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Monterey Woman Arrested at LaPaz Gas Station for Meth, Syringe and on a Warrant

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November 17, 2019
Monterey Woman Arrested at LaPaz Gas Station for Meth, Syringe and on a Warrant

Early Friday morning, November 15th, Marshall County Police, along with LaPaz Fire and EMS were dispatched to the Speedway Gas Station in LaPaz for a female that was unresponsive. Officer Wozniak arrived on scene about 2 a.m. and located the female, 24 year old Kacey L. Cooper of Monterey.  She was showing signs of intoxication...
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Governor Holcomb Declares Nov. 15 America Recycles Day

November 15, 2019
Governor Holcomb Declares Nov. 15 America Recycles Day

Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued a Proclamation declaring Nov. 15 America Recycles Day. In partnership with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), the Proclamation recognizes the 22nd America Recycles Day, which is a nationally recognized day for businesses, government agencies and individuals to consider the importance of recycling and to commit to reducing...
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Plymouth Chamber Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony

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November 14, 2019
Plymouth Chamber Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony

The 95th Annual Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony took place Thursday evening at the Swan Lake Resort. Master of Ceremonies for the event was Francis Ellert from Coca Cola. The guest speaker for the evening was local attorney Sonny Wyland.  Wyland started out congratulating the City of Plymouth on being...
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Bourbon Town Council & Triton School Sign Agreement for School Resource Officer

November 14, 2019
Bourbon Town Council & Triton School Sign Agreement for School Resource Officer

An agreement between the Bourbon Town Council and the Triton School Board made it possible to have a student resource officer assigned to the schools on a daily basis. The Triton Board expressed their approval to use funds from the State Secured Safety Grant at their meeting on November 11 and the Bourbon Town...
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Police Agencies to Auction Seized Vehicles

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November 14, 2019
Police Agencies to Auction Seized Vehicles

A public auction will be held in the parking lot of the Marshall County Jail on Friday, November 22nd at 10 a.m. The auction will consist of eight vehicles that have been seized in police cases.  The vehicles are being sold to the highest bidder as is, where is and without warranty. Vehicles on...
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PHS Health Science students team up with Saint Joseph Health System for HAZMAT drill

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November 14, 2019
PHS Health Science students team up with Saint Joseph Health System for HAZMAT drill

The Plymouth High School Health Science 1 morning class, led by Health Science Instructor Dana Bush, RN, BSN, recently took a field trip to Saint Joseph Health System in Plymouth to participate in a HAZMAT drill. The students played the victims and helped the staff at the Plymouth Medical Center prepare if the day...
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County Council Supportive of Veterans Parkway Extension

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November 14, 2019
County Council Supportive of Veterans Parkway Extension

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters and County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer approached the County Council on Wednesday with a proposal that could see the extension of Veterans Parkway to the west. Peters told the council that INDOT is having a call for projects that would be constructed in 2025.  The application is due December...
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Tree Lighting Ceremony and Decoration Contest in Bourbon

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November 14, 2019
Tree Lighting Ceremony and Decoration Contest in Bourbon

The annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in Bourbon has been scheduled for December 7 at 6:00 P.M. Town Clerk Kim Berger asked if the town would continue to hold a Christmas Decorating contest since there were only six homes registered for consideration last year. The council supported the contest for 2019 and plans to...
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2019 Scarecrow Winners Announced

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November 14, 2019
2019 Scarecrow Winners Announced

The votes are in and the 2019 Scarecrow Winners in the WTCA and Pilot News contest are: Miller’s Assisted Living  1st Place TCU  2nd Place and Fitness Forum  3rd Pace. Receiving honorable mention were Bright Eyes, The Rees, Ace Fitness, Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, Black Cat Clothiers and the Marshall County Museum.
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Byers Updates Bourbon Town Council on Habitat Home Build Project in County

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November 14, 2019
Byers Updates Bourbon Town Council on Habitat Home Build Project in County

Dean Byers, speaking for Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County updated the Bourbon Town Council Tuesday evening on the progress of receiving a grant that would allow homes to be built on a vacant lot owned by the town on Center Street. The town had agreed several months ago to allow the organization to...
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Young Announces Navy Ship to be Named in Honor of Richard G. Lugar; Naming Ceremony Nov. 18 in Indianapolis

