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Purdue Extension Service celebrating 100 years

August 15, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — Purdue Extension has been part of the agricultural heritage of Marshall County and other counties throughout the state for a century. That milestone will be commemorated Saturday at the Plymouth Farmers' Market.

The celebration will take place Saturday Aug. 16 from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Plymouth Farmers Market on the corner of Garro and River Street.

Null picked for third term; Umbaugh to take second seat

August 15, 2014

ARGOS — George Null, current Argos Town Council President, won re-election for his third four-year term on the Council at the Republican convention held last evening.

Winning the other available seat at the Argos Republican Town Convention Thursday evening was new member Suzanne Umbaugh.

The two will automatically begin serving in January regardless of the upcoming general election due to the fact that no Democratic Argos candidate registered to run.

Property owner wants compensation for damage to land

August 15, 2014

LAPAZ — A property owner whose land was dug up so the town of Lapaz could install a storm water drain is asking for additional compensation.

Louis Albert received $5,000 for the use of his property, but claims that the regrading that was necessary to install the drain made portions of his land unusable. He is asking for $15,000.

A meeting is planned between town officials, the property owner and his attorney.

Lapaz Town Council special meeting agenda August 18

August 14, 2014

The Town Council of Lapaz will have a special meeting August 18, 2014. Below is posted their proposed agenda.

TOWN OF LAPAZ
TOWN COUNCIL
SPECIAL MEETING
August 18, 2014
6:00 P.M.
108 RANDOLPH STREET
LAPAZ, IN
46537
Discussion of Fire Contract

Marshall County Commissioners Agenda for August 18, 2014

August 14, 2014

The Marshall County Commissioners meeting will be held on August 18. Below is posted their proposed agenda.

Marshall County Commissioners
Proposed Agenda – August 18, 2014

9:30 am Michael Marshall – IT Director
Quarterly update

9:40 am Ward Byers – Court Services
BI Corporation contract

9:45 am 2006 Jail bonds refunding resolution

10:00 am Laura Mann – Heminger House

10:10 am Ralph Booker – Plan Director
Approval to attend IN APA conference, Lexington KY

10:15 am County Attorney Report – Jim Clevenger

10:30 am Highway Report - Laurie Baker & Jason Peters

Classes in session for St. Michael's

August 14, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Saint Michael’s Catholic School held first day classes Aug. 13. The small parochial school houses 175 students across preschool to eighth grade.

Principal Amy Weidner has been working with staff and faculty to get ready for the upcoming 2014-2015 year, including implementing new state standards as of July 1.

“We work with Notre Dame Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE). We are creating our own curriculum based on the new standards for all of the core areas,” she explained.

Garage shot down; Rentown to build new store

August 14, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Board of Zoning appeals had a full slate of cases to review Tuesday, including a request to waive the property setback requirements in order to build a garage on a piece of property.

In this case, the board said the property owner, Carl Crow could not show a hardship to allow a variance. He owns a second piece of property adjacent to the lot in question, which, if combined into one parcel would provide the space he needed to build the garage and comply with regulations.

Memorandum indicates City’s interest in future project

August 13, 2014

City Attorney Sean Surrisi requested approval of a high speed rail memorandum or “handshake” that while does not tie Plymouth down to any contracts or deals yet for the proposed high speed passenger train project, shows their interest in the possibility of the project.

UPDATED Two arrested in meth raid

August 13, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Two arrests have been confirmed from a warrant served on a residence in Plymouth yesterday morning.

According to a press release from the Indiana State Police - Bremen Post, the arrests came about as a result of a seven month investigation conducted by the Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Team.

Color Run to benefit Freedom Park

August 13, 2014

PLYMOUTH — This year's run for Freedom Park will be a bit more colorful, with the addition of three color stations. The event is on track for Saturday.

In a color run, walkers, runners or anyone taking part is dusted with colored corn starch at various points throughout the event. This is a twist added onto what is shaping up to be a good turnout, organizers said.

The event is to help raise funds for the proposed Freedom Park project, an all-inclusive playground that will eventually be located at the Hoosiers Old Wheel Pavilion.

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