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Cook Joins Plymouth School Board

January 2, 2013
Cook Joins Plymouth School Board

  01/03/12 The Plymouth School Board will welcome a new member at their regularly scheduled meeting on January 8. Gary Cook is joining the Board in a seat previously held for eight years by Frank Brubaker. Although this is Cook’s first school board position, he is no stranger to public service. Currently he works...
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Trevino Arressted for OWI & Leaving the Scene of an Accident

January 2, 2013
Trevino Arressted for OWI & Leaving the Scene of an Accident

  01/03/13 Tuesday morning, January 1st about 8:30 the Plymouth Police Department received a report from McDonalds on North Michigan Street that a red Dodge Neon had struck their building.  The female driver appeared to be intoxicated and left southbound on Michigan Street. A minute or two later the Marshall County 9-1-1 Dispatch Center...
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December Sheriff’s Department Report

January 2, 2013
December Sheriff’s Department Report

01/03/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the December Jail Report. The Top Ten Offenses for being lodged in the County Jail last month were: number 10 Domestic Battery, 9 were holds for other counties, 8 Probation Violations, 7 Operator Never Licensed, and 6th Marijuana.  The top five reasons why people were booked into...
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Change for a New Era

January 2, 2013
Change for a New Era

01/03/12 People look forward to New Year’s Day because it brings feelings of renewal, a promise of new beginnings and an acknowledgment for change. Most importantly, January 1st gives people a sense of hope. A hope that the New Year will bring prosperity and that perhaps major change will be made in our own...
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Influenza Report for Indiana

January 2, 2013
Influenza Report for Indiana

 01/03/13 According to the Indiana Department of Health’s weekly influenza report, Indiana showed five influenza deaths for the 2012-2013 season.  Two of the deaths are in the 5-18 years-of-age group while three of the deaths are in the 65-plus years-of-age group. During the week of December 20th to the 27th 51.8% of the specimens...
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Copper Theft in Marshall County

January 2, 2013
Copper Theft in Marshall County

  01/03/13  Marshall County REMC has noticed an increase of copper theft from utility poles around the county.  The rise in copper theft has disrupted the flow of electricity, created electrical hazards, delayed construction projects and damaged irrigation systems.  For a number of years the Marshall County REMC has been replacing ground wire with...
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House Page Program now accepting pages for 2013 session

January 2, 2013
House Page Program now accepting pages for 2013 session

  01/03/12 State Rep. Tim Harman (R-Bremen) is encouraging local students to apply for the Indiana House Page Program. The program offers students 13 to 18 years old the chance to visit the Statehouse and see a full day of legislative activity. “The House Page Program is a wonderful opportunity for students to take...
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County BZA Meeting Cancelled

January 2, 2013
County BZA Meeting Cancelled

01/03/12 Deb Griewank, Secretary of the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals has announced the cancellation of the January meeting of the Board of Zoning Appeals.  The BZA was scheduled to meet on the evening of Tuesday, January 8th but since there is no requests for public hearings the meeting has been cancelled.
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Donnelly: Bipartisan Agreement “Far From Perfect” But Need to Compromise to Get Things Done

January 2, 2013
Donnelly: Bipartisan Agreement “Far From Perfect” But Need to Compromise to Get Things Done

  01/03/13 Tuesday evening, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after voting for the Senate-passed bipartisan compromise to address the fiscal cliff. “I voted for the bipartisan, Senate-passed compromise because it preserves low tax rates for 98% of families and 97% of small businesses.  It is far from perfect, as I would have...
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Lillie “Mae” Kile – 84 – from Plymouth

January 2, 2013
Lillie “Mae” Kile – 84 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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