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Sobieck & Filip Arrested after Plymouth Police Respond to Physical Fight at Carriage Green

December 3, 2018
Sobieck & Filip Arrested after Plymouth Police Respond to Physical Fight at Carriage Green

On Sunday, December 2nd at approximately 7:30 in the evening Plymouth Police Officers responded to a physical fight in progress at 1002 Ed Cook Boulevard. After an investigation Officer Jerrid Arnold arrested 45 year old Robbie Sobieck of Plymouth for battery and public intoxication. 50 year old Tonia R. Filip also of Plymouth was...
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Plymouth High School Receives $1,000 Manufacturing Micro-Grant to Foster Student Manufacturing Initiatives

December 3, 2018
Plymouth High School Receives $1,000 Manufacturing Micro-Grant to Foster Student Manufacturing Initiatives

Plymouth High School has received a $1,000 IN-MaC Manufacturing Micro-Grant to foster the growth of youth manufacturing initiatives around the state of Indiana. The IN-MaC Micro-Grant program aims to provide grant funding to organizations who implement creative projects that enhance youth’s experiences and exposure to manufacturing in collaboration with Manufacturing Day initiatives. The Micro-Grant...
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Right Now, New Places to Live Across Marshall County are Being Built

December 3, 2018
Right Now, New Places to Live Across Marshall County are Being Built

A big part of the Marshall County Stellar plan is to attract and retain talent here in Marshall County.  The Stellar Grant plan will help in the building of new places for people to live, work and play. Jerry Chavez, CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation said, “That’s why we’ve emphasized the...
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SAVE-THE-DATE – Storm Spotter Training 2019

December 3, 2018
SAVE-THE-DATE – Storm Spotter Training 2019

In coordination with the National Weather Service in North Webster, Marshall County Emergency Management has established the date, time and location for the Storm Spotter Training Program for 2019. The training will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 6:00pm in room 203 of the Marshall County Building located at 112 West Jefferson...
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Senator Mishler: Applications available for Indiana Senate Page Program

December 3, 2018
Senator Mishler: Applications available for  Indiana Senate Page Program

The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2019 Senate Page Program,  said State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen). Through the full-day program, students in grades 6 through 12 can tour Indiana’s Statehouse, listen to debates and help staff with age-appropriate tasks. Students also have the opportunity to meet with their state senator. “Students...
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Young Calls for Inspector General Investigation into VA’s Failure to Pay Veterans Full Benefits

December 3, 2018
Young Calls for Inspector General Investigation into VA’s Failure to Pay Veterans Full Benefits

Friday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), lead Democrat on the Senate Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Subcommittee, and Senator John Boozman (R-Ark.), Chairman of the Senate Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Subcommittee, and a bipartisan group of lawmakers in calling for a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)...
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Violin Recital At Miller’s Assisted Living

December 3, 2018
Violin Recital At Miller’s Assisted Living

The month of December at Miller’s Assisted Living is off to a fine start with a violin recital by the violin students from the Suzuki Music School of Michiana.  Violin instructor Abby Vogt showcased her violin students ages 5 – 11 Sunday afternoon, December 2nd. Miss Abby, as her students call her, brought five...
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AG Curtis Hill Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Preserve States’ Ability to Sue Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

December 3, 2018
AG Curtis Hill Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Preserve States’ Ability to Sue Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill this month joined a bipartisan group of 23 state attorneys general in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold states’ ability to sue pharmaceutical manufacturers when they mislead consumers about the potential side effects of their products. In an amicus brief filed Nov. 21 in the U.S. Supreme Court, Attorney...
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Hilliard declares for Mount Vernon Nazarene

December 3, 2018
Hilliard declares for Mount Vernon Nazarene

PLYMOUTH – This week Clay Hilliard, made it official that he will be continuing his education and basketball career at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon, OH. “I liked them a lot on my visit and coach Ronai is the kind of coach I want to play for,” said Clay. “I feel like...
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Zechiel Recognized as Commended Student by National Merit Scholarship Program

