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South Bend Man Arrested by County Police for Auto Theft & Reckless Driving

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December 19, 2019
South Bend Man Arrested by County Police for Auto Theft & Reckless Driving

Monday night, December 16th, Sergeant Nicholas Laffoon with the Marshall County Police Department observed a vehicle traveling at a very high rate of speed just before 10. The vehicle was clocked at 106 mph. After catching up to the vehicle a traffic stop was performed on U.S. 31 south of 12th Road. During the...
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County Drainage Board Rejects Bid for Sherman Emmons Ditch

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December 19, 2019
County Drainage Board Rejects Bid for Sherman Emmons Ditch

Monday the Marshall County Drainage Board rejected the only bid received to do maintenance work on the Sherman Emmons Ditch in North Township in the area of U.S. 6 and Oak Road. The project was to work from the northerly bank and clean to the original bottom, approximately 4,740 feet.  The project also calls...
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Rockies take tough NLC loss to NorthWood

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December 19, 2019
Rockies take tough NLC loss to NorthWood

NAPPANEE — Plymouth’s wrestlers fell to NorthWood in a hard-fought NLC battle by a score of 40-36. The Rockies opened the evening with a fall at 120 by Junior Max Howard. Nate Derifield followed with a pin at the end of the first period at 126. Junior Dominic Smith lost the first takedown and...
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Travis Whaley of Argos Arrested for Domestic Battery in Presence of a Child

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December 19, 2019
Travis Whaley of Argos Arrested for Domestic Battery in Presence of a Child

On Wednesday, December 18th, just after 11 AM Marshall County Police Officers along with Argos Police Officers responded to 14725 Juniper Road for a domestic disturbance. After an investigation by Officer Smith it was determined that 26 year old Travis Whaley of the Juniper Road address had battered his significant other in the presence...
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Zone winter leagues starting second session

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December 19, 2019

Zone winter leagues starting second session PLYMOUTH — The Zone’s 2nd session of our Winter Basketball Leagues will begin on Saturday, Jan. 25. Online registration will be available on The Zone’s website – thezonesportscomplex.org. The next edition of A&M Home Services’ Little Dribblers Beginners’ Basketball League will start Tuesday, Jan. 28. The league will fill...
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Riverside ends with ‘W’

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December 19, 2019

Riverside ends with ‘W’ BOURBON – The Riverside 5th grade boys concluded their season at Triton Wednesday with a 28-16 win. The team held a 10-8 lead into halftime, then added a strong 10-2 third quarter to seal the victory. Bryce Busse and O’Malley Holm earned Defensive MVP’s for the game.
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Plymouth slips past NorthWood

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December 19, 2019

Plymouth slips past NorthWood PLYMOUTH — In a pre-Christmas tussle, the Pilgrims pulled away to beat Northwood 25-23. In a heated contest that saw no team lead beyond two possessions, the Pilgrims used Connor DeLee’s 9 points to hold strong. Michael Sheely and Lennon Creighbaum posted six points apiece to add to the Plymouth scoring....
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Triton defeats JT

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December 19, 2019

Triton defeats JT ELKHART – Taren Yates scored 21 points and Whytnie Miller added 14 as Triton (7-8) defeated Jimtown (0-12) Wednesday night, 45-30. Abbey Viers and Alyxa Viers each added a team-high five rebounds for the Lady Trojans. Triton won the JV game, 26-20. TRITON 45, JIMTOWN 30 At Jimtown Triton 7 22...
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Glenn outwrestles Bremen

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December 19, 2019

Glenn outwrestles Bremen WALKERTON — The John Glenn wrestlers ran their record to 14-3 on the season by defeating Bremen in the first home dual meet. Picking up wins for the Falcons were Bentley Whitmer, Bryant Bowman, Sam Strange, Cody Tibbs, Aaron Sherman, Johnny Drews, Melachi Wright, Waylon Auer, and Brody Miskimon. The boys are...
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Laville wrestlers pin Pioneer

