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Lamb Arrested for Driving While Suspended Again

February 15, 2014
Lamb Arrested for Driving While Suspended Again

  02/17/14  On Thursday, February 13th at approximately 4:22 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite was traveling northbound on Michigan Street when she observed a vehicle with male whom she knew from past experience had a suspended driver’s license.  Officer Hite had dispatch run, 38 year old Travis E. Lamb of Plymouth.   The requested...
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County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting

February 15, 2014
County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting

  02/17/14 The Marshall County Drainage Board and County Commissioners will meet Monday morning beginning at 8:35 a.m. Agenda for the Drainage Board meeting includes the memorandum of understanding with INDOT for the Logan Drain installation, 2014 Maintenance Assessment collections and signing of contracts for the Balsley Arm of the J. Ballinger-Myers Ditch and...
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Oliver Ford Continues Long-Standing Partnership

February 15, 2014
Oliver Ford Continues Long-Standing Partnership

  02/17/14 A decades-long partnership between Plymouth Speedway and Oliver Ford continues into the 2014 season. Oliver Ford in Plymouth offers great customer service and an assortment of new and pre-owned cars on the lot. Oliver Ford has been family owned and operated since 1955 and a great supporter of the Plymouth community. John...
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Indiana students to get free help in filing for financial aid at College Goal Sunday

February 14, 2014
Indiana students to get free help in filing for financial aid at College Goal Sunday

  02/17/14 Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at Plymouth High School and 38 other Indiana sites to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday, set for 2 p.m. (local time), February 23, 2014.   The free program is designed to assist Indiana students seeking...
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TSC Fundraising

February 14, 2014

             02/17/14  Last year Tractor Supply Company (TSC) launched Growing Scholars, its scholarship program that raised 284 scholarships nationwide for FFA members.  During FFA Week, our local Tractor Supply will again be raising funds for scholarships.  From February  14 to the February  23,Tractor Supply  customers may give $1 or more at the checkout...
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Coats, Air Force Academy to Host “Academy Day” in Indianapolis

February 14, 2014
Coats, Air Force Academy to Host “Academy Day” in Indianapolis

  02/17/14 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Friday announced an upcoming “Academy Day” session in central Indiana to provide interested students with the opportunity to learn more about applying to one of the U.S. Service Academies. The informational session, jointly hosted by Coats and United States Air Force Academy Admissions, will take place on Saturday,...
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City Council Opposes HB 1001 & SB 1

February 13, 2014
City Council Opposes HB 1001 & SB 1

    02/14/14 The governor’s idea of eliminating personal property tax on business is not faring well with cities, towns, and county governments.  Senate Bill 1 and House Bill 1001 eliminate the tax and the result would be a boost to the economic condition in the state. During Monday’s Common Council meeting City Attorney...
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Cost for Piping Overage for River Park Square Split 3-ways

February 13, 2014
Cost for Piping Overage for River Park Square Split 3-ways

  02/14/14 After months of discussion and negotiating a compromise has been reached on the additional cost of piping for the interactive fountain in River Park Square.  Wednesday evening members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission met with representatives of head contractor, Michiana Contracting and designer, The Troyer Group.  In July Mike Reese with the...
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January Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

February 13, 2014
January Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

02/14/14 Operating While Intoxicated was the number one reason people were lodged in the Marshall County Jail in January.  Marshall County Sheriff, Tom Chamberlin released his monthly report of the Top Ten Offenses.  Continuing down the list you’ll find Failure to Appear, Marijuana, Theft, Operator Never Licensed and Probation Violations.  Other reasons included Domestic...
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County Highway Department Overtime Budgets in Red due to Snowplowing

February 13, 2014
County Highway Department Overtime Budgets in Red due to Snowplowing

  02/14/14  The cost of snow removal has hit the Marshall County Highway Department hard. During Monday’s County Council meeting, Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck said his employees have been “over worked and stressed.”  He explained that plow drivers have been out almost every day for the last month taking care of snow on county...
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