December 2, 2018
Zechiel Recognized as Commended Student by National Merit Scholarship Program

Plymouth High School would like to recognize senior Samantha Zechiel for being named a Commended Student in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSC). Zechiel currently holds a 4.093 GPA and is ranked third in the 2019 class of 287 students. Zechiel was one of approximately 34,000 students throughout the country who receive...
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Marshall County Sees Spike in Overdoses Nov. 24-25; Health Dept. to offer Narcan training

December 2, 2018
Marshall County Sees Spike in Overdoses Nov. 24-25; Health Dept. to offer Narcan training

Marshall Co. has seen a spike in drug overdoses in the county from Nov. 24-25. Health Dept. to offer Narcan training Last week the Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) was notified by the Indiana State Department of Health Overdose Surveillance Team of a spike in drug overdose events in Marshall County for the period...
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Plymouth High School senior Jackson Lee commits to Cedarville University

December 2, 2018
Plymouth High School senior Jackson Lee commits to Cedarville University

Plymouth High School senior Jackson Lee has decided to continue his education and baseball career at Cedarville University, a Christian college located in Cedarville, Ohio. Jackson is the son of Timothy and Jennifer Lee, plans on majoring in sports business management, and he hopes to work in the front office of a major league...
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Frances M. Houin, 87, of Argos

December 2, 2018
Frances M. Houin, 87, of Argos

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

December 2, 2018
Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioner will meet Monday morning (Dec. 3rd) at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes the County Highway Department report, EMA Director Clyde Avery’s Quarterly Report, Ty Adley will present the second reading of a re-zoning request for Mr. Troyer and Jim...
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Walorski Statement on Signing of U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement

December 2, 2018
Walorski Statement on Signing of U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Friday released the following statement after the U.S., Mexico, and Canada formally signed a new trade agreement: “While it is encouraging to see the U.S., Mexico, and Canada take the next step toward a modernized trade agreement, I am disappointed there is still no resolution to the steel and...
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Jefferson Elementary School & Washington Discovery Academy Upcoming Concert Dates

December 2, 2018
Jefferson Elementary School & Washington Discovery Academy  Upcoming Concert Dates

The Jefferson Elementary kindergarten and 2nd grade combined concert will take place at Washington Discovery Academy (WDA) on Thursday, December 13, at 5:30 p.m. On the same evening WDA’s kindergarten and 2nd grade choir concert will start promptly at 7 p.m. Doors will open 15-minutes prior to the start of each music performance. When...
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Ancilla College Student Arrested for Battery to Another Student

December 2, 2018
Ancilla College Student Arrested for Battery to Another Student

On Thursday, November 29th at approximately 10:50 in the evening Marshall County deputies were dispatched to Ancilla College for a reported battery. After an investigation it was discovered that 18 year old Tycen Ogden of Bryan, OH had battered a fellow male student. Ogden was arrested at the scene and lodged in the Marshall...
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Santa to Visit Culver Library this Saturday

December 2, 2018
Santa to Visit Culver Library this Saturday

The Culver-Union Township Public Library will host a visit with Santa this Saturday, December 8th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. To start off the fun-filled day, families are encouraged to join the Culver Library at Miller’s Merry Manor in Culver from 9:00 – 9:30 A.M. for a Holiday Story time and Caroling. Santa...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff in Honor of President Bush

December 2, 2018
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff  in Honor of President Bush

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff to honor former President George H. W. Bush.   Pursuant to U.S. Code (4 U.S.C. 7m), flags should be flown at half-staff beginning immediately for 30 days.
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Sen. Young & Rep. Walorski Statements on Passing of Former President George H.W. Bush

December 2, 2018
Sen. Young & Rep. Walorski Statements on Passing of Former President George H.W. Bush

  U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Saturday issued the following statement on the passing of former President George H.W. Bush: “I join all Americans in mourning the passing of President George H.W. Bush – a man with an extraordinary record of service to our country. President Bush modeled exceptional character, humility, and resolve. He was a...
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