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Shoplifting Arrests at Wal-Mart

December 23, 2014
Shoplifting Arrests at Wal-Mart

During the holiday season shoplifting is more prevalent than ever. On Friday, December 19th Plymouth Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a female shoplifter in custody.  20 year old Diana Turner of Plymouth was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in for theft. About 11:30 Friday evening Officer Stuart...
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November Unemployment Rates

December 23, 2014
November Unemployment Rates

The Hoosier State grew 15,800 private sector jobs in November, the most in a one-month period in 15 years. Last month, the rate of private sector growth in Indiana was double that of the United States (0.6% versus 0.3%). Private sector gains spanned nearly every sector, with larger increases concentrated in Professional & Business...
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What to Do When Your Home or Car Is Damaged in a Winter Storm

December 23, 2014

In November of this year, South Bend was hit with a record snow fall and winter storms have already left a path of damage and power outages in other states across the country. When a storm strikes, it is important to know what to do if your home is damaged or if you are...
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Big Changes at Plymouth Speedway

December 23, 2014
Big Changes at Plymouth Speedway

Ed Kennedy owner of the Plymouth Speedway, General Manager Mike Zielinski, Events Coordinator and Race Director Keith Beeching, and the entire staff at Plymouth Speedway are excited about all the changes happening at the race track. While many drivers are working on their cars for the new season at the Playground of Power, they...
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Borggren Sworn In to Office

December 23, 2014
Borggren Sworn In to Office

Marshall County Clerk, Julie Fox administered the oath of office to West Township Trustee Terry Lee Borggren on Monday, December 22nd.  Borggren will be serving another four year term at Trustee.
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WTCA Rings the Bells for Salvation Army

December 23, 2014

On Sunday, WTCA rang the bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettles at Wal-Mart.  During the two hours we were there we were able to raise $352.04 for the Salvation Army in Marshall County. Pastor Jim Irwin said they were nearing their goal of $15,000.  This money is used all year long to assist...
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Triton Students Go Caroling

December 23, 2014
Triton Students Go Caroling

The second grade students at Triton Elementary School along with their teachers, Ms. Karly Biddle, Mrs. Samanth Phenix, and Mrs. Denise Voreis, went caroling in downtown Bourbon to share the joy of the season. The students then stopped by the Triton administration office to sing for the staff there. Superintendent Donna Burroughs accompanied the singers...
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Sheriff & Coroner Release Name of Victim

December 22, 2014
Sheriff & Coroner Release Name of Victim

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has identified the young, white female body that was found about 8 a.m. Friday morning on 5th Road between Hawthorn and Grape Roads. An autopsy Monday morning in Fort Wayne has confirmed the body to be that of 15 year old Desiray Ann Kathryn Jones of Bremen. Marshall County...
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Mayor Senter Highlights City Snow Removal Ordinance

December 22, 2014
Mayor Senter Highlights City Snow Removal Ordinance

Each month Mayor Mark Senter highlights a city ordinance for the WTCA listeners.  This month he is highlighting snow removal. Senter said, “This is just a reminder.   People often forget during the first major snowfall the city ordinance about keeping the sidewalk cleared of snow. It is the duty of every owner, lessee or...
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County Board of Finance Meeting

December 22, 2014

The Marshall County Board of Finance has announced a meeting for Wednesday, December 24th at 8:30 a.m. in room 203 of the Marshall County Building. The purpose of the meeting is to approve and sign a revised resolution and signature card designating Teachers Credit Union (TCU) as the depository for Marshall County from January...
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