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Jordan Announces Indiana’s Online Marketplace Offering PPE Help To Small Businesses& Nonprofits

May 19, 2020
Jordan Announces Indiana’s Online Marketplace Offering PPE Help To Small Businesses& Nonprofits

Local small businesses and nonprofits can now utilize the state’s new online marketplace to request personal protective equipment, according to State Rep. Jack Jordan (R-Bremen). He said as businesses resume operations, those unable to source and procure PPE on their own can go online to backontrack.in.gov/ppemarketplace.htm to order masks, face shields and hand sanitizer....
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Daryl Wayne Holycross

May 19, 2020
Daryl Wayne Holycross

Daryl Wayne Holycross (72) passed away peacefully on May 17, 2020, following complications from an extended Illness. Born November 16, 1947 in Mishawaka to Wayne A. and Katherine Ruth (Lozier) Holycross, Daryl graduated from Mishawaka High School in 1966. Daryl lived in the Mishawaka/South Bend area until 1996 when he moved to Plymouth and...
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David’s Courage Inspire Courage Day Impacted By COVID-19

May 18, 2020
David’s Courage Inspire Courage Day Impacted By COVID-19

Like many events over the last few weeks, due to COVID-19, David’s Courage’s Inspire Courage Day open house celebration was not able to take place earlier this month. In 2019, Mayor Mark Senter declared the first Sunday in May as “Inspire Courage Day” for Plymouth Indiana. Gregg Erickson, Board President of David’s Courage states...
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Marshall County Provides Mental Health and COVID-19 Resources

May 18, 2020
Marshall County Provides Mental Health and COVID-19 Resources

The Bowen Center of Indiana recognizes that in these trying times our students, families and community members will be needing access to Mental Health services more than ever. As Indiana’s largest Community Mental Health Center recognizes this current need, the Bowen Center will now be offering Telephonic Counseling services statewide for all Hoosiers. As...
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Traffic Stop Leads To The Arrest Of A Bristol Man

May 18, 2020
Traffic Stop Leads To The Arrest Of A Bristol Man

On Friday, May 15th at 12:07 AM, Marshall County Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of Autozone in Plymouth on a red 1997 Ford F250. The driver of the vehicle identified as 31 year old, Justin L. Gibbs of Bristol was found to be operating the vehicle under the influence...
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Spring Tax Collection Reminder To Tax Payers

May 18, 2020
Spring Tax Collection Reminder To Tax Payers

Marshall County Treasurer Angie Birchmeier would like to remind taxpayers who were unable to make their tax payment on-time that per Governor Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order of March 19, 2020 which dictates that counties waive property tax penalties for 60 days after the due date of NON-ESCROW tax bills only. If the taxpayer has...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Residents Participate In Morse Code Puzzle

May 18, 2020
Miller’s Assisted Living Residents Participate In Morse Code Puzzle

Residents at Miller’s Assisted Living Recently participated in a Morse Code activity to celebrate the birth of its inventor, Samuel Finley Breese Morse. He was not only the inventor of the Morse Code but also a painter and an inventor of many other creations. Each resident was a given a card with the dots...
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Motorcylcle Accident Claims The Life Of A Lakeville Man

May 18, 2020
Motorcylcle Accident Claims The Life Of A Lakeville Man

On Friday, May 15th at 8:01 PM, Lapaz EMS, Fire and Marshall County Police were dispatched to the area of 1st Road and Pine Road for a single vehicle injury accident involving a motorcycle. During the investigation, it was found that a black 2005 Harley Davidson Motorcycle operated by 39 year old, Adam L....
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Keep Wild Life Wild This Spring

May 18, 2020
Keep Wild Life Wild This Spring

This is the time of the year when you may start to notice nests and dens occupied by young wildlife around your home. If you do, help keep wildlife wild by remembering the following if you encounter a young animal alone: • Adult animals rarely abandon their young. Parents often leave young unattended for...
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Pro-Life Scholarship Available

