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Drainage Board Spends $24,000 on Tree Removal from Storm Damage in Yellow River in Park

August 18, 2014
Drainage Board Spends $24,000 on Tree Removal from Storm Damage in Yellow River in Park

Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board approved change order number 1 for the Marburger Drain at Dogwood Road. County Surveyor Larry Fisher said they are in the wrap-up stages of the project but needed to add several bi-lateral taps and incidentals. Fisher presented a request of Roy Mangus to plant trees within 8...
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Help Save a Life

August 18, 2014

In light of a recent story out of Indianapolis reporting the tragic abandonment of a newborn baby in a workplace trash can, State Senator Randy Head said, “I want to help spread the word about Indiana’s Safe Haven Law, which is dedicated to saving the lives of newborn babies.” He explained, “This law allows...
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PHS Smash Cancer 2014 Charity Fundraiser

August 18, 2014
PHS Smash Cancer 2014 Charity Fundraiser

The Plymouth High School Boys Tennis Team will be hosting their annual fundraiser “Smash Cancer” in partnership with the Bremen Boys Tennis Team on September 10th. This fundraiser will benefit the Marshall County Cancer Association. You can support the efforts of these young men in one of three ways; by purchasing a “Smash Cancer”...
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Tourism Offers Hot Air Balloon Giveaway August 14-26

August 18, 2014
Tourism Offers Hot Air Balloon Giveaway August 14-26

Marshall County Tourism is giving away a Hot Air Balloon Ride for two during the Marshall County Blueberry Festival. The hot air balloon is provided by Marshall County Hot Air Affair celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Blueberry Balloonfest. Balloon rides are a once in a lifetime opportunity, not only does it offer the...
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Indiana State Police Seeks Recruits for 75th Recruit Academy

August 18, 2014
Indiana State Police Seeks Recruits for 75th Recruit Academy

The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for the 75th Recruit Academy. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as an Indiana State Trooper may apply online at http://www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm. This website will provide a detailed synopsis of the application process as well as career information about the Indiana State Police Department....
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Bob Newton Classic One to Remember at Plymouth Speedway

August 18, 2014
Bob Newton Classic One to Remember at Plymouth Speedway

It was a night to honor a pioneer in racing and the four features that ran at the Playground of Power Saturday night made the Bob Newton Classic a night to remember. The Newton family came to the track to watch the excitement. Joyce Newton, who worked with her husband Bob to start Hoosier...
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PHS girls place at Western Open

August 18, 2014

The Plymouth Girls Golf Team competed in the Western Invite on Saturday.  The girls competed against some of the best teams in the state.  The team placed 14th out of 20 teams.  They were lead by Katie McDonald shooting 94 followed by Randi Dunn 95 and Morgan Oberley shooting 98.  The team hosts  Bremen on Monday at...
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Indy Man Arrested After Driving from Proseuctor’s Office

August 16, 2014
Indy Man Arrested After Driving from Proseuctor’s Office

Friday morning, 23 year old Joshua N. Addison of Indianapolis was in the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office. When he left the office they called Plymouth Police and reported that a suspended male subject had left their office and got into a vehicle as the driver. At 10:15 Officer Ray West located the suspect at...
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Traffic Stop Ends with Arrests of Peru Man on a Warrant

August 15, 2014
Traffic Stop Ends with Arrests of Peru Man on a Warrant

On Thursday, August 14, at 1:07 a.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on US 31 near the intersection of 11th Road. The traffic stop was for a moving violation. During the course of the investigation it was determined that the driver, 45 year old...
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Museum and WSOI Seeking WWII Vets to Interview

August 15, 2014

The Marshall County Museum and the Weidner School of Inquiry are collaborating on a project that focuses on the war experiences of local WWII veterans. The students are looking for local WWII veterans to interview about their personal WWII stories. The interviews will be captured on video and the finished product will be presented...
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