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County Council Reviews 2020 Budget Requests, $962,000 Needs to be Cut

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August 20, 2019
County Council Reviews 2020 Budget Requests, $962,000 Needs to be Cut

The Marshall County Council spent the better part of Tuesday reviewing the 2020 budget requests. Julie Fox, the Marshall County Auditor said the council needed to cut about $962,000 out of the requests for next year. Commissioner Kevin Overmyer told the council, “You have a huge task ahead of you.  Hopefully we can get...
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Hopkins Arrested for Marijuana, Syringe and Paraphernalia

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August 20, 2019
Hopkins Arrested for Marijuana, Syringe and Paraphernalia

On Friday, August 16th at approximately 10:50 PM Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a bicyclist on North Michigan Street near US 30 after it was impeding traffic. The bicyclist, 31 year old Richard Hopkins of Plymouth was arrested for possession of a syringe, possession of marijuana, and...
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K County Arrests 5, Stolen Items May Be Related to Storage Unit Thefts in Marshall County

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August 20, 2019
K County Arrests 5, Stolen Items May  Be Related to Storage Unit Thefts in Marshall County

An interdiction detail conducted by Kosciusko County’s NET 43 on August 15th led to multiple arrests in K County. Based upon intelligence gathered from several traffic stops, NET 43 officers obtained a search warrant for 4542 W 400 N. Assisted by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office, Warsaw Police Department and Lutheran EMS; Kosciusko County...
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested by County Police for Burglary Armed With Deadly Weapon in Bourbon

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August 20, 2019
Fort Wayne Man Arrested by County Police for Burglary Armed With Deadly Weapon in Bourbon

On Sunday August 18th, at 12:58 A.M. an officer from the Bourbon Police Department was dispatched to an alarm call at the liquor store in Bourbon. While responding, a dark colored pickup truck was reporting as leaving the liquor store driving west on Lincoln Highway. Upon the Bourbon officer attempting to perform a traffic...
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Judge Colvin Gets Support from Commissioners for Fourth Court

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August 20, 2019
Judge Colvin Gets Support from Commissioners for Fourth Court

Superior Court Judge, Dean Colvin appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday, two weeks after presenting his request of support to add a fourth court to the judicial system in the county. During the August 5th meeting Colvin said adding another court and judge is not the sole solution to the over-crowing issues...
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Minor Injury in Crash at Muckshaw & 12th Road Monday Evening

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August 20, 2019
Minor Injury in Crash at Muckshaw & 12th Road Monday Evening

On Monday August 19, about 8:30 in the evening, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call of a personal injury accident at Muckshaw and 12th Roads. According to the accident report Tanner Miller was driving west bound in a pick-up truck on 12th Road, stopped at the stop sign and proceeded to cross the...
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North Michigan Road Community Crossings Mill & Fill Project Wednesday thru Saturday

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August 20, 2019
North Michigan Road Community Crossings Mill & Fill Project Wednesday thru Saturday

Rieth Riley Construction will begin the Community Crossings project on North Michigan Street Wednesday morning.    The project will mill off the top surface of the roadway from the Plymouth City limits north to Veterans Parkway.   It’s anticipated milling will be done on Wednesday and Thursday and then paving on North Michigan will be done...
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Paving Operations to Close Ramps at U.S. 30 and SR 17

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August 20, 2019
Paving Operations to Close Ramps at U.S. 30 and SR 17

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces paving will close ramps at U.S. 30 and State Road 17 starting Wednesday, Aug. 21. Each set of ramps will be closed on two separate days: Eastbound ramps: Closing Wednesday for milling and intermediate and again Monday for paving. Westbound ramps: Closing Thursday for milling and intermediate...
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Blueberry Sculpture Damaged in Flood Gets New Life

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August 20, 2019
Blueberry Sculpture Damaged in Flood Gets New Life

WTCA has just recently learned of one fatality from the February 2018 record-setting flood. One of the very first Blueberry sculptures placed in River Park Square floated off its pedestal and went into the flood waters. Apparently it was seen floating and was rescued a couple of times.  Eventually Laura Mann, the Promotion of...
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Chicago Man Arrested for OWI Endangering

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August 20, 2019
Chicago Man Arrested for OWI Endangering

Officer Hollopeter with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and an officer with the Bourbon Police Department conducted a traffic stop Saturday that ended with the arrest of a Chicago Man.  About 2:15 Saturday morning, August 17th, the officers conducted a traffic stop on a black sport utility vehicle for unsafe lane movement at US...
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