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Viking Paper Seeks Tax Abatement for $3.5 Million Expansion Project

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September 27, 2016
Viking Paper Seeks Tax Abatement for $3.5 Million Expansion Project

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council took the first step in the Tax Abatement process for Viking Paper on Pidco Drive by declaring the property to be in an economic revitalization area. Justin Mooter, President of Viking Paper told council members the family owned company was founded in 1981 in Toledo and expanded to...
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No Public Comment During Public Hearing on 2017 Budget Pre-adoption

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September 26, 2016
No Public Comment During Public Hearing on 2017 Budget Pre-adoption

The Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing for the 2017 budget during Monday night’s meeting. With more than a million dollars need to cut from the requests, City Clerk Treasurer Jeannie Xaver told common council members working with the Mayor and department heads they were able to cut $1,172,000. Cuts made to next...
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OWI leads to Top Ten List for Jail Bookings in August

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September 26, 2016
OWI leads to Top Ten List for Jail Bookings in August

Operating While Intoxicated topped the list of reasons why individuals were lodged in the Marshall County Jail in August. The top ten reasons for bookings into the jail last month were OWI followed by Failure to Appear, Operator Never Licensed, Marijuana and Driving While Suspended.  Rounding out the top ten was Probation Violation, Theft,...
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CULVER ACADEMIES JOINS WITH UNDER ARMOUR

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September 26, 2016
CULVER ACADEMIES JOINS WITH UNDER ARMOUR

CULVER – Under Armour will be the main supplier of performance apparel and footwear for Culver Academies under an agreement between the company and the college preparatory boarding school. The affiliation signals Under Armour’s commitment into the prep/high school athletic market. Culver Academies becomes the second educational institution in northern Indiana to enter into such...
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24 year old Arrested for OWI on Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and more

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September 26, 2016
24 year old Arrested for OWI on Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and more

On Monday, September 26th at 12:01 a.m. Bourbon Police and Marshall County officers were notified of a possible intoxicated driver on U.S. 30 and State Road 331.   Patrolman Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department located the vehicle and noticed the vehicle swerving in and over the passing lane along with speeding 70/60. The...
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Ancilla College Expands Reach During Indiana College GO! Week

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September 26, 2016
Ancilla College Expands Reach During Indiana College GO! Week

Ancilla College enrollment counselors will be attending college nights, visiting high schools, and meeting with students on campus as part of this year’s Indiana College Go! Week. “We’re really reaching further out into all parts of Indiana this year as part of the effort,” said Ancilla admissions director Ericka Taylor-Joseph. The college is attending more information nights at...
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Knox Man Arrested, Found Lying in Grass on 9B Road

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September 26, 2016
Knox Man Arrested, Found Lying in Grass on 9B Road

About 3 a.m. Saturday, September 24th, Marshall County Police Officer Wozniak located a male subject lying in the grass next to a tree on 9B Road near Ancilla College. The 20 year old male subject, James Bone of Knox was found to be under the influence of alcohol.   He was taken to the Marshall...
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CUTPL Now Offering Faster Internet Access for Patrons

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September 26, 2016
CUTPL Now Offering Faster Internet Access for Patrons

Culver-Union Township Public Library announces the completion of its computer network infrastructure upgrade project, which will offer much faster Internet access to our patrons. Most of the network switches and firewall have been replaced with brand-new equipment, offering a 10 times speed increase and better reliability than the previously-installed equipment. New state-of-the-art 802.11ac wireless...
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North Liberty Teen Hospitalized After Crash

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September 26, 2016
North Liberty Teen Hospitalized After Crash

County police responded to a single vehicle crash Sunday morning (9/25/16) about 3:20 on 1st Road east of Tamarack Road near Walkerton. Officer Laffoon, the investigating officer found a 1994 Ford Ranger that had been west bound on 1st Road and drove off the south side of the roadway striking several trees. The driver,...
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PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB HEARS FROM MARSHALL COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

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September 26, 2016
PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB HEARS FROM MARSHALL COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County, Dean Byers, told the members of the Plymouth Lions Club about the purpose of Habitat for Humanity.  Their Vision is for a World where everyone has a decent place to live.  Their Mission Statement is seeking to put God’s love into action.  Habitat for Humanity...
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