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HEMINGER HOUSE TELETHON on WTCA APRIL 26TH

March 19, 2019
HEMINGER HOUSE TELETHON on WTCA APRIL 26TH

Originally scheduled earlier in the month, The Heminger House has partnered with WTCA AM 1050 & FM 106.1 to raise money during Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Awareness Month. Join them LIVE on WTCA on Friday, April 26th from 11 AM to 4 PM to hear all about the shelter and what Marshall County...
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City Officer Arrests Plymouth Man of Driving Without a License

March 19, 2019
City Officer Arrests Plymouth Man of Driving Without a License

A Plymouth man was arrested on Saturday, March 16th for Operator Never Licensed. About 5 p.m. on Saturday, Officer Krynock initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle being driven by 34 year old Almendarez-Zelaya for a traffic infraction. During the traffic stop it was discovered that the driver was operating the vehicle having never...
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Young Rated Among Most Bipartisan Senators by Lugar Center

March 19, 2019
Young Rated Among Most Bipartisan Senators by Lugar Center

WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) was named the 7th most bipartisan senator by the Lugar Center, a non-profit led by former Indiana Senator Richard Lugar. Senator Young released the following statement. “Hoosiers sent me to Washington to address the issues that matter to them,” Senator Young said. “The only way to do that effectively is to...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Return To Full-Staff

March 19, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Return To Full-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be returned to full-staff at sunset on Tuesday after lowering them last week to honor former U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh.
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Statewide Tornado Siren Activation on Tuesday

March 18, 2019
Statewide Tornado Siren Activation on Tuesday

This morning, the Indiana tornado drill will take place about 10:15. Indiana State Police, Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Indiana Department of Education, Indiana Broadcasters Association, American Red Cross, and Amateur Radio Operators will conduct the test, according to the National Weather Service. Outdoor warning sirens will sound, but those are only meant to...
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Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Committee Asks Citizens to Complete 2 Minute Survey

March 18, 2019
Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Committee Asks Citizens to Complete 2 Minute Survey

Earlier this month, the steering committee for the Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Project announced they would submit an application for this year’s award opportunity.  As most of you know, the county submitted an application last year and was selected as one of six finalists to submit a regional list of projects for the program. ...
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Featured Farmers Announced for 2019 Indiana State Fair, Jill & Brian Houin from Marshall County’s Homestead Dairy Featured

March 18, 2019
Featured Farmers Announced for 2019 Indiana State Fair, Jill & Brian Houin from Marshall County’s Homestead Dairy Featured

The Indiana State Fair and Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™, are proud to announce the Featured Farmers being honored at this year’s Indiana State Fair. In its fifth year, this program celebrates and helps put a face on Hoosier agriculture by connecting consumers with farmers. The 17 farm operations represent all regions of the...
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Commissioners & Council Approve Grant Application for Fingerprint Machine

March 18, 2019
Commissioners & Council Approve Grant Application for Fingerprint Machine

Ward Byers, Director of Operations for Marshall County Community Corrections appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday seeking permission to apply for a grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.  He said the dollars are passed down to the states from the federal government. The $20,000 grant does not require a local match and...
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PHS BPA Competes at State Leadership Conference, 8 Move on to Nationals

March 18, 2019
PHS BPA Competes at State Leadership Conference, 8 Move on to Nationals

Plymouth High School Business Professionals of America (BPA), attended the 52nd Annual State Leadership Conference (SLC) in Indianapolis at the downtown Marriott earlier this month. PHS business teacher Gene Skirvin, a PHS BPA advisor, attended the two-day conference that began on March 13 with 19 PHS students who competed against other students from across...
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Suspicious Vehicle Investigation Leads to Arrests of Two Plymouth Men

March 18, 2019
Suspicious Vehicle Investigation Leads to Arrests of Two Plymouth Men

Officer Smith with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on a reported suspicious vehicle Sunday, March 17th at approximately 1:48 AM in the 10,600 block of Tyler Road in Bremen. After an investigation 26 year old Tyler Southwell of Plymouth was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of methamphetamine.  He...
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