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Archive for August, 2018

Indiana State Police Investigates Fatal Crash On US 31 In Marshall County

August 27, 2018
Indiana State Police Investigates Fatal Crash On US 31 In Marshall County

This morning, Monday, August 27th around 9:30 a.m., Indiana State Police investigated a fatal crash between a pickup and a semi that occurred in the northbound driving lane of US 31 just north of 11th Road. Preliminary investigation by Senior Trooper Ben Ennis shows that a white 1995 Kenworth driven by Randall Grabowski, age 49...
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Iona Lucille Sparks Leonard, age 94, of Plymouth

August 27, 2018
Iona Lucille Sparks Leonard, age 94, of Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS Works To Rid School of Mold

August 27, 2018
PHS Works To Rid School of Mold

Plymouth High School administrators moved quickly to ensure that both students and staff were in a safe learning environment after Aspergillum Penicillium Mold was discovered in a classroom. Parents were notified by email on Wednesday that the mold had been found. According to Principal Jim Condon, a teacher discovered the mold on an exterior...
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Mishler: Indiana Senate Republicans Offering Paid Internships

August 26, 2018
Mishler: Indiana Senate Republicans Offering Paid Internships

The Indiana Senate Republican Caucus is offering paid spring-semester internships in its legislative, legal, policy, communications and information technology offices during the 2019 session of the Indiana General Assembly, said State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen). Qualified candidates must be at least a college sophomore. Recent college graduates as well as graduate school and law school...
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County Highway Begins Summer Painting

August 26, 2018
County Highway Begins Summer Painting

The Marshall County Highway Department is starting their painting projects for the season. Jason Peters, Supervisor of the Highway Department said crews will be working, spraying the white fog line and yellow center lines on many county road.  Annually they will paint 60 miles give-or-take. One gallon of white paint is $9.61 while the...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

August 26, 2018
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings this evening, (Monday, August 27th) at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety. Agenda for the meeting includes a hearing to affirm an order to take action on 801 Sycamore Street.  Two weeks ago, Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds told members the residential...
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Republican Caucus Tuesday Night for West Township Advisory Board

August 26, 2018
Republican Caucus Tuesday Night for West Township Advisory Board

Tuesday evening at 5:30 Marshall County Republican Chairman, David Holmes will conduct a caucus to select a person to fill the seal of Dennis Beville.  Beville has been on the West Township Advisory Board for several years but sold his home and moved out of the district, thus his resignation. The selection process will...
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PHS Grad Crowned 2018 Mrs. America

August 26, 2018
PHS Grad Crowned 2018 Mrs. America

Nichole Rash Cook, Mrs. Illinois was crowned Mrs. America in Las Vegas on Saturday evening. Nichole is the daughter of Cindy and Bill Rash of Plymouth and a graduate of Plymouth High School. The six day evening was held at the Westgate.
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Young, Donnelly & Walorski Statements on Senator John McCain

August 26, 2018
Young, Donnelly & Walorski Statements on Senator John McCain

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Sunday issued the following statement on the passing of U.S. Senator John McCain: “John McCain was a patriot and hero who served our country in uniform and in the Senate with extraordinary courage, passion, sacrifice, and integrity. I join with his family, his friends, our colleagues in the Senate, and...
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Senator Head: Governor Releases School Safety Recommendations

August 26, 2018
Senator Head:  Governor Releases School Safety Recommendations

Governor Eric Holcomb recently released a report detailing school safety recommendations compiled by a team of state leaders and safety experts. Over 400 responses were collected from school administrators, educators, first responders and others to create the 18 recommendations. Senator Randy Head said, “The report groups recommendations into three categories – mental health; safety...
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Donnelly Helps Senate Pass Bill Aimed at Providing Resources to Enhance the Health and Safety of Hoosier Communities

August 26, 2018
Donnelly Helps Senate Pass Bill Aimed at Providing Resources to Enhance the Health and Safety of Hoosier Communities

