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Commissioners Agenda for Monday, May 4th

May 4, 2015
Commissioners Agenda for Monday, May 4th

The Marshall County Commissioners will hold their first meeting of May today beginning at 8:30 a.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes an update of the 7th Road construction project and mitigation by Bart Trester from USI.  Also on the agenda is the County Highway...
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REMINDER: BMV Hours Change Due to Election Day

May 4, 2015
REMINDER: BMV Hours Change Due to Election Day

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) reminds citiznes that BMV license branches located in counties that have May 2015 elections will extend hours of operation on Monday, May 4 and on Tuesday, May 5 to issue ID cards and driver’s licenses that may be used for identification at a polling place. Branches in counties that have...
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News Businesses have Ribbon Cuttings

May 4, 2015
News Businesses have Ribbon Cuttings

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter attended a couple ribbon cuttings this weekend. Friday morning he was at Plymouth True Value at 1920 North Oak Road. Manager Gabe said they found the location in Plymouth to be a prime spot on the south side of US 30 and right next to the city’s industrial park. Plymouth...
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Ancilla Asks you to Save the Date for Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner

May 4, 2015
Ancilla Asks you to Save the Date for Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner

The annual Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner event for Ancilla College will be held on Friday, November 6, 2015 at the Swan Lake Resort.  Plan now to attend and join the college as they honor John Chandler with the Ancilla Award and Randy Danielson with the Sr. Mary D. Outstanding Alumni Award. Funds raised from...
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Marshall County Schools Won’t See Much if an Increase inf Funding from State

May 3, 2015
Marshall County Schools Won’t See Much if an Increase inf Funding from State

Indiana schools administrators understand the need to function within a budget; however, changes in the funding formula by the state have made it difficult to know how much to expect. Although legislators unveiled a roughly $32 billion, two-year budget that has increases in school funding, very little of the increase will come to Marshall...
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M.C. Community Foundation Needs $157,000 for Lilly Endowment

May 3, 2015
M.C. Community Foundation Needs $157,000 for Lilly Endowment

Indiana counties are a little richer today. In July 2014, Lilly Endowment Inc. announced a statewide challenge grant to community foundations, totaling $66 million, with incentives that include a $1-for-$1 dollar match. The Endowment crafted the Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow (GIFT) grant opportunity to allow community foundations to have flexibility in how the...
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Plymouth School Board Executive Session or Discuss Purchase of Property

May 3, 2015
Plymouth School Board Executive Session or Discuss Purchase of Property

The Plymouth School Board will meet on May 5 for both an executive session and a regularly scheduled meeting. The executive session will begin at 6:30 P.M., followed by the regular meeting at approximately 7:00 P.M.  The executive session is being called the discuss the purchase or lease of real property and to interview...
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3 Arrested for Meth at Holiday Inn Express

May 1, 2015
3 Arrested for Meth at Holiday Inn Express

On Thursday, April 30th at 4:15 P.M. the Plymouth Police were called by the Holiday Inn Express of possible drug activity. The suspects were both inside and outside the hotel. Officer Bridget Hite responded and located 26 year old Crystal A. Lewis of Rochester who had an active warrant through Marshall County for a probation...
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Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office Number One in the State for Child Support Cost Effectiveness, Number 2 for Establishing Support Orders

May 1, 2015
Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office Number One in the State for Child Support Cost Effectiveness, Number 2 for Establishing Support Orders

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman announced Friday the ranking of offices in their child support collection efforts throughout Indiana.  “I am very pleased to announce that Marshall County ranked number one throughout the state in cost effectiveness.  For every dollar this office spends related to child support collection, we were able to collect...
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Deer Hunters Increase Donations to Feed Hungry

May 1, 2015
Deer Hunters Increase Donations to Feed Hungry

Indiana Conservation Officer’s Sportsmen’s Benevolence Fund (SBF) program was used by Indiana deer hunters to donate a record 1,756 deer to feed hungry Hoosiers this past deer season. A total of 81,715 pounds of venison was used by Indiana food banks to provide 326,858 high protein meals from October 2014 to January 2015. Statewide...
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