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December 19, 2019

Laville wrestlers pin Pioneer LAKEVILLE — The LaVille Lancers wrestling team defeated HNAC opponent Pioneer due to the depth of the team. The Lancers were able to secure eight forfeits giving the team 48 points and defeating Pioneer with a final score of 54-24. Receiving forfeits for the night were as follows: Nathan Diaz, Conner...
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Drive Sober this Holiday Season

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December 19, 2019
Drive Sober this Holiday Season

While Christmas and New Year’s Eve are fun times to celebrate with family and friends, it’s also one of the deadliest times of the year for alcohol and drug-impaired driving fatalities. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, last December, 839 people lost their lives in traffic crashes involving a drunk driver in...
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AG Curtis Hill: Court Decision Means It’s Time to Move Past Obamacare

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December 19, 2019
AG Curtis Hill: Court Decision Means It’s Time to Move Past Obamacare

This week, a federal appeals court struck down a key component of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, by ruling that the federal government cannot require Americans to purchase health insurance. This decision comes after Indiana and several other states challenged the law’s constitutionality. In response to Wednesday’s court ruling, Attorney General...
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Walorski Statement on House Passage of USMCA

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December 19, 2019
Walorski Statement on House Passage of USMCA

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement after voting for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), a deal negotiated by President Trump to modernize North American trade: “American farmers, manufacturers, and workers won a historic victory today with passage of USMCA. I’m thrilled to finally cast my vote for this modernized trade agreement,...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Employees Give to Neighborhood Center

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December 19, 2019
Miller’s Assisted Living Employees Give to Neighborhood Center

Staff of Miller’s Assisted Living were able to wear jeans on Mondays from mid-November through mid-December if they brought two non-perishable food items to donate to the Neighborhood Center’s food pantry.  Many of the staff participated. Tuesday afternoon Chris Garner, Neighborhood Center Director took time out of her busy schedule to pick up the...
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Give one last Gift – the Gift of Life – this Holiday Season

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December 19, 2019
Give one last Gift – the Gift of Life – this Holiday Season

During this season of giving, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give the gift of life to help ensure patients don’t have to worry about the availability of blood this winter.Blood and platelet donations of all types are needed, especially type O. Holiday travel and severe winter weather often lead to a...
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Young Secures Indiana Priorities in Final Defense Bill

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December 19, 2019
Young Secures Indiana Priorities in Final Defense Bill

U.S. Senator Todd Young Tuesday applauded the Senate passage of the final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2020. Senator Young, a U.S. Naval Academy graduate who served in the Marine Corps and now serves on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, worked to successfully include provisions in the annual military funding bill that support...
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What’s Your Opinion 12-19-19 (School Bus Stop Arm Safety)

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December 19, 2019


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County Commissioners Pass Solar Ordinance Amendment on 1st Reading

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December 18, 2019
County Commissioners Pass Solar Ordinance Amendment on 1st Reading

The Marshall County Commissioners were presented an amendment to the county’s solar ordinance during their meeting Monday morning. County Plan Director Ty Adley told the commissioners the main reason for making revisions to the current ordinance is due to the fact that companies are actively working in Marshall County to secure property for a...
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City Plants 28 Trees

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December 18, 2019
City Plants 28 Trees

Earlier this month the City of Plymouth conducted their annual tree planting campaign. This year Price Nursery planted 28 trees that cost $250 each. Each year the city budgets $7,000 for tree planting. Several of the new trees were planted on Nursery Street along with Thayer and East LaPorte Street.  More trees were planted...
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Miller’s 2019 Names Festival of Tree Winners

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December 18, 2019
Miller’s 2019 Names Festival of Tree Winners

  The votes are tallied and Miller’s Assisted Living is pleased to announce the winners of the Festival of Trees contest.  Over 200 people attended the Holiday Open House this past Sunday to enjoy the festivities and vote for their favorite tree.  Winners were as follows:  First place, American Legion Auxiliary; Second Place, Tri-Kappa;...
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