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Mayor Creates Committee to Investigate Refurbishing City Office or New City Hall

January 12, 2016
Mayor Creates Committee to Investigate Refurbishing City Office or New City Hall

Monday night’s Plymouth Common Council meeting was historical due to the fact the this was the first time that the council had seven members.  Mayor Mark Senter took time to welcome new members Shiloh Fonseca, Jeff Houin and Gary Cook and returning members Mike Delp, Don Ecker, Duane Culp and Shawn Grobe. The bigger...
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County Council Approves Outsourcing Printing of Tax Bills

January 12, 2016
County Council Approves Outsourcing Printing of Tax Bills

At the request of Marshall County Treasurer, Penny Lukenbill, the County Council approved outsourcing the printing of tax statements. Lukenbill said, “For the past 15 to 18 years the treasurer’s office has printed tax bills in house.”   It takes five full time people a full week to print, fold and stuff over 35,500 statements. ...
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Masterson Files for County Council at Large Seat on Republican Ticket

January 12, 2016
Masterson Files for County Council at Large Seat on Republican Ticket

Monday morning a local businessman threw his hat into the ring to run on the Republican tickets for one of the three County Council at Large seats in the May primary. Jim Masterson joins incumbents Steve Harper and Jon VanVactor along with Toni Hutchings and Jack Roose who have already filed for the council...
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Walorski Attends Hearing with Members of House Bipartisan Task Force to Combat Heroin Epidemic

January 11, 2016
Walorski Attends Hearing with Members of House Bipartisan Task Force to Combat Heroin Epidemic

WASHINGTON D.C. – In an effort to combat the nationwide public health crisis surrounding heroin addiction which has grown dramatically in scope over the last decade, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Bipartisan Task Force to Combat the Heroin Epidemic, met with fellow task force members Monday to hear from experts to...
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County Council Reorgnizes, Approves Long Term Financial Plan with Umbaugh

January 11, 2016
County Council Reorgnizes, Approves Long Term Financial Plan with Umbaugh

The Marshall County Council conducted their first meeting of 2016 and began with a re-organization of the board.  Judy Stone was elected to serve as president and Don Morrison was re-elected as vice-president.  The council also made annual appointments to several boards.  The MACOG appointment will remain Judy Stone while the Fair Board will...
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Senator Head Urges Constituents to Complete Survey

January 11, 2016
Senator Head Urges Constituents to Complete Survey

The Indiana General Assembly reconvened last week for the start of the 2016 legislative session. Senator Randy Head said, “As your senator, I want to hear your thoughts and opinions on the issues. You should be receiving a newsletter in the mail, which includes a survey for you and another household member to complete. Once...
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Students and parents invited to PHS Freshmen Orientation

January 11, 2016
Students and parents invited to PHS Freshmen Orientation

On Wednesday, January 13, Plymouth High School will hold a Freshmen Orientation Program for students and their parents from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The event is designed to create a smooth transition for students who plan or would like to attend Plymouth High School this fall. From 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in...
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Githens Files for Commissioner will Challenge Overmyer in the Primary

January 11, 2016
Githens Files for Commissioner will Challenge Overmyer in the Primary

Marshall County Councilman in District 2, Bill Githens from Culver filed on Monday to challenge incumbent commissioner Kevin Overmyer in the May Republican primary. In a press release handed out at the County Council meeting Monday morning Githens stated, “I believe that we need new leadership on the Board of Commissions.”  He concluded his...
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Club & Organization Fair to be held at Culver-Union Township Public Library

January 11, 2016
Club & Organization Fair to be held at Culver-Union Township Public Library

The Culver Union Township Public Library will host a Club and Organization Fair this Saturday, January 16, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the large meeting room and lower level of the library. Groups that will be in attendance so far include the Antiquarian and Historical Society, CUTPL Book Clubs, MoonTree Studios, CUTPL Friends of...
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Caldwell Arrested by County Police

January 11, 2016
Caldwell Arrested by County Police

A Chicago man was arrested early Saturday morning following a traffic stop by county police on US 31. At approximately 1:17 AM, Officer Wozniak stopped a 2001 Gold Ford Sport Utility Vehicle on US 31 near 11th Road for exceeding the maximum speed limit.  During his investigation is was determined the driver, 25 year...
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