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Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate Continues to Increase

March 10, 2011
Marshall County’s Unemployment Rate Continues to Increase

03/11/10 Indiana’s preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate dropped 0.4 percent to 9.1 percent in January 2011, equal to the national decrease. This is the lowest unemployment rate since January 2009. The state added 10,600 private sector jobs in January. “Indiana’s private sector job growth has outpaced the nation’s 2 to 1 since the low point...
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John Glenn H.S. 4-Star School Again

March 10, 2011
John Glenn H.S. 4-Star School Again

03/11/11  Four years ago, John Glenn High School was on academic watch status with the Indiana Department of Education (DOE). Now, for the second consecutive year, they have been named a Four Star School. They are one of 18 high schools out of the 350 public high schools in the state to achieve the...
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Sheriff Offers Conditional Employment to 3

March 10, 2011
Sheriff Offers Conditional Employment to 3

03/11/10 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners this week to seek approval to fill three vacancies in this department.   The positions to be filled are those vacated by Ward Byers, Jordan Rans and Rick Kanarr. Chamberlin explained that the hiring process takes about 5 months.   The department has been...
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Ancilla to Host Book Signing for Rev. Dr. Sam Boys

March 10, 2011
Ancilla to Host Book Signing for Rev. Dr. Sam Boys

03/11/11  Ancilla College will host a book signing on Monday, March 14 with author Dr. Rev. Sam Boys, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Ancilla. The signing – held in Room 231 at 6:00 p.m. EST – will promote the release of his book, entitled “An Ancient Sound for the Present Moment” and...
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Arrests for Shoplifting at Wal-Mart

March 10, 2011
Arrests for Shoplifting at Wal-Mart

03/11/11 On Monday, March 7th at approximately 4:35 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a male subject that had stolen items and fled in a vehicle westbound on US 30. Officer Jason Dobbins stopped the vehicle near the intersection of US 30 and Queen Road.  The suspect,...
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Hindman Arrested for Trespassing at Menominee School

March 10, 2011
Hindman Arrested for Trespassing at Menominee School

03/11/11 On the afternoon of Tuesday, March 8th the Plymouth Police Department received a call from Menominee Elementary School at 815 Discovery Lane.  The call was in reference to a male subject trespassing and was asked to leave the property several times. Corporal Bridget Hite responded to Menominee School and found a male subject...
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Mardi Gras Celebraton at Miller’s

March 10, 2011
Mardi Gras Celebraton at Miller’s

03/11/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community held their seventh annual Mardi Gras celebration Tuesday evening in the Oak Hill Café.  Staff and volunteers made the evening a huge success with a wonderful buffet of Cajun food and lots of action and music.  A Dixieland band made up of members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra...
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Beef & Noodle Dinner Benefits M.C. Church Orchestra

March 10, 2011
Beef & Noodle Dinner Benefits M.C. Church Orchestra

03/11/10 The Marshall County Church Orchestra is conducting a fundraiser for their organization.  They will be hosting their second annual Beef & Noodle Dinner on Friday, March 11 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  The menu consists of:  Beef & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Dinner Rolls, Homemade Dessert and a Beverage.    The all-you-can-eat...
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Adam Lolmaugh Arrested for Burglary at People’s Durgs

March 9, 2011
Adam Lolmaugh Arrested for Burglary at People’s Durgs

03/10/11 Investigator Ted Brown with the Plymouth Police Department has been working to determine who the subject was that burglarized People’s Drug Store on February 16th.  On Wednesday he arrested 23 year old Adam Lolmaugh. Officer Brown received information that Adam Lolmaugh was responsible for the burglary.  Brown and Detective Leo Mangus located Lolmaugh...
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County Meets Threshold for FEMA Reimbursement

March 9, 2011
County Meets Threshold for FEMA Reimbursement

03/10/11 Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery appeared before the Commissioners this week to bring to their attention that everyone in the county is not participating in submitting cost estimates for a FEMA reimbursement for last month’s blizzard.  Avery said, “We need everyone to help meet the threshold collectively.  If not it hurts...
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