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Ferguson Sentenced to 10, 6 suspended

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April 21, 2016
Ferguson Sentenced to 10, 6 suspended

It’s been nearly four years since the former CEO of the now closed Stone Creek Homes, Inc. in Plymouth, David Ferguson, shut the doors without warning, stunning employees, investors and the whole community. As of Wednesday afternoon, Ferguson learned the penalty he will pay for his actions. He was charged with nine counts of...
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Joe Lynn Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

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April 20, 2016
Joe Lynn Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

A home visit by Marshall County Community Corrections on Tuesday morning, April 19th landed a Bourbon man in the Marshall County Jail. Ward Byers and Charles Bowen from Community Corrections were conducting a home visit at 107 West Liberty Street in Bourbon when they located several precursors for methamphetamine.  A search warrant was obtained...
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Grass Fire Spread into Barn Ironwood Road

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April 20, 2016
Grass Fire Spread into Barn Ironwood Road

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a field fire Wednesday afternoon just before 2 at the Steve Klingerman residence at 6266 Ironwood Road. While firefighters were on their way to the scene the fire spread into a barn on the property. The Plymouth Fire Department had a full response including a tanker and mutual...
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New Police Officer in Bremen

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April 20, 2016
New Police Officer in Bremen

On Wednesday Janet Anglemeyer the Bremen Town Clerk administered the oath of office to new town police officer John Tice.
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Bourbon Cemetery Walk May 22nd, Volunteers Needed

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April 20, 2016
Bourbon Cemetery Walk May 22nd, Volunteers Needed

Back by popular demand, the Bourbon Cemetery Walk will be held on Sunday, May 22nd at 3 p.m. Portia Wampler and Karin Rettinger, with the support of a host of others, are organizing a local walk at the Parks-Oddfellows Cemetery. The actors had been secured, but the committee could use a little more help. ...
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WSOI Donation to Cancer Association of Marshall County

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April 20, 2016
WSOI Donation to Cancer Association of Marshall County

The BioArt classes at the Weidner School of Inquiry in Plymouth High School recently presented Mrs. Shirley Gidley with a $1,400.00 donation for the Cancer Association of Marshall County from their Clay for Cancer night in March. WSOI Bio Art freshmen designed and sold their clay pieces to raise money for this local organization.  The...
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Bourbon Farmers’ Market Opens June 4th, Vendors Wanted

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April 20, 2016
Bourbon Farmers’ Market Opens June 4th, Vendors Wanted

The farmers’ market season is fast approaching, and the Bourbon Farmers’ Market wants to get information out to prospective vendors for the 2016 season. The Bourbon Farmers’ Market is always looking for new vendors to help them grow the market. They encourage anyone with even the slightest interest to give the market a try!...
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Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases 2nd Quarter Stats

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April 20, 2016
Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases 2nd Quarter Stats

The Marshall County DUI Task Force Wednesday announced the results of patrols during their 2nd Quarter of operation being the months of January, February, and March. The Marshall County DUI Task Force is a cooperation of officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Plymouth Police Department, Bourbon Police Department, Bremen Police Department, and the...
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PHS Robotics Team Heads to World Championship

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April 20, 2016
PHS Robotics Team Heads to World Championship

The Plymouth High School Robotics Team 586A headed to Louisville, Kentucky to compete at the VEX Robotics World Competition on Wednesday, April 20.  The competition runs Wednesday through Saturday, April 23! Their destination is the Kentucky Exposition Center, 260 plus miles south where they’ll be facing competition where close to 500 robotics teams from around...
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Tidbits from Triton

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April 20, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Third graders at Triton Elementary school have been learning about natural resources and how they can be used to help us solve problems. Students worked to solve a potential “real world” problem where a local river was getting too low at times; which did not leave a suitable amount of water for fish to...
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