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Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate in May 8.0

June 19, 2012
Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate in May 8.0

   06/20/12  Indiana again posted significant private sector job gains adding 7,700 new jobs in May. This marks the seventh consecutive month of job growth and the best December to May period in over a decade. The Hoosier state accounted for almost 10 percent of the total US increase. For 2012, Indiana’s private sector...
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Pedestrian Struck by Vehcile which Left the Scene

June 19, 2012
Pedestrian Struck by Vehcile which Left the Scene

  06/20/12 On Sunday, June 17th about 8:10pm, Plymouth Police Units responded to the area of Madison Street and Broadway when a female pedestrian reported that she had been stuck by a vehicle and the vehicle left the scene. Driver Billy Bates 54, of Plymouth was located at 1230 West Harrison Street, where he...
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Campaign Targets Boating while Intoxicated

June 19, 2012
Campaign Targets Boating while Intoxicated

  06/20/12 Indiana Conservation Officers will participate June 22-24 in the Operation Dry Water national campaign to heighten awareness of dangers related to boating while intoxicated. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources encourages boaters to visit state parks, reservoirs and lakes to pursue boating as an enjoyable recreational activity. “We want to see everyone...
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Dancing Through the Decades, LDA Recital

June 19, 2012
Dancing Through the Decades, LDA Recital

  06/20/12 Variety was the spice of everyone’s life Saturday night as the LifePlex Dance Academy presented its recital “Dancing through the Decades.”  Held in the Bowen auditorium at Bremen High School, the program involved child, youth, and adult dancers as well as professional dance teachers, highlighting the wide variety of dance instruction offered...
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Miss Blueberry Contestants Visit Miller’s

June 19, 2012
Miss Blueberry Contestants Visit Miller’s

  06/20/12 Eighteen lovely, young ladies from the Marshall County area will vie for the title of Miss Blueberry on Saturday, June 30 in Argos.  The girls are now spending their time practicing for the pageant and participating in community service projects. A group of the contestants recently visited Miller’s Senior Living Community where...
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Stewart will return to Plymouth Speedway Aug. 18

June 19, 2012
Stewart will return to Plymouth Speedway Aug. 18

  06/20/12 NASCAR champ Tony Stewart arrived for a much-anticipated Sprints On Dirt race Saturday at Plymouth Speedway… just in time to watch showers move in and postpone the event. Stewart, who flew in to the Plymouth Airport after a mandatory practice at Michigan International Speedway was called for 6 p.m. in Brooklyn, Mich.,...
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PATRICIA R. MELLIN – 84 – from Plymouth

June 19, 2012
PATRICIA R. MELLIN – 84 – from Plymouth

    Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Bremen Man on Moped Killed on US 6

June 18, 2012
Bremen Man on Moped Killed on US 6

 06/19/12  Marshall County Police along with Bremen Police, Fire and EMS responded Saturday afternoon at 3:30 to a traffic accident at the intersection of US 6 and Elm Road involving a pick-up truck and a motor scooter.  The driver of the motor scooter, 23 year old James Cherrone of Bremen, was traveling north on...
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Commissioners Extend Burn Ban Another 7 Days

June 18, 2012
Commissioners Extend Burn Ban Another 7 Days

   06/19/12 Monday morning during the Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting it was determined the need to extend the emergency declaration enacting a county-wide burn ban for another week. Last Wednesday on June 13th the Commissioners enacted a burn ban at noon that is scheduled to last until noon Wednesday of this week.  The ban...
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Plymouth Council Hears First Reading of Ordinance Expanding Park Services to Townships

June 18, 2012
Plymouth Council Hears First Reading of Ordinance Expanding Park Services to Townships

  06/19/12 Without any discussion members of the Plymouth Common Council heard on first reading an ordinance accepting the petitions gathered and certified in favor of extending park and recreation services to the unincorporated areas of Center and West Townships.  Park Board President Dave Morrow and member Bob Beiter were present at the meeting....
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