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ISTEP Breakfast at Triton

March 5, 2015
ISTEP Breakfast at Triton

Seventh and Eighth grade students in Mrs. Sarrah Davis’s class at Triton High School were treated to breakfast before ISTEP testing by Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Ebersole.  They were getting pumped up to do their best!   Pictured are:   Top Row (Left to right) – Jared Neff, Ethan Cook, Lloyd Miller, Clarissa Gonzalez, Chase...
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FAFSA Deadline for Student Aid Tuesday, March 10, 2015

March 5, 2015
FAFSA Deadline for Student Aid Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Nearly $300 million in state financial aid for college is available this year for Indiana students who qualify. To receive financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid—or the FAFSA—by Tuesday  March 10, 2015. Unfortunately, too many students fail to complete the FAFSA—either because they don’t know they should, they don’t know how...
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Kim Hensley – 59 – from Walkerton

March 5, 2015
Kim Hensley – 59 – from Walkerton

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right fro complete details.
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Elizabeth “Betty” Sullivan – 85 – from Plymouth

March 5, 2015
Elizabeth “Betty” Sullivan – 85 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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9 Resumes Received for Solid Waste District Executive Director’s Position

March 5, 2015
9 Resumes Received for Solid Waste District Executive Director’s Position

Members of the Marshall County Solid Waste District board met this week and received a status update on filling the director’s position. A total of 9 resumes were received and the committee narrowed those down to 4 for interviews.  30 minute interviews will be conducted on March 9th. HR consultants, Wagner, Irwin & Sheely...
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Warrant for Parole Violation Served on Lake Avenue

March 4, 2015
Warrant for Parole Violation Served on Lake Avenue

Wednesday morning just before 8 the Indiana State Police and officers with the Plymouth Police Department served a warrant at 2420 Lake Avenue. The warrant was sought following an investigation involving possible methamphetamine activity. The ISP SRT team used a “flash bang” and served the warrant and located several subjects inside the residence. During...
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Common Construction Wage Committee Sets ABC Wages for City Projects

March 4, 2015
Common Construction Wage Committee Sets ABC Wages for City Projects

A Common Construction Wage Meeting was held Wednesday morning in the Commissioner’s meeting room of the County Building.  The meeting was called for projects the City of Plymouth anticipates doing this construction season. Members of the committee included Jim Marquartd who is the awarding agency taxpayer, Don Ecker who is the Industrial representative, Judy...
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Plymouth School Board Names Hartley Assistant Superintendent

March 4, 2015
Plymouth School Board Names Hartley Assistant Superintendent

The Plymouth School Board named Andy Hartley the new Assistant Superintendent during a meeting on March 3. Hartley had assumed the duties of the position in January of this year after former Assistant Superintendent ,Dan Funston, resigned to accept a position in the private sector. Hartley had been the principal at Washington Discovery Academy...
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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department February Report

March 4, 2015
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department February Report

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the February Jail Report and the Top Ten Offenses for bookings into the Jail. Starting and number 10 and working your way to the top you find violation of home detention at number 10, visiting a common nuisance number 9, probation violations was 8th on the list, court...
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February Report from Starke County Jail

March 4, 2015
February Report from Starke County Jail

Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin released his February Statistics report this week. Officers with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department handled 547 incident reports, investigated 59 accident reports, served 202 civil papers and responded to 16 commercial and residential alarms. The Starke County’s K-9, Terror was called for service 8 times.  The K-9 division made...
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