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31st Annual Juried Regional Art Exhibit Call for Entries

August 15, 2019
31st Annual Juried Regional Art Exhibit Call for Entries

Heartland Artists Gallery in Plymouth has a call for entries for its annual Juried Regional Art Exhibit held in October. This annual show brings in artists from all over Northern Indiana and surrounding states to compete for show prizes and purchase awards. The cost to enter is $10 per entry and must be an...
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Walorski Announces $1M Grant to Combat Opioid Crisis in Starke County

August 15, 2019
Walorski Announces $1M Grant to Combat Opioid Crisis in Starke County

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday announced a $1 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to support efforts by Porter-Starke Services and the Starke Taskforce for Overdose Prevention (STOP) to combat the opioid epidemic in Starke County. “The opioid crisis is one of the most serious challenges facing our...
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K County’s NET 43 Team Arrests Silver Lake Man with Over $42,000 of Meth

August 15, 2019
K County’s NET 43 Team Arrests Silver Lake Man with Over $42,000 of Meth

Following a lengthy, comprehensive investigation, Kosciusko County’s unified narcotics investigation unit, NET 43 officers executed a controlled purchase of one ounce of methamphetamine in Silver Lake, on Tuesday. Following the transaction, a traffic stop was conducted on the prime suspect, 26 year old Cory Krider of Silver Lake. The traffic stop resulted in the...
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County Council Agrees to Fund Patio Repair Project with Additional Appropriation

August 14, 2019
County Council Agrees to Fund Patio Repair Project with Additional Appropriation

Monday morning the Marshall County Council gave Doug Masterson, head of the County’s Building and Grounds the funding needed to repair the water issue from the patio on the east side of the Courthouse. The commissioners approved the project that will keep water from seeping into the basement of the Courthouse.  told the council...
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Wire Fabrication Startup Establishing Operations in North Central Indiana

August 14, 2019
Wire Fabrication Startup Establishing Operations in North Central Indiana

Sequel Wire and Cable (Sequel), a startup wire and cable company, announced plans today to launch its operations at the Argos Manufacturing Center in Marshall County. The company plans to begin building its team early next year. “Indiana has the most concentrated production workforce in the nation, and if you combine that with our...
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Federal Grant awarded to Indiana PSAPs to enhance 911 Equipment, Marshall County Sheriff’s Dept. Recipient

August 14, 2019
Federal Grant awarded to Indiana PSAPs to enhance 911 Equipment, Marshall County Sheriff’s Dept. Recipient

Twenty-nine PSAPs (Public Safety Answering Points) across Indiana will benefit from a $2.8M Federal Grant to enhance their 911 Equipment. The purpose of the 911 Grant Program, provided by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is to provide Federal funding to support the transition of PSAPs and their...
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Baltes Arrested at Dollar General for Public Intox.

August 14, 2019
Baltes Arrested at Dollar General for Public Intox.

45 year old Larry Baltes of Bremen was arrested by Plymouth Police Officer Zack Wallace at 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 14th for Public Intoxication at the Dollar General store on Michigan Street. Mr. Baltes was transported to the Marshall County Jail.     Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an...
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Chip and Seal Delayed on SR 110

August 14, 2019
Chip and Seal Delayed on SR 110

INDOT announced that the chip and fog seal project on State Road 110 along the Marshall/Fulton County line will be delayed due to weather problems. Work on the project was supposed to begin on Monday but was delayed until Wednesday. INDOT had originally projected to have the project complete by Friday evening, but that...
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Brad Morcombe Arrested for PI

August 14, 2019
Brad Morcombe Arrested for PI

Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the report of a male subject that was in the back yard of a residence in the 1,000 block of West LaPorte Street Tuesday night about 10:45. The officer located a male in the backyard of a residence.  He was identified as 47 year old...
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City Discussed Changing Webster Alley Back to Gravel

August 14, 2019
City Discussed Changing Webster Alley Back to Gravel

Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt addressed a request to make improvements to an alley in the 200 block of Webster Avenue during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Ellen Gaines asked to have improvements made to the alley that was paved years ago but is no in need of attention. Marquardt...
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