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July 2014 Unemployment Report

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August 19, 2014
July 2014 Unemployment Report

The Hoosier State gained 9,900 private sector jobs in July, with gains largely concentrated in the manufacturing sector with 5,500 jobs. Indiana has added over 66,300 private sector jobs over the past year and 244,000 since July, 2009, the low point of employment in the state. Despite Indiana’s significant private sector gains, the unemployment...
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United Way to Kick-Off 2014 Campaign August 27

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August 19, 2014
United Way to Kick-Off 2014 Campaign August 27

It’s official….United Way of Marshall County says move over Fabulous Five…it’s time for the Sensational Seven. This year seven women have stepped up to lead the 2014 campaign as co-chairs. Susan Wagner, a retired teacher from Plymouth Community School Corporation, Ginny Munroe from Deadline Driven Publishing in Culver, Pam Mahler-Lee with Anythyme Herbs, Inc....
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TCU Sponsors Triton Reading Program

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August 19, 2014
TCU Sponsors Triton Reading Program

Beth Styers, representing Teachers Credit Union, presented a check to Amy Middaugh, President of the School Board for Triton School Corporation this week. The check will be used to purchase incentives for the reading program at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School. The program is entering its third year at Triton and has seen improvement in...
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Historical Society Awards Centennial Farms

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August 19, 2014
Historical Society Awards Centennial Farms

Last week the Marshall County Historical Society Centennial Farm Awards were presented by Don Balka, member of the historical society board. To be eligible for a Centennial Farm Award, the farm has to be owned by the same family for 100 years and submit pictures of the buildings on the property for approval. Glenn...
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Weekend Arrest Reports by City Officers

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August 19, 2014
Weekend Arrest Reports by City Officers

08/18/14  On Friday, August 15th at 10:20 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite received a complaint of a male subject running after another male subject that had stole an item from his property. As Officer Hite arrived at the end of Plum Street north of the tracks she located 55 year old Edward Hayes...
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Commissioners Approve Contract for Court Services for Additional Alcohol Monitoring

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August 18, 2014
Commissioners Approve Contract for Court Services for Additional Alcohol Monitoring

Ward Byers, head of Court Services for Marshall County appeared before the County Commissioners Monday with a contract and said, “I continue to strive forward and add some additional services that we can provide to the courts.” This new contract with B.I. Corporation will allow for an expansion of alcohol monitoring for offenders. Currently...
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Four Schools in District Nominated as Speak Up Loud and Clear Schools

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August 18, 2014
Four Schools in District Nominated as Speak Up Loud and Clear Schools

Congratulations to Plymouth High School, Lincoln Jr. High School, Riverside Intermediate, and Webster Elementary for being nominated as Speak Up Loud and Clear schools. Speak Up Loud and Clear, formerly known as Speak Up 200, is an annual recognition program that highlights schools that are effectively incorporating Speak Up data into their local decision-making....
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Plymouth Graduate Competes at DCI World Championship

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August 18, 2014
Plymouth Graduate Competes at DCI World Championship

Rinda Kay Scott, a 2014 graduate of Plymouth High School and alumni member of the “Pride of Plymouth” marching band and winter guard programs, recently completed her first season as a member of the Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps. On Saturday, August 9th, DCI (Drum Corps International) held the annual “summer games” and...
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Drainage Board Spends $24,000 on Tree Removal from Storm Damage in Yellow River in Park

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August 18, 2014
Drainage Board Spends $24,000 on Tree Removal from Storm Damage in Yellow River in Park

Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board approved change order number 1 for the Marburger Drain at Dogwood Road. County Surveyor Larry Fisher said they are in the wrap-up stages of the project but needed to add several bi-lateral taps and incidentals. Fisher presented a request of Roy Mangus to plant trees within 8...
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Help Save a Life

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August 18, 2014

In light of a recent story out of Indianapolis reporting the tragic abandonment of a newborn baby in a workplace trash can, State Senator Randy Head said, “I want to help spread the word about Indiana’s Safe Haven Law, which is dedicated to saving the lives of newborn babies.” He explained, “This law allows...
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