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LifePlex Dance Academy Dancers to Join Church Orchestra for Summer Concert

July 16, 2013
LifePlex Dance Academy Dancers to Join Church Orchestra for Summer Concert

07/17/13 LifePlex Dance Academy dance director Mewsette Cartwright is pleased to announce the participation of the LDA dancers in the “Celebrate the Seasons” summer concert.  “Celebrate the Seasons” is a concert produced by the Marshall County Church Orchestra under the direction of orchestra leader Don Harness. The LDA has collaborated with the MCCO in...
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Homeless Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

July 15, 2013
Homeless Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

    07/16/13 On Friday, July 12th at approximately 6:20 p.m. Marshall County police units were advised of a hit and run accident that had occurred on US 30 near Oak Drive.  The suspect vehicle had continued east on US 30 and Officer Jordan Rans was able to locate the vehicle and made a...
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Extremely Hot and Humid Conditions through Friday with Heat Index Near 100

July 15, 2013
Extremely Hot and Humid Conditions through Friday with Heat Index Near 100

  07/16/13 The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency says it’s going to be …Hot! Hot! Hot! The heat wave will begin today as high temperatures rise into the low 90′s. Temperatures and dew points will increase throughout the week which will give heat index values near or above 100 degrees Tuesday through Friday. Heat...
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Plymouth Man Charged wtih Possession & Distribution of Child Porn

July 15, 2013
Plymouth Man Charged wtih Possession & Distribution of Child Porn

  07/16/13  Sixty-six year old Lawrence Tinsman of Plymouth was in Federal Court on Friday for charges of possession and distribution of child pornography. An Indiana State Police detective uncovered a user sharing photographs on an internet software sharing file.  Twenty-six of the images were determined to be child pornography.   The detective traced the...
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Discovering Your Local Laws: Part 3 Grass & Weeds

July 15, 2013
Discovering Your Local Laws:  Part 3 Grass & Weeds

  07/16/13 As a public service to the residents of Plymouth, Mayor Mark Senter is bringing forth laws on the city books that folks should know about.  Today he is discussing grass and weeds.  Senter said, “As mayor, I often get calls at the office about unmowed yards throughout the City.  They are often...
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Drainage Board Opens Bids on Logan Drain Project

July 15, 2013
Drainage Board Opens Bids on Logan Drain Project

    07/16/13 Monday morning County Surveyor Larry Fisher opened bids for the Logan Storm Drain during the County Drainage Board meeting.  Three companies submitted sealed bids for the project that will include installation of approximately 3500 feet of storm sewer main, a jack ad bore of pipe under State Road 17 and on...
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Canned Food Drive Tuesday at the Marshall County 4-H Fair

July 15, 2013
Canned Food Drive Tuesday at the Marshall County 4-H Fair

  07/16/13  The 2013 Marshall County 4-H Fair is in full swing with events happening throughout the day for you and your family to enjoy.  Tuesday, July 16th starts with the All Day Antique Tractor Show .  Kicking today’s activities is the Dairy Goat Show at 8:30 AM in the arena following immediately after...
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Potawatomi Park Hosts Cub Scout Day Camp

July 15, 2013
Potawatomi Park Hosts Cub Scout Day Camp

  07/16/13 Michael Stephan, Executive Director of Potawatomi Wildlife Park was excited to have the Cub Scouts use the park this summer.  Once again Potawatomi Wildlife Park was the host site for the annual Marshall County Cub Scout Day-Camp held this summer. Cub Scouts from packs throughout Marshall County enjoyed the pirate themed 2-day...
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Bake-A-Rama & Ice Cream Crank Off at 4-H Fair

July 15, 2013
Bake-A-Rama & Ice Cream Crank Off at 4-H Fair

  07/16/13  The Marshall County 2013 4-H Fair will host their Annual Bake-A-Rama on Thursday, July 18th.  This contest is open to Marshall County residents.  This year each entry must contain pineapple whether it be fresh, dried, canned but not home canned or preserves.  No mixes or pre-made crusts will be permitted in the...
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Plymouth Man Pulled from Lake Maxinkuckee Pronounced Dead

July 14, 2013
Plymouth Man Pulled from Lake Maxinkuckee Pronounced Dead

  07/15/13 Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a possible drowning at Lake Maxinkuckee near Culver, which occurred on Sunday, July 14th  at approximately 7:30 p.m. Valentin Sirghi, 22, of Plymouth was swimming at the Culver Beach when friends noticed him missing. Sirghi’s body was recovered at approximately 8:00 p.m. and CPR was immediately started....
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