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Knox Woman Arrested Following Single Vehicle Accident Sunday at Round-a-bout

July 18, 2017
Knox Woman Arrested Following Single Vehicle Accident Sunday at Round-a-bout

Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to North Michigan Road and Veteran’s Parkway on Saturday, July 15th, just after 2 in the morning for a single vehicle accident. Officer Wozniak met with the driver and only occupant of the vehicle,  22 year old Sydney Ouding of Knox.  Ms. Ouding was...
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Miller’s Assisted Help Montgomery Family who in-turn Donate to Fire Departments

July 18, 2017
Miller’s Assisted Help Montgomery Family who in-turn Donate to Fire Departments

John and Arielle Montgomery who are friends of the residents and staff at Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth, recently lost their home to a fire. As soon as the Miller’s Assisted Living family heard about the accident the residents and staff knew they wanted to help them in their time of need.  They planned...
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Donnelly on Health Care News: “Time to Do the Hard Work of Forging a Bipartisan Bill”

July 18, 2017
Donnelly on Health Care News: “Time to Do the Hard Work of Forging a Bipartisan Bill”

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement Tuesday morning about the Senate health care debate, after Leader Mitch McConnell announced the Senate would move forward with a vote to repeal health care with no replacement. Donnelly said, “The proposed Senate health care bill would have been disastrous for Hoosiers. The latest...
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Noble Wallace (Wally) Oyler, age 82 of Plymouth

July 18, 2017
Noble Wallace (Wally) Oyler, age 82 of Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Robin Lynn Bradley, age 58 of Winamac

July 18, 2017
Robin Lynn Bradley, age 58 of Winamac

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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County’s K-9 Officer Resigns, K-9 “Arras” Will Go With Him

July 18, 2017
County’s K-9 Officer Resigns, K-9 “Arras” Will Go With Him

Marshall County will allow the county’s K-9 officer to take his partner with him when he leaves to accept a job with the City of Plymouth. Monday morning, Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel told the county commissioners Brandon Cooper, the county’s current K-9 Officer has accepted a position with the Plymouth Fire Department.  He...
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Autopsy Results Show Brothers Died from Asphyxiation Due to Drowning

July 18, 2017
Autopsy Results Show Brothers Died from Asphyxiation Due to Drowning

Marshall County Coroner John Grolich released autopsy results for the two young boys that died in a tragic accident on Sunday afternoon southeast of Argos. 13 year old Mahlon Martin and his 12 year old bother Kenneth had been playing in and around the Redinger Ditch on the family’s farm on Gumwood Road when...
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Long Appoints Mishler to Chair Senate Appropriations Committee

July 18, 2017
Long Appoints Mishler to Chair Senate Appropriations Committee

Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) Monday announced that he has appointed Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) to serve as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations following Sen. Luke Kenley’s (R-Noblesville) retirement later this year. “Ryan’s excellent work on the school funding formula in the last several state budgets has proven...
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Knox Boy Bitten by Pitbull Mix at Jellystone Campground

July 17, 2017
Knox Boy Bitten by Pitbull Mix at Jellystone Campground

On Thursday evening, July 13, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the Jellystone Campground at 7719 Redwood Road, wet of Plymouth for the report of a dog bite. A 10 year old boy from Knox had been bit by a dog in the campground. During the investigation it was determined the boy had went...
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Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter Announces Month of Music at RPS

July 17, 2017
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter Announces Month of Music at RPS

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is excited to announce he will be hosting the Mayor’s Month of Music again this year at River Park Square.  This event will be held each Friday evening in August starting at 7:00 pm. These are free, family-friendly events.  Pack a cooler with your favorite beverage and come out for...
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