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Commissioners Issue “Advisory” level Travel Advisory

March 18, 2015
Commissioners Issue “Advisory” level Travel Advisory

Due to damage to county roads caused by the recent thawing, an “Advisory” level travel advisory has been implemented. The Marshall County Commissioners and highway superintendent are asking for your cooperation in helping to prevent further damage to the roads by limiting the amount of weight being transported on county roads. An “Advisory” is...
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Dr. Marcia Egan Speaks on Social Justice at Lampen Lecture

March 18, 2015
Dr. Marcia Egan Speaks on Social Justice at Lampen Lecture

DONALDSON –Dr. Marcia Egan presented a lecture entitled “Looking Back, Stepping Forward: Angelina, Sarah and Social Justice” as a part of the college’s Lampen Lecture series Monday, March 16th. Dr. Marcia Egan, resident of Maria Center, simply wanted to share her love of books and learning. Based on the book The Invention of Wings...
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Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

March 18, 2015
Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

A couple dozen citizens, young and older attended the groundbreaking Tuesday evening for Freedom Park in Packard Woods. The all-inclusive playground has been a dream of Tony Gamble’s for a number of years.  Seeing his youngest son who is disabled watch as the other children ran and played on the equipment at the park...
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More than 400 Run/Walk in 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash

March 18, 2015
More than 400 Run/Walk in 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash

The fourth annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash was held this past Saturday at the Plymouth High School. Under sunny more than 400 runners and walkers came out to help raise funds and awareness for cancer patients in Marshall County. The St. Paddy’s Day Dash began in 2012 when a fundraiser was done for former...
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Downtown Revitalization Committee to Host Community Discussion on April 1st

March 18, 2015
Downtown Revitalization Committee to Host Community Discussion on April 1st

At the Wednesday, April 1st meeting of the Plymouth Downtown Revitalization Committee, a number of speakers with expertise in helping downtowns with revitalization plans will make short presentations outlining their ideas. Rich Davis, a veteran downtown planner and former President of the Fort Wayne Downtown Improvement District will share his experiences of building successful...
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Arrested by Plymouth Police

March 17, 2015
Arrested by Plymouth Police

Monday afternoon about 3:15 Plymouth Police Officer Stuart Krynock conducted a traffic stop at Oak Drive and US 30.  The driver, 32 year old Ryan Jay Beem of Walkerton was found to be driving on a suspended license with a prior charge. Mr. Beem was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in...
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CASA of Marshall County Announces 1st Volunteer of the Month

March 17, 2015
CASA of Marshall County Announces 1st Volunteer of the Month

CASA of Marshall County executive director Haley Kittrell announced the first CASA Volunteer of the Month this week. Kittrell said, “All of our volunteers deserve recognition for all their hard work, and the Board of Directors has decided that we will try and recognize our volunteers who go above and beyond.”  She explained that volunteers...
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Ancilla Student Interning in Taiwan this Summer

March 17, 2015
Ancilla Student Interning in Taiwan this Summer

Autumn Ganser does not shy away from an adventure; you may even call her a free spirit. But she wasn’t always this way; in fact, a few years ago she had her life all planned out but she explains “God had other plans for her.” Ganser, a sophomore graduating this spring from Ancilla College...
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City Engineering Dept. to Fund Feasibility Study for Tennis Courts

March 17, 2015
City Engineering Dept. to Fund Feasibility Study for Tennis Courts

A feasibility study to look at the current location of the tennis courts in Centennial Park was approved Monday night during a special Park Board meeting. Last week City Engineer Rick Gaul, Jeannine Xaver the City Clerk Treasurer, Mayor Mark Senter, City Attorney Sean Surrisi, Tennis Committee Chairman Sarah Smith and Park Board President...
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Goshen Man Arrested for Intimidation, Stalking & Harassment

March 17, 2015
Goshen Man  Arrested for Intimidation, Stalking & Harassment

A 20 year old Goshen man was arrested early Sunday morning after a complaint was received at the Bremen Police Department from a female who felt threatened by the subject. The unnamed female called the Bremen Police Department after she had met Skyler Nissley on a social media dating site and he indicated he...
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