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Walorski, Rice, Costello Introduce Bill to Help WWII Veterans Denied Care After Secret Mustard Gas Experiments

September 22, 2016
Walorski, Rice, Costello Introduce Bill to Help WWII Veterans Denied Care After Secret Mustard Gas Experiments

WASHINGTON – U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski (IN-02), Kathleen Rice (NY-04), and Ryan Costello (PA-06), members of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, today introduced legislation to ensure World War II veterans intentionally exposed to mustard gas receive the care and benefits they have long been denied. “It’s bad enough that American servicemembers were exposed to mustard...
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Walkerton Man Arrested for Driving Without a License

September 22, 2016
Walkerton Man Arrested for Driving Without a License

24 year old Jonathan Porter of Walkerton was arrested Wednesday night about 11:30 by Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller. Officer Miller conducted a traffic stop near Michigan and 8th Streets about 11:30 September 21st and Porter was arrested for Operator Never Licensed.  He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail and held on a...
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Triton Student Recognized as Welding Student of Month at SCILL Center

September 22, 2016
Triton Student Recognized as Welding Student of Month at SCILL Center

The SCILL (Starke County Initiative for Lifelong Learning) Center recently announced the Welding Student-of-the-Month recipient for the month of August 2016 in the Welding Technology Program. First year student, Kaelon Page attends Triton High School. Kaelon is the son of Katrina Grimm. He is a member of track team at Triton. His future plan...
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Redevelopment Commission Continues Movement Toward 4th TIF District

September 22, 2016
Redevelopment Commission Continues Movement Toward 4th TIF District

  Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission approved spending up to $5,000 with Umbaugh Financial for a Tax Impact Study. The study is necessary prior to the creation of a 4th TIF (Tax Incremental Financing) District.   The study looks at the impact on the other taxing units in creating this new TIF District....
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Plymouth Police Are Looking for this Individual

September 21, 2016
Plymouth Police Are Looking for this Individual

The Plymouth Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male subject. The pictured subject is of interest to the Plymouth Police Department in a case of theft from one of our local businesses. If you recognize the subject, please contact the Plymouth Police Department through a private message on their Facebook...
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Commissioners Approve Lease for Health Department at CRC

September 21, 2016
Commissioners Approve Lease for Health Department at CRC

  On Monday the Marshall County Commissioners approved the lease agreement with the Community Resource Center in the amount of $2200 monthly pending clarification of several items with the County Attorney.   County Attorney Jim Clevenger has some minor changes to the agreement. His biggest concern was the section that says the office space...
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Dennis “Duane” Kreighbaum – 65 – from Plymouth

September 21, 2016

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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County’s Community Crossing Road Projects Getting Underway

September 21, 2016
County’s Community Crossing Road Projects Getting Underway

E & B Paving from Rochester will begin work on Fir Road Thursday. As part of the Community Crossings Grant program the county commissioners approved $591,848 to repave Fir Road from U.S. 30 to the town limits of Bremen on September 6th.   This project includes 400 tons of wedge and leveling before a 1...
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Judges, Public Officials, Law Enforcement Officers and Victims of Domestic Violence can Restrict Public Info

September 21, 2016
Judges, Public Officials, Law Enforcement Officers and Victims of Domestic Violence can Restrict Public Info

Judges, law enforcement officers, public officials and victims of domestic violence now have a way to remove their names and information from Marshall County’s public data based website.   An Indiana Code that when into effect in June of 2014 allows specific individuals to have their personal information removed from public view but they...
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Comfort Dogs Worked with Students at PHS

September 21, 2016
Comfort Dogs Worked with Students at PHS

Plymouth High School had special visitors on Wednesday that brightened the day for many students struggling with the recent death of a sophomore student. The Plymouth Veterinary Clinic brought over their trained family comfort dogs Wednesday afternoon to meet with some of the students and staff who are struggling after the recent death. The...
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