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Nenna Arrested by County Police in LaPaz for Possession of a Controlled Substance

August 31, 2018
Nenna Arrested by County Police in LaPaz for Possession of a Controlled Substance

On Thursday, August 30th, at 8:32 in the evening Marshall County Police Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop in the area of Michigan Street and Church Street in LaPaz on a white 2001 Cadillac.   The vehicle pulled into the Dollar General Store parking lot and the driver of the vehicle, 36 year old Tristan...
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With Legal Deadline Approaching, Young and Shaheen Lead Bipartisan Letter on Yemen to Secretary of State

August 31, 2018
With Legal Deadline Approaching, Young and Shaheen Lead Bipartisan Letter on Yemen to Secretary of State

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), along with seven other Senators, today sent a bipartisan letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urging the administration to comply with the law by submitting a certification related to the humanitarian crisis and war in Yemen. Senators Young and Shaheen worked successfully to...
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Inmates from around the state participate in virtual job fair

August 31, 2018
Inmates from around the state participate in virtual job fair

Individuals incarcerated in Indiana prisons got the rare opportunity to search for employment before their release, by participating in an innovative virtual job fair with six Hoosier employers. The Hoosier Initiative for Re-entry program, or HIRE, is a program administered by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development that helps connect ex-offenders with job opportunities....
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Marshall County Assessor Named County Assessor of the Year

August 31, 2018
Marshall County Assessor Named County Assessor of the Year

Debbie Dunning, Marshall County Assessor was honored by the State Assessor’s Association as the 2018 County Assessor of the year this week. Debbie started in the assessor’s office in the early 2000’s working for then assessor Mike Boys.  In 2006 Debbie was elected Marshall County Assessor and started in January 1, 2007. When she...
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Ancilla College Proudly Inaugurates 10th President

August 30, 2018
Ancilla College Proudly Inaugurates 10th President

August 22nd was a special day at Ancilla College. Along with the opening convocation that is traditionally held during the first week of classes, the students were able to witness the inauguration of Dr. Michele Dvorak, PHJC as Ancilla College’s 10th president. In addition to the students, faculty and staff, as well as the...
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City Board of Public Works to Consider Parking Restriction of Garro Street

August 30, 2018
City Board of Public Works to Consider Parking Restriction of Garro Street

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered another requests to restrict parking during their meeting Monday evening. City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented a request from Mayor Mark Senter to restrict parking on Garro Street, east of Liberty Street.  Surrisi said traffic is extremely congested at the intersection when Lincoln Junior...
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Plymouth High School Gears up for Marshall County Blueberry Festival

August 30, 2018
Plymouth High School Gears up for Marshall County Blueberry Festival

During the upcoming 52nd Marshall County Blueberry Festival many Plymouth High School teachers and students who are involved in PHS Choir, PHS Band, PHS Spanish Club, PHS Chinese Club, PHS Prom committee, AFS, PHS Robotics, PHS Yearbook, PHS Acting, PHS Stage Crew, and the PHS Speech and Debate Club will be volunteering their time...
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City Extends Lease Agreement with Preschool

August 30, 2018
City Extends Lease Agreement with Preschool

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety renewed the lease with HIS Small Wonders Preschool during their August 27th. The annual contract is the same as this past year at $650 each month. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said the preschool has made lots of improvement to the interior of the building and plans...
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SJHS and The Zone to Host Youth Sports Combine

August 30, 2018

Joseph Health System (SJHS) and The Zone Sports Complex of Northern Indiana will offer a free youth sports combine September 15 from 8-11 am for students grades 5-8. The free combine will offer kids rankings by age group, as well as data for coaches to help improve their team and young athletes’ performance. Testing...
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PHS to Host FAFSA Parent Night

August 30, 2018
PHS to Host FAFSA Parent Night

Plymouth High School will host a Parent FAFSA  - Free Application for Federal Student Aid Financial Night for current senior students on Tuesday September 11th at 6:30 pm  in the Plymouth High School cafeteria. This event is sponsored by the Plymouth High School Guidance Department and the PHS College and Career Center.  Ancilla College and IVY TECH...
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Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour Saturday at Noon

