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Humane Society to Host Singles Night on Friday…find a Furry Friend

July 26, 2015
Humane Society to Host Singles Night on Friday…find a Furry Friend

The Marshall County Human Society will host a brand-new event on Friday evening July 31st.  This is an extra special singles night for those looking for love, not love from a human but the love of a four-legged companion. This singles night is for singles looking for company from a furry friend from 6...
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June Activity Report for Plymouth P.D.

July 26, 2015
June Activity Report for Plymouth P.D.

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon recently released the June activity report. In June the department handled 667 calls for information and officers responded to 437 complaints.  Plymouth police officers conducted 301 traffic stops, issued 212 citations and investigated 162 911 calls. City officers responded to 55 alarms and 37 animal complaints.  Officers did 43...
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Farmers’ Market Blood Drive a Success

July 26, 2015
Farmers’ Market Blood Drive a Success

The Mayor’s office in Plymouth recently hosted another blood drive during the Farmers’ Market. It is always a pleasure for our staff to work with you and the donors. MaryAnkrapp Blood Donor Recruitment Specialist for the South Bend Medical Foundation said, “During the summer months we typically experience blood shortages due to vacations and...
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Argos Couple Arrested on Several Meth Charges

July 26, 2015
Argos Couple Arrested on Several Meth Charges

Thursday afternoon Bremen Post troopers with the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section arrested an Argos couple after an investigation uncovered meth, drug paraphernalia and several guns in their residence. Trooper Keith Bikowski and Trooper Jason Faulstich completed their month long investigation with the arrest of Jacqueline Houin, 54 and Tony Houin, 45 at...
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Marshall County DUI Task Force Sobriety Checkpoints July 31

July 26, 2015
Marshall County DUI Task Force Sobriety Checkpoints July 31

The Marshall County DUI Task Force is a consortium of law enforcement agencies in Marshall County working to decrease impaired driving with the overall goal of making Marshall County roadways safer. The Marshall County DUI Task Force is comprised of officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Bourbon Police Department, Bremen Police Department, Culver...
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Plymouth Verizon Wireless Hosting 3rd Annual Backpack Giveaway

July 26, 2015
Plymouth Verizon Wireless Hosting 3rd Annual Backpack Giveaway

Residents in Plymouth are about to benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign. TCC, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S., announces today that it will be donating 100,000 backpacks nationwide full of school supplies to children through its annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. Since 2013, the company has donated 260,000 backpacks...
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County Attorney Reports to Commissioners

July 26, 2015
County Attorney Reports to Commissioners

Jim Clevenger, Marshall County Attorney presented his report to the commissioners on July 20th. He continues to work on the Dispatch Agreements for Plymouth, Argos, Culver and Bourbon. Currently they are working on a funding formula based on the percentages of calls for the city and towns in the county for centralized dispatching.  During...
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Donnelly, Flake: States Should Get Fair Share of Federal Highway Funding

July 26, 2015
Donnelly, Flake: States Should Get Fair Share of Federal Highway Funding

Washington, D.C. —U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ) Friday introduced an amendment to the Senate version of the Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill. Donnelly and Flake’s amendment would ensure for each state a fair share of federal highway funding. Donnelly said, “In Indiana, we have roads and bridges in great need of repair....
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Walorski Questions VA Secretary on Budget Shortfall

July 26, 2015
Walorski Questions VA Secretary on Budget Shortfall

WASHINGTON D.C. – Thursday, Representative Walorski (IN-02) and members of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee heard testimony from the Secretary of the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), Robert McDonald, regarding the pending $2.5 billion VA budget shortfall and looming system shutdown. “It wasn’t too long ago that veterans were dying because of intolerable acts...
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William V. Cunningham, Jr. – 81 – from Donaldson

July 26, 2015
William V. Cunningham, Jr. – 81 – from Donaldson

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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