Thursday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped the Senate pass a bipartisan appropriations bill that would fund multiple federal agencies, including the Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services. The bill includes Donnelly’s bipartisan amendment that he introduced with Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID), which would provide $1 million in funding for...
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Illinois Woman Arrested for Cocaine

August 24, 2018
Illinois Woman Arrested for Cocaine

On Friday, August 24th at approximately 12:30 AM Marshall Deputy Smith conducted a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle traveling westbound on US 30 near US 31. After an investigation it was discovered the operator of the vehicle, 20 year old Heather Serpe of Illinois was in possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug...
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Donnelly Introduces Legislation That Would Require ONDCP to Track and Review Federally Funded Efforts to Address Opioid Epidemic

August 24, 2018
Donnelly Introduces Legislation That Would Require ONDCP to Track and Review Federally Funded Efforts to Address Opioid Epidemic

Thursday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly introduced legislation that would require the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) to track and evaluate all federally funded efforts to address the opioid epidemic as part of its work to coordinate the National Drug Control Strategy. President Trump’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis...
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PRIDE at Triton Schools

August 24, 2018
PRIDE at Triton Schools

Triton School Corporation Superintendent, Jeremy Riffle shows students participating in the school’s PRIDE. Connor and Gage are dressed for success and ready to live out PRIDE by showing Excellence in all they do. Riffle said, “We are super proud of these two young men for showing their classmates and teachers that they were ALL...
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Waidner Presents Drainage Board with Plan for 2B Road Issue

August 24, 2018
Waidner Presents Drainage Board with Plan for 2B Road Issue

  This week Chris Waidner who lives on 2B Road near Bremen was back before the Marshall County Drainage Board with a proposal to fix his drainage problem. Earlier this year Waidner asked the Drainage Board to fix a collapsed drain in his yard and relocate the drain that runs under his garage.  The...
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Culver Flying Camp at Plymouth Airport Successful

August 24, 2018
Culver Flying Camp at Plymouth Airport Successful

Earlier this month the Plymouth Aviation Board of Commissioners were updated on the Culver Academies Summer Flying Camp. Airport manager Bill Sheley said this year’s school was a success on the airports side.  While the school only flew approximately 250 hours, they sold 470 hours and said they had requests for nearly 800 hours....
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Commissioners Transfer Shady Rest to David’s Courage

August 23, 2018
Commissioners Transfer Shady Rest to David’s Courage

Marshall County Attorney Jim Clevenger told the County Commissioners this week that the founders of David’s Courage are ready to take delivery of the Shady Rest real estate. David’s Courage will be creating a residential drug and alcohol addiction facility for men and women.  Their program will assist those who have suffered from addiction...
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Commissioners Approve Re-zoning Request of Hensley Fabricating

August 23, 2018

The Marshall County Commissioners approved a re-zoning request of Hensley Fabricating during their meeting Monday. Ty Adley, County Plan Director told the commissioners that Hensley plans to expand their operations across the street from their current facility in Old Tip Town. The property is currently zoned A1 for agriculture and needed to be moved...
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PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY’S OUT OF THIS WORLD FEAST TAKES PATRONS ON A LITERARY FOOD FIELD TRIP

August 23, 2018
PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY’S OUT OF THIS WORLD FEAST TAKES PATRONS ON A LITERARY FOOD FIELD TRIP

The Plymouth Public Library is partnering with the American Library Association (ALA) and PBS’s Great American Read to present an “Out of This World Feast” on Saturday, September 15th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Laramore meeting rooms at Plymouth Public Library. Five literary worlds were chosen to be represented at the “Out of This World Feast,”...
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Miley Hired by County as Risk Management Consultant

August 23, 2018
Miley Hired by County as Risk Management Consultant

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approve a contract with Mike Miley as a Risk Management Consultant. For 30 years Miley handled the county’s property and casualty insurance through Gibson Insurance.  After his retirement he decided to offer his experience, not only to our county government but he also provides the same service to...
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