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Sr. Boilini Speaks on Elder Abuse at Lampen Lecture

April 23, 2015
Sr. Boilini Speaks on Elder Abuse at Lampen Lecture

DONALDSON –Sr. Bonita Boilini, PHJC, JD presented a lecture entitled “Breaking the Silence: Elder Abuse, It Must Stop” as a part of the college’s Lampen Lecture series Wednesday, April 22nd. Sr. Boilini wanted bring awareness to the alarming prevalence of elder abuse in the United States. While many cultures revere the elderly in their...
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LOHUT Tax Explained to County Council & Commissioners

April 23, 2015
LOHUT Tax Explained to County Council & Commissioners

Wednesday evening members of the Marshall County Commissioners and County Council met in a special joint meeting to receive information on Indiana’s Local Option Highway User Tax more commonly referred to as LOHUT. Patrick Conner from Indiana’s Local Technical Assistance Program also called LTAP from Purdue explained what a LOHUT was. Indiana legislature approved...
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Indiana Unemployment Rates for March

April 23, 2015
Indiana Unemployment Rates for March

Indiana’s unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percent to 5.8 percent in March. The unemployment rate in the Hoosier State is now down by 2.4 percentage points over the past two years, and the labor force has grown by roughly 72,000 individuals. Although Indiana’s labor force participation rate declined by 0.2 percent to 63.6 percent...
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Lapaz Man Arrested After Fleeing From Fulton County Crash

April 22, 2015
Lapaz Man Arrested After Fleeing From Fulton County Crash

Rochester – Wednesday at approximately 3:40 p.m., Indiana State Trooper Luke Bowyer was driving through Rochester when he allegedly witnessed a 2001 Dodge Durango, driven by Dakota Tucker, 23, LaPaz, fail to yield to traffic on Ninth Street. The Dodge struck an eastbound 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix, driven by Dawn Hazelwood, 39, Rochester. The Dodge...
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PHS Robotics Team Competes in VEX World Championship

April 22, 2015
PHS Robotics Team Competes in VEX World Championship

The Plymouth High School Robotics Team returned on Sunday after a three-day contest with an outstanding placing in the VEX World Championship at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. Although not advancing to the elimination rounds, PHS 586A team did place 22nd out of 90 teams in their division. Coach Rich Schieber said, “That’s...
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City Police Seek Info on Suspected Thieves

April 22, 2015
City Police Seek Info on Suspected Thieves

The Plymouth Police Department needs the community’s help identifying two subjects. Plymouth Detective Leo Mangus said they pair are connected to several local thefts from businesses in the area as well as other counties. Any type of information would be greatly appreciated.  Citizens can contact Detective Leo Mangus at the Plymouth Police Department. (574-936-2126)
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Grovertown Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property on Criagslist

April 22, 2015
Grovertown Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property on Criagslist

On Sunday, April 19 Marshall County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant was investigating a theft from a residence where truck rims and tires were stolen. The victim had located the stolen items for sale on Craigslist. Officers posed as a potential buyer and arranged to meet the seller in Plymouth. Marshall County Patrolmen and Plymouth...
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Earth Day/Arbor Day Celebration this Saturday in Plymouth

April 22, 2015
Earth Day/Arbor Day Celebration this Saturday in Plymouth

The Mayor’s Youth Council in Plymouth is asking citizens to participate in their Earth Day event this Saturday, April 25th. This will be their third annual Earth Day celebration. There will be several activities for you to partake in to celebrate Earth Day. Those wishing to participate should be children ages 11 year and older...
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John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop April 24th

April 22, 2015
John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop April 24th

On April 24th, Plymouth Police Department’s Officer Bob DeLee, and community members will come together at The Coffee Lodge to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. The event begins at 8:15am at The Coffee Lodge, 225 E. Jefferson Street, Plymouth. John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones office is sponsoring...
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Commissioners Approve Contract for Federal Reimbursements fro Child Support & Title IV-D

April 22, 2015
Commissioners Approve Contract for Federal Reimbursements fro Child Support & Title IV-D

The Marshall County Commissioner approved another 3 year agreement with Maximus for professional and consulting services. Kenneth Moeller from Maximus discussed the annual cost allocation plan for the county, which he has done for the last 22 years.  The purpose of Manimus is to recover the indirect cost associated with child support enforcement and...
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