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LifePlex Carjacker sentenced to 26 years imprisonment

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November 25, 2020
LifePlex Carjacker sentenced to 26 years imprisonment

The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office announced today the sentencing of Clarence Shearer, 33, after a jury found him guilty on October 21 of Armed Robbery, a Level 3 felony and Theft, a Level 6 felony.   Sentencing took place on November 20 in front of Judge Robert O.  Bowen of Marshall Superior Court 1....
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Wednesdays Indiana Department Of Health Update

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November 25, 2020
Wednesdays Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 6,059 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 312,521 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. Marshall County reporting that 53 new individuals...
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Register For Guided Hikes At Patoka Lake, Nov. 28 And Dec. 12

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November 25, 2020
Register For Guided Hikes At Patoka Lake, Nov. 28 And Dec. 12

Two guided hikes are coming up at Patoka Lake. The first, on Saturday, Nov. 28, is a reschedule of an event that was rained out last weekend. Starting at 11:30 a.m., it will teach participants about what some animals do to prepare for winter and how they survive the extremes. Hikers will meet at...
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AG Curtis Hill: Law Recognizing Biological Distinction Between Males And Females

November 25, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: Law Recognizing Biological Distinction Between Males And Females

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week filed a brief in his ongoing efforts to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold an Indiana law that presumes, for the sake of birth certificates, that a birth mother’s husband, but not a birth mother’s wife, is the baby’s biological father. Attorney General Hill writes in the...
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Dwight L. Wade, 95, Plymouth

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November 25, 2020
Dwight L. Wade, 95, Plymouth

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Second-half surge gets Lady Pilgrims back in win column

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November 25, 2020
Second-half surge gets Lady Pilgrims back in win column

PLYMOUTH – It was a triumphant return to the court after a trying two weeks for Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims as they overwhelmed Logansport with a strong second half 47-27. A quick adjustment on the defensive end was the difference. “They played a five out and in the first half we had a couple of...
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Young Issues Thanksgiving Message

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November 25, 2020
Young Issues Thanksgiving Message

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today released a video message in advance of the Thanksgiving holiday.   “Our current Thanksgiving tradition can be traced to a fellow Hoosier, President Abraham Lincoln, who spent his formative years in our great state. President Lincoln issued a proclamation in 1863 inviting a national celebration of Thanksgiving on the last Thursday in November. This tradition...
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Robert DeVon Thomas, 94 , Plymouth

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November 25, 2020
Robert DeVon Thomas, 94 , Plymouth

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MARSHALL COUNTY EDC WELCOMES NEW PRESIDENT/CEO!

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November 25, 2020
MARSHALL COUNTY EDC WELCOMES NEW PRESIDENT/CEO!

Marshall County EDC (MCEDC) is pleased to announce and welcome Mr. Dax Norton as their new President/CEO. Norton joins MCEDC from ms consultants where he has served as a Municipal Operations/ Economic Development Consultant for the past 2 years.   Dax comes to MCEDC with nearly 20 years of experience as an economic development and municipal executive leader. Prior...
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County Health Department Busy Investigating Complaints on Mask Mandate Ordinance

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November 24, 2020
County Health Department Busy Investigating Complaints on Mask Mandate Ordinance

Marshall County Public Health Nurse, Lisa Letsinger and County Environmental Health Specialist in the Food Division, Dean Smidlapp didn’t just get complaints about shoppers at Walmart not wearing masks on Monday, they received complaints about six local businesses. Letsinger said they conducted investigations and gave out three verbal warnings.  She went on to say...
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Battery Complaint At Wal-Mart Sends Plymouth Woman To Jail

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November 24, 2020
Battery Complaint At Wal-Mart Sends Plymouth Woman To Jail

Monday evening at 7:04 P.M. Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a battery complaint against an employee. As Officer Krynock arrived the subject in question was causing a disturbance and had been asked to leave the store by Management. The female identified as 27 year old, Sheyenne...
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AK Industries Approved For Tax Abatement

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November 24, 2020
AK Industries Approved For Tax Abatement

The City of Plymouth Common Council granted a tax abatement to support AK Industries planned capital investment in equipment. Granted was a phased in seven-year abatement on the increased assessed value of the personal property investment. This investment in equipment will be at the company’s 1301 Stanley Drive, Plymouth location.  AK Industries is a locally grown...
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Plymouth Man Jailed After Being Found Operating While Intoxicated

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November 24, 2020
Plymouth Man Jailed After Being Found Operating While Intoxicated

On Saturday, November 21st shortly after 10:00 P.M. Officer Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department located 41 year old Ray E. Frazier of Plymouth in the area of Red Rock Inn. During a brief investigation Mr. Frazier was found to be operating a vehicle while intoxicated with a juvenile passenger in the vehicle. Frazier...
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Tuesday Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency for Another Week

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November 24, 2020
Tuesday Commissioners Extend Public Health Disaster Emergency for Another Week

The Marshall County Commissioners have again extended the Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration.  This is something that has to be determined every seven days. This will be the 6th consecutive week the county has been under the emergency declaration. At this time the county has seen a total of 2,836 confirmed cases since March...
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Indiana State Police Bremen Post Troopers Honored

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November 24, 2020
Indiana State Police Bremen Post Troopers Honored

The Indiana State Police held an awards and recognition ceremony in Indianapolis this past Friday, November 20. The ceremony publicly recognized the achievements and accomplishments that all too often go without the proper recognition. Officers were recognized for their dedication, service, bravery, devotion to the department and the citizens of Indiana. Two troopers from...
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Buckle up and Designate a Sober Driver

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November 24, 2020
Buckle up and Designate a Sober Driver

Thanksgiving is normally one of the busiest travel times of the year. While the pandemic may have impacted plans with family this year, the Indiana State Police wants to remind motorists who plan to travel during the holiday season to buckle up and drive sober. “Due to the pandemic, troopers expect fewer travelers during...
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Wednesday Indiana Department Of Health Update

November 24, 2020
Wednesday Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 5,702 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 306,538 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 5,169 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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AG Curtis Hill: Scammers Stealing Hoosiers’ Identities To Claim Unemployment Benefits

November 24, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: Scammers Stealing Hoosiers’ Identities To Claim Unemployment Benefits

A growing number of scammers are filing claims for unemployment benefits using other people’s names and identities, Attorney General Curtis Hill said today. Over the course of 2020, he said, the Office of Attorney General has recorded an exponential increase in the number of consumer complaints involving this type of fraud. The scammers are...
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#OptOutside With DNR On Black Friday

November 24, 2020
#OptOutside With DNR On Black Friday

Looking for a great place to socially distance and avoid crowds on Black Friday? Give yourself some space and #OptOutside at a DNR property this year. “Opt Outside” on Black Friday and get free admission to any DNR property that charges a gate fee on that day. You also can be entered in drawings...
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Two Young, Braun Bills Pass The Senate To Rename Post Offices In Dana, Kokomo

November 24, 2020
Two Young, Braun Bills Pass The Senate To Rename Post Offices In Dana, Kokomo

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) applauded the Senate passage of their bills to rename two post offices in Dana and Kokomo, Indiana. The first bill would rename the post office in Dana, Indiana, after Ernest ‘Ernie’ T. Pyle, the celebrated war correspondent and Hoosier journalist who was born near Dana. On April...
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