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Indiana Sportsmen Feed Indiana’s Hungry

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September 16, 2014
Indiana Sportsmen Feed Indiana’s Hungry

Indiana Conservation Officers are encouraging Hoosier sportsmen to donate part of their 2014-2015 deer harvest to help feed the hungry. The Sportsmen’s Benevolent Fund program, administered by the DNR Law Enforcement Division, provided 269,892 high protein venison meals to help feed hungry Hoosiers during the 2013-2014 deer hunting season. Indiana deer hunters donated 67,473...
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Pick-up Strike Plymouth School Bus with Children Still on it

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September 16, 2014
Pick-up Strike Plymouth School Bus with Children Still on it

About a dozen children riding a Plymouth School bus home tonight about 4 p.m. on State Road 17 were very lucky when a pick-up truck plowed into the back of their school bus. Details haven’t been released but none of the children were injured in the accident. The Plymouth School bus was driven by...
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5 Highlighted in Tri Kappa History Walk

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September 16, 2014
5 Highlighted in Tri Kappa History Walk

History truly came alive this past Sunday in the Oak Hill Cemetery as Tri Kappa hosted their 6th Annual History Walk. Under beautiful sunny skies five citizens buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery and who helped build Plymouth and Marshall County told their stories to visitors interested in learning a little bit of history....
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Commissioners and Jail Holding Corp. Approves POS

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September 16, 2014
Commissioners and Jail Holding Corp. Approves POS

The Marshall County Commissioners expected to be further along with the jail bond refinancing project. During their meeting Monday the County Attorney Jim Clevenger said the Preliminary Official Statement was to have been distributed the week of August 25th. As of yet that hasn’t been done. On Monday Umbaugh, the county’s financial consultants requested...
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Drainage Board Makes Approvals

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September 15, 2014
Drainage Board Makes Approvals

Members of the Marshal County Drainage Board approved the variance request of Troy Mangus for the Falk property along the Elmer Seltenright Ditch Mangus said the landowner wants to apply to the CRP program to plant trees through the SAFE program which is part of the state program. He proposed a 50 foot grass...
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Sheriff Updates Jail Holding Corporation during Annual Meeting

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September 15, 2014
Sheriff Updates Jail Holding Corporation during Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Marshall County Holding Corporation was held Monday morning in the Commissioner’s meeting room of the County Building. The first order of business was the election of officers. It was determined to stay with the same one; Kent Borggren as Chairman, John Zentz as Vice...
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Pill Drop in Bremen 9/27/14

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September 15, 2014
Pill Drop in Bremen 9/27/14

The Bremen Police Department will be hosting the pill drop on Saturday, September 27th from 10 am to 2 pm at CVS 1150 West Plymouth Street. If anyone has expired drugs or medications they no longer use please drop them off at the Bremen CVS next Saturday.
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Minor Injuries in Crash on US 30 at Plymouth/Goshen

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September 15, 2014
Minor Injuries in Crash on US 30 at Plymouth/Goshen

Saturday morning about 7:30 Marshall County Police Officer Les McFarland responded to a two vehicle crash at US 30 and Plymouth/Goshen Trail. The accident occurred when 86 year old Bobby Staner of Plymouth attempted to cross US 30 on Plymouth/Goshen Trail in his 2000 Dodge Neon and failed to yield the right of way...
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Gibson Announces Cultural Strategies For Managing Workforce Risk Event

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September 15, 2014
Gibson Announces Cultural Strategies For Managing Workforce Risk Event

Gibson is hosting Cultural Strategies For Managing Workforce Risk on October 3, 2014. A positive workplace culture is crucial for business success. There are numerous bottom line reasons for focusing on a positive culture: talent attractor and retainer, employee engagement and productivity, energy, synergy, momentum, health and safety. Employees are an organization’s greatest asset...
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National Preparedness Month

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September 15, 2014
National Preparedness Month

Governor Mike Pence has declared September as Preparedness Month. Hoosiers are encouraged to become educated and empowered to prepare for and respond to all types of emergencies. A disaster or emergency – like a winter storm, flooding, tornadoes, natural disasters or terrorist attacks – could leave households without electricity, heat and clean running water....
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