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3 Arrested by County Police for Possession of Meth

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February 20, 2018
3 Arrested by County Police for Possession of Meth

On Sunday, February 18, at approximately 2:50 in the afternoon Marshall County Patrolman Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the area of U.S. 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail. During the stop three individuals were arrested for various narcotic offenses. The driver, 30 year old Shannon Wright of Churubusco was found to be operating...
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City Wins INDOT Funding for Restoration of Historic LaPorte Street Footbridge

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February 20, 2018
City Wins INDOT Funding for Restoration of Historic LaPorte Street Footbridge

Last Friday, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) awarded the City of Plymouth $1,310,400 in Federal Highway Administration construction funds for the restoration of the historic LaPorte Street Footbridge. The City applied for the funds as part of INDOT’s call for rural projects late last year. The bridge, a notable landmark in the City’s...
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GERMAN TOWNSHIP UNDER TRAVEL “WARNING”

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February 20, 2018
GERMAN TOWNSHIP UNDER TRAVEL “WARNING”

The Marshall County Board of Commissioners has implemented a travel “Warning” specifically for German Township.  The travel “Warning is due to the high number of roads that are experiencing flooding in the north east part of the County.  The severe weather has even caused county roads to be washed out by the heavy rain...
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Mishawaka Man Arrested by City Police for Meth

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February 20, 2018
Mishawaka Man Arrested by City Police for Meth

Monday evening, February 19th Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch responded to 1307 South Michigan Street for the report of a suspicious person. Officers located 25 year old Scott R. Snider of Mishawaka.  Unlawful Possession of Syringe and Possession of Methamphetamine with a $1,500 cash bond.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information...
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Indiana proclaims FFA Week

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February 20, 2018
Indiana proclaims FFA Week

Monday, Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued a proclamation  recognizing FFA Week in Indiana.  FFA Week is a time when FFA chapters across the country share with local, state and national audiences what FFA is and the impact it has on members every day. All week long, Indiana’s 12,500+ FFA members will be participating in...
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Emergency Management Director’s 4 p.m. Flood Update

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February 20, 2018
Emergency Management Director’s 4 p.m. Flood Update

Marshall County emergency Management Director Clyde Avery is working to keep the citizens, businesses and industries in the county up to date on the flooding event we are experiencing.  In his latest update Avery said, Marshall County remains under a Flood Warning and the commissioners have implemented a “Warning” level travel advisory specifically for...
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Chinese New Year Celebration at Miller’s

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February 20, 2018
Chinese New Year Celebration at Miller’s

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living enjoyed celebrating the 2018 Chinese New Year – Year of the Dog – with a delicious Chinese luncheon complete with fortune cookies and colorful decorations.  Dietary staff dressed the part as they served the meal.  The activity department supplied Chinese Zodiac placemats so each resident could read about their...
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Sand Bags Available for Flooding

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February 20, 2018

Due to high water and flooding of county roads, a “Watch” level Travel advisory has been implemented.  Hazardous travel conditions exist and drivers are urged to be alert and drive with care. The County Highway Department has posted signage and a number of barricades on roads that have high water or are closed due...
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Marshall County under a “Watch” level travel advisory due to high water and flooding

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February 20, 2018
Marshall County under a “Watch” level travel advisory due to high water and flooding

Due to high water and flooding of county roads, a “Watch” level Travel advisory has been implemented. A “Watch” level travel advisory means that conditions are threatening to the safety of the public and only essential travel such as to and from work or in emergency situations is recommended. Emergency action plans should be...
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Commissioner Overmyer and Council President Stone Ask for Action on Vacancies in Highway Depatrment

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February 20, 2018
Commissioner Overmyer and Council President Stone Ask for Action on Vacancies in Highway Depatrment

Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer commented during Monday’s meeting on the engineering position for the County Highway Department. He said, “We as a board need to make a decision moving forward with the Highway Department.” He said the assistant clerk position has been in the department for many years and named at least five...
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