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Archive for May, 2018

Construction Caution on Washington Street, Culver

May 14, 2018
Construction Caution on Washington Street, Culver

Starting today, Monday, May 14th and continuing for a while, citizens are urged to be aware that the fire lane between the Culver Town Park and Washington Street is being prepared for paving for the bike and pedestrian path.   Culver’s Town Clerk-Treasurer, Karen Heim said this is one of the Stellar projects. The...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

May 14, 2018
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff for Peace Officers Memorial Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents across Indiana to lower their flags to half-staff on Tuesday.
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Indiana State Police Investigating Officer Involved Shooting in Porter County

May 14, 2018
Indiana State Police Investigating Officer Involved Shooting in Porter County

The Indiana State Police were called by the Porter County Sheriff’s Department (PCSD) this morning to investigate an officer involved shooting that involved one of their officers. At approximately 1:16 a.m., this Monday, May 14, 2018, morning, a deputy with the PCSD was going to a call in the area of U.S. 6 and 200 West...
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Marshall County Coroner Releases Name of Victim Killed in US 31 Crash at US 6

May 14, 2018
Marshall County Coroner Releases Name of Victim Killed in US 31 Crash at US 6

The Marshall County Coroner received word of a motor vehicle crash on US 31 about a quarter mile south of US 6. The crash happened about 2:45 P.M.  There were two vehicles involved. It appears vehicle 1 entered onto US31 from the on ramp from US6 to travel southbound.  As vehicle 1 entered US...
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Over $2 Million in Grants and Scholarships Awarded to PHS Seniors

May 14, 2018
Over $2 Million in Grants and Scholarships Awarded to PHS Seniors

Plymouth High School held the annual end of the year Senior Awards Assembly on Friday, May 11th in the varsity gymnasium. More than $2 million dollars in grants and scholarships were awarded to the 2018 graduating class. Over the past few months, dozens of PHS seniors applied and interviewed for hundreds of grant and...
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Bourbon’s Dollar General Grand Opening

May 14, 2018
Bourbon’s Dollar General Grand Opening

The grand opening of the Dollar General store in Bourbon on Saturday marked the culmination of several months of anticipation. Helping cut the ribbon were Dollar General staff,  Bourbon Town Council President, Les McFarland and Marshall County Commissioners President, Kevin Overmyer. McFarland said, “We appreciate Dollar General investing in our great community. The newly...
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Plymouth Man Arrested After Several Month Long Investigation

May 13, 2018
Plymouth Man Arrested After Several Month Long Investigation

A Plymouth man was arrested after a several month long investigation that all began with citizen tips complaining of possible drug activity. Friday morning, May 11,  around 9:00 a.m., the Indiana State Police, along with assistance from the Marshall County Drug UNIT and Plymouth Police Department, served a search warrant at a residence located at...
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Plymouth Education Association Awards Two PHS 2018 Scholarship

May 13, 2018
Plymouth Education Association Awards Two PHS 2018 Scholarship

On Friday, Laura Kruyer, Co-President of the Plymouth Education Association presented the PEA Teaching Scholarships. Represent the Plymouth teachers, this year’s recipients are Taylor Drake and Ally Dolan. Kruyer said, “These young ladies have demonstrated strong academics and outstanding personal achievements and will represent the education profession well.   Each received $1,200 from money raised...
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Crash On US 31 In Marshall County Claims One Life

May 13, 2018
Crash On US 31 In Marshall County Claims One Life

On Sunday, May 13, around 2:45 p.m., troopers from the  Indiana State Police Bremen Post responded to a crash between two vehicles in the southbound lanes of US 31, near the 233 mile marker.  This is just south of the US 6 interchange.  Preliminary investigation by Master Trooper Kevin Kubsch shows that a black 2011 Nissan driven by...
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Leadership Marshall County Graduates Class XXIII

May 13, 2018
Leadership Marshall County Graduates Class XXIII

Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, held graduation for the sixteen participants of Class XXIII on May 9, in the Legion Memorial Building at Culver Academies. The number of LMC participants since the program’s start in 1995 now totals 366....
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City Meetings Monday Evening at Fire House

