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County to Purchase Hite Law Offices

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November 19, 2020
County to Purchase Hite Law Offices

With the addition of a fourth court to be known as Superior Court III in Marshall County the commissioners are moving forward with the purchase of the Doug Hite Law Office at 211 West Jefferson Street. During Monday’s commissioner meeting County Attorney Jim Clevenger said closing is scheduled for December 18th with possession of...
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Hamlet Man Charged With OWI

November 19, 2020
Hamlet Man Charged With OWI

On Monday, November 16th at 9:52 P.M. Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of LaPorte Street and Center Street for several traffic infractions. The driver identified as 29 year old William J. Becker of Hamlet was found to be Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated. Becker was...
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Smart Use Of Antibiotics Leads To Best Care

November 19, 2020
Smart Use Of Antibiotics Leads To Best Care

Antibiotics save lives and are critical tools for treating a number of common and more serious bacterial infections, but improper use of these medications can lead to drug resistance that can be life-threatening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls resistance to antibiotics one of the most urgent threats to public health....
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Thursday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 59 New Cases and 1 additional Death

November 19, 2020
Thursday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 59 New Cases and 1 additional Death

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 7,420 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 275,503 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,889 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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General Assembly kicks Off 2021 Session

November 19, 2020
General Assembly kicks Off 2021 Session

Tuesday, November 17th, I gathered with fellow legislators at the Statehouse for Organization Day — the ceremonial start of the 122nd Indiana General Assembly. Organization Day includes the swearing in of new and returning members of the General Assembly, and I took the oath of office to begin a new term as the state senator...
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AD’s scrambling to keep seasons intact

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November 19, 2020

  The fluidity of the COVID-19 pandemic has kept most of the world in “reaction” mode with situations changing from moment to moment. Hoping to give their student-athletes as many opportunities for a sports season as they can has area Athletic Directors scrambling to stay ahead of events. With that said the tantamount concern...
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Young Discusses COVID-19 Vaccines And The Need To Pass Critical Relief

November 19, 2020
Young Discusses COVID-19 Vaccines And The Need To Pass Critical Relief

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) discussed COVID-19 vaccine developments and reinforced the need to pass a targeted relief package for Hoosiers. “I too want to celebrate American ingenuity and recognize the achievements of these two pharmaceutical companies that recently announced the development of, it appears, highly effective vaccines to the COVID-19 virus. They...
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Plymouth athletics on livestream

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November 19, 2020
Plymouth athletics on livestream

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth High School Athletics will have some of their HOME athletic events live-streamed this winter.  In order to view a PHS Athletic event online, here is what you need to do: Go to www.youtube.com Once you get reach Youtube, do a search for “PHSBIGRED” Once you reach the PHSBIGRED, please hit the...
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Plymouth Community Schools Move to eLearning on Friday

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November 18, 2020
Plymouth Community Schools Move to eLearning on Friday

Wednesday evening the Plymouth Community School Corporation announced a switch to eLearning for a short period. Superintendent Andy Hartley said, “I am sure everyone is aware of the recent increase in the number of positive cases in Marshall County.  While we have experienced some positive cases, our local health officials continue to conclude that...
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Bremen Man Sentenced To 300 Years For Child Molestation Charges

November 18, 2020
Bremen Man Sentenced To 300 Years For Child Molestation Charges

An investigation launched in 2019 due to reports of a Bremen man molesting his girlfriend’s niece and his girlfriend’s daughter ended on November 5, 2020. The investigation culminated in a Marshall County jury finding Ricardo Hernando Vasquez guilty of ten counts of child molesting and admitted to being a Repeat Sex Offender following a...
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Culver Man Arrested For Stolen Firearms Out Of Joliet, Illinois

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November 18, 2020
Culver Man Arrested For Stolen Firearms Out Of Joliet, Illinois

