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Senator Young Votes for Border Security

March 17, 2019
Senator Young Votes for Border Security

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Thursday voted to protect the border and preserve President Trump’s national emergency declaration. Just last month, 76,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended or deemed inadmissible at a port of entry on our southern border; that is not counting those who crossed undetected. We are on track for 900,000 apprehensions...
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Senator Randy Head: Addressing School Funding Concerns

March 17, 2019
Senator Randy Head: Addressing School Funding Concerns

In this week’s news release Senator Randy Head said, “Recently, some concerns have been expressed about a potential change in the level of school funding because new data is suggesting that poverty levels in many districts are declining.” Since the state provides more funding for districts with higher poverty levels, those schools could see...
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County Commissioner Meeting Monday Morning

March 17, 2019
County Commissioner Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning beginning at 9:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes a decision on the purchase of vehicles for the Sheriff’s Department and consideration of an out-of-state travel request by the sheriff along with an intergovernmental agreement for housing...
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Serafin Gonzalez Aguilar Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Accident

March 17, 2019
Serafin Gonzalez Aguilar Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Accident

Officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to an accident on North Michigan Street in the area of Little Caesars Thursday morning just before noon.  The vehicle involved fled into the Northgate Trailer Park. Arriving on the scene, Officer John Weir obtained a description of the vehicle and located it and the driver...
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Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

March 17, 2019
Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County drainage Board will meet Monday morning March 18th beginning at 8:30.  The meeting is held in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Their short agenda includes a variance request on the Bowser Tile Arm, a discussion with Metropolitan Tile on the Lemler-Berger Ditch and maintenance contracts. The Drainage...
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Thompson Arrested Friday Morning for OWI

March 17, 2019
Thompson Arrested Friday Morning for OWI

Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to US 30 in the area of State Road 17 on Friday, March 15th in reference to a possibly intoxicated driver. A traffic stop was initiated about 3:30 in the morning and an investigation completed.    30 year old Joseph R. Thompson of Plymouth was arrested for Operating...
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Legion Auxiliary Donations to Plymouth Fire Department

March 17, 2019
Legion Auxiliary Donations to Plymouth Fire Department

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 27 in Plymouth donated to the City of Plymouth Department of Fire and EMS to support the Firepup Program (Fire Safety and Burn Prevention Program). With the donations they receive they will be able to supply materials to assist their department in teaching children fire safety and burn prevention....
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Severe Weather Preparedness Week Begins March 17

March 17, 2019
Severe Weather Preparedness Week Begins March 17

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) encourages Hoosiers to plan ahead for extreme weather as part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 17-23. “Severe Weather Preparedness Week serves as a great reminder of the increased potential for thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding in Indiana during the spring and early summer,” said David Hosick, director...
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Lindenwood Offers “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example”

March 15, 2019
Lindenwood Offers “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example”

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, the Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center will offer a day program entitled “Inspired by Mary: Living by Her Example.” Father Edward Looney, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will lead this day in presenting three main themes that will help participants live by Mary of Nazareth’s example: How did Mary love?...
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UPDATE: Andrew Meloy Arrested for Shots Fired Incident Thursday Night in Plymouth

March 15, 2019
UPDATE:  Andrew Meloy Arrested for Shots Fired Incident Thursday Night in Plymouth

Thursday evening about 6:30, Plymouth Police were dispatched to the area of North Michigan Street and Harrison Street for a report of shots fired. City officers arriving on the scene heard additional shots being fired from the back of 823 North Michigan Street.  City Police set up a perimeter around the residence, along with...
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