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Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency

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November 17, 2020
Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency

On Tuesday, November 17th the Marshall County Commissioners extended the Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration for the county.  This declaration must be done every 7 days. This is the fifth consecutive week Marshall County will be under the emergency declaration.  While the declaration doesn’t have a direct impact on citizens, it does make it...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update With 59 New Cases And 4 Additional Deaths For Marshall County

November 17, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update With 59 New Cases And 4 Additional Deaths For Marshall County

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 5,541 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 262,207 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,770 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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Saint Joseph Hospital System Earns Perinatal Center Certification From State

November 17, 2020
Saint Joseph Hospital System Earns Perinatal Center Certification From State

This month, Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) Mishawaka Medical Center was designated as a Perinatal Center by the Indiana Department of Health. Mishawaka Medical Center is one of only 10 hospitals in the state to receive this certification. Mishawaka Medical Center is currently a certified Level III Obstetric and Level III Neonatal facility and...
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Miller’s Resident Donates To The Neighborhood Center

November 17, 2020
Miller’s Resident Donates To The Neighborhood Center

The Neighborhood Center of Plymouth is always happy to receive donations of canned goods, meats, household supplies and clothing. Chris Garner of the Neighborhood Center recently received a donation of brand new, hand crocheted stuffed animals which can go to Neighborhood Center patron’s children. Garner was very happy to receive these items from Yolanda...
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Young Will Return To Washington After Two Negative COVID-19 Tests

November 17, 2020
Young Will Return To Washington After Two Negative COVID-19 Tests

U.S. Senator Todd Young has been cleared by his doctor to return to Washington, D.C., tomorrow and resume Senate business after testing negative for COVID-19 twice. Senator Young self-quarantined out of an abundance of caution after meeting with a staff member who later tested positive for COVID-19. “I appreciate all the kind messages I’ve...
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Commissioners Sign Agreements with Companies for Security and Streaming

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November 16, 2020
Commissioners Sign Agreements with Companies for Security and Streaming

Mike Marshall, the County IT Director appeared before the County Commissioners Monday morning to discuss a non-disclosure agreement with FireEye.    FireEye is a device that will provide Indiana counties with internet traffic monitoring to protect against threats and state data intrusion.  They were hired by the Secretary of State to establish voter confidence in...
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Community Leaders Meeting Sheds Light On Critical Covid-19 Information

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November 16, 2020
Community Leaders Meeting Sheds Light On Critical Covid-19 Information

On Monday morning Community leaders across the county zoomed in on a special session to hear critical Covid-19 information from Marshall County Health Officer, Dr. Byron Holm, Saint Joseph Health Systems, CEO, Chad Towner and Hospital Administrator, Plymouth Campus, Saint Joseph Health Systems Eric Holsopple. Chad Towner opened the discussion with first apologizing for...
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Drainage Board Opens Bids for Maintenance Projects

November 16, 2020
Drainage Board Opens Bids for Maintenance Projects

Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board opened maintenance bids for three projects. Work is scheduled on the William Myers Ditch located on both sides of U.S. 31 between 16th Road and 17B Road near Argos.  The project is 8,850 feet long and will include cutting trees, grass and brush along the 75 foot...
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Commissioners Open Bids for Farm Ground

November 16, 2020
Commissioners Open Bids for Farm Ground

The Marshall County Commissioners opened bids for the lease of farm-ground at the former Shady Rest property on Lincoln Highway east of Plymouth. Every three years the county puts the 161 acres of tillable ground out for lease.  This year there were three bids for the property.  Robin Roberts submitted a bid of $188.50...
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Town of Bourbon Declares Emergency Public Health Disaster

November 16, 2020
Town of Bourbon Declares Emergency Public Health Disaster

The Bourbon Town Council conducted a special meeting Monday morning to declare a Public Health Disaster Emergency. Board members Ward Byers and Les McFarland voted to enact the emergency declaration effective beginning at 12:01 P.M. on November 16th.  This order expires 7 days following enactment unless extended by the Bourbon Town Board. The Emergency...
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Plymouth Man Arrested On Active Warrant Through Chicago

