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Two Injured in Possible Intoxicated Driver Accident on 3A Road Sunday

April 14, 2015
Two Injured in Possible Intoxicated Driver Accident on 3A Road Sunday

On April 12, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 911-emergency call of a personal injury accident in the area of 3A Road, between East Shore Drive and Plymouth-Goshen Trail near Bremen.  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Bremen Police Department, Bremen Fire Department and Tri-County EMS responded to the scene.  The initial dispatch indicated...
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No Injuries in 3 Car Crash on Michigan Road

April 14, 2015
No Injuries in 3 Car Crash on Michigan Road

Marshall County Police responded to a three vehicle accident on North Michigan Road south of 5A Road Monday, April 13th at 7:39 A.M.   Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Rob Hafke responded to the crash site and determined that 34 year old William S. Hurst of Plymouth was north bound on Michigan Road in a gray,...
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Genealogical Society to Host Hoosier State Chronicles Speaker

April 14, 2015
Genealogical Society to Host Hoosier State Chronicles Speaker

The Marshall County Genealogical Society will host a special guest for their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 21st at the Marshall County Museum. Participants will learn how the Indiana State Library is providing free, digitized, historical and cultural resources to help with genealogy and local history searches. The presentation at 6 p.m. will be...
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Triton 5th Grade Dare Graduation

April 14, 2015
Triton 5th Grade Dare Graduation

The annual DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) graduation at Triton Elementary School was held on Tuesday, April 14th, in the high school auditorium. Officer Haskins from the Bourbon Police Department, and the DARE teacher, presented special certificates and other awards to all members of the fifth grade class at Triton in recognition of their...
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Ag Day in the Park on Wednesday

April 14, 2015
Ag Day in the Park on Wednesday

The Marshall County Ag Day Committee will be holding their annual event in Centennial Park in Plymouth on Wednesday, April 15th, from 8:30 am through 2:30 pm in the afternoon. The committee will have educational displays on dairy cattle, beef cattle, ducks, swine, sheep, draft horses, natural resource conservation, crop production, farm safety, nutrition, electrical safety and 4-H...
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Schools Concerned on Funding for 2016 Calendar Year

April 14, 2015
Schools Concerned on Funding for 2016 Calendar Year

Area schools are still trying to decipher how much funding they may or may not get for the 2016 calendar year. The Culver Schools have had a decrease in the number of students enrolled and could experience a decrease of 9.2 percent of the amount they received from the state for 2015.  Argos Schools...
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County Council & Commissioners Plan to Investigate LOHUT Tax for Road Repairs

April 14, 2015
County Council & Commissioners Plan to Investigate LOHUT Tax for Road Repairs

Marshall County is still under an advisory level travel advisory because the conditions of the county roads. During Monday’s County Council meeting Kevin Overmyer, President of the Commissioners brought up the subject of finding new funding for road repairs.   He said, “In the senate’s budget bill to the governor there was no additional money...
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Argos Woman Arrested on Multiple Charges

April 14, 2015
Argos Woman Arrested on Multiple Charges

Twenty-six year old Adriena Keen of Argos was arrested Friday, April 10th by Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer following a domestic disturbance. City police were called to 303 Pierce Street just after 4 Friday for a domestic.  During her investigation Officer Gilmer arrested Keen for residential entry, criminal trespass and criminal mischief. She was...
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City Council Approves Additional Appropriations Totaling $674,000

April 14, 2015
City Council Approves Additional Appropriations Totaling $674,000

Additional appropriations in the amount of $674,000 were approved during a public meeting Monday evening at the Plymouth Common Council meeting. The first additional was $1,775 for the police department.  Police Chief Dave Bacon explained the money is the city’s share of Federal Equitable Sharing Funds, or the city’s share of seized money that...
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Plymouth Common Council Approves Bond Issue for Water & Sewer Projects

April 13, 2015
Plymouth Common Council Approves Bond Issue for Water & Sewer Projects

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council approved an ordinance on 2nd and 3rd reading for the issuance of waterworks revenue bonds for a major improvement project at the Ledyard Water Treatment Plant and a water main extension.  The second ordinance approved on both reading was to authorize the refunding of the 2008...
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