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Solid Waste Board Reviews Annual Recycling Numbers

February 4, 2021
Solid Waste Board Reviews Annual Recycling Numbers

The Board of Directors for the Marshall County Solid Waste Management District convened for their second meeting of the year on Monday, February 1st. During the Director’s Report, Marianne Peters presented some numbers for the annual report that will be submitted to IDEM.  A total of 2.7 tons of glass cullet, 36 tons of...
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Commissioners Approve Hiring Bankruptcy Attorney for 415 Lake Shore Drive

February 4, 2021
Commissioners Approve Hiring Bankruptcy Attorney for 415 Lake Shore Drive

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting, County Attorney Jim Clevenger brought up the delinquent property taxes for 415 Lake Shore Drive in Culver.   The County Treasurer sent an email to the county attorney and commissioners on the issue. The property, formerly known as the City Tavern burned in a blazing fire in October of...
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Thursday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

February 4, 2021
Thursday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Thursday that 2,403 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 633,690 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. In the Indiana Department of Health Marshall...
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Marshall County EMA Offers Bitter Cold Weather Safety Tips

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February 4, 2021
Marshall County EMA Offers Bitter Cold Weather Safety Tips

Marshall County EMA released tips as a cold front will begin to usher in colder temperatures on Saturday and into early next week. Temperatures will drop considerably as arctic air deepens. High temperatures on Saturday will likely be the low teens, while lows are forecast to be -1 degrees. Wind chill values may fall...
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Walorski Votes Against Speaker Pelosi’s Partisan Budget Resolution

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February 4, 2021
Walorski Votes Against Speaker Pelosi’s Partisan Budget Resolution

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) released the following statement after voting against H.Con.Res. 11, the fiscal year 2021 budget resolution: “Republicans are ready to work on commonsense, targeted solutions to get Americans back to work, kids back to school, small businesses back on their feet, and life back to normal. Instead, Speaker Pelosi is...
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Wrestling is all in the family at the Smith house

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February 4, 2021
Wrestling is all in the family at the Smith house

PLYMOUTH – There is a common thread that runs through Plymouth wrestling these days and that thread is named Smith. Call out the name at practice and you will see at least 5 heads turn starting with first-year head coach Travis Smith. The second would be one of his assistant coaches, oldest son Gavin,...
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Bremen splits at Academy

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February 4, 2021
Bremen splits at Academy

Bremen splits at Academy CULVER – The swim team split a decision at the Northwood/Culver Academy meet at the Culver Academy Aquatics Center. Notable Bremen individuals were senior Jacob Fish, junior Lextin Willis, sophomores Keegan Miller and Seth Nettrouer, and freshman Cameron Butler. Fish beat his personal best in the 500 Free (6:07.13) by...
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Girls Basketball State Finals changed to Friday-Saturday format

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February 4, 2021
Girls Basketball State Finals changed to Friday-Saturday format

Bankers Life Fieldhouse to host one game Friday evening, three on Saturday INDIANAPOLIS – Commissioner Paul Neidig announced today that this year’s IHSAA Girls Basketball State Finals will be played over two days later this month to ensure an even safer environment for teams and the limited number of spectators in attendance. The four...
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Young Joins Call to Move 2022 Olympic Games Out of Communist China

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February 4, 2021
Young Joins Call to Move 2022 Olympic Games Out of Communist China

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Rick Scott (R-Fla.) introduced a resolution calling on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to move the 2022 Winter Olympics out of Communist China and rebid it to another country unless Beijing immediately addresses its egregious and numerous violations of human rights. Senators Mike Braun (R-Ind.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Tom Cotton...
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Plymouth vs Goshen canceled

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February 4, 2021
Plymouth vs Goshen canceled

Tonight’s boys basketball game between Plymouth and Goshen has been cancelled. A reschedule date has NOT been determined just yet.
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Attorney General Todd Rokita Leads Multistate Effort To Protect Ability To Combat Robocalls

