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Local School Board Election Results

November 5, 2014
Local School Board Election Results

Most voters in Marshall County had the opportunity to vote for their local school board members on Tuesday during the General Election. Just like the county, state, and federal elections, there weren’t too many races. In Bremen there was a race for District 1 – in town between Sheila Kelty and Maria Mikel. Mikel...
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Balanced Calendar for 2015-16 School Year in Plymouth

November 5, 2014
Balanced Calendar for 2015-16 School Year in Plymouth

The Plymouth School Board gave the go-a-head for school administrators to proceed with introducing a balanced calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. Specific details of how the calendar will look will not be brought back to the Board until February, 2015, however. Director of Quality Programs, Michele Riise, presented an overview of what a...
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18 year old Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Property Damage Accident

November 5, 2014
18 year old Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Property Damage Accident

At 18 year old Plymouth teen was arrested Monday evening for leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Just before 6 p.m. person reported that his vehicle had been struck in the Taco Bell parking lot and the suspect left the scene. A witness was able to provide a description and partial license...
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Law Enforcement Adding Patrols During Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

November 4, 2014
Law Enforcement Adding Patrols During Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

As families take to the roads this holiday season, law enforcement is reminding drivers extra patrols will be cracking down on impaired driving and seat belt violations to increase safety on the state’s streets and highways. “Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel periods of the year,” said Patrolman. Matt Geiger from the Bourbon...
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County Voters Help to Elect Republicans to State Seats

November 4, 2014
County Voters Help to Elect Republicans to State Seats

Marshall County voters had a few state positions to vote for where their votes could make a difference. In Marshall County, Republican Connie Lawson took over 68% of the votes while Democrat Elizabeth White received 28% and Libertarian Karl Tatgenhorst received 3%. In the race for State Auditor, Republican Susan Crouch received 6405 votes...
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Neuter Scooter Helps with Cat Over Population

November 4, 2014
Neuter Scooter Helps with Cat Over Population

The Neuter Scooter made its first visit in a long time to Marshall County Tuesday thanks to the generosity of the Plymouth Park Department for the free use of the Webster Rec. Center and to Nancy Cox from the Marshall County Humane Society for getting the ball rolling and making all the arrangements. Well...
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Marshall County Vote Results for Local Seats

November 4, 2014
Marshall County Vote Results for Local Seats

Hoosiers across the state went to the polls Tuesday to do their civic duty and vote. In Marshall County nearly 32 percent of the 29,583 registered voters went to one of the 30 precincts and voted even though there were very few local races. Most of the Republican candidates didn’t have a challenger. Those...
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Heartland Christmas Tree Raffle

November 4, 2014
Heartland Christmas Tree Raffle

A holiday tradition started by Laura and Kerri Bash continues with the Heartland Artists Gallery. The annual Christmas Tree Auction is in its fourth year. This is a fundraising event for the Heartland Artist Gallery in downtown Plymouth. A beautiful fully decorated Christmas tree is up for raffle. This isn’t your regular tree, the...
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No Fire Found from Concerned Call

November 4, 2014
No Fire Found from Concerned Call

Plymouth firefighters were dispatched to 1203 North Michigan Street about 4:15 Monday afternoon for a possible structure fire. A concerned citizen call in the fire stating there was smoke coming from the windows of the home. When emergency responders arrived on the scene they found that the homeowner had just built a fire in...
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Tickets Available for M.C. Church Orchestra Concert & Dessert Holiday Show

November 4, 2014
Tickets Available for M.C. Church Orchestra Concert & Dessert Holiday Show

Members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra under the direction of Don Harness are putting the final touches on the music for their annual Concert & Dessert holiday presentation. The concert and dessert is held each year at Christos’ Banquet Center. The MCCO will again partner with LifePlex Dance Academy and the combined groups...
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