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Blount Arrested for Shoplifting

August 1, 2016
Blount Arrested for Shoplifting

  A Plymouth woman was arrested Sunday afternoon for theft.   35 year old Betty P. Blount was arrested for shoplifting numerous clothing items at Walmart.   Blount was booked into the County Jail on a $1,500 cash bond and issued an August 30th court date in Marshall Superior Court II.      ...
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Commissioners Approve Dispatching Agreements for Dispatching

August 1, 2016
Commissioners Approve Dispatching Agreements for Dispatching

  Marshall County will receive $174,414 in contributions from the city, towns and townships in the county for dispatch services.   Centralized Dispatch has been in place for several years with most of the governmental entities in the county although they have not paid for the dispatching services supplied for a number of years....
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Harrison Arrested on Warrant

August 1, 2016
Harrison Arrested on Warrant

  Friday night about 10 Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre observed 29 year old Jonathan Harrison at the intersection of East Lake Avenue and Michigan Streets.   Having knowledge that Mr. Harrison had active warrant for his arrest for a Failure to Appear for a prior charge of Driving While Suspended, Office McIntyre took...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Indy Man on Multiple Charges

August 1, 2016
Bourbon Police Arrest Indy Man on Multiple Charges

  Friday evening just after 10 Bourbon Police Officer Adam Hudson was notified of a possibly impaired driver.   At 10:20 Officer Hudson and Officer Gleason stopped a vehicle matching the description of the suspects vehicle near North Main and Liberty Streets in Bourbon. During their investigation 48 year old Barry L. Brady of...
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Mini-Musical Performed at Miller’s Assisted Living

August 1, 2016
Mini-Musical Performed at Miller’s Assisted Living

Miller’s Assisted Living resident Marvoline Lowry and Activity Director Cindy Flagg combined their talents and performed a short musical for fellow residents and guests on Friday afternoon, July 29th.  Music has been an important of both women’s lives since they were young.  Lowry learned to play the piano as a child and always enjoyed...
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Commissioner’s Meeting on Monday

July 31, 2016
Commissioner’s Meeting on Monday

  The Marshall County Commissioners will meet (Monday;this) morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.   The lengthy agenda includes consideration of two contracts for Court Services with 3M and Total Court Services.   Jim Straeter, President of Ag Technologies of Rochester will appear before the commissioners at...
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2014-2015 Starke County Overdose Deaths Decreased by Over 50 Percent

July 30, 2016
2014-2015 Starke County Overdose Deaths Decreased by Over 50 Percent

Data from the Starke County Health Department indicates that from 2009-2013 an average of 9 community members died each year as a result of an overdose.  The average overdose deaths from 2014-2015 was 4, a substantial decrease.  As of July 19, 2016 there have been two deaths in Starke County this year linked to...
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Michigan Road Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday

July 30, 2016
Michigan Road Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday

Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer and INDOT said a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Michigan Road project will be conducted this week.   Overmyer commented that LaPaz officials have been hoping to make this a celebration due to the negative impact having the closed road has had on their community.   Michigan Road was...
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Candidates Sought for School Board Elections

July 30, 2016
Candidates Sought for School Board Elections

Six school boards will be electing members during the general election on November 8, 2016. Marshall County Clerk, Deborah  VanDeMark, wants to remind individuals interested in filing for a school board seat that the deadline is noon on Friday, August 26, 2016.  Candidate packets may be obtained from the Voter Registration desk in the...
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New Full-time Officer for Bourbon Police Department

July 29, 2016
New Full-time Officer for Bourbon Police Department

On Friday Bourbon Town Clerk, Kim Berger administered the swearing in oath to newly hired Patrolman, 38 year old Carl Amsden. Amsden is a native of Bourbon, graduating from Triton High School and then served 5 years in the United States Marine Corps. He is married and has four children. Carl started his Law...
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