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November 14, 2019
Young Announces Navy Ship to be Named in Honor of Richard G. Lugar; Naming Ceremony Nov. 18 in Indianapolis

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Wednesday announced that the U.S. Navy has agreed to name a warship in honor of Senator Richard G. Lugar. Senator Young will host a naming ceremony for the USS RICHARD G. LUGAR (DDG 136) in Indianapolis next Monday, November 18, where he will be joined by U.S. Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer...
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Miller’s Seniors Living Residents Attend Thanksgiving Meal

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November 14, 2019
Miller’s Seniors Living Residents Attend Thanksgiving Meal

Residents of the Plymouth Miller’s Assisted Living Facility were special guests at the Friends and Neighbors monthly meal at the Pine Creek Church of the Brethren.  This was their annual Thanksgiving Meal and the last meal of the year. Anna Hagen of Goshen provided entertainment.  The Friends and Neighbors group will take the winter...
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Plymouth City Council Approves Agreements and Salary Increases for Elected Officials

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November 13, 2019
Plymouth City Council Approves Agreements and Salary Increases for Elected Officials

Monday evening, members of the Plymouth City Council renewed an agreement for planning services with Ralph Booker. The 2020 agreement included the 2.8% increase city employees will receive next year and brings Booker’s salary up to $16,638. The Council also approved the agreement with Older Adult Services for next year.  The new agreement provides...
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Marshall County Stellar Presentation in Indy on Tuesday Successful

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November 13, 2019
Marshall County Stellar Presentation in Indy on Tuesday Successful

More than 30 Marshall County leaders, including a contingent of Bremen High School students, braved the wintery weather Tuesday for the Stellar Regions presentation in Indianapolis. The one hour presentation covered a wide range of quality of life initiatives and projects in all of the communities in Marshall County. Launched in 2011, the Indiana...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Fire Protection Surcharge

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November 13, 2019
Bourbon Town Council Approves Fire Protection Surcharge

The Bourbon Town Council handled a number of items during their November 12th meeting. The first item was to conduct a public hearing concerning the proposed increase for a fire protection surcharge or fee associated with hydrants. Fees would be phased in over a four-year period with the first fee for residential customers of...
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Caring Coalition MC to Offer FREE Suicide Awareness Class on Saturday

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November 13, 2019
Caring Coalition MC to Offer FREE Suicide Awareness Class on Saturday

“Caring Coalition” is a new organization recently started in Marshall County. “Caring Coalition” is a group of concerned citizens that have gathered together to help our community and discussed the many avenues that they interested in.  After a couple of meetings and time spent trying to figure out what they can do to help the...
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Plymouth Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting and Shop Small Saturday Nov. 30th

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November 13, 2019
Plymouth Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting and Shop Small Saturday Nov. 30th

Make your plans now to attend the annual Lighted Christmas Parade and Downtown Plymouth Tree Lighting on Saturday, November 30!  This is also Shop Small Saturday. Festivities begin at 9 a.m. with many of the stores offering savings on your holiday shopping.  Discover Plymouth is also hosting the annual scavenger hunt with dozens of...
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COMMEMORATIVE EVENT AT LJH NOV. 20TH

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November 13, 2019
COMMEMORATIVE EVENT AT LJH NOV. 20TH

The 2019-2020 school year marks the last year the current Lincoln Junior High building will be used as a school.  The brand new Lincoln building will open its doors for the 2020-2021 school year, and begin a new chapter of memories. Lincoln Junior High will celebrate the memories of the original Lincoln before it...
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PHS FFA students attended 92nd annual FFA National Convention and Expo in Indianapolis

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November 13, 2019
PHS FFA students attended 92nd annual FFA National Convention and Expo in Indianapolis

PHS FFA chapter officers and advisers recently attended the 92nd annual FFA National Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. Every year, FFA members nationwide converge on the National FFA Convention & Expo to celebrate their accomplishments and find inspiration for their next steps. Motivational keynote speakers, energetic concerts, fulfilling workshops and a sweeping expo floor...
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Town of Bourbon Receives Anonymous Donation of $24,000

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November 13, 2019
Town of Bourbon Receives Anonymous Donation of $24,000

The Bourbon Town Council voted 3-0 Tuesday night to forgive a lien for weeds ($167) and sewer fees ($243) on a property that had been filed in the amount of $410.80. Brandon Fisher who is the new owner of the property said he and his wife did a check for any liens prior to...
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