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Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood Donors

January 15, 2019
Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood Donors

A donation shortfall over the winter holidays is prompting the American Red Cross to issue an emergency call for blood and platelet donors to give now to prevent a blood shortage from continuing throughout winter and affecting patient care. The Red Cross collected more than 27,000 fewer blood and platelet donations the weeks of Christmas and New...
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County Council Approves Grants to Divert People form the County Jail

January 14, 2019
County Council Approves Grants to Divert People form the County Jail

Members of the Marshall County Council were pleasantly surprised when a group of county professionals joined forces to collaborate on ways to reduce the population in the County Jail using grant funds. Monday morning, Ward Byers the head of Community Corrections, Prosecutor Nelson Chipman, Sheriff Matt Hassel and Chief Probation Officer Jim Bendy approached...
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Plymouth School Board Reorganizes, Updated on LJH Construction Project

January 14, 2019
Plymouth School Board Reorganizes, Updated on LJH Construction Project

The Plymouth School Board began their first meeting of 2019 with Robin Davidson administering the oath of office to newly re-elected members, Melissa Christiansen and Larry Pinkerton. Christiansen is beginning her 13th year as a board member and Pinkerton begins his 21st. The board elected officers for 2019. Todd Samuelson will continue as board...
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Bollenbacher Arrested after Altercation with Brother

January 14, 2019
Bollenbacher Arrested after Altercation with Brother

On Sunday, January 13th, Marshall County Police were dispatched to a suspicious vehicle at Fir and 8th Roads about 4:15 in the morning.  It had been reported to Central Dispatch that the vehicle had been driving all over the roadway and ended up in the ditch. Arriving on the scene, officers found the male...
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Intoxicated Female At Days Inn Receives Additional Charges After Kicking Jail Officer

January 14, 2019
Intoxicated Female At Days Inn Receives Additional Charges After Kicking Jail Officer

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 2229 North Michigan Street, room 132 at the Days Inn on Friday, January 11th about 11:30 at night for a report of a domestic disturbance. Officers arrived on the scene and found an intoxicated female. That female, 24 year old Sarah E. Hodge of Knox was later arrested...
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Hager & Marshall Arrested on Faiure to Appear Bonds

January 14, 2019
Hager & Marshall Arrested on Faiure to Appear Bonds

Plymouth Police arrested two people on Failure to Appear warrants this past weekend. On Saturday, January 12th at 9 p.m.  40 year old Katrina K Hager of Plymouth was arrested on an active warrant through Marshall County.  She was held on a $155 cash bond.  Plymouth units were dispatched to Red Rock Inn on...
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You Are Always on ‘Thin Ice’

January 14, 2019
You Are Always on ‘Thin Ice’

Indiana Conservation Officers are advising citizens across the state of the potential hazards of being on frozen lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams this winter. Recent temperature drops across the state have brought about sheets of ice across some bodies of water. Indiana Conservation Officers ask everyone to be vigilant and keep a watchful eye...
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Suspicious Man Resists Police

January 14, 2019
Suspicious Man Resists Police

The report of a suspicious man walking through the backyards of homes in the 11,000 block of 9A Road Friday afternoon sent Marshall County and Plymouth Police to investigate. About 3:30 in the afternoon a caller called 911 to report seeing a man walking through her backyard.  As police arrived on the scene, they...
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Indiana Prepares for Early Issuance of February SNAP Benefits

January 14, 2019
Indiana Prepares for Early Issuance of February SNAP Benefits

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has been informed by the USDA the state must issue Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits for the month of February on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, rather than the previously-reported date of Saturday, January 19. In Indiana, SNAP benefits are usually issued to recipients according to an alphabetical schedule over...
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Triton Scholastic Art Award Winners

January 14, 2019
Triton Scholastic Art Award Winners

Two Triton High School art students received Scholastic Art awards for their paintings during the regional judging last past week. Senior, Samantha Edington received an honorable mention and sophomore, Alexis Whitehurst was awarded a silver key. Their work will be on display at the South Bend Museum of art throughout the month of February....
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