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Archive for February, 2018

Watervliet Woman Arrested for Cocaine and Marijuana

February 26, 2018
Watervliet Woman Arrested for Cocaine and Marijuana

A traffic stop Sunday night, February 25th by County Police Officer Wozniak ended with a Watervliet woman being arrested. 21 year old Hailey Marie Taylor was stopped on US 31 near 11th Road.  During the traffic stop Taylor was found to be in possession of cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia. Haley Taylor was taken to...
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Bill to Expand Opioid Treatment Centers Passes Committee

February 26, 2018
Bill to Expand Opioid Treatment Centers Passes Committee

IN Senator Randy Head recently had legislation he sponsored for the opioid crisis move through the senate process. Head said, “I sponsored legislation to expand the number of opioid treatment centers in Indiana passed the Senate Committee on Health and Provider Services by a 9 to 0 vote.” House Bill 1007 would allow the Division...
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County Police Investigate Thefts from Vehicles in Lawrence Lake Area

February 26, 2018
County Police Investigate Thefts from Vehicles in Lawrence Lake Area

Saturday morning and afternoon of Saturday, February 24th Marshall County Central Dispatch received several reports of thefts from unlocked vehicles from the Cook Lake Trail, 12th Road and on Lawrence Lake Drive.    Officers from the Marshall County Police Department took several reports of this kind of activity. Most of the items taken were...
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Donnelly Statement on New North Korea Sanctions

February 26, 2018
Donnelly Statement on New North Korea Sanctions

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Friday released the following statement after the Administration announced new sanctions on 56 North Korean aligned entities and vessels. One of Donnelly’s provisions in the annual national defense bill, signed into law in December, requires the Administration to bring to Congress a comprehensive strategy addressing the threat posed by North Korea....
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Centier Bank Named Among “Best Places to Work in Indiana” for 12th Consecutive Year

February 26, 2018
Centier Bank Named Among “Best Places to Work in Indiana” for 12th Consecutive Year

Centier Bank is a family-owned, independent bank that puts building a culture as one of its top priorities. As a result, the bank was recognized by the Indiana Chamber for being among the “Best Places to Work in Indiana” for the 12th consecutive year. Centier qualified in the Large Company category, which features organizations...
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City Meetings Monday

February 26, 2018
City Meetings Monday

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. in the Conference room of the Plymouth Fire Department at Center and LaPorte Streets. Agenda for the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting at 6 p.m. includes reports from city department heads.  The board will continue their discussion...
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HEALTH OFFICIALSURGE MARSHALL COUNTY RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY RECENT FLOODS TO TAKE PRECAUTION DURING CLEAN UP AND RECOVERY

February 26, 2018
HEALTH OFFICIALSURGE MARSHALL COUNTY RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY RECENT FLOODS TO TAKE PRECAUTION DURING CLEAN UP AND RECOVERY

Marshall County Health officials are urging Marshall County residents to use extreme caution while dealing with floodwaters. “The flood of 2018 will leave devastation behind.  We will want to clean up and repair our homes and communities as quickly as we can so we can all move forward with our lives, our families and...
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Donnelly Tours Flood Affected Areas in Plymouth

February 25, 2018
Donnelly Tours Flood Affected Areas in Plymouth

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly toured flood-affected areas in downtown Plymouth Saturday morning. Donnelly’s first comment to Mayor Mark Senter and Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery, “I guess we make the right decision to take those houses out of there and create a park.”    Although the Senator has seen flooding in Plymouth several...
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Gov. Holcomb Declares Disaster Emergency for 11 Counties Due to Heavy Rainfall

February 25, 2018
Gov. Holcomb Declares Disaster Emergency for 11 Counties Due to Heavy Rainfall

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Sunday issued a disaster emergency for 11 Indiana counties in response to widespread flooding and infrastructure damage caused by sustained heavy rainfall. The governor signed an executive order to include Carroll, Dearborn, Elkhart, Fulton, Lake, Marshall, Perry, St. Joseph, Starke, Switzerland and White counties. This disaster emergency declaration may be...
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Red Cross Opens Two New Shelters Due to Flooding

February 25, 2018
Red Cross Opens Two New Shelters Due to Flooding

The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross opened two new shelters Saturday evening for residents in the city of Plymouth and Knox affected by flood waters of the Yellow River. The shelters are located at Plymouth High School; 1 Big Red Drive and Knox Community Schools; 1 Redskin Trail. Residents have evacuated due...
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