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Earth Day Knowledge Shared at Triton

May 5, 2014
Earth Day Knowledge Shared at Triton

Last week the Triton High School science group shared their knowledge about earth day with the sixth grade science students at Triton Elementary School.   Earth day posters were created and several are now on displayed in the high school. Pictured are from left to right Alison Brown, Hannah Jennings, and Isabelle Yazel.
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Indiana Medicaid to stop paying for early, elective childbirths

May 5, 2014
Indiana Medicaid to stop paying for early, elective childbirths

Indianapolis (May 5, 2014) – As part of an ongoing statewide effort to improve Indiana’s infant mortality rate as well as the overall health of newborns, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) Monday announced a new non-payment policy for early elective deliveries. The new policy means that starting July 1, 2014, Indiana...
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Commissioners to meet Monday

May 4, 2014
Commissioners to meet Monday

  The Marshall County Commissioners will meet (Monday; this) morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda includes Bart Trester from USI Consultants will discuss the 7th Road project and Ward Byers, Director of Court Services will present a software maintenance contract. It is a pretty short agenda...
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Groundbreaking for Metronet Project in Marshall County and Plymouth

May 4, 2014

Regional civic and business leaders gathered Friday at the Saint Joseph-Marshall County line to launch construction of the much needed high speed, high capacity broadband communications infrastructure linking Plymouth and South Bend.  Groundbreaking was marked with a ceremony at 1 p.m. Friday, May 2, at U.S. 31 and Tyler Road near Lakeville. The $2.5...
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Marshall County Tourism Celebrates National Tourism Week

May 4, 2014
Marshall County Tourism Celebrates National Tourism Week

The first full week of May is annually recognized as National Travel and Tourism Week, a tradition first celebrated in 1984, established by a Congressional joint resolution passed in 1983.  Celebrate National Tourism Week with Marshall County Tourism with fun event happenings nearly every day to educate, excite, and engage the community and visitors...
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Driver Ticketed after Roll-over Crash in Centennia Park

May 3, 2014
Driver Ticketed after Roll-over Crash in Centennia Park

05/03/14  On Thursday, May 1st at 6:14 P.M. Plymouth Police Officers and EMS were dispatched to a single vehicle roll-over accident in Centennial Park across from the tennis courts off Becknell Drive. As Officer Jeremy Enyart arrived at the scene he made contact with the driver, 23 year old Kristofer D. Newman of Plymouth...
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U.S. 31 Restrictions on South Side of South Bend Begin Monday

May 3, 2014
U.S. 31 Restrictions on South Side of South Bend Begin Monday

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces several changing traffic patterns beginning next week on the south side of South Bend, including lane restrictions, a road closure, and the opening of a new bridge and roadway. It is all part of the new U.S. 31 project, as crews work to tie-in the lanes of...
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Two News CASA Volunteers Sworn In

May 3, 2014
Two News CASA Volunteers Sworn In

Haley Kittrell, Executive Director of CASA of Marshall County was excited Friday to announce two new Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers that were sworn in at Circuit Court on May 2.    Chrissy Wright and Geri Carlson each completed 33 hours of required pre-service training from the National CASA curriculum.  This training includes:...
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Plymouth School Board Considers Contract for Learning Management System

May 3, 2014
Plymouth School Board Considers Contract for Learning Management System

The agenda for the May 6 Plymouth School Board meeting was released on Friday. The meetings are open to the public however, comments from the audience are limited to agenda items only. Among other items, the Board will consider entering into a four-year contract for a Learning Management System. Plymouth Schools Assistant Superintendent, Dan...
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United Way “Give and Golf” Cards Now Available

May 2, 2014
United Way “Give and Golf” Cards Now Available

It’s a good deal for golfers and for local residents too! United Way “Give and Golf” cards are now available and golfers can enjoy the links for less while supporting a good cause. For a $50 donation to United Way of Marshall County, the card entitles the golfer to play one round of golf...
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