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RICH PRODUCTS RECALL EXPANDED, PRODUCTS SOLD IN INDIANA

April 9, 2013
RICH PRODUCTS RECALL EXPANDED, PRODUCTS SOLD IN INDIANA

  04/10/13 Food items that were distributed in Indiana are being voluntarily recalled by Rich Products Corporation, following a multi-state outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli 0121(E. coli). Two cases have been reported in Indiana. Most of the recalled items, including mini frozen pizzas, mozzarella bites and mini quesadillas, among others, are under the...
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Grant Allows Trition to Purchase Triple Balance Scales

April 9, 2013
Grant Allows Trition to Purchase Triple Balance Scales

  04/10/13 The Triton Elementary School sixth grade students in Mrs. Watkins’s science class received four triple balance scales for measuring mass in Science. A Gottschalk grant was given for these items and the students have recently utilized these scales to measure mass. In their lab students first estimate the mass of various objects, then...
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St. Michael Athletic Association Annual Trivia Night

April 9, 2013
St. Michael Athletic Association Annual Trivia Night

    04/10/13 There are still a couple of tables left for the annual St. Michael Athletics Trivia Night this Saturday!  A Tail-gate Dinner served by Bruce’s Big Grill will be served from 6 to 7 p.m. and the trivia competition will begin at 7:00.  Cash prizes will be awarded.  Tickets are $25 per...
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Coats, Brooks Offices to Host “Academy Day”

April 9, 2013
Coats, Brooks Offices to Host “Academy Day”

  04/10/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) and Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-Ind.) Tuesday announced an upcoming “Academy Day” session in central Indiana to provide students the opportunity to learn more about applying to one of the U.S. Service Academies. The informational session will take place on Saturday, April 13 at 1 p.m. ET at the...
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Tome the Reading Gnome is Missing Again

April 9, 2013
Tome the Reading Gnome is Missing Again

  04/10/13  Plymouth Public Library would like to thank everyone for their help in locating Tome the Reading Gnome.  However, as Library staff were about to collect him from his hiding place, he slipped through their grasp and has now hidden in a NEW location! Librarians fear that he will continue to find new...
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Power Outage

April 9, 2013

2:09 p.m. Businesses and residence from Country Auto to the intersection of Baker and Michigan Street experienced a power outage Tuesday afternoon when a semi sideswiped a pole in the Auto Zone parking lot and drove off.  At this time NIPSCO is on scene and is expecting to have the power on in 15...
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Deputy Coroner and Coroner Help Save a Life

April 8, 2013
Deputy Coroner and Coroner Help Save a Life

  04/09/13 Marshall County Deputy Coroner Lisa Richards and County Coroner Bill Cleavenger helped save a man’s life Monday afternoon at a minor property damage accident at the intersection of North Michigan and Baker Streets in Plymouth. The pair was returning to Plymouth from an earlier fatal accident in Bremen, and stopped behind traffic...
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Coroner Investigates Death of Semi Driver

April 8, 2013
Coroner Investigates Death of Semi Driver

  04/09/13  The cause of death has not been determined on the semi driver that crashed on US 6 Monday morning.  51 year old Edward E. Heward of Romney, West Virginia was pronounced dead at the scene about 10:50 Monday morning by Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger.  Romney was driving a semi on US...
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Capps Receives Suspended Sentence in Plea Agreement

April 8, 2013
Capps Receives Suspended Sentence in Plea Agreement

  04/09/13  On Thursday, April 5th Judge Pro-Tem Walter Palmer in Marshall County Superior I Court handed down a sentence to 26 year old, Alisha C. Capps . Capps was arrested on January 29th by Indiana State Trooper Jason Faulstich after an investigation into a complaint of theft of a credit card by a...
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MCEDC Announces New Executive Director

April 8, 2013
MCEDC Announces New Executive Director

  04/09/13 The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce that is has hired Jay M. Bahr, MPA, as Executive Director effective April 15th.  Mr. Bahr most recently worked for the Ohio Department of Development as a Regional Workforce Director in their Toledo, Ohio office.  In this capacity he assisted 20 counties...
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