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County Council to Consider Requests for Additionals at Monday’s Meeting

October 9, 2011
County Council to Consider Requests for Additionals at Monday’s Meeting

10/10/11 Requests for additional appropriations are on the agenda Monday’s Marshall County Council Meeting. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin will be seeking a General Fund additional for the purchase of three new squad cars for his department.  Last week he told the County Commissioners that 4 or 5 2011 Crown Victoria Police Cars have been located...
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Red Cross Office WILL Stay Open in Marshall County

October 7, 2011
Red Cross Office WILL Stay Open in Marshall County

10/10/11 The Marshall County American Red Cross office in Plymouth has no plans to close their doors. The Marshall County Chapter also servesFultonCounty. Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter appeared before thePlymouthParkand Recreation Board this week requesting the use ofWebsterCenteras an emergency shelter. During the meeting, Senter said, “In 2012, the (Red Cross) office inPlymouthwill be...
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Stutzman Arrested on 2 Felony Warrants

October 7, 2011
Stutzman Arrested on 2 Felony Warrants

10/10/11 Lt. Detective Duane Culp with the Marshall County Sheriff Department and officers from the U. S. Marshal’s office arrested Timothy A. Stutzman after a month long investigation. 48 year old Timothy A. Stutzman was arrested Friday morning about 9 a.m.  in the 20,000 block of 12th Road on two Felony Warrants out of...
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State Sen. Mishler: Interns Wanted

October 7, 2011
State Sen. Mishler: Interns Wanted

10/10/11 College upperclassmen and recent graduates can set their resumes apart by gaining Statehouse experiences offered through internships with the Indiana Senate Republicans, said State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen).   Mishler said applications for the full-time, spring semester, Senate internships — including legislative and communications opportunities — are available online at www.senaterepublicans.in.gov/internship.htm.  A resume, two...
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Lincoln Highway designated a State Byway

October 7, 2011
Lincoln Highway designated a State Byway

10/10/11 Within a month of the Michigan Road being designated a state byway, an order designating the Lincoln Highway as a byway across Indiana was signed by Lt. Governor Skillman on October 3rd.  The designation comes after more than four years of planning by the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association which culminated in a presentation...
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Hill New Executive Director of Neighborhood Centere

October 7, 2011
Hill New Executive Director of Neighborhood Centere

/10/11 After a summer of transition, The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is pleased to announce the hire of Sara Hill as its new Executive Director. Hill joined MCNC in April 2010 as a Case Manager and was responsible for building a program that advocates for families in need. Case management is new and exciting...
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Menominee 2nd Graders Learn About Amish

October 7, 2011
Menominee 2nd Graders Learn About Amish

10/10/11 The 78 students of Menominee Elementary 2nd grade teachers Kathy Hunt, Allison Menser and Becky Roth headed to Amish Acres in Nappanee on October 6. Visiting Amish Acres is the traditional field trip that is designed to acquaint the children with how other cultures live day-to–day as well as see what life might...
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New Stop Signs on Discovery Lane

October 7, 2011
New Stop Signs on Discovery Lane

10/10/11  Two additional stop signs were put in place at the east entrance to Menominee Elementary School on Thursday morning. There was one existing sign on the school property. The two newly installed signs are onDiscovery Lane directly across from the entrance. The matter was first brought up during a recent meeting of the...
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Hoosiers Eligible for an Additional Six Weeks of Unemployment Insurance

October 7, 2011
Hoosiers Eligible for an Additional Six Weeks of Unemployment Insurance

10/10/11 Beginning Sunday, October 16, unemployed Hoosiers can file for an additional six weeks of unemployment insurance benefits, also known as tier four. The state is eligible for the fourth tier of federally funded extended benefits because Indiana’s three-month average unemployment rate is 8.5 percent. The additional six weeks of benefits allows unemployment insurance...
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Theft of Watch at Rock – On 109

October 6, 2011
Theft of Watch at Rock – On 109

10/07/11  On Wednesday October 5th at around 5:13pm, Plymouth Police Officer Cleveland responded to Rock – On 109, located at 109 North Michigan Street in reference to a theft of a watch.  The male suspect was identified as Eddie Smith 60, of Plymouth.  He was caught a short time later and the watch recovered...
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