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Applications Still Being Accepted for Habitat for Humanity

June 23, 2010
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06/23/10 Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is now accepting applications for their next partner family.  Construction on the home is expected to begin some time in late 2011. Applicants must be willing to live in Marshall County, have a regular source of income to make a mortgage payment and be willing to partner with Habitat...
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Commissioners Want to Reduce Staff By Attriton

June 23, 2010
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06/23/10 Marshall County will continue to reduce staff by “attrition” if the Marshall County Commissioners have their say. On Monday Marshall County Clerk Julie Fox came before the Commissioners to seek replacement of Mary Northam, Small Claims deputy, who will be retiring at the end of July. What she was told was to adjust...
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County Officer Investigates Moped Accident

June 23, 2010
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  06/23/10 On Sunday, June 20th at 5:00 PM Officer Rick Kanarr with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to 2B Road east of State Road 331 for a moped accident. Upon arriving on the scene the driver, 18 year old Michael A. Helms of Nappanee said that he was westbound on 2B Road...
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Commissioners Determine Ownership of Accesses at Lake of the Woods

June 22, 2010
Commissioners Determine Ownership of Accesses at Lake of the Woods

06/22/10 More than 50 residents of Lake of the Woods attended a special evening meeting of the Marshall County Commissioner Monday night.  The special meeting was called to announce the determination by County officials of the various right-of-ways around the lake. Marshall County Plan Director Ralph Booker gave a power-point presentation which included the...
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16 Year Old Flees County Detective, Sheriff’s Department Seeks Public’s Assistance

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 A Marshall County Detective was slightly injured Friday afternoon in an altercation on Muckshaw Road. Friday afternoon at 2:31 Detective Stg. Duane Culp of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department went to the residence of 16347 Muckshaw Road in Argos to check on a report of a runaway.  16 year old Landon J. Lewis...
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Commissioner’s Meeting Monday Morning 8:30

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10  The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 because the Drainage Board will not be meeting.  They have no agenda items to discuss.  The Commissioner have a number of items on their agenda including Julie Fox the County Clerk will present the contract with Microvote and discuss her request to fill...
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Ortiz Named Miss Blueberry

June 21, 2010
Ortiz Named Miss Blueberry

06/21/10 Araceli Lorraine Ortiz will be reining over this year’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival after being named the 2010 Miss Blueberry at a pageant held Saturday night. Nineteen-year old “Celi”, as she is know by her family and friends, is a 2010 graduate of Plymouth High School and will be attending Indiana University of...
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Caucus Called to Find Union Township Trustee

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 Marshall County Republican Party Chairman, Dave Holmes has announced a caucus of the republican precinct representatives of Union Township on Wednesday, June 23rd at the new Republican Headquarters at 117 Water Street in Plymouth. The caucus has been called to fill the vacancy of the Union Township Trustee.  The position is available because...
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Pork Quality Assurance Certification

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 The Marshall County Extension Office will host on Tuesday evening, June 29, Pork Quality Assurance Plus Training at the Marshall County Extension Office starting at 6:30 pm.  The program comprises of two main elements – food safety and animal well-being.  Food safety refers to the practices that minimize physical, chemical or biological hazards...
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M.C. Health Department Thanks Community for Cooperation

June 18, 2010

Dear Speak Out, We at the Marshall County Health Department would like to take this opportunity to thank the community and local school corporations for their cooperation and partnership with us in our endeavor to get children in grades 6 through 12 vaccinated to the new state requirements. In January the State released a...
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