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Start a Lifesaving Habit with the American Red Cross

January 2, 2015
Start a Lifesaving Habit with the American Red Cross

The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to start a lifesaving habit by becoming a regular blood donor this year, starting with National Blood Donor Month in January. January is a challenging time for blood donations. Inclement weather can result in blood drive cancellations, and cold and flu season may cause some donors...
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Marshall County Museum Announces Conductor’s Club Membership

January 2, 2015
Marshall County Museum Announces Conductor’s Club Membership

“All Aboard” parents and Grandparents! Kids can now join the new Conductor’s Club! The Marshall County Museum is pleased to announce the premiere of a “Conductor’s Club,” for all kids 12 and under for the ever-popular Train Room.  The club is designed to reward train enthusiasts for visits to the museum! The $10 annual...
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Deadline Approaching for Bicentennial Community Foundation Grants

January 2, 2015
Deadline Approaching for Bicentennial Community Foundation Grants

Indiana’s official 200th birthday is December 11, 2016, but initiatives across the state will commemorate the bicentennial leading up to and during 2016. The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) is reminding organizations of the approaching deadline for a special local grant round to recognize this important milestone in our state’s history and to encourage...
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Potawatomi Wildlife Park Christmas Bird Count January 3rd

January 2, 2015
Potawatomi Wildlife Park Christmas Bird Count January 3rd

The nationwide Christmas Bird Count is a holiday tradition.  The bird census counts birds in the holiday season.  The primary objective of the Christmas Bird Count is to monitor the status and distribution of bird populations across the Western Hemisphere. Residents are invited to come participate in the count at Potawatomi Wildlife Park and...
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Sheriff Waiting on Forensics Testing in Desirea Jones Death

January 1, 2015
Sheriff Waiting on Forensics Testing in Desirea Jones Death

On Friday, December 19th the body of 15 year old Desirae Ann Kathryn Jones from Bremen was found by a walker about 8 o’clock in the morning just off 5th Road between Hawthorn and Grape Roads, the area is commonly referred to a Little Egypt. Detectives from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department have been working this...
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Commissioners Deny Claim for Probation Department

January 1, 2015
Commissioners Deny Claim for Probation Department

A claim presented by the Marshall County Probation Department was denied by the County Commissioners during their final meeting of 2014. County Commissioner Jack Roose motioned to approve all of year-end claims presented with the exception of a $1,077.70 from the probation department. The claim, for accessories out of the office supplies line item...
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Commissioners Make 2015 Department Head Appointments

January 1, 2015
Commissioners Make 2015 Department Head Appointments

Gearing up for 2015, the Marshall County Commissioners made their department head appointments during their December 31st meeting. Reappointed was Doug Masterson as head of the Building and Grounds, Jason Peters as Highway Superintendent, Lori Baker as Highway Administrator, Chuck DeWitt as the County Building Inspector, Gary Masterson who is the supervisor of the...
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Commissioners Enter into Contract with Muskegon River Youth Center

January 1, 2015
Commissioners Enter into Contract with Muskegon River Youth Center

The Marshall County Commissioners conducted their last meeting of the year on Wednesday, December 31st. The first order of business was consideration of a contract with Muskegon River Youth Center for juvenile detention services.  James Pheibush and Mary Jane Walsworth attended the meeting to answer questions. The new contract included a clause for transportation...
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Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years with Luncheon

January 1, 2015
Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years with Luncheon

Residents, staff and volunteers rang in the New Year at Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth with a lovely prime rib luncheon on December 31st.  It has become tradition at Miller’s to celebrate the New Year earlier in the day so residents are able to spend the evening with family and friends. Following another tradition...
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Heat Things Up at Triton Elementary

December 31, 2014
Heat Things Up at Triton Elementary

It may be cold outside, but it certainly is not cold in third grade at Triton Elementary School.  Students have been learning about energy by working with light and heat.  Students tested out how different materials react with light and heat by testing bottles of cold water wrapped in different materials. In these tests students wanted...
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