Archive - Nov 17, 2010 - Latest News
Taylor Smith, a seventh-grader from Monterey, performed last month at the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Indianapolis at a standing-room-only show her mother â€” Monterey Elementary School teacher Stephanie Smith â€” describes as â€śfabulous.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Office will have new squad cars â€” that will be trucks.
The Marshall County Commissioners opened bids for four new vehicles for the department that will be four door, four wheel drive pick up trucks, replacing four sedan cruisers in the fleet. Representatives of the sheriffâ€™s office explained that the vehicles hold their value longer than sedans and have a greater resale at trade-in time. It was also said that several other local sheriffs departments have added pick-up trucks to their fleet and that they would be useful in bad winter weather.
PLYMOUTH â€” Work will begin to start to alleviate some drainage issues around the town of Argos.
The Marshall County Drainage Board accepted bids for work to be done on the Myers Ditch that is on the townâ€™s southwest side near the Madras Packaging facility.
The board received four bids for the work with the low bidder â€” J.D. Excavating â€” being awarded the work with a bid of $105,450. The project had an estimated cost of $114,474.