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County Council Approves 2018 Budget & Salary Ordinance

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October 12, 2017
County Council Approves 2018 Budget & Salary Ordinance

This week the Marshall County Council took the final steps to approve the 2018 budget and salary ordinance.  Prior to taking a vote on the budget, County Council member Penny Lukenbill asked members to review the budget for Superior Court II.  Judge Dean Colvin originally sought a request for full-time law clerks by contract...
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Free Freaky Friday Family Outdoor Movie Fri. Oct. 13th in River Park Square 7:30

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October 11, 2017
Free Freaky Friday Family Outdoor Movie Fri. Oct. 13th in River Park Square 7:30

The Culver High School softball team will be the beneficiaries of the concession stand at the Free Freaky Friday Family Outdoor Movie Night on Friday, October 13th. This Friday the movie Uptown Retro Girl is sponsoring a FREE showing of Hocus Pocus outdoors in River Park Square.  Bring your whole family to this classic...
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Sullivan Arrested for Domestic Battery

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October 11, 2017
Sullivan Arrested for Domestic Battery

A 40 year old woman was arrested for Domestic Battery Tuesday afternoon after Plymouth Police were dispatched to 812 Ferndale Street.  About 4:15 police were called for a domestic situation.  Officer Emenhiser discovered that the victim had injuries and was battered by Audra Sullivan. Sullivan was located in the 400 block of Ewing Street...
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Bourbon Town Board Asked to Consider Water Rate Increase

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October 11, 2017
Bourbon Town Board Asked to Consider Water Rate Increase

The Bourbon Town Council is in the early stages of determining future water rates. During Tuesday night’s meeting, Steve Stacy, Waste Water Superintendent, presented his survey of rates from neighboring communities. According to Stacy, Bourbon’s base rate is $11.60. Argos is currently at $18.08 and has increases approved to raise the rates each year...
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Plymouth Airport Board Meeting

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October 11, 2017
Plymouth Airport Board Meeting

           Plymouth Airport manager, Bill Sheley told the Board of Airport commissioners at Tuesday’s meeting that he has had verbal assurances that Culver Military Academy will move their aviation program to the Plymouth airport beginning in 2018.  That will require some remodeling of the airport office space.  Ancilla College is also interested in creating an...
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HAUNTED TRAIL HAS SOMETHING FOR YOUNG AND OLD

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October 11, 2017
HAUNTED TRAIL HAS SOMETHING FOR YOUNG AND OLD

The popular Haunted Trail returns on Saturday and Sunday October 14th, 15th and Saturday, October 21st to Potawatomi Wildlife Park.  The event is a project of the Zombie Project of Community Destination Imagination in conjunction with Potawatomi Wildlife Park. Unlike most haunted venues, this Haunted Trail includes fun games and scares for the younger crowd who...
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Layman Arrested for Theft at WalMart

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October 11, 2017
Layman Arrested for Theft at WalMart

Saturday afternoon about 3 Plymouth Police Units were dispatched to Wal-Mart for a theft. When Officer Krynock arrived on scene, he located the suspect 28 year old Seth Layman of Plymouth in the parking lot and detained him. I During an investigation the officer was able to determine that Layman had merchandise while inside...
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Take a Home Fire Safety Tour with Family During Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14

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October 11, 2017
Take a Home Fire Safety Tour with Family During Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14

Indiana’s fire marshal is encouraging Hoosier families to take fire safety seriously by planning evacuation routes for their homes as part of Fire Prevention Week, October 8-14. This year’s theme, “Every Second Counts: Plan Two Ways Out,” reminds Hoosiers that seconds can mean the difference between safety and a tragedy. “Smoke alarms save lives, but...
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Smith-Over Arrested by City Police for DWS & Possession of Marijuana

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October 11, 2017
Smith-Over Arrested by City Police for DWS & Possession of Marijuana

Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre stopped 32 year old Matthew Smith-Over of Bremen Friday night at Michigan and Monroe Streets for a traffic violation. During his investigation he found Smith-Over’s driving status was Suspended with a prior charge. Matthew Smith-Over was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on...
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Bourbon Police Chief to Return to Work

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October 11, 2017
Bourbon Police Chief to Return to Work

Bourbon Police Chief Bill Martin will be returning to his duties on October 17 following a health related problem.  During Tuesday’s Town Board meeting he said he will be subject to light duty only and another officer will be needed to cover his shifts. The town has been utilizing reserve officers along with some...
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