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Commissioner Raise Travel Advisory to “Watch” Level

February 14, 2015
Commissioner Raise Travel Advisory to “Watch” Level

Due to deteriorating weather conditions, the Marshall County Commissioners about 11:40 a.m. have upgraded the travel advisory from an “Advisory” level to a “Watch” Level. A “Watch” level travel advisory means that conditions are threatening to the safety of the public. During a “Watch” level, only essential travel such as to and from work...
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Boys Basketball Cancelled

February 14, 2015
Boys Basketball Cancelled

The Plymouth vs Kouts Boys basketball game this afternoon has been canceled. Tonight’s girls sectional final is still on as scheduled but keep an eye on our Facebook page if that changes.
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“Advisory” Level Travel Advisory Implemented

February 14, 2015
“Advisory” Level Travel Advisory Implemented

“Advisory” Level travel advisory has been implemented by the Marshall County Commissioners. Lowest level advisory. Strong winds are causing significant visibility and drifting issues on county roads. The Marshall County Commissioners have implemented an “Advisory” level travel advisory. An “Advisory” level travel advisory is the lowest level in the advisory system. It means that...
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Winter Weather Warning

February 13, 2015
Winter Weather Warning

Marshall County EMA Director, Clyde Avery is warning citizens of the possibility of significant snow accumulation with blowing and drifting snow.  Snow is expected over northwest Indiana Saturday and Saturday night. Snow accumulations over the rest of the area will be lighter Saturday and Saturday night but some areas of blowing and drifting snow...
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5 year Plan for Airport Presented to City Council

February 12, 2015
5 year Plan for Airport Presented to City Council

Plymouth Municipal Airport Manager, Dave Latimer presented members of the City Council with the 2016-2020 Capital Improvement  Program (CIP) this week.  The plan lays out projects the local aviation board would like to complete during the next five years. The airport will undertake a major runway improvement and widening project this year and in...
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Frazier Arrested for Multiple Drug Charges

February 12, 2015
Frazier Arrested for Multiple Drug Charges

On Wednesday, February 11th the Starke County Sheriff’s Department assisted the Hamlet Police Department in a Methamphetamine Lab located at the Hamlet Apartments.   From that investigation Tiffany Frazier (25) of Walkerton, the Koontz Lake area was taken into custody and transported to the Starke County Sheriff’s Department for processing.   During the intake...
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Park Department Seeks LARE Grant from DNR

February 12, 2015

This month Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite told the park board he’s submitted a pre-application for a LARE Grant through the Department of Natural Resources. Hite said he is concerned with a bank erosion issue back by the Dog Park and going toward the sledding hill.   He said a large tree fell that was...
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PHS Debate Team in 10 Top at Tournament

February 12, 2015
PHS Debate Team in 10 Top at Tournament

Last weekend the Plymouth High School Debate Team finished 10th at the IHSFA Indiana High School Forensic Association State Debate and Congress Tournament at Kokomo High School. This is only the 13th time since Speech and Debate began at Plymouth High School back in 1979 that we have placed in the top 10 at...
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Annual Report from M.C. Museum

February 12, 2015
Annual Report from M.C. Museum

Just over 3,000 visitors went through the Marshall County Historical Museum between October 1st and December 31st 2014 bringing their year end total to 7,780.  Linda Rippy, Executive Director of the Museum presented her quarterly repot to the County Commissioner with many details of events and projects. Volunteers are extremely important to the museum...
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Dr. Zirkle to Stay on as President of Ancilla College

February 12, 2015
Dr. Zirkle to Stay on as President of Ancilla College

When it comes to ‘interim’ appointments some organizations bring in a temporary person to fill a job, but Ancilla College has taken the step of making Dr. Ken Zirkle a more permanent fixture on campus. During an executive session by the Board of Trustees at Ancilla College at the December 2014 board meeting, the...
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