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Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department Fundraising with Breast Cancer Shirts

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September 16, 2018
Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department Fundraising with Breast Cancer Shirts

Once again the Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department will be selling Breast Cancer Shirts for the month of October.  If anyone is interested they will be pre-selling shirts at a price of $15.00 for short sleeve and $20.00 for long sleeve.  Checks can be made payable to the Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department. Please either stop...
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Triton Homecoming Court

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September 16, 2018
Triton Homecoming Court

Triton High School conducted their Football Homecoming on Friday night. Throne picture L to R:  King – Josh Taylor, Queen – Abigail Powell, Princess  – Alyxa Viers, Prince – Dylan Fear Full Court pictureFront L-R (girls): Makenna May, Matisyn Davis, Melissa Yung, Abigail Powell (queen), Alyxa Viers (princess), Mary Yeo, Delanie Groves Back L-R (boys): Bruce Johnson, Jacob Wilson, Tye...
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Bill to Protect Victims of Child Abuse Clears Committee, One Step Closer to Becoming Law

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September 16, 2018
Bill to Protect Victims of Child Abuse Clears Committee, One Step Closer to Becoming Law

Friday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Chris Coons (Del.), co-chairs of the Senate Law Enforcement Caucus, to announce their bipartisan legislation to reauthorize the Victims of Child Abuse Act (VOCAA) has been approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee and is ready to be considered on the floor. The...
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Young and Purdue President Daniels Highlight Role of American Universities in International Development

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September 14, 2018
Young and Purdue President Daniels Highlight Role of American Universities in International Development

Thursday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) spoke at an event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) titled, “The Role of American Universities in International Development.” The event, which Senator Young helped organize, convened leaders from two universities that have a role in international development, including Purdue University President Mitch Daniels and...
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Niles Scream Park Opens this Weekend

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September 14, 2018
Niles Scream Park Opens this Weekend

The nationally renowned Niles Scream Park is ready to officially start autumn by scaring the “yell” out of you with seven different haunted attractions. This year marks the 45th consecutive year of their annual fright festival. The gates will squeak open on Friday, September 14th, and be open on the remaining Fridays and Saturdays...
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The Golden Girls Appear at Miller’s

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September 14, 2018
The Golden Girls Appear at Miller’s

A highlight at Miller’s Assisted Living during National Assisted Living Week is the annual Golden Girls skit that staff puts on for the residents.  This year the original skit written by Activity Director Cindy Flagg followed the NALW Theme of CAPTURE THE MOMENT.  The cast included:  Flagg as Dorothy; Deb Shock (housekeeping) as Sophia,...
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Deputy Wozniak Honored by FBI

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September 14, 2018
Deputy Wozniak Honored by FBI

Thursday afternoon a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was honored by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation). Sheriff Matt Hassel presented the award to Officer Andrew Wozniak as he gave some background on the reason for the award. On September 2, 2017 at 3:15 in the morning, Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic...
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36 Reports Taken on Criminal Mischief to Vehicles in Plymouth

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September 13, 2018
36 Reports Taken on Criminal Mischief to Vehicles in Plymouth

Plymouth Police Chief Dave bacon said this week the Plymouth Police Department has taken reports on 36 incidents of criminal mischief to vehicle in the city limits. The first incidents were reported Monday morning and it is believed that between midnight and 5 a.m. more than a dozen reports were received of vehicle windows...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS KICK OFF SEPTICSMART CELEBRATION WITH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DECLARING September 15-21 AS SEPTICSMART WEEK

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September 13, 2018
HEALTH OFFICIALS KICK OFF SEPTICSMART CELEBRATION WITH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DECLARING September 15-21 AS SEPTICSMART WEEK

The Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) is reminding the citizens of Marshall County to maintain their septic systems as part of SepticSmart Week, a national observance designed to educate homeowners and communities about the importance of caring for septic systems.  Marshall County Commissioners have passed a proclamation declaring September 15- 21st SepticSmart Week in...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Republic Services Request to Change Recycling to Every Other Week

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September 13, 2018
Bourbon Town Council Approves Republic Services Request to Change Recycling to Every Other Week

A request by Republic Services was presented to the Bourbon Town Council last month, and was approved this week. Peter Callan a municipal account executive with Republic was present at both the August and September meetings.  Callan asked to change recycling pickup in Bourbon from weekly service to every other week pickup. Callan had...
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