May 13, 2018
City Meetings Monday Evening at Fire House

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. in the meeting room of the Plymouth Fire Department. Agenda for the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting includes opening letters of interest for the restoration project of the historic footbridge, awarding the bid for the West Lake...
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2018 PHS Annual Senior Brunch Held Friday

May 13, 2018
2018 PHS Annual Senior Brunch Held Friday

The Senior Brunch tradition continued on Friday at Plymouth High School for the soon-to-be graduating class of 2018. More than 40 juniors made this year’s Senior Brunch extra special. The students listed below are members of this year’s Student Leadership Committee and they helped organize and host the Senior Brunch from start to finish....
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Local Community Shows Support of Police Officers during National Police Week

May 13, 2018
Local Community Shows Support of Police Officers during National Police Week

Sunday, May 13 through Saturday, May 19 is National Police Week.   In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which it falls, Police Week. This is a week to remember and honor fallen officers. Each year tens of thousands from around the national converge...
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MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECOGNIZES MAY AS HEPATITIS AWARENESS MONTH BY ENCOURAGING EVERYONE TO GET TESTED

May 13, 2018
MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECOGNIZES MAY AS HEPATITIS AWARENESS MONTH BY ENCOURAGING EVERYONE TO GET TESTED

May is Hepatitis awareness month. Viral hepatitis, including hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, are a group of distinct diseases that affect the liver. Individually each one has different symptoms and each one is treated differently.  “Hepatitis is a disease that everyone has heard of, but so many people know very little about,”...
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County Council Meeting Monday Morning

May 13, 2018
County Council Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Council meets Monday morning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The agenda includes Tax Abatement compliance forms for Homestead Dairy for personal property, Houin farms for real estate, four for Faulkner Fabricating two are for real estate and two for personal property and Headsight...
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Community Information Nights at Marshall County Jail

May 13, 2018
Community Information Nights at Marshall County Jail

Are you interested in the working of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Jail? Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel will offer two different Community Information Nights  to allow the public the opportunity to see how things operate. On Thursday, May 17th participants will learn about the 911 Dispatch Center and jail operations. On...
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Hydrant Flushing in Culver Starts May 15th

May 13, 2018
Hydrant Flushing in Culver Starts May 15th

Karen Heim, the Culver Town Clerk/Treasurer is notifying residents of the hydrant flushing. The Town of Culver will be flushing fire hydrants during the week of May 15.  During this process your water may have a “rusty” color; however it is still safe to drink.  The hydrant flushing is done twice a year and is...
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Federal Disaster Unemployment Insurance Assistance Now Available to Eligible Individuals in Nine Indiana Counties

May 12, 2018
Federal Disaster Unemployment Insurance Assistance Now Available to Eligible Individuals in Nine Indiana Counties

Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is available to eligible individuals as a result of a major disaster declared by the President on May 4, 2018.  The Indiana Department of Workforce Development is accepting applications for DUA from individuals in Carroll, Clark, Elkhart, Floyd, Harrison, Jefferson, Lake, Marshall and St. Joseph counties whose employment or self-employment was...
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Man Charged in Poaching of Three-Legged Deer

May 12, 2018
Man Charged in Poaching of Three-Legged Deer

Indiana Conservation Officers have filed charges in Hamilton County against a man who shot a three-legged deer in January 2017.  Local residents of Deming had frequently spotted the doe for several years, as it raised several sets of fawns.  Local deer hunters had formed a pact to leave the deer alone. Allegedly, the doe was shot illegally with a rifle from...
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Dolan walk off bunt wins it for Pilgrims

May 11, 2018
Dolan walk off bunt wins it for Pilgrims

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s Pilgrims held serve but it wasn’t easy as Wawasee took them to extra innings with a final of 3-2 in eight. The Warriors tried to spoil Monday’s matchup with NorthWood for the Pilgrims and two sophomore pitchers led the charge. Wawasee starter Tony Garcia and fellow sophomore Carter Woody held the...
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