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MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 1

December 17, 2018
MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION  GRANT APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 1

The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the first of two 2019 Community Funds grant rounds. Applications for the Spring 2019 grant round are due on February 1, and the application may be found on the MCCF website. These grants support specific projects or programs throughout Marshall County typically focusing on...
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Women Arrested for OWI by City Police

December 17, 2018
Women Arrested for OWI by City Police

Two women were arrested on Sunday and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While Intoxicated. The first arrest happened about a quarter till one in the morning.  72 year old Donna K. Wood of Walkerton was stopped near the intersection of Randolph Street and Plymouth Goshen Trail by Officer Jerrid Arnold.   After...
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Riegle Arrested by City Police for OWI, Disorderly and Intimidation

December 17, 2018
Riegle Arrested by City Police for OWI, Disorderly and Intimidation

Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper stopped to check on a  vehicle that was stopped on Pioneer Drive with it hazard lights on Sunday morning December 16th about 2:30. The vehicle had clearly been off road and in an accident.  The officer conducted an investigation and ended up taking 37 year old Rachael Riegle of...
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Marcus L. Haynes age 53 of Walkerton

December 17, 2018
Marcus L. Haynes age 53 of Walkerton

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Appearing on Fox News, AG Curtis Hill calls on Congress to create heath care plan that is constitutional and effective

December 17, 2018
Appearing on Fox News, AG Curtis Hill calls on Congress to create heath care plan that is constitutional and effective

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Monday appeared on several national TV and radio shows to discuss a federal court ruling last week holding that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional. The ruling is a win for Indiana and 19 other states that filed a legal challenge against the law commonly known as “Obamacare.” “The...
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Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center Economic Impact

December 17, 2018
Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center Economic Impact

The Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center announces that the renovation of the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, along with the continued success of the Indiana State Fair and other events held at the Fairgrounds, generated a direct economic impact of more than $197.4 million on the local economy in 2017, according to an Economic Impact...
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Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Bolster U.S. Leadership in Genocide and Atrocity Prevention

December 17, 2018
Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Bolster U.S. Leadership in Genocide and Atrocity Prevention

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.), both members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, lauded the Senate passage by unanimous consent of bipartisan legislation to bolster U.S. government efforts to prevent genocide and other human rights atrocities around the world. This bill, named in honor of the courageous, inspiring Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate...
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Eleanor Porcher Heckaman, 85,

December 17, 2018

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Coaches Corner 12-15-18

December 17, 2018


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Plymouth vs. NorthWood 12-14-18 Boys Basketball

December 17, 2018


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Marshall County Community Foundation Announces Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Recipient

December 16, 2018
Marshall County Community Foundation Announces Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Recipient

One Marshall County student has been named recipient of a four-year, full-tuition scholarship as the Marshall County Community Foundation 2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. Evan Manges will receive not only full tuition to the Indiana college of his choice, but also a $900.00 yearly stipend for required books and equipment. Evan Mangesis the son...
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County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

December 16, 2018
County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Drainage Board and Commissioners will meet this morning beginning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The agenda for the Drainage Board meeting includes opening bids for the reconstruction of the L. Pontius Tile Arm to the McKesson Ditch.  Jose Jimenez will request a variance on...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Announces Winners in Festival of Trees

December 16, 2018
Miller’s Assisted Living Announces Winners in Festival of Trees

Miller’s Assisted Living Director of Marketing Anna Corbett is pleased to announce the 2018 Festival of Trees winners.  Taking First places with their Red, White and Blue themed tree was the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary.  The Center Township Marshall County 4-H Club placed Second during their first time of entering the Festival of Trees...
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Rep. Jack Jordan: Reviewing, Evaluating Proposals for New Laws

December 16, 2018
Rep. Jack Jordan: Reviewing, Evaluating Proposals for New Laws

Committees are vital to the legislative process, providing opportunities for members to review and evaluate proposals for new laws and hear public testimony.  House standing committee assignments for the 121st General Assembly were recently announced, and Representative Jack Jordan will be serving on the Ways and Means committee, Education committee and the Select Committee...
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Attorney General Hill Responds to Court Decision: Affordable Care Act Unconstitutional

December 16, 2018
Attorney General Hill Responds to Court Decision: Affordable Care Act Unconstitutional

Following a federal judge’s ruling Friday that the individual coverage mandate of the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, Attorney General Curtis Hill issued the following statement: “This landmark decision is a victory for all Americans who believe in the principles enshrined in our U.S. Constitution. “From the beginning, the Affordable Care Act has represented...
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Young, Durbin Bill To Support Congenital Heart Defect Research Passes Senate

December 16, 2018
Young, Durbin Bill To Support Congenital Heart Defect Research Passes Senate

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) announced Friday that their bipartisan bill, the Congenital Heart Futures Reauthorization Act, unanimously passed the Senate. This legislation will promote federal research on congenital heart defects (CHD) and raise awareness of the impact these health problems have throughout patients’ lives. The Senate-passed Congenital Heart Futures...
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UNIT Officer Arrest North Liberty Man Following Investigation

December 16, 2018
UNIT Officer Arrest North Liberty Man Following Investigation

On Monday, December 10, police officers from the UNIT conducted an investigation resulting in the arrest of 48 year old Michael Wise Jr. from North Liberty.  During the investigation officers seized approximately 44 grams of suspected methamphetamine. Mr. Wise is currently lodged at the Marshall County Jail for Dealing in Methamphetamine a Level 2...
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Superior I Court Sentencings on Thursday, December 13th

December 16, 2018
Superior I Court Sentencings on Thursday, December 13th

December 13, proved to be a very busy and productive day in Marshall Superior Court No. 1, as several serious criminal cases ended with substantial sentences for the defendants.  The list is below: Gunnar Vanhorn, 26, of Macy was sentenced on December 13, 2018 by Marshall County Superior Court 1 Judge Robert O. Bowen...
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Attorney General Advises Hoosiers to beware fraudulent Emails from Apple

December 16, 2018
Attorney General Advises Hoosiers to beware fraudulent Emails from Apple

IN Attorney General Curtis Hill is advising Hoosiers to beware of fraudulent emails that appear, at first glance, to come from Apple representatives. Scammers are sending the fake emails in attempts to lure unsuspecting victims into providing personal information, such as credit card numbers. The scammers also may be trying to install malware on victims’...
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Miller’s Merry Manor Recognizes Employees Years of Service

December 16, 2018
Miller’s Merry Manor Recognizes Employees Years of Service

During the employee Christmas Party, Plymouth Miller’s Merry Manor Administrator, Bryan Zehr, recognized employees for years of service to the company. Four ladies represented 128 years of services between them.  Special recognition went to Marcia McCartney for 36 years in Nursing, Belinda McNeil for 31 years in dietary, Nancy Masten 31 years and Tammy...
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