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Commissions Approve Delayed Payment for Court Office Work

May 18, 2017
Commissions Approve Delayed Payment for Court Office Work

Marshall County Commissioners voted 2 to 1 on Monday to continue holding a check for work not yet completed in Marshall Superior Court II. Judge Dean Colvin said the design work in his office happened late last year and half of the payment was sent to the company.  He said the claim for the...
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Navarro & Horvath Arrested for Marijuana

May 18, 2017
Navarro & Horvath Arrested for Marijuana

Sunday morning just after midnight Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper conducted a traffic stop at North Michigan Street at Jackson Street. During the investigation it was found that both subjects in the vehicle: 43 year old Frank Navarro of LaPaz and 33 year old Linsay Horvath of Lakeville were in possession of marijuana. Both...
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Sixteen Plymouth High School Seniors will be Inducted into the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

May 18, 2017
Sixteen Plymouth High School Seniors will be Inducted into the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

On Sunday, May 21, at 2:30 p.m. Plymouth High School will hold its annual Academic Hall of Fame ceremony in the Studio Theatre at PHS. Nineteen various departments will induct 16 soon-to-be graduating seniors into the Plymouth High School Academic Hall of Fame.   This year marks the 31th year of the Academic Hall...
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Donnelly-Young Bill Supporting Law Enforcement Mental Health Passes Senate

May 18, 2017
Donnelly-Young Bill Supporting Law Enforcement Mental Health Passes Senate

Washington, D.C. – Bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and Todd Young (R-IN) that would support mental health services for law enforcement officers passed the United States Senate Wednesday unanimously. The Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act would help law enforcement agencies establish or enhance mental health care services for their officers. The...
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Bricks of Bourbon Tour this Sunday

May 18, 2017
Bricks of Bourbon Tour this Sunday

Due to the only snow storm of last winter falling on the Bricks of Bourbon Tour in December, the homeowners have decided to do it again.  Five of Bourbon’s majestic brick homes will be open to the public for the Bricks of Bourbon home tour from 2-6 p.m. this Sunday, May 21. The greater Bourbon...
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Indianapolis Man Arrested for Operating on a Suspended License

May 18, 2017
Indianapolis Man Arrested for Operating on a Suspended License

On Monday afternoon, May 15th, at approximately 12:06 Marshall County Police Officer Laffoon was working interdiction on U.S. 31.  A traffic stop was performed on a vehicle for an equipment violation and it was found that the offender, later identified as 21 year old Saul R. Ramirez of Indianapolis had been operating a vehicle...
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Tidbits from Triton

May 18, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

Shelden, Rusty, Tony, Tammy and Annie came to Triton Jr.-Sr. High School at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning and loaded all the food and other equipment needed for the annual FFA banquet. They worked for 8 hours straight, with a five minute break and 10 minute break, to prepare the food.   The students did not complain and...
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Commissioners Approve Use of County Roads for 3rd Annual Responder Run

May 18, 2017
Commissioners Approve Use of County Roads for 3rd Annual Responder Run

Pastor Ollie from the Plymouth Wesleyan Church appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday to seek approval to use the county roads for the 3rd Annual Responder Run in September. Dongell said the race is a fundraiser for the emergency responders in Plymouth: Plymouth Fire, Plymouth Police and the Sheriff’s Department. The last...
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Drainage Issues at Jellystone Discussed at Commissioners Meeting

May 18, 2017
Drainage Issues at Jellystone Discussed at Commissioners Meeting

Bob Aloi, an engineer with Territorial Engineering appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday to discuss drainage issues at Jellystone Campground. Aloi said he’s been working on drainage issues at the park for a few years and has completed a few projects to make improvements. While he knows there is run-off from the...
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Washington Discovery Academy Principal Resigns

May 18, 2017
Washington Discovery Academy Principal Resigns

Washington Discovery Academy Principal, Jeff Spencer, will be leaving  PCSC at the end of the school year. Spencer is completing his second year at Washington. He was officially hired by the MSD of Perry Townships schools located on the Southside of Marion County as the new principal of Southport Elementary School. Southport Elementary will...
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