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County Commissioners Consider Another Attempt at Brownfield Grant

October 23, 2013
County Commissioners Consider Another Attempt at Brownfield Grant

    10/24/13 Along with Plymouth and Bourbon Marshall County will look at applying for a federal grant for a second time. Last year the Marshall County along with the City of Plymouth and Town of Bourbon sought a federal “Brownfield Grant” through the Environmental Protection Agency. A Brownfield site is land previously used...
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Meth Watch Candlelight Vigil

October 23, 2013
Meth Watch Candlelight Vigil

10/24/13 A small gathering of people came together for a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening in the Marshall County Court House lawn to pray for and remember those whose lives have been affected by meth. Marshall County rating one of the top three Indiana counties where meth labs have been seized. There are a lot...
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Ghost Walk

October 23, 2013
Ghost Walk

10/24/13 The Marshall County Church Orchestra will provide Halloween and Ghostly music before the Ghost Walk at the Historic Crossroads Center of the Marshall County Museum from 6:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Saturday night.   Doors for the Ghost Walk will open at 6:15.  Tickets are $5.  Children under the age of 5 are...
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Earthworks Annual Christmas Sale

October 23, 2013
Earthworks Annual Christmas Sale

  10/24/13 Earthworks is planning its annual Christmas Sale for Friday and Saturday, November 15 and 16, and is inviting the community to participate by donating gently used goodies.  The sale features only donated goods –kitchenware, linens, toys, decorations – any kind of items except clothing and furniture.  Earthworks volunteers will prepare and embellish...
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Marshall County Church Orchestra

October 23, 2013
Marshall County Church Orchestra

10/24/13 Members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra consider themselves more than just a group of musicians; they consider each other friends!  They get together once a week to rehears they also take time to share joys and concerns.  They have prayer together, they cry together and they celebrate together.   This past Thursday evening...
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North Zone Water Flow Season Proves Sucessful

October 23, 2013
North Zone Water Flow Season Proves Sucessful

10/24/13 Indiana Conservation Officers across northern Indiana were kept busy this past weekend working with waterfowl hunters to manage migratory waterfowl populations which pass through Indiana during the next few months. The north zone comprises the northern third of the counties in the state. Indiana is split into three zones based on migration patterns...
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Recovering Meth Addict to Speak to Schools & Public

October 22, 2013
Recovering Meth Addict to Speak to Schools & Public

  10/23/13 The Marshall County Local Coordinating Committee will be hosting  David Parnell, recovering meth addict tonight. David spent twenty-three years abusing drugs, seven years of which he was addicted to methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is highly addictive stimulant, which severely affects the brain. Under its influence, he even attempted suicide by shooting himself. He shot...
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Donaldson Church Facade Falls Off

October 22, 2013
Donaldson Church Facade Falls Off

  10/23/13 Marshall County Building Commissioner, Chuck DeWitt was called Monday morning by a concerned citizen to look at the old church in Donaldson on the northwest corner where the façade fell off the bell tower over the weekend.    DeWitt said Mr. Don Brady just purchased the building and is starting repairs on...
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Plymouth Police Department Arrests

October 22, 2013
Plymouth Police Department Arrests

10/23/13 On Sunday, October 20th at 7:03 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Benjamin C. McIntyre responded to Dollar General in Kroger’s Plaza in reference to a theft suspect located in Dollar General.  Officer McIntyre assisted by Officer Matthew Emenhiser located and arrested 19 year old Luis R. Castillo III inside of the store.  Further investigation...
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WALORSKI, INDIANA LAWMAKERS CALL FOR HEALTH CARE ENROLLMENT NUMBERS

October 22, 2013
WALORSKI, INDIANA LAWMAKERS CALL FOR HEALTH CARE ENROLLMENT NUMBERS

  10/23/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski and Hoosier lawmakers sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Monday requesting information on the number of Hoosiers currently enrolled in the health care exchange.  Over the past three weeks, numerous malfunctions and problems have been reported with the website, preventing applicants from successfully enrolling...
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