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Webster 2nd Graders Present to Plymouth School Board

April 13, 2016
Webster 2nd Graders Present to Plymouth School Board

Three second graders from Webster Elementary shared their knowledge of historical figures with the Plymouth School Board on April 12. Each one dressed the part and read their notes from the research they had done as a project. Payge Houston, Dolan Berkeypile, and Pamela Berg gave an overview of their chosen person from the...
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April Mobile Food Pantries in Marshall & Starke Counties

April 13, 2016
April Mobile Food Pantries in Marshall & Starke Counties

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana offers a mobile food pantry once a month in Marshall and Starke counties.   Fresh perishable items such as dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free of charge to northern Indiana residents. The Food Bank sets up tables where people can “shop” and select...
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School Board Approves Tennis Court Funding

April 13, 2016
School Board Approves Tennis Court Funding

The Plymouth School Board voted 4-0 during their meeting on April 12 to amend a contract and addendum with the Plymouth Park Department along with a resolution to provide additional support for tennis facilities. Board member Melissa Christensen was absent from the meeting. According to Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, the school corporation had pledged $250,000...
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Bremen Public Library to host Candidates’ Night

April 13, 2016
Bremen Public Library to host Candidates’ Night

Three local candidates are running for the Indiana State Representative, District 17 seat:  Michelle Livinghouse (D), Jesse Bohannon (R) and Jack Jordan (R).   With the May 3 Indiana Primary fast approaching, Bremen Public Library is hosting a Candidates’ Night tonight, Wednesday, April 13. Those in attendance will have the chance to meet the candidates, ask...
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Property Tax Bills Being Mailed Out

April 12, 2016
Property Tax Bills Being Mailed Out

According to Marshall County Treasurer Penny Lukenbill, the 2015 payable 2016 tax bills are being mailed this week, with the first installment due Tuesday, May 10.  In addition to paying in person or by mail, there are several payment options available to taxpayers.  TCU branches and iAB Financial Bank in Bourbon will collect payments...
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Manufacturer Locating in Marshall County, Adding Nearly 200 Hoosier Jobs

April 12, 2016
Manufacturer Locating in Marshall County, Adding Nearly 200 Hoosier Jobs

Indiana Composites, a manufacturer of fiberglass components for the marine, RV and specialty vehicle markets, announced plans Tuesday to establish operations in Bourbon, creating up to 198 new jobs by 2019. “When you think of RVs, you think of northern Indiana – the RV Capital of the World,” said Jim Schellinger, president of the...
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Indiana Conservation Officers investigate death on Lake Maxinkuckee

April 12, 2016
Indiana Conservation Officers investigate death on Lake Maxinkuckee

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the death of a fisherman found unresponsive in the water on Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver.  Marshall County Dispatch received a 911 call about a man overboard at approximately 12:30 p.m. Tuesday April 12th.  A construction worker on shore made the 911 call after observing the man overboard. The fisherman, Richard Corl,...
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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Community Information Nights

April 12, 2016
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Community Information Nights

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is inviting the Marshall County Community to attend one or all four Community Information Nights at the Sheriff’s Department, 1400 Pioneer Drive in Plymouth.   Each informational session will last about 90 minutes. The first session on Thursday, May 5th will feature the History of the Sheriff’s Office and Administrative...
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Relay For Life of Culver has Olympic theme

April 12, 2016
Relay For Life of Culver has Olympic theme

The 2016 Olympic Games will be celebrated when the ninth annual Relay For Life of Culver kicks off on Friday, April 15. There is still time to register or donate. Relay, which benefits the American Cancer Society, will be held in the Culver Academies Multipurpose Building from 6 p.m., Friday, April 15, through 6 a.m., Saturday, April 16....
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Junior Achievement and 1st Source Bank to announce $8,000 contribution and matching campaign

April 12, 2016
Junior Achievement and 1st Source Bank to announce $8,000 contribution and matching campaign

1st Source Bank will present an $8,000 contribution to Junior Achievement (JA) on April 13 at 2:45 p.m. at Lincoln Jr. High School. The bank will also announce a matching campaign in which it will donate $1 to JA for every $2 contributed up to $75,000 in both 2016 and 2017. The funds will be allocated...
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