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Kathy Bottorff


Walter A. “Mike” Taylor, 91, of Plymouth

December 6, 2019

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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

December 6, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags in the state of Indiana to be flown at half-staff for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from midnight to midnight on Saturday, December 7. Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents in Indiana to lower their flags to half-staff on Saturday.
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Two Arrested on Hoham Drive Thursday Night

December 6, 2019
Two Arrested on Hoham Drive Thursday Night

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 800 Hoham Drive Thursday evening about 8:30 for a fight at that location with an injured male. City officers arrived and located the injured man who was immediately provided with medical attention. While officers were conducting an investigation they located methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia throughout the residence. Jeremy...
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Jordan Congratulates Marshall County on Stellar Communities Designation

December 6, 2019
Jordan Congratulates Marshall County on Stellar Communities Designation

“Marshall County and the cities and towns within it have worked hard to make our community a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. This designation is an incredible honor, and the funding awarded will empower our area to continue growing and improving. I am proud to call Marshall County home, and...
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Tip to County Police Lands Michigan Man in the Marshall County Jail

December 5, 2019
Tip to County Police Lands Michigan Man in the Marshall County Jail

A Michigan Man suspected of home invasions in Michigan is in the Marshall County Jail after a tip. On Thursday December 5th, at approximately 1:20 in the morning the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was informed of the whereabouts of 29 year old Kiler Blaine Bramer who is suspected in home invasions in and near...
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MARSHALL COUNTY CROSSROADS RECEIVES STELLAR COMMUNITIES DESIGNATION

December 5, 2019
MARSHALL COUNTY CROSSROADS RECEIVES STELLAR COMMUNITIES DESIGNATION

If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes six towns and one county to create a stellar community. That’s exactly what Marshall County Crossroads accomplished through a collaboration made up of the towns of Argos, Bremen, Bourbon, Culver, LaPaz, Plymouth, and local townships and Marshall County with its effort to be...
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Plymouth HS Music Department presents the 10th annual CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR

December 5, 2019
Plymouth HS Music Department presents the 10th annual CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR

On Friday and Saturday, December 6th and 7th, the Plymouth High School Music Department will present the 10th annual Christmas Spectacular program. This production will all of the students in the band, choir, and orchestra programs and the many ensembles within each of those departments. The first-ever Christmas Spectacular was held in 2009 with...
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South Bend Man Arrested at Hospital for Resisting, PI, Battery and Disorderly Conduct

December 5, 2019
South Bend Man Arrested at Hospital for Resisting, PI, Battery and Disorderly Conduct

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the Saint Joseph Hospital on State Road 17 for the a report of a male subject who was fighting with people. Officers arrived on scene and discovered that 30 year old Zachary M. Stults of South Bend was in the parking lot. While attempting to place Stults into...
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Washington Discovery Academy Spotlight School for New Tech Network

December 5, 2019
Washington Discovery Academy Spotlight School for New Tech Network

Washington Discovery Academy has been named a New Tech Network spotlight school for social-emotional learning. During the Plymouth School Board meeting on Tuesday, WDA Principal Lauren Cooper shared a video highlighting the process for receiving the award and comments from WDA staff who helped with the application to New Tech. Cooper said, “It was...
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Darren Smith Arrested by City Police for Intimidation

December 5, 2019
Darren Smith Arrested by City Police for Intimidation

Officers with the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to 223 West Adams Street Monday December 2nd at 8 p.m. for the report of a domestic situation. Through an investigation by Officer Emenhiser it was discovered that 22 year old Darren M. Smith had intimidated the victim with a weapon. Smith was placed into custody...
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Young Urges Olympic Committee to Hold China Accountable and Ensure Human Rights at 2022 Beijing Olympics

December 5, 2019
Young Urges Olympic Committee to Hold China Accountable and Ensure Human Rights at 2022 Beijing Olympics

Thursday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and a bipartisan group of Senators on a letter urging the International Olympic Committee to implement its Host City Contract requirements in time for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. The new guidelines, among other requirements, hold host cities to international human...
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Owner of Medical Transportation Company Sentenced for Money Laundering and Medicaid fraud

December 5, 2019
Owner of Medical Transportation Company Sentenced for Money Laundering and Medicaid fraud

A Miami County woman who owns a medical transportation company was sentenced Thursday after the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) brought formal charges of money laundering and Medicaid fraud. As part of a plea agreement, Patricia Schaaf received a four-year sentence with two years executed on home detention and two years on...
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Marshall County is STELLAR!

