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David Burnett Arrested for DWS with a Prior

June 21, 2016
David Burnett Arrested for DWS with a Prior

Marshall County Deputy Wozniak stopped a vehicle on US 31 in the area of 9A Road Tuesday morning about 12:30.  The driver, 60 year old David Edward Burnett of South Bend was found to be operating a vehicle on a suspended driver`s license with a prior charge. During the investigation it was also learned...
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Dog Park in Bremen to Open Thursday

June 21, 2016
Dog Park in Bremen to Open Thursday

  After much anticipation, Bremen’s newest amenity is set to open on June 23rd.  Located just off Woodies Lane, southeast of Jane’s Park, the new off-leash dog park is sure to draw crowds.  The park, which will be named “Karen’s Bark Park” in honor of Karen Graverson’s 34 years of service to the Town of...
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County Maintenance Department Needs $165,000 for Court House Elevators

June 21, 2016
County Maintenance Department Needs $165,000 for Court House Elevators

The Maintenance Department for Marshall County presented a request to the commissioner on Monday to make repairs and improvements to the two elevators in the Court House. Described as a “hodge-podge” both elevators are old and outdated and parts don’t exist to repair them any more. The county refurbishment the two elevators in the...
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Youth Attend IN Sheriff’s Leadership Camp

June 21, 2016
Youth Attend IN Sheriff’s Leadership Camp

  Tuesday the Marshall County Sheriffs’ Department sent 12 area youth off to the Indiana Sheriffs’ Leadership Camp held in Pine Village, Indiana in Warren County. Marshall County Deputies Ryan Hollopeter and Travis Oneal along with female jailers Alyssa Miller and Meg Wilcockson accompanied the youth to the leadership camp held this week June...
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WIC PARTICIPANTS ENCOURAGED TO USE FARMERS MARKETS VOUCHERS

June 21, 2016
WIC PARTICIPANTS ENCOURAGED TO USE FARMERS MARKETS VOUCHERS

    It’s that time of year, again. The weather is warmer and farmers markets are open. State health officials are reminding Women, Infants and Children (WIC) participants that they can purchase food at the local farmers markets. “Starting in 1992, the Farmers Market Nutrition Program has helped women and children have access to...
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County Enters Agreement with SJRMC for Acute Care and Health and Wellness

June 21, 2016
County Enters Agreement with SJRMC for Acute Care and Health and Wellness

    Loretta Schmidt, President of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Plymouth Campus appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday with a professional services agreement. The proposal will offer county employees and their dependents who have insurance through the county to acute care and a health and wellness program at the Health Center...
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Commissioners and Highway Disappointed in New Highway Funding

June 20, 2016
Commissioners and Highway Disappointed in New Highway Funding

  During Monday’s commissioners meeting, Laurie Baker from the Highway Department discussed the new funding from the state. 2017 budgets were due on Monday to the auditor and in the budget you must estimate the revenues as well as list the anticipated expenses. Baker said, “We have the new funding from the State of...
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Plymouth Street Projects Get Underway this Week

June 20, 2016
Plymouth Street Projects Get Underway this Week

Walsh and Kelly began work on the 2016 Street and Sidewalk program on Monday with concrete removal in Fairfield Court on the city’s west side and Memory Court near Plymouth High School. Replacement of the concrete is scheduled for Tuesday. Concrete removal will happen on Tuesday and Wednesday on Plum Street with replacement planned...
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May 2016 Unemployment Stats

June 20, 2016
May 2016 Unemployment Stats

Nearly 13,000 more Hoosiers found employment in May 2016 than the previous month while the number of unemployed dropped by more than 5,000. This positive ratio enabled Indiana’s labor force, a measure of Hoosiers employed or seeking employment, to continue its positive momentum and bring total labor force growth to more than 186,000 since...
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Cogswell of Plymouth Arrested for Auto Theft

June 20, 2016
Cogswell of Plymouth Arrested for Auto Theft

  A 22 year old Plymouth man is in the Marshall County Jail for Auto Theft and other charges after police say he stole a vehicle and then crashed it. Just after 5 a.m. Marshall County Police were dispatched to a one vehicle accident in the 13,000 block of Michigan Road. Police located Steven...
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