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Snapshots With Santa at Plymouth Martin’s is Benefit for Heminger House

December 10, 2015
Snapshots With Santa at Plymouth Martin’s is Benefit for Heminger House

The Martins Grocery Store in Plymouth will be hosting a special event this Saturday and Sunday, December 12th and 13th.  It’s called “Snapshots with Santa” and will be a fundraiser for a local organization. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, customers can get their photos taken with Santa for just a $2 donation. The...
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Walorski Supports Closing Security Gaps in Visa Waiver Program

December 10, 2015
Walorski Supports Closing Security Gaps in Visa Waiver Program

WASHINGTON,  D.C. – On Tuesday Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, issued the following statement after supporting H.R. 158, the Visa Waiver Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015, which strengthens the security of the Visa Waiver Program to help prevent foreign terrorists from entering the United States. “In order...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Marijuana following Verbal Domestic

December 10, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested for Marijuana following Verbal Domestic

County police officers were dispatched to the area of Queen Road and US 30, Monday, December 8th about 5:30 in the evening for a domestic disturbance.  The incident was in a vehicle that also had children in it. The female told Marshall County Dispatch that she left the male subject at the Marathon Gas...
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MAC Sister’s Performance at Miller’s Assisted Postponed

December 10, 2015
MAC Sister’s Performance at Miller’s Assisted Postponed

The MAC Sister musical program, “Silas and Miranda Take a Sentimental Journey” originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 15th has been rescheduled.  The MAC Sister’s (Marvoline Lowry, Annette Ray and Cindy Flagg) regret any inconvenience this may cause.  Because of several scheduling conflicts the MAC Sisters have rescheduled the program for Friday, January 22, 2016...
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Governor Pence Endorses Local Road Funding Legislation

December 10, 2015
Governor Pence Endorses Local Road Funding Legislation

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence today announced support for legislation filed by Senator Brandt Hershman to immediately provide $418 million to local governments to fund local transportation infrastructure projects. This local road funding legislation complements the 21st Century Crossroads plan Governor Pence outlined in October, which will make $1 billion in new road funding available over...
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Protecting Indiana Families and Children Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. Announces 2016 Legislative Goals

December 10, 2015
Protecting Indiana Families and Children Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. Announces  2016 Legislative Goals

The Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc., will announce this afternoon two legislative proposals for the 2016 session that are designed to give prosecutors  better tools to deal with serious drug dealers – the criminals they believe are driving the alarming increase in meth labs, pharmacy robberies, heroin overdoses, home invasions and other violent...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested for Public Nudity

December 9, 2015
Plymouth Woman Arrested for Public Nudity

A Plymouth woman was arrested Tuesday evening after Plymouth police were called to the Red Rock Inn on North Michigan Street for incidents with her. About 4:50 Tuesday afternoon Officer Enyart was dispatched to the Red Rock in for a female in her room that was naked and had the curtains open.  A short...
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Plymouth Goshen Trail Culvert an Issue between County and City

December 9, 2015
Plymouth Goshen Trail Culvert an Issue between County and City

An issue with a culvert on Plymouth Goshen Trail at Lilac Road has been repaired by the county although it’s believed the issue was created by a city project. This past summer the Plymouth Municipal Airport had a major runway construction project.  The heavy trucks and equipment entered and exited the airport property on...
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Knox Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior Charges

December 9, 2015
Knox Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior Charges

Plymouth Police Officer Bob DeLee arrested 24 year old Corey J. Textor of Knox Wednesday afternoon about 1:30 following a traffic stop at Oak Drive and US 30. The vehicle was stopped because it had false or fictitious expired truck plates.  Textor was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Driving While Suspend with...
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Sheriff Hassel Appears before Commissioners with Requests

December 9, 2015
Sheriff Hassel Appears before Commissioners with Requests

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel presented the commissioners with a contract to purchase three Police Intercepters from Oliver Ford.  Last month the sheriff was granted approval for the 2016 purchase.  The quote from Oliver Ford was $28,414 for each vehicle and the sheriff will trade in the vehicles valued at $4,700. The commissioners also...
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