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Upcoming shows at Wild Rose Moon

July 21, 2017
Upcoming shows at Wild Rose Moon

Nashville recording artist, Shannon LaBrie will be in Plymouth on Saturday afternoon for recording of The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour.  Rolling Stone magazine called her one of the most important young country artists to watch. One of her song topped the Indie charts recently.  On top of that she’s just a really interesting and gutsy songwriter with a...
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Grovertown Man Held on Lake County Warrant by Plymouth Police

July 20, 2017
Grovertown Man Held on Lake County Warrant by Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Officer Krynock was dispatched to a disabled vehicle in the roadway on US 30 Thursday evening about 5:30. When he arrived on the scene, the driver, 32 year old Justin Dean Hall of Grovertown was returning to the vehicle.  A check of his information showed an active felony warrant through Lake County....
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Bremen Police Arrest LaCrosse Man on Warrant & DWS

July 20, 2017
Bremen Police Arrest LaCrosse Man on Warrant & DWS

A LaCrosse man was arrested by Bremen Tuesday afternoon. 31 year old Thomas J. Slattery Jr. was stopped at 5th Road west of State Road 331 about 3:55 by Patrolman Jared Siple.  During the investigation is was determined that Slattery was Driving While Suspended with a prior charge and had an active warrant through...
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May 2017 Jail Report

July 20, 2017
May 2017 Jail Report

Sheriff Matt Hassel recently released the May 2017Jail Report. Looking at the top 10 reasons why individuals were lodged in the Marshall County Jail in May.  Starting at the bottom and working up you find Civil at number 10, Probation Violation at number 9, Court Order Hearings was number 8 and Theft was 7th. ...
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Redevelopment Commission Asked to Fund Downstream Study on Schuh Ditch

July 20, 2017
Redevelopment Commission Asked to Fund Downstream Study on Schuh Ditch

Dave Miller from Vanco Development asked members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission to fund a study to determine the impact of a culvert replacement project under Pioneer Drive.  The study would determine the impact to properties downstream from the culvert to Oak Road along the Schuh Ditch. Cost for the study would be up...
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County’s Chip and Seal Road Projects Get Underway on Monday

July 20, 2017
County’s Chip and Seal Road Projects Get Underway on Monday

The Marshall County Highway Department will begin their chip seal road projects next week.  The past couple of county highway workers have been preparing several of the roads for the new surface. Major roads scheduled for the chip and seal process include Overmyer Drive from State Road 17 to the city limits, Olive Trail,...
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Commissioners to Conduct Public Auction on Surplus County Equipment

July 20, 2017
Commissioners to Conduct Public Auction on Surplus County Equipment

The question on how to dispose of the old paver at the County Highway sparked a discussion on the possibility of an auction during Monday’s Commissioner meeting. Laurie Baker, Administrator for the highway department told the commissioners they have a couple of options.  The county could consign the old paver with Caterpillar for 4%,...
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Donnelly Statement on CBO Score of Senate Health Care Repeal Bill

July 20, 2017
Donnelly Statement on CBO Score of Senate Health Care Repeal Bill

  Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following after the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its analysis of Senate legislation that would repeal the existing health care law. Donnelly said, “Today’s (7-20-19) non-partisan CBO report confirms that repealing the existing health care law would be utterly devastating for Hoosiers. Premiums would...
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Walorski Demands Answers After Indiana Prescriber Writes $1.1 Million in Opioid Prescriptions

July 20, 2017
Walorski Demands Answers After Indiana Prescriber Writes $1.1 Million in Opioid Prescriptions

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday questioned Medicare’s top fraud prevention official about how safeguards failed to prevent a doctor in Indiana from prescribing more than $1 million in opioids to 108 patients under Medicare’s prescription drug program. At a hearing of the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee, Walorski asked Johnathan Morse,...
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Luton Hickerson, 82, of Hertford, England

July 20, 2017
Luton Hickerson, 82, of Hertford, England

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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