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Theives Steal Antique Advertisement Off Barn

July 18, 2018
Theives Steal Antique Advertisement Off Barn

On Tuesday afternoon, July 17, it was reported to the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department that a large advertisement for “Mail Pouch Tobacco” had been stolen off of an older shed in the 6000 block of Lincoln Highway.  This advertisement was painted on the side of the shed`s individual wood planks with each individual plank...
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Alaniz Arrested by Bremen Police

July 18, 2018
Alaniz Arrested by Bremen Police

Bremen Police Officer Troy Ulch arrested a South Bend man Tuesday night following a traffic stop. Just after 10, 29 year old Andrew L. Alaniz was stopped at US 6 and Elm Road. Officer Ulch arrested Alaniz for Operating a Vehicle on a Controlled Substance and for Possession of Marijuana.  He was held in...
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Donnelly Questions Fed Chair Powell on How Opioid Epidemic is Impacting Workforce Participation

July 18, 2018
Donnelly Questions Fed Chair Powell on How Opioid Epidemic is Impacting Workforce Participation

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, Tuesday at a Banking Committee hearing, questioned the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Jay Powell about the impact of the opioid abuse epidemic on workforce participation and the economy. This is an issue that has long concerned Donnelly as the opioid public health crisis continues to harm Hoosier communities. Last...
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Senator Young Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

July 18, 2018
Senator Young Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Tuesday issued the following statement after meeting with Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to serve as Supreme Court justice: “Today, I had the opportunity to sit down with Judge Kavanaugh and discuss a wide range of issues that are important to Hoosiers, including his approach to interpreting the...
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Genealogy ROCKS! at the Culver Library this Saturday

July 18, 2018
Genealogy ROCKS! at the Culver Library this Saturday

Genealogy ROCKS! will be held at the Culver-Union Township Public Library this Saturday July 21, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. in the Children’s Room. (This is a time change due to the parade.) This limited-seating event is designed for elementary students ages 8-11 years of age. There will be books, crafts, snacks, and take-home papers, as you learn how...
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Long Awaited Projects Soon to Make a Splash in Plymouth

July 18, 2018
Long Awaited Projects Soon to Make a Splash in Plymouth

Years of planning, strategic financing, and unique partnerships with 13 separate entities are resulting in 2 exceptional projects coming to Plymouth and Marshall County. These partnerships include 2 for-profit agencies, 3 not-for-profits, the City of Plymouth, 2 educational institutions, 3 newly established not-for-profits to manage the project, and 2 additional public-sector funding programs. The...
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Miller gets Checkered Flag on 16th Birthday

July 18, 2018
Miller gets Checkered Flag on 16th Birthday

Green flag racing was the theme for Saturday’s feature racing at Plymouth Speedway. Even the 600 mini sprints that had the biggest incident of the evening waited till the final lap bringing out the checkered and red flag. Noah Miller collected the feature win on his birthday from his front row starting position. The final lap...
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City Hall Reno Project Behind Schedule

July 18, 2018
City Hall Reno Project Behind Schedule

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission reorganized after Mayor Mark Senter read a letter of resignation from Dan Tyree.  Tyree, who served as President of the commission said he recently moved outside the city limits disqualifying him from being a member of the commission. Craig Hopple, Assistant Principal at Lincoln Junior High School was appointed by...
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THE ARTS CONTINUE TO GROW AT Boys & Girls Club

July 17, 2018
THE ARTS CONTINUE TO GROW AT Boys & Girls Club

The kids from the Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth put their finishing touch on the new mural, entitled “Giving Tree,” Tuesday, July 17. This beautiful mural is located at the entrance to the new facility. The “Giving Tree” is a graphic representation of a life sized tree that keeps on giving: the roots...
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County Drainage Board Discusses Tile Damage by Century Link

July 17, 2018
County Drainage Board Discusses Tile Damage by Century Link

The Marshall County Drainage Board welcomed new citizen member David Stults to their meeting Monday morning. The Drainage Board was updated on damage to the Lawrence Pontius Tile arm on 1st Road. Work by the highway department shows that Century Link installed a fiber optic cable right through the clay tile. The spring flooding...
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