May 18, 2020
Pro-Life Scholarship Available

Hoosier students with proven pro-life involvement who are pursuing a college degree are eligible for the Thomas Marzen Memorial Scholarship. Selected student leaders will be provided up to $1,000 per year. Marzen, who passed away in 2007, was referred to as a “walking encyclopedia of the pro-life movement” by his colleagues. Active for over...
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Argos School To Hold Graduation July 12th

May 18, 2020
Argos School To Hold Graduation July 12th

Argos Community Schools will hold graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 on Sunday, July 12th at 2:00 p.m. The school will be consulting with area and state health departments during the time leading up to the graduation to determine any restrictions limiting the number of guests in attendance, the location of the event,...
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James Martin

May 18, 2020
James Martin

James Martin, 71, Plymouth, passed away May 17, 2020. He was born January 26, 1949 to George and Elizabeth Martin. He is survived by his sister, Barbara Martin, of Rochester, Indiana.   Burial will be at St Michael’s Catholic Cemetery, Plymouth, Indiana.  Arrangements are entrusted to Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home, Plymouth, Indiana. No public...
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Indiana State Department Of Health Update

May 18, 2020
Indiana State Department Of Health Update

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 492 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 28,255 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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Sandra K. (Sandy) Ellinger

May 16, 2020
Sandra K. (Sandy) Ellinger

Sandra K. (Sandy) Ellinger (76) passed away on May 13, 2020 at 3:21p.m. at the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Mishawaka, Indiana. Sandy was born the daughter of Clarence and Eleanor (Dillingham) Metheny on August 14, 1943, in Bourbon, Indiana. She was a lifelong resident of Bourbon. She was a 1961 graduate of...
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REES Solar Donation Goes Through the Roof!

May 15, 2020
REES Solar Donation Goes Through the Roof!

It has been a busy three years for The REES Project Committee and through the generosity of many, this project continues to move forward with sights set on a celebratory re-opening in the Spring of 2021 which is some good news to look forward to. The REES is nearing the completion of Phase 3...
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BMV Announces Memorial Day Hours

May 15, 2020
BMV Announces Memorial Day Hours

All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle (BMV) branches will be closed Saturday, May 23 through Monday, May 25 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Branch appointments will resume Tuesday, May 26. As a reminder, all customers are required to have an appointment before visiting a branch. The appointment scheduler is available on the...
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Town Of Culver Scheduled To Flush Hydrants

May 15, 2020
Town Of Culver Scheduled To Flush Hydrants

Beginning Monday, June 1, the Town of Culver will begin flushing fire hydrants. The process will continue throughout the week. Please be advised that residents may experience some discoloration of the water during this process. This is only temporary. If the water is rusty in color, turn on an outside faucet to clear the...
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Shooting Ranges Reopening

May 15, 2020
Shooting Ranges Reopening

Starting the week of May 18, most DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife-owned shooting ranges will begin to reopen. All facilities will be following COVID-19 social distancing and cleaning requirements. Restrictions will reduce the number of recreational shooters on the shooting ranges at a given time. Atterbury Fish & Wildlife Area’s shooting range will...
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Operation Round Up Continues To Support Community

May 15, 2020
Operation Round Up Continues To Support Community

On Tuesday, May 12, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded $6,050 to three organizations. The Marshall County Crossroads (MCC) Regional Planning Team, Inc. in partnership with United Way & Marshall County Community Foundation received funding to assist with their “Fund the Essentials” campaign. The United Way COVID-19 fund will help the...
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Plymouth High School Music Department Announces 2020 Student Award Recipients

May 15, 2020
Plymouth High School Music Department Announces 2020 Student Award Recipients

Every year the Plymouth High School music department holds a celebration on an evening in May to recognize and honor band, choir, and orchestra students for their hard work and commitment throughout the school year. This year’s celebration was slated to take part this week on Thursday, May 14, however due to the nation-wide...
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