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Triton Teachers Work on 2014-15 Curriculum

June 10, 2014
Triton Teachers Work on 2014-15 Curriculum

School is out for the summer at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School, but on Tuesday the teachers were hard at work developing curriculum for the next school year.  Pictured are teachers: Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Ousley, Mr. Rettinger, and Mr. Walker.
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Former MCEDC Director Died of Lethal Levels of Perscription Medications

June 10, 2014
Former MCEDC Director Died of Lethal Levels of Perscription Medications

  Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger and Chief Deputy Coroner, Bridget Hite said Tuesday morning that autopsy and toxicology results conducted on former MCEDC Director, Jay Michael Bahr showed elevated prescription drug levels in the lethal range.  Bahr was found dead in the downtown Plymouth apartment on March 28th.  According to the pathologist, Bahr’s...
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Difference of Opinion with Equipment Purchase for Highway Department

June 10, 2014
Difference of Opinion with Equipment Purchase for Highway Department

Monday morning during the County Council meeting Commissioner Jack Roose took advantage of the public input portion to voice his opposition in having the highway department purchase a new piece of equipment.  A couple of weeks ago a company demonstrated “the Zipper,” a machine that grinds up the asphalt and soil and lays it...
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Social Security in Marshall County: Impact of delaying retirement benefits

June 10, 2014
Social Security in Marshall County: Impact of delaying retirement benefits

Marshall County residents who are nearing retirement age can increase their lifetime income if they can wait a bit to start drawing Social Security benefits. In Marshall County 6,106 residents – or 13.0 percent of the population – are aged 55 to 64. Those are the years when folks start thinking seriously about retirement....
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Owen Arrested for Battery Resulting in Injury

June 10, 2014
Owen Arrested for Battery Resulting in Injury

Sunday morning just before 1 Officer Cleveland was dispatched to 914 West Jefferson Street for a reported disturbance.  The two suspects, 29 year old Jeffery Owens and 34 year old Aaron Minch of 914 West Jefferson were allegedly in an altercation although their stories vary as to the location of the physical altercation, the...
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Saturday Arrests by City Police Officers

June 9, 2014
Saturday Arrests by City Police Officers

On Saturday, June 7th about 2 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Pau Stamper observed a black pick-up truck drive on the median on North Michigan Street near the Speedway.  South bound the truck blew a tire and pulled into the Taco Bell parking lot.  The officer conducted a traffic stop and determined the driver, 23...
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Try-Outs for Missoula Children’s Theatre June 16

June 9, 2014
Try-Outs for Missoula Children’s Theatre June 16

Encore Performing Arts is pleased to announce the return of The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT), the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre. The week-long residency ‘starring’ local students was immensely popular in past years and is pleased to sponsor its return. A tour team comprised of Courtney Brooke Marks and Brianne Lopez will arrive with...
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Council Approves $50,000 Additional for Prisoner Care

June 9, 2014
Council Approves $50,000 Additional for Prisoner Care

Last month Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin explained to the County Council his need for an additional appropriation.  His reasoning, after the 2014 budgets were approved, he entered into a contract with Quality Correctional Care for medical, dental, pharmaceutical and mental health services at a cost of $12,166 per month. He originally budgeted $107,000...
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Plymouth’s Summer Food Program Open to All Children in District

June 9, 2014
Plymouth’s Summer Food Program Open to All Children in District

Hundreds of lower-income Plymouth children eat free or reduced-priced lunch and breakfast during the school day.  But when the bell rings for summer vacation, ensuring those same kids have access to nutritious meals can be a challenge.  Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child’s need for good...
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Playground of Power, Power Hour 6-14-14

June 9, 2014


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