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What’s Your Opinion 10-30-20 (John Grolich)

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October 30, 2020


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Work On Marshall County Crossroads Housing Projects

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October 29, 2020
Work On Marshall County Crossroads Housing Projects

Housing is one of the ten pillars that make up the Marshall County Crossroads Quality of Life plan. This plan was developed by the Crossroads organization and is the basis of the Regional Stellar designation that Marshall County was awarded in December of 2019. Almost a year later work on these housing projects is...
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City Council Approves 3 Year Lease for New Manufacturing Center

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October 29, 2020
City Council Approves 3 Year Lease for New Manufacturing Center

Monday evening, members of the Plymouth City Council passed a resolution approving the Manufacturing Center lease for the shell building that will be constructed at the corner of Jim Neu and Pioneer Drive. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said, “This is the last step in the city’s support of this project.”  He went on to...
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Two Bremen Residents Arrested for FTA, Theft, Fraud and Possession of a Syringe

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October 29, 2020
Two Bremen Residents Arrested for FTA, Theft, Fraud and Possession of a Syringe

Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department arrested two people on Wednesday, October 28th. Just after 4 in the afternoon Plymouth Police were dispatched to Walmart for a couple that fled the store without paying for the merchandise.  A short time later Officer Jared Siple with the Bremen Police Department located the vehicle in...
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Applications Sought from Local Businesses Needing Assistance Due to COVID

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October 29, 2020
Applications Sought from Local Businesses Needing Assistance Due to COVID

Marshall County businesses that have been struggling because of the pandemic are encouraged to apply for up to $7,500 financial assistance with the Marshall County Crossroads Micro-Loan Program. Applications are available at the town clerk’s offices, the township trustees, and by contacting Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC). Businesses that need assistance with employee...
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Cassopolis Man Lodged At The Marshall County Jail Following Traffic Stop

October 29, 2020
Cassopolis Man Lodged At The Marshall County Jail Following Traffic Stop

On Saturday, October 24th around 1:25 A.M. Deputy Ayala with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of the 100 block of US 31 and 11th Road for a speeding violation. The driver of the vehicle identified as Rodney Allen Stuart of Cassopolis was found to...
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For Stone, it’s all in the DNA

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October 29, 2020
For Stone, it’s all in the DNA

ARGOS – Across family generations, there is shared DNA. In Gabe Stone’s family, there is obviously a strand for soccer. The Stone’s are without question a soccer family in Argos. Dad Joe is a former Dragon player who returned to the program as a long-time JV coach for Todd VanDerWeele’s program and is now...
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Candy warning: “Medicated” candy found by Indiana State Police

October 29, 2020
Candy warning: “Medicated” candy found by Indiana State Police

Indiana State Police are warning you to check all candy collected by children this Halloween after a trooper in northwest Indiana found bags of “medicated” candy. In a Facebook post, Indiana State Police said bags of medicated Starburst Gummies and medicated Sour Skittles were taken by a trooper. The package looked like normal candy,...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 20 new cases

October 29, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 20 new cases

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 3,649 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. Today’s results were reported from 39,180 specimens submitted, the highest level of daily testing to date. A total of 172,730 Indiana residents are now known to have had the novel coronavirus...
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University Of Notre Dame’s AP-TIP Announces Finalists For AP Teachers, School And Affiliate Of The Year

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October 29, 2020
University Of Notre Dame’s AP-TIP Announces Finalists For AP Teachers, School And Affiliate Of The Year

The finalists for the 2020 AP Teachers of the Year, 2020 School of the Year, and 2020 Affiliate of the year have been named by the University of Notre Dame’s Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program (AP-TIP). Since 2012, AP-TIP has worked with high schools in Indiana to increase student enrollment in AP math, science,...
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Young, Grassley, Finance Committee Members Continue Investigation Into U.S. Organ Transplant

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October 29, 2020
Young, Grassley, Finance Committee Members Continue Investigation Into U.S. Organ Transplant

