Former Triton Elementary School Principal Jeremy Riffle attended his first school board meeting as superintendent on Monday. Riffle said one of the first matters he had to deal with as superintendent was an incident that flooded the Jr./Sr. High School Gym floor.
He explained, “A door was accidentally pushed open and the snow stopped the door, essentially kiddos leaving to go to a game and so a pipe burst which then flooded the gym floor.” Continue reading →
The Marshall County government has decided to continue with the same companies for property and casualty insurance.
During Monday morning’s Marshall County Commissioners meeting, three representatives of Gibson Insurance made the recommendation and explained several of the changes planned for the coming year. Continue reading →
The Plymouth School Corporation will soon make a few adjustments to its bonding insurance policies.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, Business Manager Kandi Tinkey said Auditors from the Indiana State Board of accounts requested the changes. Three auditors were tasked with reviewing the district’s operations and procedures over the holiday period. Continue reading →