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M.C. Blazin’ BBQ and Bluegrass Competition this Weekend

September 15, 2015
M.C. Blazin’ BBQ and Bluegrass Competition this Weekend

Summer may be winding down but there is still plenty of great weather left so make plans today to attend the 3rd annual Marshall County Blazin’ BBQ and Bluegrass Cook-off Contest.   The fun begins this Friday evening September 18th from 5 until 9 p.m. and continues on Saturday from 10 until 4. Dozens of...
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Jail Activity Report for August

September 15, 2015
Jail Activity Report for August

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department recently released the August Activity Report. There were a total of 173 people booked into the Jail last month, 103 males were booked in from the various police agencies in the county and 48 were women.  The remaining 22 individuals were committed to through the courts.  The average daily...
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INSPIRE Classes at Culver Library

September 15, 2015
INSPIRE Classes at Culver Library

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is pleased to offer two INSPIRE classes this fall in conjunction with the People’s University of Marshall County. Come and learn how to navigate INSPIRE, Indiana’s virtual online library. The first class will meet on Saturday, September 19th at 10:30 AM in the large meeting room and will focus on...
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PHS Senior Designs New Billboard

September 15, 2015
PHS Senior Designs New Billboard

Senior Dixie Wilkinson, a student in the Plymouth High School’s Digital Design class, helped create a new billboard for the Plymouth Community School Corporation. Superintendent Dan Tyree chose Wilkinson’s design from a pool of student designs in Miss Faith Colling’s class. The billboard was scheduled to be installed September 14th, in Marshall County. Congratulations...
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Indiana Tax Amnesty 2015 Begins Today, Tuesday

September 15, 2015
Indiana Tax Amnesty 2015 Begins Today, Tuesday

The Indiana Department of Revenue today, Tuesday launched Tax Amnesty 2015, a limited-time opportunity for both individual and business taxpayers to pay past-due taxes free of penalty, interest and collection fees. The program runs through November 16, 2015. Existing tax liabilities for all tax types managed by the department, for periods ending prior to January...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

September 15, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

Second grade students from Miss Carly Biddle’s class are hard at work in the Triton Elementary Tech Spot. Students are engaged listing to the steps in the process of making their favorite meal. Through this exercise students continue to work on their word processing skills as well. The newest Project Lead the Way biomedical...
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Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids

September 15, 2015
Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for the demolition of four residential units that have been purchased by the city with FEMA money.   The projects include the homes at 320, 321 and 323 East LaPorte Street and 401 Cleveland Street. Four companies presented bids for the demo projects.  They bid...
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Akron Man Arrested for Meth Lab at Carriage Green

September 14, 2015
Akron Man Arrested for Meth Lab at Carriage Green

Last Thursday morning just before 5 Plymouth Police unites were dispatched to 1045 Ed Cook Boulevard for a suspicious man wearing a backpack.    Officer Chris Miller located a subject matching the description although he did not have a backpack.  Another officer located the backpack after observing him take it off.  City officers conducted...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

September 14, 2015
Arrests by Plymouth Police

Thursday night, just before 11 Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre pulled over a vehicle at Michigan and Skylane Drive.  During his investigation it was discovered that 27 year old Pawan Singh of Plymouth was driving without ever receiving a driver’s license.  He was arrested and transported to the Marshall County Jail. Just after midnight...
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M.C. Soil & Water Conservation District Participates in River Raft Expedition

September 14, 2015
M.C. Soil & Water Conservation District Participates in River Raft Expedition

Debbie Palmer, Assistant Administrator for the Marshall County Soil and Water District recently participated in a week long educational program.  She said, “Have you heard the expression ‘It won’t feel like work if you enjoy what you are doing?’  I have never related to that so completely until now.  For six days in September...
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