In the afternoon hours on Monday, November 16th Sergeant McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained information regarding a suspect in a theft of firearms from a residence in Joliet, Illinois. The suspect was identified as 20 year old Kristofer Conley of Culver. Deputies made contact with Conley at a residence in the...
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Plymouth Park Department’s Virtual Visit with Santa Cancelled

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November 18, 2020
Plymouth Park Department’s Virtual Visit with Santa Cancelled

On Saturday, December 5th the Plymouth Park Department had planned a virtual visit with Santa and Mrs. Clause from the North Pole.  The event was going to the held at the Webster Center with participants scheduling times to come and visit with the Claus’. Due to the increased number of positive COVID-19 cases in...
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Mayor Senter’s Blood Drive Saves Lives

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November 18, 2020
Mayor Senter’s Blood Drive Saves Lives

Saturday, November 14th the volunteer blood donors that came to donate blood at the Mayor of Plymouth’s blood drive graciously gave an invaluable resource in order to support many patients in need throughout Indiana and Southern Michigan.   The South Bend Medical Foundation would like to sincerely thank all of the donors for sharing their...
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Elevated Fire Danger Thursday

November 18, 2020
Elevated Fire Danger Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Statement regarding an elevated risk for Fire Danger on Thursday.  A Wind Advisory goes into effect from 7 a.m. Thursday to 7 p.m.  Wind gusts are expected to be as high as 45 MPH. TH On Thursday, the relative humidity values will be about 30%...
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Argos Community Schools’ Board Of Trustees Unanimously Approves ACS Childcare Academy

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November 18, 2020
Argos Community Schools’ Board Of Trustees Unanimously Approves ACS Childcare Academy

As the saying goes “find a need and fill that need” and that is exactly what Argos Community Schools is doing. The Town of Argos is growing and the need for a childcare facility is now. The Argos Community Schools’ Board of Trustees met Monday night and unanimously approved turning the corporation’s former Administration...
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Visit Indiana’s The 20 IN 20 Winter Traditions

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November 18, 2020
Visit Indiana’s The 20 IN 20 Winter Traditions

Bundle up for some Indiana winter fun. Visit Indiana’s final #The20IN20 list features the must-see, must-do winter traditions around the state. “There’s no shortage of activities in Indiana to do during the winter months,” said Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch. “Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast who likes sledding and skiing or someone who wants to...
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Wednesday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 80 New Cases

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November 18, 2020
Wednesday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 80 New Cases

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 6,143 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 268,222 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,830 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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Attorney General Curtis Hill Writes Op-ed About easing racial tensions in America

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November 18, 2020
Attorney General Curtis Hill Writes Op-ed About easing racial tensions in America

Attorney General Curtis Hill has written an op-ed about the blatant and subtle forms of racism that continue to beset America – and how to begin healing hearts filled with hate. In a recent altercation in Arizona, a man named Paul Ng approached two Black men filming a video for a popular YouTube channel...
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Young, Peters Bill To Update Great Lakes Environmental Sensitivity Index Maps

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November 18, 2020
Young, Peters Bill To Update Great Lakes Environmental Sensitivity Index Maps

 U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Gary Peters (D-Mich.) Monday applauded Senate passage of their bipartisan legislation to update the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) maps in the Great Lakes. The legislation would require the Great Lakes Region ESI maps to be updated for the first time in over two decades, joining maps for the East coast,...
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Att General Hill:Court Was Correct To Strike Down Gary Ordinance That Gave Sanctuary To Illegal Immigrants

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November 18, 2020
Att General Hill:Court Was Correct To Strike Down Gary Ordinance That Gave Sanctuary To Illegal Immigrants

A Lake Superior Court decision this week properly affirms that Indiana municipalities violate state law when they shield illegal immigrants from the law-enforcement efforts of federal authorities, Attorney General Curtis Hill said Tuesday. The court struck down a 2017 Gary ordinance that restricted the ability of local police to help investigate individuals’ citizenship or immigration status....
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