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Brown Bag Lunch Series “Preserving Our Heritage: One Barn at a Time

August 25, 2016
Brown Bag Lunch Series “Preserving Our Heritage: One Barn at a Time

Next month’s Brown Bag program is titled “Preserving our Heritage: One Barn at a Time,” will be held on Friday, September 9th from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Marshall County Museum.   Carolyn Rahe, Marshall County resident and president of the Indiana Barn Foundation, will discuss the importance of bringing awareness to the...
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Tibetan Lamas returning to Culver

August 25, 2016
Tibetan Lamas returning to Culver

The Tibetan Lamas from the Drepung Loseling Monastery will visit the Culver Academies campus for a series of cultural events during the week of Aug. 29. The events will include a special public performance at 8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 1, as part of the Huffington Concert Series.   Tickets are now on sale at Culver Academies’ Steinbrenner...
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Avoid Phone Scams

August 25, 2016
Avoid Phone Scams

According to recent news reports, Hoosiers are on pace to more than double the number of phone scam complaints filed with the Indiana Attorney General’s Office compared to last year. Unfortunately, it’s not just landlines that are being called. Scammers and robocalls are now targeting cell phones as well. Residents can sign up for...
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Edna Mae Keyser Couts Keltz Wagoner – 93 – of Plymouth,

August 25, 2016
Edna Mae Keyser Couts Keltz Wagoner – 93 – of Plymouth,

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Weedling in Court Today, Charged with Murder of Serenity Wilson

August 25, 2016
Weedling in Court Today, Charged with Murder of Serenity Wilson

Shane Weedling, the man accused of murder in the death of 2 year old Serenity Wilson nearly a year ago in Plymouth will appear in Marshall Superior Court I today. Weedling was arrested last September on charges of Murder, Aggravated Battery, Deadly Child Neglect and Possession of Marijuana.  He had been babysitting his girlfriend,...
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Over $2.2 Million in Community Crossings Match Money Comes to Marshall County, Towns and City of Plymouth

August 25, 2016
Over $2.2 Million in Community Crossings Match Money Comes to Marshall County, Towns and City of Plymouth

Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb joined INDOT Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson Wednesday afternoon in announcing that 121 Northern Indiana cities, towns, and counties will receive a combined $51 million to improve local roads and bridges through the State’s Community Crossings matching grant fund. The announcement was made in LaPorte. Locally Marshall County will receive $1,000,000 while...
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Knox Man Arrested After Exposing Himself to PHS Student

August 25, 2016
Knox Man Arrested After Exposing Himself to PHS Student

On Wednesday, August 17, at approximately 6:15 a.m. a Plymouth High School student was followed by a male subject in a reddish colored vehicle while jogging. At one point the female was stopped by the driver of the vehicle and asked for sexual favors while exposing himself. The male subject has been identified as...
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Snyder Arrested for Neglect of Dependent, OWI & Criminal Mischief

August 24, 2016
Snyder Arrested for Neglect of Dependent, OWI & Criminal Mischief

The second half of a Sunday night domestic disturbance incident was arrested Tuesday afternoon. Plymouth Police arrested 32 year old Stacey Snyder after she was released from the hospital for injuries received in the altercation. The police report states that Stacey Snyder was intoxicated and driving with her children in the vehicle following a...
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Plymouth City Council Hears Request for Funding for Dispatching from Sheriff.

August 24, 2016
Plymouth City Council Hears Request for Funding for Dispatching from Sheriff.

During Monday’s Common Council Meeting, Sheriff Matt Hassel explained the formula used to determine the amount each emergency service is being asked to pay for dispatching services.   While the county’s 911 center is required to dispatch 911 calls, other dispatching has been provided without payment for the services from entities in the county....
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Bergmoser Arrested for OWI Endangering

August 24, 2016
Bergmoser Arrested for OWI Endangering

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop Saturday evening about 7:45 on a vehicle doing a U-turn near Michigan and Washington Streets in downtown Plymouth. After speaking with 45 year old Robert Bergmoser of Plymouth Officer Weir was able to determine that he was intoxicated. Bergmoser was taken for a chemical test...
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