 U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), along with Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.), sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) concerning their oversight procedures for the organ procurement and transplantation system in the United States. This probe comes after numerous inspector general audits...
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AG Curtis Hill Appeals Federal Court Ruling That Suspended FDA Abortion Pill Requirements

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October 29, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Appeals Federal Court Ruling That Suspended FDA Abortion Pill Requirements

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week appealed a district court’s preliminary injunction that temporarily prevents the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from enforcing certain requirements for mifepristone, a drug used in medication abortions. The FDA requires that mifepristone be dispensed only in clinics, medical offices or hospitals. The American College of Obstetricians...
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SR 17 matchup with Plymouth and the Academy for a trip to the final

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October 29, 2020
SR 17 matchup with Plymouth and the Academy for a trip to the final

PLYMOUTH – Nobody expected them to be here. They just are. If there was a question of how Plymouth’s Rockies would respond to nearly a month layoff, it was answered with an exclamation point on Friday. The Rockies came out of the locker room and dominated almost every facet of a win over New...
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Eagles vs. Rockies a reunion of two old rivals

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October 29, 2020

CULVER – It’s been a long time since Plymouth and the Culver Academy have squared off in football action but Friday the two will match up for a chance at a sectional title. “The last time we played Plymouth was over 20 years ago when Tom Condon was the head coach so it’s been...
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Triton caps season with four on all HNAC

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October 29, 2020

Triton caps season with four on all HNAC WINAMAC – Triton’s Lady Trojans capped their season by placing four girls on the HNAC all-conference squad for volleyball. Three girls were honored on the first team, Lexie Hostrawser, Abbey Viers and Emma Hepler with Molly McFarland named to the honorable mention squad. Triton ended their...
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Plymouth’s Annual Holiday Parade Of Lights and Christmas Tree Lighting Cancelled

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October 28, 2020
Plymouth’s Annual Holiday Parade Of Lights and Christmas Tree Lighting Cancelled

Due to ongoing concerns regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Annual Holiday Parade of Lights and Christmas Tree Lighting, originally scheduled for Saturday, November 28, 2020 in downtown Plymouth, is now cancelled. In recent years, the event organized by the City of Plymouth, Discover Plymouth, and the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce...
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Jury Finds Ft. Wayne Man Guilty of Armed Robbery & Auto Theft for LifePlex Incident

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October 28, 2020
Jury Finds Ft. Wayne Man Guilty of Armed Robbery & Auto Theft for LifePlex Incident

In a jury trial last week, 32 year old Clarence Shearer of Fort Wayne was found guilty of Armed Robbery as a level 3 felony and Auto Theft as a level 6 felony.  Shearer, represented by counsel, Christopher Berdahl did admit to the allegations that he was a habitual offender. This case stems from...
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County Health Officer, Dr. Holm to Assume Health Administrator Duties in Absence of Garcia

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October 28, 2020
County Health Officer, Dr. Holm to Assume Health Administrator Duties in Absence of Garcia

Marshall County Health Officer, Dr. Byron Holm announced Wednesday morning that Ashley Garcia is no longer employed with the County Health Department as the Administrator.  In the interim, Dr. Holm will be taking over many of the management duties. In the release he says, “The Marshall County Health Department will continue to meet the...
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County Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration

October 28, 2020
County Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration

The Marshall County Commissioners have extended the Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration for another seven days. On October 20th the county commissioners placed the county under the emergency declaration due to the increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases and an uptick in deaths. This will be the 11th week that the county has been...
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Mayor to Dedicate Chapel in Oakhill Cemetery to Ousnamer Family

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October 28, 2020

During Monday’s city meetings, Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter announced a dedication ceremony for Saturday, November 7th to honor the Ousnamer family. Jim Ousnamer served as superintendent of Oakhill Cemetery for 47 years 9 months and 16 days.  He along with a few full-time employees, a few hundred high school students and part-time summer adults...
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