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Community Invited to “Tall Cop Says Stop” Presented by Drug Free Marshall County

September 8, 2016
Community Invited to “Tall Cop Says Stop” Presented by Drug Free Marshall County

Drug Free Marshall County will present a daylong seminar titled “Tall Cop Says Stop.”   This particular program is: You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know.” Officer Jermaine Galloway who is 6 feet 9 inches tall look intimidating, but he is devoted and passionate about education, training, and enforcement when it comes to alcohol and...
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested for OWI

September 8, 2016
Fort Wayne Man Arrested for OWI

A Marshall County Police Officer working the OWI Task Force on Wednesday night arrested a Fort Wayne man following a traffic stop on U.S. 30 near Queen Road. About 10:45 Officer Laffoon stopped a vehicle after observing his erratic driving.  During the traffic stop probable cause was found that the driver of the vehicle,...
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Building Project at Plymouth High School Nearly Complete

September 8, 2016
Building Project at Plymouth High School Nearly Complete

A Plymouth Schools project that has been on the works since spring is nearly complete. A major part of the project was to install new bleachers, concession stand, bathrooms and a ticket booth at the football field. Superintendent Daniel Tyree told the school board on September 6 that portion could be completed by mid-October,...
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Harold L. Smith – 79 – of Knox,

September 8, 2016
Harold L. Smith – 79 – of Knox,

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth Firefighters Respond to Semi-Trailer Fire on Markley Drive

September 8, 2016
Plymouth Firefighters Respond to Semi-Trailer Fire on Markley Drive

Firefighters from the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a semi trailer fire at the former Shamrock Homes property on Markley Drive at 5:50 Wednesday evening. A passersby noticed smoke coming from the front trailer vent and called in the fire. Firefighters found a semi trailer loaded with all types of plastic material ready for...
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County Highway Department Details Community Crossing Grant Projects

September 8, 2016
County Highway Department Details Community Crossing Grant Projects

  Marshall County is ready to move forward with major road improvements thanks to receiving $1 million from the Community Crossing grant program.   During Tuesday’s County Commissioner meeting Jason Peters said he divided up the road projects between three companies hoping to get most of the work completed yet this year. Roads selected...
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Nethercutt Sentenced to 15 Years Imprisonment for Aggravated Battery of Daughter; Pleads Guilty But Mentally Ill

September 7, 2016
Nethercutt Sentenced to 15 Years Imprisonment for Aggravated Battery of Daughter;  Pleads Guilty But Mentally Ill

Amanda Nethercutt, 27, of Plymouth, was sentenced today (September 7, 2016) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to Aggravated Battery stemming from an incident that occurred in August of 2015.  The State of Indiana and Nethercutt entered into an agreement whereby she accepted responsibility for battering her child and the State of Indiana would...
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County Council Prepares to Cut $1.4 Million from 2017 Budget Requests

September 7, 2016
County Council Prepares to Cut $1.4 Million from 2017 Budget Requests

  Members of the Marshall County Council held a brief Budget Work Session on Wednesday morning.   Council president, Judy Stone cautioned member that during a work session no decisions can be made by the council. She also told members they need to cut $1.4 million from the advertised General Fund budget of $13,477,729....
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Walorski Highlights Local Community Organizations Fighting Poverty in House Floor Speech

September 7, 2016
Walorski Highlights Local Community Organizations Fighting Poverty in House Floor Speech

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday highlighted community organizations fighting hunger and poverty in Indiana’s 2nd District in a speech on the House floor. In August, Congresswoman Walorski made several visits throughout the district to learn more about anti-poverty efforts in northern Indiana, including stops at the Food Bank of Northern Indiana in South Bend, Church...
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Branham Arrested for DWS

September 7, 2016
Branham Arrested for DWS

Plymouth Patrolman Bob DeLee stopped a vehicle at US30 and Oak Drive Tuesday afternoon about 1:15 after running the license plate and learning the registered owner was suspended.  33 year old Christopher Branham of Plymouth, the driver was found to be operating the vehicle and arrested for Driving While Suspended with prior charges.  He...
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