December 5, 2019
Marshall County is STELLAR!

Today, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch announced Marshall County Crossroads as the 2019 Stellar Communities Designee. “I am so proud of Marshall County Crossroads and the work they have done to improve the quality of life for all their residents, and to attract new visitors,” said Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch. “This designation will further boost their...
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Health Officials Urge Marshall County Residence to Be Aware of Interactions with Bats

December 4, 2019
Health Officials Urge Marshall County Residence to Be Aware of Interactions with  Bats

The Marshall County Health Department received confirmation on Tuesday December 3, a bat had bitten a Marshall County resident and tested positive for rabies. The resident was bitten on Thursday November 26 and immediately sought medical attention. Treatment for rabies is a postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) consisting of human rabies immune globulin and rabies vaccine....
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Plymouth School Board Hears from Teachers Who Attended “Red for Ed”

December 4, 2019
Plymouth School Board Hears from Teachers Who Attended “Red for Ed”

During the December 3rd school board meeting, several Plymouth teachers shared their experiences from having attended the “Red for Ed” Rally in Indianapolis on November 19. School administrators cancelled classes on that day, as did many schools throughout the state, to allow 82 corporation members to participate. Board President Todd Samuelson indicated that there...
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Kankakee, IL Man Critically Injured in Crash at U.S. 31 & 14th Road

December 4, 2019
Kankakee, IL Man Critically Injured in Crash at U.S. 31 & 14th Road

Officer Bragg with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated a two vehicle crash at U.S. 31 and 14th Road Monday evening about 10 till 5.  Based upon the preliminary investigation, a 2014 Nissan Versa 4-door passenger car driven by Jennifer Riddle of Argos was traveling south on U.S. 31 approaching the 14th Road intersection....
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UNIT Arrested Three at Creekside Trailer Park in LaPaz

December 4, 2019
UNIT Arrested Three at Creekside Trailer Park in LaPaz

On Tuesday, December 3, Officer with the UNIT (Undercover Narcotic Investigation Team) conducted an operation in LaPaz resulting in the issuance of a search warrant for a trailer located at Creekside Mobile Home Park. During the operation Officers seized suspected marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia along with suspected methamphetamine and methamphetamine paraphernalia. Three adults were...
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PCSC Transportation Director Discusses Stop Arm Violations with School Board

December 4, 2019
PCSC Transportation Director Discusses Stop Arm Violations with School Board

Among other items, the Plymouth School Board heard a report from Transportation Director, Brandon Berger, during the regular monthly meeting on December 3. Berger has been with the transportation department for three years as the assistant director and was named director six months ago. Berger said that when the school year started, they had...
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HOLIDAY SURPRISES AT HEARTLAND ARTISTS GALLERY

December 4, 2019
HOLIDAY SURPRISES AT HEARTLAND ARTISTS GALLERY

Heartland Artists Gallery is ready for the holidays and invites the community to share in the arts this December. The featured artists this month are their very own Heartland members. The members chose the theme of Time and you will be amazed at how they have expressed and interpreted this capacious theme in their...
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THE PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB LEARNS ABOUT MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

December 4, 2019
THE PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB LEARNS ABOUT MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

Ward Byers, Director of Operations of Marshall County Community Corrections presented an overview of the program to the Plymouth Lions Club.  Byers explained the STAME, (success through appropriate and meaningful employment) which has been in existence now for one year.  The Mission Statement for Community Corrections is to provide cost effective programs utilizing evidence...
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