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Archive for November, 2019

New Weight Limit Signs on County Bridges

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November 21, 2019
New Weight Limit Signs on County Bridges

Jason Peters, Superintendent of the Marshall County Highway Department is educating citizens and emergency services of new signage they may notice on a few county bridges near them. INDOT has mandated that counties post new weight limit signage on bridges where their load ratings may not be high enough for newer emergency vehicle weights....
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Commissioners and Council to Conduct Joint Meeting on Possible Jail Addition

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November 21, 2019
Commissioners and Council to Conduct Joint Meeting on Possible Jail Addition

On Tuesday, November 26th the Marshall County Commissioners and County Council will meet for a joint meeting to be briefed on the proposed construction of an additional pod at the Marshall County Jail. During the special joint meeting the commissioners and council will be learn about funding possibilities by Baker Tilly.  They are looking...
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Spaulding Arrested with BAC almost 3 times Legal Limit

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November 21, 2019
Spaulding Arrested with BAC almost 3 times Legal Limit

County Police arrest a Rochester man after clocking him at 94 mph on US 31. Thursday morning, November 21st, at approximately 2:15, Marshall County Officer Wozniak located a speeding vehicle traveling on US 31 in the area of 11th Road. After initiating a traffic stop, the officer detected a strong odor of alcohol on...
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1st Lincoln Commemorative Community Day

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November 21, 2019
1st Lincoln Commemorative Community Day

Wednesday’s first Commemorative Community Day at Lincoln Junior High was a success.   Close to 100 community members and former students attended the event. Deborah Stetter Mitchell left her three kids and husband in Williamstown, Kentucky to make the 4-plus hour, 250-plus mile trip journey back to Plymouth to walk the halls one last time....
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DNR holiday gift packs are now available

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November 21, 2019
DNR holiday gift packs are now available

Cross those hard-to-buy-for people off your shopping list by giving them a holiday gift pack from the DNR. The DNR gift pack saves you $31 over buying the items individually. A gift pack is a gift the recipient can use the whole year. Whether that person enjoys camping or sleeping in the comfort of...
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Young Calls for Greater Oversight of Bad Actors in the United Nations System

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November 21, 2019
Young Calls for Greater Oversight of Bad Actors in the United Nations System

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Multilateral Institutions Subcommittee, Wednesday hosted a hearing titled, ‘Challenges and Opportunities For Advancing U.S. Interests in the United Nations System’. The hearing focused on the changing landscape at the United Nations and how we can work with our partners and allies to advance U.S. interests around...
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Record-breaking collection helps dozens of DCS foster youth

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November 21, 2019
Record-breaking collection helps dozens of DCS foster youth

Dozens of Hoosier foster children will receive backpacks full of books thanks to a recent Colts gameday Books for Youth collection drive. The Indiana Department of Child Services this week announced the final totals: Fans donated $1,720 and nearly 600 books prior to the Colts vs. Jaguars game on Nov. 17. “More than three dozen volunteers...
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Public Hearing on Hoham Drive Reconstruction Project

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November 20, 2019
Public Hearing on Hoham Drive Reconstruction Project

About a dozen citizens attended the public hearing Tuesday evening on the Hoham Drive reconstruction project in Plymouth. Representative from Lochmueller Group, the engineering firm for the project discussed in details the proposed project that will improve the safety and mobility of Hoham Drive and improve access to North Michigan Street and Western Avenue...
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Mishler: General Assembly kicks off 2020 session

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November 20, 2019
Mishler: General Assembly kicks off 2020 session

State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) gathered with fellow legislators Tuesday at the Statehouse for Organization Day – the ceremonial start of the Indiana General Assembly. Organization Day marks the annual first roll call of all state lawmakers. This day also provides each Senate and House of Representatives caucus with the opportunity to gather before...
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FREE NARCAN Training Offered by County Health Department

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November 20, 2019
FREE NARCAN Training Offered by County Health Department

The Marshall County Health Department will be conducting FREE, open to all NARCAN trainings at various sites on November 25, 26 and December 4.  This is open to anyone – not just first responders. As we prepare for the holidays, the Health Department wants everyone to be prepared on how to appropriately respond to an...
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DeSalle Leaves Hoosier Racing Tire for iNDustry Labs

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November 20, 2019
DeSalle Leaves Hoosier Racing Tire for iNDustry Labs

In a press release issued by the University of Notre Dame earlier this week, it was announced that John DeSalle, president of Hoosier Racing Tire Corp., and vice chairman of the South Bend – Elkhart Regional Development Authority has been appointed the first executive engineer in residence within the University of Notre Dame’s newly created iNDustry...
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Young Calls for Greater Oversight of Bad Actors in the United Nations System

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November 20, 2019
Young Calls for Greater Oversight of Bad Actors in the United Nations System

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Multilateral Institutions Subcommittee, Wednesday hosted a hearing titled, ‘Challenges and Opportunities For Advancing U.S. Interests in the United Nations System’. The hearing focused on the changing landscape at the United Nations and how we can work with our partners and allies to advance U.S. interests around...
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October 2019 Indiana Employment Report

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November 20, 2019
October 2019 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.2 percent for October and remains lower than the national rate of 3.6 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed people seeking employment within the prior four weeks as a percentage of the labor force. Marshall County’s October unemployment...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE HOOSIERS TO JOIN GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT

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November 20, 2019
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE HOOSIERS TO JOIN GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT

Each year, more than 11,000 people in Indiana die from tobacco use, a leading cause of preventable disease in Indiana.   In an effort to reduce the number of Hoosiers who smoke, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is asking individuals to commit to being tobacco free by taking part in the Great...
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Letter from PHS Teacher on Red for Ed Rally

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November 20, 2019
Letter from PHS Teacher on Red for Ed Rally

This is a letter that was sent to the Pilot News and shared with WTCA concerning the Red for Ed rally outside the Statehouse on Tuesday.  It was estimated 16,000 attended the rally.  Locally about 80 people from Plymouth attended the rally.  The group included teachers, retired teachers, students, administrators, and concerned community members. ...
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St. Joe Health Systems Show (Smoking/Vaping cessation)

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November 20, 2019


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Spay – Neuter License Plate

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November 20, 2019
Spay – Neuter License Plate

    If you choose to purchase the Spay-Neuter Pet Friendly License Plate through the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, you are not only showing your love of pets, but you’re also helping Indiana shelters become a zero-kill shelters.  Spay-Neuter services of Indiana (SNSI) receives funding from this specialty plate which allows them to...
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David Mark LaValle, 67, of Plymouth

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November 20, 2019
David Mark LaValle, 67, of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Riverside hosts Culver

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November 20, 2019

Riverside hosts Culver PLYMOUTH — Riverside’s 5th grade boys hosted Culver on Monday night and came away with a pair of victories. In the “A” game, although coming out a little sluggish on offense, the defense was on point. The boys really hit their stride in the second quarter and saw it ride until the...
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LaVille falls at Mishawaka

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November 20, 2019

LaVille falls at Mishawaka LAKEVILLE — LaVille’s varsity girl’s basketball team lost 39-18 at Mishawaka. Allison Medors led LaVille with six points and Elena Lindke four points. Medors, Lucy Sherk, and Madelyn Fuchs hauled in four rebounds each. Natalie Gonzalez chipped in with three steals. LaVille, now 1-4, will play host to Culver Academy on...
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