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Three New Exhibitions Opening at Crisp Center

June 20, 2017
Three New Exhibitions Opening at Crisp Center

The Crisp Visual Arts Center at the Culver Academies re-opened Tuesday, June 20 with three small exhibitions in each of its three galleries, curator Robert Nowalk said. Images of and by Native Americans will be on exhibition in the Wolfe Gallery. The exhibit includes 14 Navajo weavings interspersed with American paintings and Native American artifacts...
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Chase Thomas of Argos Arrested on Warrant

June 20, 2017
Chase Thomas of Argos Arrested on Warrant

20 year old Chase A. Thomas of South Michigan Street Argos was arrested at the Marshall County Probation Office for an active warrant through Marshall County on Monday, June 19th. Thomas was placed into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail by Plymouth Police Officer Matt Emenhiser and booked in for Failure to...
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Lighthouse Autism Center Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary

June 20, 2017
Lighthouse Autism Center Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary

In May of 2012, Lighthouse Autism Center opened its doors to its first family. With just one center, a handful of staff, and four kids, the center started with humble beginnings. It didn’t take long for momentum to pick up. Soon it was clear there needed to be more than one center to meet...
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Donnelly Highlights Administration’s Efforts to Undermine Health Insurance Markets that Could Raise Health Care Costs for Hoosier Families

June 20, 2017
Donnelly Highlights Administration’s Efforts to Undermine Health Insurance Markets that Could Raise Health Care Costs for Hoosier Families

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly spoke on the Senate floor Monday to highlight the Trump Administration’s efforts to undermine health insurance markets in Indiana and across the country. His speech comes as insurers face a Wednesday, June 21, deadline to submit their proposed health care rates to the Indiana Department of Insurance for the coming...
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Commissioners Seek Committee Members for Shady Rest Transformation Committee

June 20, 2017
Commissioners Seek Committee Members for Shady Rest Transformation Committee

The Marshall County Commissioners began selecting committee members for the Shady Rest Transformation Committee during their meeting on Monday. Commissioner Kurt Garner offered to be the Commissioner’s representative on the committee that will investigate, encourage and review alternative uses for the Shady Rest Facility. Appointments by Commissioner Kevin Overmyer included County Council President Judy...
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May Indiana Employment Report

June 19, 2017
May Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.2 percent for May and remains lower than the national rate of 4.3 percent. The unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed people as a percentage of the labor force. Indiana’s labor force decreased by 2,062 over the previous month with an 8,946 increase in employment and an...
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Buggy Plate Sales Down in 2017

June 19, 2017
Buggy Plate Sales Down in 2017

The County Commissioners received an update on the 2017 Buggy Plate sales during their meeting on Monday. Laurie Baker, Administrative Manager for the County Highway Department said this year’s collection brought in $38,375 compared to $45,275 in 2016.  The shortfall is $6,900 or 138 license plates. Baker said she is noticing where they may...
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Krathwohl Arrested for OWI

June 19, 2017
Krathwohl Arrested for OWI

A Plymouth man was arrested by County Police on Saturday June 17 during a traffic stop near Plum and Monroe Streets in Plymouth. At approximately 10:15 p.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle and found the driver, 32 year old Karl Krathwohl of Evergreen Drive in Plymouth to be...
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Marriage Proposal from the Podium at Plymouth Speedway

June 19, 2017
Marriage Proposal from the Podium at Plymouth Speedway

Merrillville’s Joe Spiewak didn’t get the finish he was hoping for, from the top starting spot, as he slid up to the wall in Turn 3 at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night. Spiewak’s loss was Shaun Wiltjer’s gain, as he led the final field of just six drivers (of the 13-car field) to the finish in the...
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Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting Announcement

June 19, 2017
Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting Announcement

The Marshall County Hazard Mitigation Steering Committee will host a public information and strategy planning session at 6:00 pm on Thursday, June 29,in Room 203 of the Marshall County Building, located at 112 W. Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Over the last several months, a planning committee consisting of community members has worked with The...
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