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Donnelly Announces He Will Support Proposed Iran Nuclear Agreement

August 19, 2015
Donnelly Announces He Will Support Proposed Iran Nuclear Agreement

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, announced he will support the proposed Iran nuclear agreement and released the following statement. Donnelly said, “A nuclear-armed Iran would pose an unacceptable threat to the security of the United States and our allies. Only one thing can truly guarantee Iran never...
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Bremen Arrests from Monday

August 19, 2015
Bremen Arrests from Monday

On Monday August 17, at 4:04 p.m. Bremen Police Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of West North Street in Bremen on a report of a property damage accident in which one party left the scene. During the investigation officers located the suspect vehicle in the 500 block of South Whitlock Street in Bremen and...
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Property Damage Accident on US 31 South of Plymouth at Railroad

August 19, 2015
Property Damage Accident on US 31 South of Plymouth at Railroad


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County Council Begins Process to Cut 2016 Budget by $1 Million

August 19, 2015
County Council Begins Process to Cut 2016 Budget by $1 Million

The Marshall County Council spent an entire day reviewing the 2015 budget requests and started the job of paring it down by one million dollars. The County Commissioners didn’t have any recommendations to the council this year at the start of the budget hearing process although they stepped up to the plate and helped...
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Exciting Turnout for Residence Hall Blessing Ceremony

August 19, 2015
Exciting Turnout for Residence Hall Blessing Ceremony

Rain did not turn away a group of nearly 200 gathered on County Road 9B for the new residence hall open house at Ancilla College Tuesday. Dignitaries mingled with students, faculty, staff and members of Ancilla’s board of trustees and offered support for the private, two-year college. Sr. Judith Diltz, of the Poor Handmaids of...
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Parade of Lights for Sheriff Chamberlin

August 18, 2015
Parade of Lights for Sheriff Chamberlin

Tuesday evening at 8 police officers from Marshall County and the Plymouth Police Department gathered way north of Plymouth on Michigan Road to conduct a “parade of lights.” As the police vehicles headed south on Michigan Road just before getting to 7th Road they turned on their lights, turned west on to 7th Road...
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Bridge Report Indicates 20 Bridges Need Major Work in the Next 10 Years

August 18, 2015
Bridge Report Indicates 20 Bridges Need Major Work in the Next 10 Years

The Marshall County Commissioners learned this week they have twenty bridges that need to be replaced or rehabilitated in the next 10 years. Phil Beer from USI told the commissioners, “Your bridges are in pretty good shape, but your funding is not.”  In a handout he listed the bridges and the recommended repairs after...
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Milliser Arrested for OWI & Recklessness with a Firearm

August 18, 2015
Milliser Arrested for OWI & Recklessness with a Firearm

Saturday afternoon officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to the area of Upas and 10B Road where a suspicious male subject was suspected of drinking, shooting road signs with a gun and doing burn-outs with his truck.  Officers Rans, Giordano and Wozniak responded and located 58 year old Mark A. Milliser...
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PHS Boys Tennis Pizza Hut Fundraiser August 24th

August 18, 2015
PHS Boys Tennis Pizza Hut Fundraiser August 24th

The Plymouth High School Boys Tennis Team will host a Pizza Hut fundraiser on Monday, August 24th from 5 until 8 p.m. Pizza Hut will have their famous pizza buffet up with a variety of pizzas, pasta, bread sticks and dessert pizza and you can enjoy the fresh salads and veggies on the salad...
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4 Giant Blueberries to be Unveiled September 2nd

August 18, 2015
4 Giant Blueberries to be Unveiled September 2nd

A Bunch of Blueberries in Marshall County announced the revealing of four more giant blueberries sculptures next month. Shelley Heiden said, “We have four blueberries to reveal, and we will do that on Wednesday, September 2nd.”  The blueberries will be placed at the Plymouth Airport, on East Jefferson Street at Gibson Insurance, in River Park...
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