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Marshall County leaders optimistic after meeting with the Indiana Communities Institute of Ball State University

May 31, 2018
Marshall County leaders optimistic after meeting with the Indiana Communities Institute of Ball State University

Nearly a hundred private, non-profit and government leaders from Argos, Bourbon, Bremen, Culver, LaPaz and Plymouth, met with Ball State University’s Indiana Communities Institute and state representatives of Indiana’s Stellar Region initiative Thursday in Plymouth. The meeting/workshop was designed to assist the Marshall County Region in understanding how best to spend time and resources...
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2 Arrested for Smoking Marijuana on Walking Trail in Plymouth

May 31, 2018
2 Arrested for Smoking Marijuana on Walking Trail in Plymouth

Two males were taken into custody by a Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer Tuesday evening. Officer Gilmer was dispatched to Centennial Park to investigate two male subjects smoking marijuana on the walking trails.  She located the tow subjects by the tennis courts in the park. 20 year old Zaccheus R. Hutchings of Plymouth along...
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PHS Honored for FAFSA Applications

May 31, 2018
PHS Honored for FAFSA Applications

Thursday the Indiana Department of Education, the Higher Commission for Higher Education, and INvested hosted the FAFSA and Scholar Success Program Completion Awards. Plymouth High School was recognized as one of the top high schools in the Hoosier state to have at least 70% of their seniors complete the FAFSA for post education. PHS...
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South Bend Man Arrested for DWS

May 31, 2018
South Bend Man Arrested for DWS

On Tuesday evening, May 29th, Plymouth Police Officer Chad Beatty conducted a traffic stop at the corner of Harrison and Michigan Streets for expired plates. The driver, 27 year old James Flory of South Bend was taken into custody for Driving While Suspended. Flory was transported to the Marshall Jail and his cash bond...
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MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES FREE TOBACCO REPLACEMENT FROM INDIANA QUITLINE

May 31, 2018
MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES FREE TOBACCO REPLACEMENT FROM INDIANA QUITLINE

“We want Hoosiers who are addicted to nicotine to know that although quitting is hard, they can do it,” said Miranda Spitznagle, director of the Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Commission at the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH). “Smokers often try to quit several times before succeeding, but proven treatments and services are available...
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Texas Semi Driver Arrested for Leaving Scene of Property Damage Accident

May 31, 2018
Texas Semi Driver Arrested for Leaving Scene of Property Damage Accident

33 year old Adam Lee Walls of Texas was arrested Wednesday morning at the Love’s Truck Stop. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was dispatched to Love’s to investigate a semi that hit another semi and left the scene. While Officer Weir was taking the report Sgt. John West located the semi eastbound on US...
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Walorski Statement on Administration Decision on Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

May 31, 2018
Walorski Statement on Administration Decision on Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement on the administration’s decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union: “Steel and aluminum tariffs are already doing serious harm to American businesses and workers, and this decision will only make matters worse. “Imposing tariffs on...
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“Step Up” at Triton Elementary

May 31, 2018
“Step Up” at Triton Elementary

Students at Triton Elementary School in grades kindergarten through fifth grade got to “step up” to the next grade Thursday. Triton School Corporation Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “They were able to meet the teachers they may have and sit at desks that might be theirs in August.” Outgoing students wrote letters or created short videos to help orient...
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Donnelly Joins President Trump at White House for Signing of His ‘Right to Try’ Bill

May 31, 2018
Donnelly Joins President Trump at White House for Signing of His ‘Right to Try’ Bill

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday joined President Trump at the White House for the signing of his bipartisan ‘Right to Try’ legislation. The bill passed the Senate unanimously in August 2017 and the House of Representatives with bipartisan support on May 22nd.  Donnelly introduced the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn, and Matthew Bellina Right...
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As We See It 5-30-18

May 31, 2018


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As We See It 5-23-18

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Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County to Construct 21st Home in Plymouth

May 31, 2018
Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County to Construct 21st Home in Plymouth

Dean Byers is excited to announce the Second Habitat Home project to be constructed this year. Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County will have a groundbreaking ceremony for the 21st family home to be built in Marshall County.  This next home will be built at 630 Thayer Street in Plymouth. The ceremony will be...
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Rockie Football Radio Auction June 22nd

May 30, 2018
Rockie Football Radio Auction June 22nd

The 9th Annual Plymouth Rockie Football Radio Auction on WTCA is scheduled for Friday, June 22nd starting at 9 a.m. Plymouth High School football moms are busy collecting auction items in an effort to raise funds to support all three football teams: Freshmen, Junior Varsity and Varsity. Already they have collected a couple of...
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Friday Special Joint Meeting to Announce New County Plan Director

May 30, 2018
Friday Special Joint Meeting to Announce New County Plan Director

The Marshall County Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will convene for a Special public meeting on Friday, June 1st a noon.  The special meeting will be held in room 203 of the Marshall County Building.  The special meeting has been called to introduce the new County Plan Director to the community. Current...
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MELISSA WIDHALM TO SPEAK ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN INDIANA

May 30, 2018
MELISSA WIDHALM TO SPEAK ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN INDIANA

Climate change is in the news. But what does “climate change” mean? How is it affecting Indiana residents now? The Marshall County Recycle Depot is sponsoring a presentation by Melissa Widhalm of the Purdue University Climate Change Research Center on June 28th. The presentation will take place at Opie’s Office, 114 North Michigan Street in...
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County Health Dept. Offers FREE Narcan Rescue Kits & Training Thursday

May 30, 2018
County Health Dept. Offers FREE Narcan Rescue Kits & Training Thursday

The Marshall County Health Department will be providing FREE Narcan Rescue Kits and Training to the general public on Thursday, May 31st. Do you have a loved one struggling with an opioid addiction?  Having the training to administer a possible live-saving dose of Narcan during an accidental overdose situation could be the difference between...
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New Tax Scam Targets Tax Professionals

May 30, 2018
New Tax Scam Targets Tax Professionals

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are warning tax professionals to be on alert for emails aiming to steal client data by posing as state accounting and professional associations. Tax professionals have been receiving fake emails asking individuals to sign in to view a message from a tax...
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Owner Information Sought on Dogs Dumped in Dixon Lake Area

May 30, 2018
Owner Information Sought on Dogs Dumped in Dixon Lake Area

Over the course of more than a week, the Marshall County Humane Society has been trying to capture a number of terrified dogs that were dumped in the Dixon Lake area. So far, 12 dogs have been rescued by the Humane Society but there are more yet to be captured. The Marshall County Prosecutor’s...
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NIPSCO Encourages Customers to Prepare for Summer Storm Season

May 30, 2018
NIPSCO Encourages Customers to Prepare for Summer Storm Season

The arrival of warmer weather in northern Indiana means the possibility of heavy rain and strong winds that can wreak havoc and create unsafe situations. As the upcoming summer season approaches, NIPSCO advises customers to take precautionary measures and prepare for severe weather to ensure their safety. Before the storm customers can stay prepared by...
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EARTHWORKS OFFERS SUMMER DAY CAMP

May 30, 2018
EARTHWORKS OFFERS SUMMER DAY CAMP

Earthworks Summer Day Camp is the perfect place for children to disconnect from technology and learn about the interconnectedness with all of creation. Earthworks Summer Day Camps are designed for children ages 6-10. Weekly day camps run Monday thru Friday from 9 am until 3 pm EDT, June 11-15, 18-22 and 25-29. July camps will be held July 9-13, 16-20, and 23-27....
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