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2013 M.C. Jail Report, Inmate Meals Cost .98 Each

February 15, 2013
2013 M.C. Jail Report, Inmate Meals Cost .98 Each

02/15/13 The 2013 Marshall County Jail Report submitted by Sheriff Tom Chamberlin indicates that inmates were used in and around the jail last year working in the kitchen, laundry, mopping floors, and washing windows inside and out.  Under supervision worked outside of the building cleaning the parking lots, pulling weeds in the landscaping area,...
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Rep. Harman Releases Survey Results

February 15, 2013
Rep. Harman Releases Survey Results

  02/18/13 The Indiana legislative midterm is quickly coming up, and it has been an exciting session for freshman Tim Harman.  He commented last week, “I’m pleased to see many great bipartisan legislative efforts being put forth so far. It is refreshing to see how much can be accomplished when the well-being of Indiana...
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Triton’s DI Team Prepares for Competition…

February 15, 2013
Triton’s DI Team Prepares for Competition…

  02/18/13 Triton’s Destination Imagination Program created Challenge Day so their DI teams could spend one entire day working as team on the Instant Challenge portion of the DI program. The teams began rolling in about 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, February 9th to be run through about 11 instant challenges. An Instant Challenge, or...
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CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PASSAGE OF FEDERAL PAY FREEZE BILL

February 15, 2013
CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI STATEMENT ON PASSAGE OF FEDERAL PAY FREEZE BILL

  02/18/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement on the bipartisan passage of H.R. 273, to eliminate a statutory pay adjustment for federal employees: “With a national debt of $16.5 trillion, I applaud my colleagues for passing legislation to freeze pay for federal employees including the Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries, and Members...
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Army Hometown Military News: CMA Grad Returns from

February 15, 2013
Army Hometown Military News: CMA Grad Returns from

  02/16/13 Army Sgt. Uriah C. Trout has returned to the U.S. after being deployed overseas at a forward operating base to serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Operation Enduring Freedom is the official name given to anti-terrorism military operations involving U.S. troops and allied coalition partners.  Active duty and reserve component members...
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Secret Valentine at Catherine Kasper Home

February 15, 2013
Secret Valentine at Catherine Kasper Home

02/18/13 Residents and staff at the Catherine Kasper Home celebrated Valentine’s with their annual Secret Valentine Party.  All week staff members played Secret Valentine to the residents and on Valentine’s Day residents learned the identity of their Secret Valentine.  Besides gifts, hugs and smiles were all around the room.  Bryan Edington provided the music...
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Triton Elementary Uses Food to Learn Math

February 15, 2013
Triton Elementary Uses Food to Learn Math

  02/16/13 Triton Elementary School second grade student, Morgan Feldman, and her classmates were using stick pretzels and gumdrops to make 3D shapes to show the edges and vertices they were learning about in math class. Who knew math could be so much fun!!
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Republican Party to Hold Reorganization Meeting

February 14, 2013
Republican Party to Hold Reorganization Meeting

  02/15/13 The Marshall County Republican Party Committee shall meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 2nd at republican headquarters at 117 Water Street in Plymouth.  The purpose of the meeting is for the reorganization pursuant to the rules of the Indiana Republican State Committee.  All precinct committee persons and vice-committee persons are eligible...
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County Council Amends 2013 Salary Ord. for New Probation Officer

February 14, 2013
County Council Amends 2013 Salary Ord. for New Probation Officer

  02/15/13 The Marshall County Council approved the request of Auditor Lukenbill to amend the 2013 Salary ordinance to create a pay-scale for a brand-new probation officer.  Lukenbill said it’s been quite some time since there have been new hire employees who have a lower pay.  The probation officer being replaced was making $22.22...
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Police and Fire Monthly Reports

February 14, 2013
Police and Fire Monthly Reports

  02/15/13 Plymouth City department heads presented their monthly reports to Board of Public Works and Safety members during this week’s meeting. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller’s report shows this department responded to 177 alarms during January.  135 calls were for EMS and 16 medical assists requests.  9 times last month fire and or...
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