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Tyree Discusses Menominee Playground

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January 23, 2015
Tyree Discusses Menominee Playground

Plymouth Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree said he is excited about getting a playground started where children with disabilities can play along with their peers. It was announced on Tuesday of this week that the PTO at Menominee Elementary has purchased new playground equipment that includes at least four activities that can be accessed from...
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2003 Corvette Raffle to benefit the M.C. Neighborhood Center

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January 23, 2015
2003 Corvette Raffle to benefit the M.C. Neighborhood Center

Exciting News!! The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 50th Anniversary red Corvette coupe, six speed with a Z 06 engine to benefit the Center! This beautiful corvette only has 1,795 miles and has never been driven in the rain! Only 100 tickets are available for sale and...
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“Girls Who Code” Conduct 1st Meeting

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January 23, 2015
“Girls Who Code” Conduct 1st Meeting

“Girls Who Code” had its first club meeting at the Weidner School Of Inquiry on Wednesday, January 21.   This new club is open to girls in grades 6 through12 and is designed to teach girls how to build an app, design a video game and change the world through code. This national non-profit organization is...
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Triton 6th Graders Learn bout the Sun

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January 23, 2015
Triton 6th Graders Learn bout the Sun

All of the sixth grade students at Triton Elementary School put the final touches on their sun models. Students learned that the sun is in the Milky Way Galaxy, that it is considered a medium sized star and it has several layers.  The students had to identify and label the core, convective zone, radiative...
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Career Success Coalition Kicks-Off with Good Turnout

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January 23, 2015
Career Success Coalition Kicks-Off with Good Turnout

The Career Success Coalition’s (CSC) first meeting was well-attended by over 40 people from all over the county. The meeting took place at the Weidner School of Inquiry where many school administrators, organization members, business owners and entrepreneurs gathered to hear a presentation put together by Linda Yoder of the United Way of Marshall...
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Hartsell Arrested for OWI & Synthetic Marijuana

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January 22, 2015
Hartsell Arrested for OWI & Synthetic Marijuana

On Wednesday, January 21 about 5:40 p.m. the Marshall County 9-1-1 dispatch center advised the Bremen Police Department of a possible impaired driver who was northbound on State Road 331 from 7th Road, south of Bremen. At 5:45 p.m. Bremen Officers located and stopped the vehicle at State Road 331 and 2B Road. After an investigation by Bremen...
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County Drainage Board Awards Maintenance Projects

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January 22, 2015
County Drainage Board Awards Maintenance Projects

Tuesday morning the Marshall County Drainage Board awarded maintenance bids on three ditches. Maintenance work on the Bourbon Arm of the Metheny Ditch includes debrushing and cleaning approximately 4690 feet with the debris burned and buried.   Koontz and King was awarded the project with the low bid of $9,949. Langfeldt Excavating was awarded the...
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Annual Report of Activity for Plymouth Fire

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January 22, 2015
Annual Report of Activity for Plymouth Fire

The 2014 yearly report of activity for the Plymouth Fire Department showed a total of 2,173 alarm situations between fire and EMS. EMS responded to 1,684 medical incidents and did 126 medical assists. Plymouth fire was dispatched to a total of 27 structure fires last year, 7 smoke or odor problems, 8 outside rubbish...
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Commissioners Discuss Erosion Issue on Addison Street at Lake of the Woods

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January 22, 2015
Commissioners Discuss Erosion Issue on Addison Street at Lake of the Woods

An erosion issue on Addison Street at Lake of the Woods was brought to the attention of the Marshall County Commissioners during their meeting this week. Peter Peuquet, an adjacent property owner told the commissioners that a drainage culvert that feeds into the lake has severe erosion issues and that is causing erosion on...
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Ancilla College SGA Hosting American Red Cross Blood Drive

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January 22, 2015

DONALDSON – Ancilla’s Student Government Association (SGA) will host a blood drive through the American Red Cross on Tuesday, February 2nd. Student Government Assoc. Faculty Advisor, Jill Neidlinger, along with President Jacob Burgo and many student volunteers are preparing and organizing the event. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to come out...
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