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Minor Injury in Rear-end Crash at RR on US 31

April 21, 2016
Minor Injury in Rear-end Crash at RR on US 31

County Police Officers responded to a two vehicle crash in the southbound lanes of US 31 south of 13th Road at the railroad crossing Wednesday afternoon about 2:30. 58 year old Randall Downey of Highland was south bound in a 1998 Kenworth semi hauling a cargo tank placard with anhydrous ammonia.  Downey had stopped...
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City Common Council Approves Appropriation for Blueberry Festival

April 21, 2016
City Common Council Approves Appropriation for Blueberry Festival

A public hearing was held Wednesday night during a special Common Council meeting for the additional appropriation of $25,000 to the Marshall County Blueberry Festival. On March 14th the Common Council voted for the one-time donation to assist with a fabulous fireworks display celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Labor Day weekend event. On...
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Goodie Bag Donations Sought for 34th Annual Countywide Spelling Bee

April 21, 2016
Goodie Bag Donations Sought for 34th Annual Countywide Spelling Bee

Teri Zechiel, Chairman of the Marshall County Spelling Bee is seeking donations of items for goodie bags. In the past, local businesses have given items to be placed in goodie bags for the approximately 30 students in grades five through eight who will participate in the 34th annual countywide Spelling Bee sponsored by WTCA...
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South Haven Man Arrested by County Police on Multiple Charges

April 21, 2016
South Haven Man Arrested by County Police on Multiple Charges

A speeder on US 31 was stopped Thursday morning just after 2 by County Police. 29 year old James Ochoa-Rodriguez of South Haven, MI was arrested after being stop on US 31 near 12B Road for traveling in excess of 100 mph. He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating a Vehicle...
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Reese Appointed by Gov to Board

April 21, 2016
Reese Appointed by Gov to Board

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence recently made appointments to various boards and commissions. Allen E. Reese of Marshall County was reappointed to serve a three-year term through April 30, 2019 on the Hearing Aid Dealer Examiners Committee.
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County Museum Offers Summer Camp Opportunity for 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders

April 21, 2016
County Museum Offers Summer Camp Opportunity for 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders

The Marshall County Museum has a special summer camp opportunity on June 14 through the 17, for 16 students entering the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade!  “Trains, Toys and Treasures” is a 4-day camp that takes the children back in time with fascinating stories, experiences and artistry from 9 AM – noon daily! Designed to help kids appreciate and...
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Redbud Trail Rendezvous this Weekend at Fulton County Museum

April 21, 2016
Redbud Trail Rendezvous this Weekend at Fulton County Museum

Although three damaged building at the Fulton County Historical Society are not fixed, the round barn has a new roof and the annual Redbud Trail Rendezvous will go on this weekend.  Fudge lovers will be happy to know that Mark Gropp will be back with his bagpipe music and fudge for sale in the...
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Tidbits from Triton

April 21, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Sixth grade students in Mrs. Watkins class at Triton Elementary School enjoy the new rock climbing wall in Mr. Carpenter’s Physical Education class.                                                                                                         (Pictured in bottom right are : Cole McKinney – Ashton Oviedo and the girl is Lauren Snyder).  The wall is courtesy of the Triton Elementary PTO organization   Third graders in Mrs....
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Ferguson Sentenced to 10, 6 suspended

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

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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