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Marshall-Starke Development Center Elects Board for Coming Year

July 1, 2013
Marshall-Starke Development Center Elects Board for Coming Year

  07/02/13 In their annual meeting the Marshall-Starke Development Center re-elected several board members. Thursday the MSDC re-elected Jim Clevenger, Terry Moore, David Pearman, James Cheesman and Flora Tibbetts to a second two year term. They join fellow board members Todd Zeltwanger, Beth Sawyer, Susan Ellert, Melanie Robertson, Rick Miller, John Oliver and Mike...
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Korcsmar to Replace Kummer at St. Michael

July 1, 2013
Korcsmar to Replace Kummer at St. Michael

  07/02/12 Reverend John S. Korcsmar, C.S.C. has been appointed the new pastor of Saint Michael Catholic Church, effective Tuesday, July 16. Rev. Korcsmar, C.S.C., 66, is a member of Congregation of the Holy Cross and is bilingual.  For 27 years and 1 month, he was pastor of Dolores Catholic Church in Austin, Texas from July...
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Lots to See and Do in the M.C. Museum

July 1, 2013
Lots to See and Do in the M.C. Museum

  07/02/13This summer, relax and take time to tour the Marshall County Museum, with its ever-changing first floor exhibits and renovated second floor rooms and displays that expand over 3 store-fronts in downtown Plymouth!    From the interactive model trains and hands-on kids area, to historic Marshall County artifacts and pictures, a visit to...
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Two, Two, Two from Tippecanoe

July 1, 2013
Two, Two, Two from Tippecanoe

  07/02/12 The small town of Tippecanoe is the home of Heartland Artist Gallery exhibitor, Lisa Lea Bemishand well as the home of our Heartland member of the month, Perry Olshein. Not only do they have this in common but they also live across the road from each other. Heartland Gallery is proud to...
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Early Season Hail Better then Late

July 1, 2013
Early Season Hail Better then Late

    07/02/13 Marshall County Purdue Extension Educator Robert Yoder released information on the hail damage to crops. With the weather moving through Marshall County, we had a system last Thursday night that had significant hail associated with it.  In parts of Marshall County there was 2 inch sized ice.  For area crops, the...
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County Plan Commission Sorts Out Problem

June 30, 2013
County Plan Commission Sorts Out Problem

    07/01/13 The Marshall County Plan Commission sorted out a problem and helped a resident begin building their home on Thursday. Del Wenzel owner of Pine View Subdivision came before the board to ask for a re-platting of two lots in that subdivision. The reason for the request has a somewhat interesting twist....
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Celebrating a Decade of Success

June 29, 2013
Celebrating a Decade of Success

  07/01/13 In June, the Plymouth Community School Corporation administration received notification from the Indiana State School Music Association that the Plymouth High School band program, under the direction of Bryan Ames, had received the prestigious “All-Music Award.” This award is presented to only the music departments in Indiana that successfully participate in all...
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New Priest for St. Michael

June 29, 2013
New Priest for St. Michael

  07/01/13 Rev. John S. Korcsmar, C.S.C. has been appointed the new pastor of Saint Michael Catholic Church, effective Tuesday, July 16. Rev. Korcsmar, C.S.C., 66, is a member of Congregation of the Holy Cross and is bilingual.  For 27 years and 1 month, he was pastor of Dolores Catholic Church in Austin, Texas  from...
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Water Main Flushing to Begin Monday

June 29, 2013
Water Main Flushing to Begin Monday

    07/01/13 The Plymouth Water Department is reminding customers that hydrant flushing of the water mains will begin today and continue for the next two months.   Water main flushing is used as an effort to maintain quality service to the customers of Plymouth.  Water department employees will begin flushing mains today,(Monday, July 1st)...
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Marshall County REMC begins Operation Round® Up Fund

June 28, 2013

07/01/13 The Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up® Fund will begin this July.  Operation Round Up® is a charitable fundraising program that allows members to donate the spare change on their electric bill to help those in need throughout their community. Operation Round Up® is a program that some 230 co-ops across the country...
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