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County Police Investigate Crashes

June 14, 2011
County Police Investigate Crashes

06/15/11 Marshall County police investigated two accidents on Monday, June 13th. At approximately 1:30 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call in reference to an auto accident in the area of 12th Road and US 31. Upon arrival, Patrolman Les McFarland spoke with the drivers in the vehicle. Louise Skidmore-Vernon 93, of...
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City Police Reports

June 14, 2011
City Police Reports

06/15/11  On Monday, June 13th about 10:45 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a theft complaint.  It was found that 42 year old Tonia Sobieck of Plymouth was shoplifting. Weir transported Sobieck to the Marshall County Jail where she was booked in for Theft, a Class D Felony with...
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Church Orchestra & Kings Way Concert in Bourbon

June 14, 2011
Church Orchestra & Kings Way Concert in Bourbon

06/15/11 Those who attended the Marshall County Church Orchestra & The Kings Way concert on Sunday evening in Bourbon were treated to a little bit of “the good old days”.  A trip to the Bourbon Town Gazebo is much like stepping into a Norman Rockwell painting.  The evening orchestra’s Concert in the Park series...
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Culver Academies Graduates

June 14, 2011
Culver Academies Graduates

06/15/11  The following students from Marshall County and the surrounding area  graduated from Culver Academies. Those students graduating Cum Laude and/or with academic honors are designated. Those students participating in the English Speaking Union program will spend a post-graduate year studying at a boarding school in the United Kingdom before attending college. Tim Jeffirs, Argos,...
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Sheriff Chamberlin Talks Centralized Dispatch and 9-1-1 issues

June 13, 2011
Sheriff Chamberlin Talks Centralized Dispatch and 9-1-1 issues

06/14/11 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin had a busy day with presentations on 9-1-1 issues and needs to the County Council in the morning and a discussion of centralized dispatching with the Plymouth City Council in the evening. Sheriff Chamberlin explained that the 9-1-1 dispatch center has been funded by a $1.53 monthly fee...
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Former Mayor Touched Many

June 13, 2011
Former Mayor Touched Many

06/14/11 Former Mayor James Eugene “Jim” Yeazel died unexpectedly of a heart attack, at 9:30 p.m., Saturday, June 11, 2011, eight days before his 84th birthday, at his 917 West Washington Street home in Plymouth. An enormously popular and respected man, his loss will be felt by many who laughed at his jokes and...
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Relay for Life this Weekend at Centennial Park

June 13, 2011
Relay for Life this Weekend at Centennial Park

06/14/11  Relay for Life Marshall County kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday  in Centennial Park with opening ceremonies followed by the memorable survivor lap. The Fight Back Ceremony is at 8 p.m. and the inspirational Luminaire Ceremony is at 10 p.m. A silent auction begins at 5, closing at 11:30. The all-night affair ends...
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County Police Reports

June 13, 2011
County Police Reports

6/13/11 Marshall County Police arrests three over the weekend. On Thursday June 9th at approximately 2:00 p.m. a gray horse trailer being towed by a Ford F250 driven by Veronica Hawkins of Wanatah was south bound on Michigan Road north of 5th Road, when a red passenger car traveling north bound went left of...
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City BZA Approves Special Exception for Day Care

June 13, 2011
City BZA Approves Special Exception for Day Care

06/14/11 There was quite a bit of discussion on the special exception request of Carey and John Weir during this month’s Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals meeting. The Weirs recently purchase two homes at 519 and 523 North Walnut Street.  Their plan was to move the day care center currently in their home to...
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Jacoby Church Rededication

June 13, 2011
Jacoby Church Rededication

06/14/11 June 12 marked the 150th anniversary of the Jacoby Church and many local residents were on hand to commemorate the occasion. The original dedication took place on June 9, 1861. In 2006, the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council worked with Township Trustee Doug Kucera to restore the structure. It was not until 2008, that...
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