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February 4, 2021
Attorney General Todd Rokita Leads Multistate Effort To Protect Ability To Combat Robocalls

Attorney General Todd Rokita is leading a multi-state action to overturn a federal court decision and ensure state attorneys general can effectively fight robocalls. Thirty-five attorneys general are part of a bipartisan coalition led by Attorney General Rokita and North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein. The participating states have filed an amicus brief arguing that...
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Holcomb Statement On $12.5 Million Opioid Settlement

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February 4, 2021
Holcomb Statement On $12.5 Million Opioid Settlement

Governor Eric J. Holcomb gave the following statement regarding today’s announcement of Indiana’s $12.5 million settlement with McKinsey & Company, resolving investigations into the company’s role in profiting from the opioid epidemic: “From the first day of my administration, I made combating the drug epidemic a top priority, and that includes holding accountable those...
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What’s Your Opinion 2-4-21 (Laura Mann co-host/Swan Lake)

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February 4, 2021


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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT AT 4 PM TODAY THRU 10 AM FRIDAY

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February 4, 2021
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT AT 4 PM TODAY THRU 10 AM FRIDAY

The National Weather Service in North Webster has included Marshall County in a Winter Weather Advisory which goes into effect at 4 pm this afternoon and continues until 10 am on Friday. We are currently under an “Advisory” Level travel advisory. THREAT: A mix of rain and snow will develop this afternoon, changing to...
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Commissioners Consider Old Civil Defense for Building & Grounds Instead of Plum Street

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February 3, 2021
Commissioners Consider Old Civil Defense for Building & Grounds Instead of Plum Street

While the Marshall County Commissioners have been interested in acquiring the vacant building at 716 North Plum Street for the Building & Grounds Department, on Monday another option was brought to the table. County Attorney Jim Clevenger told the commissioners Monday the county does not qualify for a MACOG environmental inspection of the property....
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Joint Works Session for Commissioners & Council on Thursday

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February 3, 2021
Joint Works Session for Commissioners & Council on Thursday

The Marshall County Commissioners and County Council members will convene for a special joint work session on Thursday, February 4th. The work session will be held in the 3rd floor meeting room of the County Building beginning at 9 a.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss House Bill 1311 which is specific...
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Plymouth BZA Approves Variances for New Dollar General at Kingston & Jefferson

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February 3, 2021
Plymouth BZA Approves Variances for New Dollar General at Kingston & Jefferson

It looks like the City of Plymouth will be getting a brand new Dollar General store on the city’s east side. During Tuesday’s Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals meeting, representatives of Zaremba Land Development from Lakewood Ohio presented plans to construct a stand-alone Dollar General store in the north west corner of the shopping...
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Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Approves 2 Renewals

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February 3, 2021
Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Approves 2 Renewals

Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission held their monthly meeting online Tuesday morning. Members present included Michelle Traugber with the Indiana State Excise Police, and local members Maria Keller, Bryan Howard and Jan Fisher On the agenda were two automatic renewals for Plymouth Walmart and VFW Post 8972 in Bremen. With both establishments having no...
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Donato: Bill to Allow Conservancy District Boards to meet Electronically Passes Senate

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February 3, 2021
Donato: Bill to Allow Conservancy District Boards to meet Electronically Passes Senate

A bill authored by State Senator Stacey Donato (R-Logansport) that would allow conservancy district boards to meet electronically unanimously passed the Senate Tuesday. Under current law, a conservancy district grants landowners the ability, through a circuit court process, to organize a special taxing district to solve specific local issues related to water resource management;...
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County Park Board to Meet Thursday Evening, Public Welcome

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February 3, 2021
County Park Board to Meet Thursday Evening, Public Welcome

Members of the Marshall County Park Board will meet Thursday evening at 6 p.m. in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting include an update on the Mill Pond Mountain Bike Trail and an update on the historic trustee log cabin on State Road 17.  Under new business the...
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