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Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Planning

December 26, 2015
Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Planning

Last week the Marshall County Commissioners approved the intergovernmental agreement between the county and the City of Plymouth for planning services. Ralph Booker, the Planning Director for Marshall County and has served the City of Plymouth for a year now with a joint agreement that allows Booker to handle city business during his work...
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Indiana Citizens Can Apply for Home Storm Shelters Funds

December 26, 2015
Indiana Citizens Can Apply for Home Storm Shelters Funds

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) has opened a program that will provide financial support to Indiana residents who wish to construct and install a severe weather safe room in their home. Funds for the program will be made available for up to 53 applicants. Those interested must complete an online application at http://bit.ly/1TijCt4. Applicants...
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Trains at Museum Host Special Wednesday Event

December 26, 2015
Trains at Museum Host Special Wednesday Event

The trains at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth will host a special event during Winter Break.  The train event will be on Wednesday, December 30 from 11 AM – 1 PM. This is a great chance to see the amazing train exhibit with the dazzling TOYLAND theme!  Kids can also enjoy the new 11-ft. Super Gigantic Keyboard Mat, just like...
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Donnelly Calls for Senate Aging Committee to Investigate Exploitation of Seniors on Social Media

December 26, 2015
Donnelly Calls for Senate Aging Committee to Investigate Exploitation of Seniors on Social Media

Following a report that nursing home workers across the country have posted embarrassing and degrading photos of seniors on social media networks, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly today called on the Senate Aging Committee to investigate the issue.  The ProPublica report found that since 2012 there have been approximately three-dozen cases around the country, including...
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Plymouth Man Flees, Drives into Residence, Tazed, Arrested

December 24, 2015
Plymouth Man Flees, Drives into Residence, Tazed, Arrested

Tuesday night, just before midnight, Plymouth Officer Ben McIntyre attempted to stop a vehicle at Michigan and Jefferson Street for a traffic violation. The driver, 35 year old Norberto Martinez of Plymouth fled from police east bound on Jefferson Street.  The pursuit continued through Inwood where Martinez drove over stop sticks that had been placed...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

December 24, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

Ms. Sadie Cline from Mrs. Phenix’s class has a one of a kind Christmas Sweater. Take a closer look! Her school spirit is shining through!   Second grade students from the classrooms of Samantha Phenix, Denise Voreis, and Carly Biddle traveled to downtown Bourbon to do some holiday caroling for the townspeople.  This annual...
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6th Annual Turkey Dinner Give-Away at Country Auto

December 24, 2015
6th Annual Turkey Dinner Give-Away at Country Auto

Country Auto Center on North Michigan Street in Plymouth recently announced the winner of their 6th Annual Turkey Dinner Give-A-Way winner.  Jennifer Martin, Principal Dealer congratulated David Ulrich as this year’s winner.
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LaVanway Sentenced to 35 years in Prison for Neglect of Daughter

December 23, 2015
LaVanway Sentenced to 35 years in Prison for Neglect of Daughter

Kristi LaVanway, 24, of Plymouth, was sentenced Wednesday, December 23, in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 35 years imprisonment for the Level 1 felony of Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death.  In open court, LaVanway admitted that on September 18, 2015, she neglected her injured daughter for almost three hours before seeking...
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Blueberry Festival Selling Papa John’s Pizza Cards for 2016 Fireworks Show

December 23, 2015
Blueberry Festival Selling Papa John’s Pizza Cards for 2016 Fireworks Show

Looking for a last minute Christmas gift idea or stocking stuffer?  The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is selling Papa John’s Pizza Cards for $10 each to raise money for this 2016 50th festival fireworks show. The fundraising cards are “buy one large, get one large free.”  This card can be used over and over...
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Walorski Introduces Legislation to Require VA facilities Participate in Statewide Drug Monitoring Program

December 23, 2015
Walorski Introduces Legislation to Require VA facilities Participate in Statewide Drug Monitoring Program

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the wake of recent abuses by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in overprescribing medication to veterans, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Veterans Affairs’ Committee, introduced legislation last week requiring all Veteran Administration Medical Centers (VAMCs) in Indiana and across the nation to participate in their...
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