November 16, 2020
Plymouth Man Arrested On Active Warrant Through Chicago

On Friday, November 13th at 9:34 P.M. Deputy Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department located a male subject that had an active felony warrant out of Chicago, Illinois. The officer made contact with the male subject identified as 26 year old Devin Michael Sanchez of Plymouth at the Speedway Gas Station in Lapaz...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Honors Their Veterans

November 16, 2020
Miller’s Assisted Living Honors Their Veterans

Millers Assisted Living Facility Activity Department and other Department Head members made time on Wednesday, November 11 to honor the Veterans living in their facility for Veterans Day.  Activity Director Cindy Flagg prepared a meaningful ceremony.  Department Heads, Diane Swyagart, RSD; Anna Corbett, Marketing; and Alissa Richhart, Dietary; shared poems and the history of...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 50 New Cases

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November 16, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 50 New Cases

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 5,218 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 256,744 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,686 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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Need For Blood Doesn’t Stop For Pandemic Or Holidays

November 16, 2020
Need For Blood Doesn’t Stop For Pandemic Or Holidays

The American Red Cross and country music star Martina McBride have joined together this holiday season to remind people to take care of one another, sharing comfort and joy with hospitals patients through the gift of blood donation. Health emergencies don’t pause for a pandemic or holiday celebrations. The Red Cross needs the help...
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Indiana FFA Foundation Awarded Grant Through Lilly Endowment

November 16, 2020
Indiana FFA Foundation Awarded Grant Through Lilly Endowment

The Indiana FFA Foundation received a $37,000 grant through the Youth Program Resilience Fund of the Lilly Endowment Inc.  “We were honored to be selected as one of the grantees through this Lilly Endowment program,” said Lisa Chaudion, Indiana FFA Foundation Director. “These funds will go a long way in helping students with online learning and...
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AG Curtis Hill From Indiana To Pennsylvania We Must Defend The U.S. Constitution In Matters Of Election law

November 16, 2020
AG Curtis Hill From Indiana To Pennsylvania We Must Defend The U.S. Constitution In Matters Of Election law

Attorney General Curtis Hill todreleased the following statement in response to recent erroneous assertions made by partisans regarding an amicus brief Indiana recently joined in the U.S. Supreme Court: “Under the U.S. Constitution, state legislatures — not state courts — are charged with enacting the laws that govern federal election processes in their respective...
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County Commissioners Make Changes to Personal Policy

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November 15, 2020
County Commissioners Make Changes to Personal Policy

During a specially call meeting of the Marshall County Commissioner on Friday they approved several changes to the employee handbook. The commissioners have been working at modifying the vacation time benefit.  They wanted to move to a Paid Time Off (PTO) benefit but received push-back from employees so they will continue with the same...
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Commissioners Have Full Agenda for Monday Meeting

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November 15, 2020
Commissioners Have Full Agenda for Monday Meeting

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet at 9:30 Monday morning in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. They have a lengthy agenda for the meeting. The first order of business will be opening bids for the farm ground lease at the County Farm and Michael Marshall the county IT Director will...
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County Drainage Board to Meet Monday Morning

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November 15, 2020
County Drainage Board to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes opening drainage maintenance bids for the William Myers Ditch in Green Township, the Charles Pfiefer drain in Walnut Township and the Fletcher drain also in Walnut Township. The...
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18TH ROUND Of MARSHALL COUNTY COVID-19 RAPID RESPONSE GRANTS AWARDED

November 15, 2020
18TH ROUND Of MARSHALL COUNTY COVID-19 RAPID RESPONSE GRANTS AWARDED

The 18th round of COVID-19 Rapid Response grants were awarded Thursday, November 12, to organizations addressing critical basic needs such as food, childcare, and housing/utility assistance for households impacted by COVID-19. United Way, in partnership with the Marshall County Community Foundation, is working with a network of businesses, educators, faith-based and disaster relief organizations,...
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