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Resurfacing To Begin On State Road 106 In Bremen

July 21, 2020
Resurfacing To Begin On State Road 106 In Bremen

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane closures for State Road 106 in Bremen between Miami Trail and U.S. 6 for resurfacing beginning Wednesday, July 22. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in the area crews are working in, with flaggers directing traffic. Resurfacing will be ongoing through mid-September, 2020. State Road 106...
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NIFB Food Distribution in Plymouth on Thursday

July 21, 2020
NIFB Food Distribution in Plymouth on Thursday

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will host a bonus Food Distribution this week in Plymouth.  They will be at Plymouth High School on Thursday, July 23rd from 10 a.m. till noon. Fresh perishable items and dry goods will be offered FREE of charge.  All items will be pre-boxed and pre-bagged.  The food distribution...
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City Board of Works Opens Bids on Centennial Crossing Sewer Project

July 21, 2020
City Board of Works Opens Bids on Centennial Crossing Sewer Project

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety open bids on a project that will provide sewer service to the Centennial Crossings residential development on Plymouth Goshen Trail last week. The city will be installing a sewage lift station on the west edge of the development with a 6 inch force main, extending from...
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Indiana State Department Of Health Update

July 21, 2020
Indiana State Department Of Health Update

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 734 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 57,916 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus. As of today, nearly 37...
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Statement From Mayor Senter

July 21, 2020
Statement From Mayor Senter

In a year filled with pandemic and social unrest throughout our nation, I’m reminded that, while things may be different, life goes on. I just spent a long weekend away, spending time with family and helping to move my mother from her nursing home into a room at my sister’s house in Plainfield. I’m...
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SCIENTISTS PUBLISH FINDINGS FROM 1ST STATEWIDE COVID-19 RANDOM SAMPLE

July 21, 2020
SCIENTISTS PUBLISH FINDINGS FROM 1ST STATEWIDE COVID-19 RANDOM SAMPLE

The results of the first statewide random sample study in the United States to measure the spread of COVID-19 indicated a general population prevalence of about 2.8 percent in Indiana. This closely monitored study was conducted by the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI in collaboration with the Indiana...
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BMV Asks Customers To Limit Use Of Cash When Possible

July 21, 2020
BMV Asks Customers To Limit Use Of Cash When Possible

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) is asking Hoosiers to pay with a credit card or check when possible to complete transactions. The BMV is making this request because of the national coin shortage which has directly impacted its branches. The United States Federal Reserve is experiencing a coin shortage that is currently...
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Young Saving Taxpayers Billions Shouldn’t Result In A Pink Slip

July 21, 2020
Young Saving Taxpayers Billions Shouldn’t Result In A Pink Slip

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) is fighting to preserve a Department of Defense position that is working to enact reforms and helping to save taxpayers billions of dollars. A provision in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2021 (S. 4049) would eliminate the position of Chief Management Officer (CMO) at the...
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Chaney happy with the Plymouth life

July 21, 2020
Chaney happy with the Plymouth life

PLYMOUTH – You could say all things kind of worked out for former PHS Kizer Award winner Nick Chaney. After earning a degree in physics from Manchester College it all fell into place for a return to his hometown. “It wasn’t really a plan but it just worked out that way,” said Chaney. “It’s...
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What’s Your Opinion 7-21-20 (Commissioner Mike Burroughs)

July 21, 2020


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Beverly Jean Grolich-Taylor-62 Of Plymouth

July 21, 2020
Beverly Jean Grolich-Taylor-62 Of Plymouth

For more information click on the right Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home
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Bobby Holland 77 From Plymouth

July 21, 2020
Bobby Holland 77 From Plymouth

For more information click the Johnson-Danielson at the right
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Tech Talk 7-21-20

July 21, 2020


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Commissioners Approve Grant Applications for Health Dept. and Discuss Mask Mandate

July 20, 2020
Commissioners Approve Grant Applications for Health Dept. and Discuss Mask Mandate

The Marshall County Commissioners met Monday morning in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Ashley Garcia, Administrator for the County Health Department was granted approval to apply for two different grants.  The first is a new vaccine grant in the amount of $60,601 that could help with COVID immunizations should they...
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Sunday Afternoon Crash on State Road 17 Sends Two to Hospital

July 20, 2020
Sunday Afternoon Crash on State Road 17 Sends Two to Hospital

On Sunday afternoon, July 19th at 1:30, Officer Rans with the Marshall County Sheriff Department responded to a two vehicle accident in the 6800 block of State Road 17 and Deer Trail. Driver one was identified as Ashley Buschman of Culver.  She was traveling east of State Road 17 in a Chrysler Pacifica.  She...
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Pop Up Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Site this Week

July 20, 2020
Pop Up Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Site this Week

As the number of positive COVID-19 cases continues to rise, the Indiana State Department of Health is partnering with Marshall County Health Department officials to hold another free drive-thru testing clinic in Plymouth beginning on Tuesday, July 21. Anyone over the age of 12 years old can be tested whether or not they have...
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Munster Man Arrested On Domestic Battery Charge

July 20, 2020
Munster Man Arrested On Domestic Battery Charge

On Monday, July 20th around 1:07 A.M. Marshall County Central Dispatch received a 911 call from a female living at the 20,000 block of South Lake Drive in Walkerton. The female stated that 57 year old, Jeffrey Hines of Munster had allegedly battered her and was intoxicated with a knife and was threatening suicide....
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City Council Approves Additional for Classroom Furnishings

July 20, 2020
City Council Approves Additional for Classroom Furnishings

Last week the Plymouth Common Council approved the request of an additional appropriation for the Aviation Department. Bill Sheley, Airport Manager said the capital expenditure would be in the amount of $5,966.72.  He plans to purchase classroom furniture for the second year high school students. Sheley had a second request that was the result...
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State Accepting Applications For Teaching Scholarship

July 20, 2020
State Accepting Applications For Teaching Scholarship

Three scholarship and stipend opportunities for student teachers are open for the 2020-2021 school year, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Funding is available for Black and Hispanic students, as well as those who plan to teach in high-need fields, such as math, science or Special Education. Scholarship: • William A. Crawford...
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Bremen Library Postpones Events

July 20, 2020
Bremen Library Postpones Events

The Bremen Public Library has announced that they will be postponing their Friends of the Library Book Sale as well as Their Back-To-School Adult Bingo Night until a later date. You are encouraged to watch their Facebook page for updates.
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