PLYMOUTH â€” Sherrie Martin, Marshall County Blueberry Festival Coordinator, recently announced this yearâ€™s parade winners.
â€ś(The parade) went off without a hitch and we got a lot of complements on it,â€ť commented Martin.
The theme for the parade this year was â€śA World of Possibilities.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” This spring, local soldiers from the Plymouth National Guard 301st MP unit will be coming home from a deployment that began in January 2012.
Angela Drake, wife of Plymouth resident Sergeant Scott Drake, is heading up an effort to throw a â€śthank youâ€ť party for the soldiers in March.
â€śWe donâ€™t know exactly when they are coming home, but they will all be home by the time we have the party,â€ť said Drake.
Since Drake is a busy mom with her two sons Colton, 2, and Kamdon, 5 months, she is enlisting help.
MARSHALL CO. â€” According to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), toxins produced by blue-green algae are not a problem in Marshall County lakes.
However, some citizens feel differently.
One of them, Joe Toth of Bremen, visited the Marshall County commissioners meeting Tuesday to ask commissioners to fund further testing of county lakes.
â€śIâ€™m here to address some concernsâ€¦and to show you that there are problems in our lakes,â€ť said Toth Tuesday.