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County Auditor Presents Financial Info for 2019 Budget

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August 14, 2018
County Auditor Presents Financial Info for 2019 Budget

During Monday’s County Council meeting, County Auditor Julie Fox gave members financial information in preparation for the 2019 budget hearings next week on Tuesday, August 21st. Fox said the estimated civil maximum levy will be $9,538,324.00.  The loss from the property tax caps is an estimated $559,777.00 while the estimated property tax revenue is...
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Brothers Arrested for Fight

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August 14, 2018
Brothers Arrested for Fight

Saturday, August 11th at 10 a.m.Plymouth Police were dispatched to 1014 West Madison Street for a fight. Officer John Weir arrived and found two brothers in a physical fight. Both had injuries and the fight took place in the presence of two children. 24 year old Stephen Abair with an Argos address and 22...
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Two Triton Student Participate in 2018 INpact Band

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August 14, 2018
Two Triton Student Participate in 2018 INpact Band

Triton High School freshman, Isaac Lemler and William Weissert spent August 10th and 11th in Indianapolis for a time of instruction, fun and performance with the 2018 INpact Band. The INpact Band is a program of Drum Corps International, or DCI. DCI describes the INpact Band as “the biggest middle school band ever”.  The...
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Joseph Dixon Arrested for Theft by Writing Checks on Closed Account

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August 14, 2018
Joseph Dixon Arrested for Theft by Writing Checks on Closed Account

The manager of the Shell Station at 2405 North Michigan Street in Plymouth reported receiving several checks written on a closed account from Joseph B Dixon on Monday, August 13th. The checks were written between July 31 and August 8th for a total of over $1300. Plymouth Police Office Ray West located Joseph Dixon...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves Police for NO OVERNIGHT STAYS IN CITY PARKS

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August 14, 2018
Plymouth Park Board Approves Police for NO OVERNIGHT STAYS IN CITY PARKS

Last week members of the Plymouth Park Board passed a new park policy that prohibits camping or overnight stays in all city parks. City attorney Sean Surrisi said park employees are seeing more people pitching a tent or sleeping in their vehicles, especially in River Park Square.  He said the park board could give...
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Jordan Miller Arrested on 2 Failure to Appear Warrants

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August 14, 2018
Jordan Miller Arrested on 2 Failure to Appear Warrants

Jordan Miller, 25 of Upas Road in Culver was arrested at the Marshall County Probation Department on Monday, August 13th at 1:30 p.m. for two Failure to Appear warrants for fines and costs. Miller was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was held on a $192 and $391...
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Title I Riverside Intermediate School Parent-Student Information Night Thursday, August 16

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August 14, 2018
Title I Riverside Intermediate School Parent-Student Information Night Thursday, August 16

Riverside Intermediate School will hold a Title I Parent-Student Information Night on Thursday, August 16 starting at 6 p.m. Registration sign-in will occur beginning at 5:45 p.m. Parents who sign the registration sheet will be eligible for door prizes and students will select a free book the following day at school. Parent-Student Information Night...
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County Police Officer Hollopeter Investigated 2 Thefts of Tools

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August 14, 2018
County Police Officer Hollopeter Investigated 2 Thefts of Tools

Marshall County Police Officer Ryan Hollopeter investigated two complaints of theft over the weekend.  On Saturday August 11th, at approximately 4:08 pm, he responded to the 100 block of Courtland Street in LaPaz, to investigate a theft report.  Several hand tools were reported stolen.   Sunday afternoon about 2:40 Officer Hollopeter was dispatched to...
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Donnelly-Supported National Defense Bill Signed into Law

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August 14, 2018
Donnelly-Supported National Defense Bill Signed into Law

President Trump Monday signed the bipartisan national defense bill into law, including a number of provisions benefitting Indiana. U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped negotiate and advance this legislation in the Senate Armed Services Committee, helped pass the bill in the full Senate, and was among the Senators who helped reconcile differences between the different...
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County Council Approves Pay Raise for Highway Supervisor

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August 14, 2018
County Council Approves Pay Raise for Highway Supervisor

Jason Peters, Supervisor of the County Highway Department will receive a pay raise that is retroactive to the first of the year thanks to the County Council. On Monday Council President Judy Stone told members that after hearing from Kent Irwin, from Waggoner Irwin Scheele, the county’s HR consultants last week, that Peters is...
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