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Update on Lawsuits of Former County Department Heads

August 2, 2015
Update on Lawsuits of Former County Department Heads

Court proceedings for two cases in Marshall County concerning theft are slowly making their way through the courts. Neal Haeck, who was the director of the Marshall County Highway Department, is facing an indictment for theft through a grand jury in 2012 and 2013. According to court records, Haeck “did knowingly or internationally exert...
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County Council to Conduct Public Hearing on Tax Abatement Request

July 31, 2015
County Council to Conduct Public Hearing on Tax Abatement Request

The Marshall County Council will conduct a special evening meeting on Monday to conduct a public hearing on a request for a tax abatement. Faulkner Fabricating Inc, at 4050 Lincoln Highway in Bourbon is seeking a tax abatement on real property and personal property improvements. A statement of benefits is on file in the...
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IN Senator Head Indiana is Fiscally Sound

July 31, 2015
IN Senator Head Indiana is Fiscally Sound

Indiana ended the fiscal year on June 30 with a $210 million budget surplus, contributing to our $2.14 billion in reserves — the second-highest reserve level in state history. During this past fiscal year, the General Assembly successfully funded top priorities, including education and infrastructure, while living within our means. By holding the line on...
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AUGUST 1-7 DECLARED BREASTFEEDING WEEK IN INDIANA

July 31, 2015
AUGUST 1-7 DECLARED BREASTFEEDING WEEK IN INDIANA

Saturday begins World Breastfeeding Week, a global initiative to raise awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding and celebrate the efforts of all who embrace breastfeeding as the cultural norm. In conjunction with the worldwide celebration, Governor Pence has declared August 1-7 as Breastfeeding Week in Indiana. “Breast milk provides infants with the ultimate nutrition,”...
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Rockie Football Auction Big Ticket Items

July 30, 2015
Rockie Football Auction  Big Ticket Items

Big Ticket Items     2015    Rockie  Football  Auction Oliver Ford Mexican Trip   $1,500 Colts Football signed by Andrew Luck Colts/Bears 4-preseason tickets August 22 in Indy   7:30 start WTCA 1-month advertising package (new-Opinion Show-commercial) $460 Culver Marina rental of 2 paddle boards for 1 day  $180 Teeth Whitening from Dr. Chad Shaw $250 Coke for...
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Bean Snapping Party At Miller’s

July 30, 2015
Bean Snapping Party At Miller’s

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living are able to plan a special meal once a month.  They make suggestions for the menu, date, and time of day for the meal at their monthly Resident Planning Meeting.  For the month of July they chose Prime Rib as their main course.  The remainder of the meal included...
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Lighthouse Autism Center opens in Plymouth, August 2015!

July 30, 2015
Lighthouse Autism Center opens in Plymouth, August 2015!

Starting in August, Lighthouse will begin to offer therapy services to Plymouth and the surrounding communities.  The center will be located in Plymouth and will be home to the newest – and fourth – Lighthouse Autism Center. With this location they’ll be able to provide much-needed ABA therapy to families in the area communities....
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New Teachers at Triton High School

July 30, 2015
New Teachers at Triton High School

The new teachers at Triton School Corporation spent Thursday, July 30th at an induction and training program to prepare them for their new assignments. All of the new teachers will be at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School, they include: Colleen Perrin- Spanish Ashli Faulkner – Social Studies Liska Shilling – Guidance Counselor Cindy Stichter- Math...
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Bremen Woman Arrested After Leaving Children in Hot Car

July 30, 2015
Bremen Woman Arrested After Leaving Children in Hot Car

Plymouth Police arrested a Bremen woman after 2 juvenile children were left unattended in a vehicle at the Pilgrim Place Shopping Center. Police were called when a concerned citizen noticed a little boy crawling out of the sunroof of the hot car to escape the heat.  A little girl was strapped into a car...
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Plymouth Community School Corporation Food Services for 2015-2016

July 30, 2015
Plymouth Community School Corporation Food Services for 2015-2016

Gloria Burnam, Food Director for the Plymouth schools announce this year’s costs. The costs of student school meals in the Plymouth Community School Corporation will remain the same as last year.  Breakfast is offered daily for $1.10 for all students.  Lunch prices are $1.85 for students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade and $1.95...
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