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Triton Kindergarten Students Meet Local Leaders

September 20, 2018
Triton Kindergarten Students Meet Local Leaders

Kindergarten students at Triton Elementary School in Mrs. Potters class had the opportunity to meet many of our local leaders last week. Each of the leaders had the great privilege of reading with the students and talking a little bit about their jobs. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “If you ever need a stress reliever,...
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County Expresses Frustration with FEMA

September 19, 2018
County Expresses Frustration with FEMA

Marshall County officials are frustrated with the FEMA reimbursement process for local funds expended during the February flooding. During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting, Commissioner Kevin Overmyer said the Highway Department, Surveyor and EMA department heads have spent countless hours working to meet the requirements of FEMA by preparing documents and providing information on the...
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Elkhart Man Arrested by City Police for OWI, Obstruction and Resisting

September 19, 2018
Elkhart Man Arrested by City Police for OWI, Obstruction and Resisting

On Saturday, September 15th Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold arrested 37 year old Justin Geddes of Elkhart at approximately 4:50 in the afternoon. Geddes was stopped on a traffic stop in the area of Oak Road and Jefferson Street.   After an investigation Mr. Geddes was arrested for OWI, obstruction of justice, and resisting law...
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Cultice Appeals to County Health Board for Pump and Haul Permit

September 19, 2018
Cultice Appeals to County Health Board for Pump and Haul Permit

Craig and Valerie Cultice presented an appeal before the Marshall County Health Board on Tuesday evening.  The appeal was to allow them to pump and haul waste from a property they inherited on Wolf Lake. Health Department Administrator Christine Stinson told the board the Roger P. Bruett Trust has explored several options but have...
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PHS 2018 Homecoming Queen Candidates & Spirit Week

September 19, 2018
PHS 2018 Homecoming Queen Candidates & Spirit Week

Good luck to the five Plymouth High School seniors who are vying for the crown this Friday evening at the 2018 PHS fall homecoming! Those seniors who were nominated to be on the 2018 fall homecoming court are as follows: Mary Beatty, Makena Carmichael, Kaitlyn Carothers, Olyvia Clark, and Kelsey Owen. All five candidates...
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Falloween Fest At John Glenn High School this Weekend

September 19, 2018
Falloween Fest At John Glenn High School this Weekend

The 10th Annual Falloween Fest at John Glen High School in Walkerton is this weekend, Friday, September 21th thought Sunday, September 23rd. This is a fundraiser for the high school and provides scholarships for students.  In fact, from 2009 to 2017 over $240,000 has been raised help students further their education after high school....
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Young Votes for Military Pay Raises, Pell Grants, Opioid Funding and Other Indiana Priorities in Appropriations Package

September 19, 2018
Young Votes for Military Pay Raises, Pell Grants, Opioid Funding and Other Indiana Priorities in Appropriations Package

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Tuesday voted for several Indiana priorities in the Defense/Labor-HHS-Education minibus, which passed the Senate on a 93-7 vote. This package funds the government through December 7, 2018, avoiding a government shutdown, and includes increased funding for military pay raises, Pell Grants, and efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, among other Indiana priorities....
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66 Year Old Plymouth Woman Arrested for OWI

September 19, 2018
66 Year Old Plymouth Woman Arrested for OWI

66 year old Debra Davis of Plymouth was arrested on September 14th at approximately 10:45 PM following a traffic stop near the intersection of Hoham Drive and North Michigan Street. Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold conducted the traffic stop and after an investigation arrested Davis for operating motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) and incarcerated...
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Walorski Statement on Tariff Announcement

September 19, 2018
Walorski Statement on Tariff Announcement

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday released the following statement after the Trump administration announced additional tariffs on Chinese imports: “We need to hold China accountable for its unfair trade practices, but I am increasingly concerned about the harmful impact tariffs are having on Hoosier farmers and manufacturers. It’s time for President Trump and...
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Warsaw Man Airlifted from Crash on 9th Road

September 19, 2018
Warsaw Man Airlifted from Crash on 9th Road

A Warsaw man was airlifted for injuries sustained in a single vehicle crash Wednesday morning. Marshall County Police Officer Les McFarland investigated the crash in the 16,000 block of 9th Road about 1:10 a.m.  40 year old Jeffery Lee Yakimicki was traveling westbound on 9th Road in a 1996 Ford pickup truck when he...
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