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Rep. Walorski and Senator Young Statements on Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats

July 28, 2019
Rep. Walorski and Senator Young Statements on Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Sunday released the following statement on the announcement that Dan Coats will step down as Director of National Intelligence: “Throughout his life in public service, Dan Coats has always put the interests of his country and his fellow Hoosiers first. I am grateful for Dan’s steadfast leadership in keeping...
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Ben Fisher Killed in Work-site Accident

July 28, 2019
Ben Fisher Killed in Work-site Accident

A young man from Plymouth was killed Friday afternoon while working on the job-site on State Road 13 near Syracuse in Kosciusko County. About 2 p.m. in the afternoon, 29 year old Ben Fisher was preparing to leave the job-site after flagging traffic in the construction area when he was struck by a vehicle...
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County Drainage Board Approves Project to Fix Levee at Lake Max

July 28, 2019
County Drainage Board Approves Project to Fix Levee at Lake Max

The Marshall County Drainage Board held a public hearing early this month on the request of the trustees of the Robert and Carolyn Kline property to do a reconstruction project on the John Kline Tile Drain in Union Township. As many are aware of, the Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council is pursuing a project for...
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Trey Galloway commits to IU

July 28, 2019
Trey Galloway commits to IU

Friday afternoon, CMA Basketball standout guard and Mr. Basketball candidate Trey Galloway announced on Instagram his verbal commitment and intention to be a part of Indiana University Men’s Basketball’s incoming class of 2020. The commitment comes after the three-star prospect fielded offers from schools such as Butler, Iowa, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Cincinnati,...
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Pack A Back-Pack this Saturday, Plymouth FOP Lodge 195

July 28, 2019
Pack A Back-Pack this Saturday, Plymouth FOP Lodge 195

Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 will be collecting school supplies for children in Marshall County this Saturday at their annual event. This year the list of supplies is much shorter than previously.  The items being requested were selected by the various teachers in all the elementary, middle and junior highs in the county.   Donations being...
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Pair Arrested for Drugs by City Police on Traffic Stop

July 28, 2019
Pair Arrested for Drugs by City Police on Traffic Stop

Early Wednesday morning, July 24th Plymouth Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of North Michigan Street and Veterans Parkway that ended with the arrest of two. About 1:30 Officer Arnold stopped a vehicle driven by 46 year old Amy Fansler of Plymouth.  After an investigation, Fansler was arrested for...
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Warren Coffin Arrested for Theft at Walmart

July 28, 2019
Warren Coffin Arrested for Theft at Walmart

A 911 call from the Plymouth Walmart resulted in the arrest of a man from Donaldson. Friday morning about 12:15 Officer Wally Derifield was dispatched to the scene and arrested 31 year old Warren Coffin for Theft.  He was held on a $1,500 cash bond and on a Contempt of Court warrant with a...
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Indiana Opioid Prescriptions Fell by 35% Since 2013

July 28, 2019
Indiana Opioid Prescriptions Fell by 35% Since 2013

State Representative Jack Jordan released information on the Opioid epidemic in Indiana. He said, “According to a national report from the American Medical Association Opioid Task Force, opioid prescriptions in Indiana decreased by 35% over the past five years.” Prescribed opioids can be effective but are addictive.  Those who abuse prescription opioids are at...
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Young, Schatz Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Reform Disaster Recovery

July 28, 2019
Young, Schatz Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Reform Disaster Recovery

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) introduced new legislation to help communities plan for and recover from major disasters. The Reforming Disaster Recovery Act of 2019 would strengthen the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s disaster recovery grants for states, local governments, and tribes. It would also improve coordination at the federal...
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Former Chicago Cub Randy Hundley to throw first pitch at South Bend Cubs game

July 26, 2019

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (July 26, 2019) – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the 2019 season. Fans at Wednesday night’s game will have a chance to meet former Chicago Cub Randy Hundley. The legendary catcher will throw out the first pitch, as well as sign autographs during the game. Another highlight...
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Coffee With Dean 7-26-19

