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PHS & WSOI to Add New Courses

November 16, 2015
PHS & WSOI to Add New Courses

Plymouth High School and Weidner School of Inquiry could have several new classes to choose from for the 2015-2016 school year. PHS Principal, Jim Condon, and WSOI Co-Director, Jennifer Felke, presented an outline of the proposed new courses to the School Board during their November meeting. The Board unanimously approved the changes; however minimum...
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NIPSCO Reminds Customers of Carbon Monoxide Dangers

November 16, 2015
NIPSCO Reminds Customers of Carbon Monoxide Dangers

As temperatures begin to dip, NIPSCO reminds customers of the importance of maintaining a safe home heating system. An annual inspection is essential for every home’s furnace to ensure that it is working efficiently and to help protect dwellers from safety concerns, such as carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless,...
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LaPorte Man Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

November 16, 2015
LaPorte Man Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

A LaPorte man was arrested early Sunday morning following a traffic stop at State Road 17 and Redwood Road. 20 year old Kyle Ray Lindsey was stopped about 1:30 Sunday morning by County Police.   Lindsey was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor.  He was held on...
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Meeting Saturday at Bourbon to Discuss Wheel Tax

November 16, 2015
Meeting Saturday at Bourbon to Discuss Wheel Tax

The Bourbon Committee for Economic Development is hosting a meeting this Saturday, November 21st on economic development in the Bourbon area. During the meeting they will also discuss the possibility of a “wheel tax” in Marshall County and various other taxes that are in the works to supply funds for fixing roads and helping...
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Final Week to Collect Coats for Warm Up Marshall County

November 16, 2015
Final Week to Collect Coats for Warm Up Marshall County

For 17 years, residents of Marshall County have stepped up to meet the need of those who may face Indiana’s harsh winters without the basic necessity of a winter coat. This year’s “Warm Up Marshall County” coat collection is in its final week, with drop-off points at Oliver Ford, WTCA Radio, Morrow Insurance, Beacon...
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Governor Pence Suspends Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Indiana, Congresswoman Walorski Comments

November 16, 2015
Governor Pence Suspends Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Indiana, Congresswoman Walorski Comments

Indianapolis – Following reports that a Syrian refugee was among the perpetrators of the terrorists attacks that took place in Paris on Friday, Governor Mike Pence issued the following statement: “In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris, effective immediately, I am directing all state agencies to suspend the resettlement of additional Syrian refugees...
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North Liberty Man Arrested for Carrying Without a License and Possession

November 16, 2015
North Liberty Man Arrested for Carrying Without a License and Possession

A traffic stop in the 100 block of US 31 and Michigan Road Sunday led to the arrest of a North Liberty man. On Sunday evening November 15, while on routine patrol, County Officer Les McFarland stopped 25 year old Jeffrey Lewis for exceeding the posted speed limit. During the traffic stop, Officer McFarland...
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Governor Orders Flags to be Flown at Half-Staff

November 16, 2015
Governor Orders Flags to be Flown at Half-Staff

 In accordance with a presidential proclamation issued Sunday evening, Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at state facilities statewide be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Flags should be flown at half-staff effective immediately until sunset on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Governor Pence also asks businesses and...
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October Activity Report for Plymouth Police Department

November 15, 2015
October Activity Report for Plymouth Police Department

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented his monthly report to the Board of Public Works and Safety last week.  His department handled 701 calls for information while officers were dispatched to 425 complaints. Plymouth officer conducted 235 traffic stops, responded to 142 9-1-1 calls, issued 125 citations and were dispatched 70 alarms.   Officers did...
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October Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Dept.

November 15, 2015
October Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Dept.

There were a total of 176 people booked into the Marshall County Jail in October with the daily jail population being 122. The Top Ten Offenses for being booked into the county jail last month were: number 1 Operating While Intoxicated, number 2 Failure to Appear, number 3 Probation Violation, number 4 Theft, Number...
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