August 30, 2018
Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour Saturday at Noon

Tune into the Wild Rose Moon Radio hour this Saturday, September 1st to hear April Verch and her band tell stories and sing songs. Hannah Livingood, George Schricker, and guest local artist, Tom Fry will also join the show.  Tom will be playing one of his own blues numbers on the resonator guitar.  It’s all...
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Young and Donnelly Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Designate National Airmail Museum in Fort Wayne

August 30, 2018
Young and Donnelly Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Designate National Airmail Museum in Fort Wayne

  U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) Tuesday introduced the National Airmail Museum Act to designate Hangar 2 at Smith Field in Fort Wayne as the National Airmail Museum. The legislation would designate a museum to celebrate Smith Field’s role in airmail history. Representative Jim Banks (IN-R-03) introduced the House version of this bill in February. Smith...
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Minor Injuries in Single Vehicle Crash at SR 17 and Kenwood Ave.

August 30, 2018
Minor Injuries in Single Vehicle Crash at SR 17 and Kenwood Ave.

A Plymouth man was transported to Saint Joseph Hospital in Plymouth following a single vehicle accident on State Road 17 Wednesday morning. About 8:30 in the morning, 89 year old Chester Sroka was traveling north on State Road 17 in a 2004 Buick when he says a south bound truck was over the center...
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Board of Works Denies Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

August 29, 2018
Board of Works Denies Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety continued their discussion of the request to have no parking on the south side of Crimson Lane Monday evening. Initially Joan Walters brought the request to the August 13th meeting noting that with parking on both sides of the residential street causes issues for...
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Bremen Police Arrest Two for Dealing Meth

August 29, 2018
Bremen Police Arrest Two for Dealing Meth

Bremen Police arrested two people Sunday night following a traffic stop. Patrolman John Tice stopped a vehicle at Plymouth and Stewart Streets at 11:48 p.m.  21 year old Tyler J. McPhail of South Bend and 22 year old Connor D Leonard of Mishawaka were both arrested. Both suspects were arrested for Dealing Methamphetamine, Possession...
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Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In St. Joseph County

August 29, 2018
Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In St. Joseph County

Troopers with the Indiana State Police Bremen Post will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location in St. Joseph County on the night of Friday August 31 as part of Operation Pull Over, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.”  Drivers that encounter this checkpoint are asked to have their driver’s licenses and registrations available...
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Logo Review Reception for Town of Argos on Sept. 12th

August 29, 2018
Logo Review Reception for Town of Argos on Sept. 12th

Red Door Marketing has announced the unveiling of the new logo for the Town of Argos. An unveiling reception will be held on Wednesday, September 12 at 5:30 in the evening at the Argos Town Hall. Kerri Martin from Red Door Marketing said, “The value of small towns is being recognized more than ever....
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AMERICAN PICKERS to Film in Indiana!

August 29, 2018
AMERICAN PICKERS to Film in Indiana!

Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Indiana! They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the state in October of 2018 AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking” on History. The hit show follows Mike and Frank,...
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Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides at Blueberry Festival

August 29, 2018
Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides at Blueberry Festival

Michiana Balloon Rides will offer Hot Air Balloon Tether rides during this year’s Blueberry Festival in Plymouth!   They will setup across from the tennis courts in the field where the fireworks and balloon glow will take place and will be giving rides Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening! *Weather depending* When they do tethered rides,...
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AG Curtis Hill praises court for rejecting argument that ‘Right to Try’ negates laws against marijuana use

August 29, 2018
AG Curtis Hill praises court for rejecting argument that ‘Right to Try’ negates laws against marijuana use

Attorney General Curtis Hill Wednesday praised a Marion Circuit Court decision rejecting an argument by the First Church of Cannabis (FCOC) that their case should be reopened in light of the Right to Try Act – legislation approved this year that allows terminally ill patients to try investigational treatments. The court already had rejected...
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