July 26, 2019
Coffee With Dean 7-26-19


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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Supportive of Neighborhood Watch Program on East LaPorte Street

July 25, 2019
Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Supportive of Neighborhood Watch Program on East LaPorte Street

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety gave their blessing to the request of Karen Radkiewicz to begin a Neighborhood Watch Program in the Ease LaPorte Street area. Radkiewicz said they have experienced four instances of vandalism or robbery in the neighborhood since March with the most recent one being three weeks ago....
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Property Owners of 881 Broadway Street Given 30 Day to Reach Agreement

July 25, 2019
Property Owners of 881 Broadway Street Given 30 Day to Reach Agreement

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety set a deadline for the two property owners at 881 Broadway Street to reach an agreement or the property will be demolished. The apartment building has been a topic of discussion several times for the Board of Public Works and Safety.  In February the...
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Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth Honored for 5-Star Rating

July 25, 2019
Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth Honored for 5-Star Rating

Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth was recently honored by Johnson Memorial Health, Suburban Health Organization, and local dignitaries for achieving a 5-star rating by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).  Joining Miller’s staff at the recognition party was City Council Members Bill Walters, Jeff Houin and Shilo Milner, along with Christopher Lee,...
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Bremen Architectural Tour this Sunday, July 28th

July 25, 2019
Bremen Architectural Tour this Sunday, July 28th

The eye-catching checkerboard house is one of the featured on the Historic Buildings of Bremen Tour on Sunday, July 28. Tickets for the Bremen Architectural Tour may be purchased at the Bremen Town Hall, the Bremen History Center, Yoder’s Hardware and the Marshall County Museum.  Tickets are just $10 per person, or $20 per...
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Christian Rock Concert at Burr Oak Barn August 5th

July 25, 2019
Christian Rock Concert at Burr Oak Barn August 5th

Marshall County residents will have the opportunity to hear award winning musicians John Schlitt and Billy Smiley at a special concert event in Burr Oak. The band is called “The Union of Sinners and Saints” and members from two Christian rock bands have come together to form this new band and they are bringing their...
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Young, Braun, Brady Introduce Bill to Cap Federal Spending, Right-size the Government, Grow the Economy, and Balance the Budget

July 25, 2019
Young, Braun, Brady Introduce Bill to Cap Federal Spending, Right-size the Government, Grow the Economy, and Balance the Budget

This week U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.), and Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX) introduced the Maximizing America’s Prosperity(MAP) Act. “As a father of four young children, one of my greatest concerns is our nation’s skyrocketing debt being passed down to the next generation,” said Senator Young. “We must get our fiscal house in order and rein...
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IN Attorney General Continues Crime Prevention Listening Tour across the Hoosier State

July 25, 2019
IN Attorney General Continues Crime Prevention Listening Tour across the Hoosier State

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week hosted crime prevention forums in Jeffersonville and Evansville as part of a listening tour visiting 14 cities across the Hoosier state. The purpose of the tour is to facilitate conversations aimed at developing solutions to residents’ crime-related concerns. The tour kicked off last month in Fort Wayne and...
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Walter Coplen Celebrates 95 Years

July 25, 2019
Walter Coplen Celebrates 95 Years

Miller’s Assisted Living loves to help residents celebrate their birthdays.  It’s even more fun when families are involved.  Walter Coplen who turned 95 recently was surprised by his family with a Birthday Open House.  Walter was truly surprised because his birthday is actually June 4th and the family waited to have his party in...
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Final tune up

July 25, 2019
Final tune up

It was the final dress rehearsal before opening night at Plymouth High School as the Rockies hosted Concord, Knox, and Mishawaka Marian in the final 11 on 11 scrimmage of the off season. The Rockies will suit it up on Friday, August 23 at home against East Noble. Saturday the Rockies will have a...
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