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Amy Dawn Banks Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

May 20, 2013
Amy Dawn Banks Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

  05/21/13 Amy Banks, 37, formerly of Bourbon, was sentenced on May 16 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine.  In open court, Banks admitted that on January 24, 2012 she was manufacturing methamphetamine in the home she shared with others on Main St., in Bourbon. Judge Robert...
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Triton Elementary Students Author Book and Present to School Board

May 20, 2013
Triton Elementary Students Author Book and Present to School Board

  05/21/13 At Triton School Corporation’s Board meeting on May 13th, a group of first and second grade students presented a book they had written and gotten published. The book is entitled Three Mice and a Cat and can be found at www.studentreasures.com as #1760284.  The students also presented a copy of their book to the Bourbon Public...
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Informational Meeting on Bullying Tuesday Evening

May 20, 2013
Informational Meeting on Bullying Tuesday Evening

  05/21/13 Katie Bare is the mother of two sons, ages 8 and 12. One of her boys has repeatedly been bullied this year at school. He has had kids push him down, kick dirt in his face, not let him get up off the ground, call him horrible vulgar names, taunt him in...
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Miller’s Nominates Volunteers for “Age of Excellence Awards”

May 20, 2013
Miller’s Nominates Volunteers for “Age of Excellence Awards”

  05/21/13 Several employees and volunteers from Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth attended the   17th Annual REAL Service  Age of Excellence Awards banquet held at  South Bend’s Century Center Thursday, May 19h.  The Age of Excellence provides an opportunity to recognize individuals “who support loved ones and the community through daily acts of...
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National Safe Boating Week, May 18-24, focuses on life jacket use

May 20, 2013
National Safe Boating Week, May 18-24, focuses on life jacket use

    05/21/13 Excuses for not wearing a life jacket when boating abound.   “It’s too hot! It doesn’t look cool. I know how to swim. Nothing is going to happen to me.”   Approximately 700 people drown in the United States each year from recreational boating accidents. The vast majority of those drowning...
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Drainage Board and Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

May 19, 2013
Drainage Board and Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

    05/20/13 The Marshall County Drainage Board and Commissioners will meet Monday morning in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The Drainage Board meeting begins at 8:30 with the opening of maintenance bids for the Keyser Addition Arm to the Elmer Seltenright Ditch and County Surveyor Larry Fisher will update...
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Tyner Cemetery Tour

May 19, 2013
Tyner Cemetery Tour

  05/20/13 A tour of 5 Polk Township cemeteries is planned for Tuesday, May 21.   There will be a short history on each cemetery and a quick walk through the cemetery.   This event is planned by the Marshall County Genealogical Society with an open invitation to the public. The event will last from about...
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Residence Broken-Into While Homeowners Sleep

May 19, 2013
Residence Broken-Into While Homeowners Sleep

    05/20/13  On Thursday, May 16th Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Bruce Carter took a report from a homeowner in the 10,000 block of Tyler Road of a burglary and theft.  The homeowner advised that sometime during the night, while they were asleep unknown subjects broken into their home and stole a purse. Anyone...
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Sarah Elizabeth Tabor Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

May 19, 2013
Sarah Elizabeth Tabor Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

  05/20/13 Sarah Tabor, 21, formerly of Plymouth, was sentenced on May 16 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine.  In open court, Tabor admitted that on December 28, 2011 she was manufacturing methamphetamine at 313 ½ W. Washington St., in Plymouth. Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an...
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75 Year old Cited for OWI and Disregarding a Stop Sign

May 19, 2013

    05/20/13 Thursday afternoon about 1:20 emergency crews responded to the intersection of 11th Road and Olive Trail for a two vehicle crash with injury.  Indiana State Police Trooper Mike Gruett was the investigating officer.  75 year old Suzanne Orth of Saint John, IN was traveling east on 11th Road in a 2005...
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