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Ribbon Cutting at Love’s

April 5, 2016
Ribbon Cutting at Love’s

Tuesday morning Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter cut the ribbon officially opening the Love’s Travel Stop on US 30 at Pioneer Drive. Love’s offers 24 hour service in a 10,000 square-foot facility that includes a Hardee’s Restaurant, Truck Tire Care Center and Convenience store with 62 employees. The new travel stop opened on March 10th...
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“Li’l Abner” at Argos High School

April 5, 2016
“Li’l Abner” at Argos High School

Argos High School proudly presents the musical comedy “Li’l Abner” this Friday and Saturday, April 8th and 9th in the Argos High School Auditorium.  Showtime is 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7:00.  General admission tickets are $6.00 and are available in the high school main office during school hours and available at the door....
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WALORSKI ENDORSED BY SUSAN B. ANTHONY LIST

April 5, 2016
WALORSKI ENDORSED BY SUSAN B. ANTHONY LIST

Tuesday, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) received the endorsement of Susan B. Anthony List at an event at Elkhart’s RETA Life Center yesterday with pro-life leaders from across the district and state of Indiana. Susan B. Anthony List’s Vice President for Government Affairs, former U.S. Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave, who joined Walorski for several events today,...
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Bourbon Library Hosts Cole Porter Bicentennial Event on Friday

April 5, 2016
Bourbon Library Hosts Cole Porter Bicentennial Event on Friday

The Bourbon Public Library at 307 North Main Street will host a lunchtime multimedia presentation on the stories behind Cole Porter at noon this Friday. This year, in celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial, Encore Performing Arts is partnering with Marshall County libraries and the Marshall County Museum to remember the historic works of Indiana composer, Cole Porter....
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Warrant Service, Jake Haynes Arrested for Meth Lab

April 5, 2016
Warrant Service, Jake Haynes Arrested for Meth Lab

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department served a search warrant at 9200 State Road 17 this morning just before 9. The search warrant issued Monday night was for an alleged methamphetamine manufacturing operating at the property. Marshall County Police Officer, Les McFarland is the lead investigator and confirmed the arrest of 54 year old Jake...
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Plymouth Library Celebrates National Library Week

April 5, 2016
Plymouth Library Celebrates National Library Week

In celebration of National Library Week April 10th through 16th the Plymouth Public Library will accept metal cans of food for fines in the amount of one can for each dollar in fines.  No glass, plastic, paper or expired items will be accepted with all food going to the Food Pantry of Marshall County. ...
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Park Board Moves Forward with Tennis Court Project

April 5, 2016
Park Board Moves Forward with Tennis Court Project

The new tennis court project in Centennial Park is moving forward following Monday night’s Plymouth Park Board meeting. Bids were opened last month from two companies; Ziolkowski Construction and Michiana Contracting. A base bid of $1,799.200 from Michiana was the low bid while Ziolkowski bid $1,923,500.  These base bids did include the four small...
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Commissioner Overmyer Selected for AIC Committee on Road Funding

April 4, 2016
Commissioner Overmyer Selected for AIC Committee on Road Funding

Last week the Association of Indiana Counties invited Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer to participate in an internal committee to discuss and form policy positions on road funding and its administration.   Ryan Hoff,Director of Government Relations and General Counsel said, “This committee will help provide policy guidance and support to the Association of...
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4 from Fort Wayne Arrested for Counterfeiting

April 4, 2016
4 from Fort Wayne Arrested for Counterfeiting

A traffic stop Sunday morning April 3 by a Plymouth Police led to the arrest of five teens from Fort Wayne and a 17 year old juvenile being detained in a juvenile detention center.   About 1:20 in the morning a vehicle was stopped on U.S. 30 near Oak Drive.   The driver, 18 year...
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1st Quarter County Building Permits

April 4, 2016
1st Quarter County Building Permits

January was a very busy month for the Marshall County Building Inspector Chuck DeWitt.  Due to the better weather conditions 17 footings and 10 foundations were poured and 14 final inspections for completed on jobs finishing up.  February’s weather was not so conducive to outside work and only 10 footing and 2 foundations were...
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