindsey Pick was so busy being told how special she was that she didn’t realize that went for everyone else too.  “Now I’m a little nervous that, perhaps, I’m not as good of a dancer as I was told,” said Pick who is participating in the 8th Annual...
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PHS Boosters Donate to Athletic Dept.

January 30, 2016
PHS Boosters Donate to Athletic Dept.

Friday night, during the boys varsity basketball game, Gwen DeMont Calvert from the Plymouth Athletic Booster Club presented a check in the amount of $9,000 to PHS Athletic Director Roy Benge.   The funds are from support from the its members and the community.
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Icy Roadway causes Semi to Jackknife on 30

January 29, 2016
Icy Roadway causes Semi to Jackknife on 30

About 9:30 Thursday evening, January 28th, Marshall County Police Officers and Bourbon Fire and EMS were dispatched to US 30 and Gumwood Road in reference to a single vehicle accident. Officer Wozniak located a semi-truck and trailer headed eastbound on US 30 that had lost control due to the icy conditions and drove off...
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School Delays

January 29, 2016
School Delays

Plymouth Community Schools – 2 Hour Delay Argos Community Schools – 2 Hour Delay Triton School Corporation – 2 Hour Delay Culver Community Schools – 2 Hour Delay
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County Earns Nearly $100,000 more in Interest during 2015

January 28, 2016
County Earns Nearly $100,000 more in Interest during 2015

Earlier this month the Marshall County Board of Finance conducted their annual meeting.  Board Presidents Commissioner Deb Griewank presided over the meeting that also included commissioners Kurt Garner and Kevin Overmyer along with County Treasurer Penny Lukenbill. The board approved the outstanding warrants which are checks that have been issued over the previous two...
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