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Walorski Votes for National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

December 8, 2017
Walorski Votes for National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday voted to allow law-abiding gun owners with a concealed carry permit to exercise their rights when traveling across state lines. “Americans don’t lose their Second Amendment rights when they cross state lines, and they shouldn’t lose their concealed carry rights either,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “The Concealed Carry Reciprocity...
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WINTER STORM & LAKE EFFECT SNOW ON THE WAY

December 8, 2017
WINTER STORM & LAKE EFFECT SNOW ON THE WAY

Marshall County is currently included in a Winter Weather Advisory which goes into effect from 5am (EST) Saturday morning thru midnight Saturday night.  Lake effect snow accumulations of between 3 to 5 inches are expected with local higher amounts possible depending on where snow bands set up.  In addition, strong gusty winds as high...
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Community Corrections Clients Earn Certificates from Judge Bowen

December 8, 2017
Community Corrections Clients Earn Certificates from Judge Bowen

Marshall Superior Court 1 courtroom was a place of celebration on Wednesday, December 6, for six Marshall County Community Correction’s clients as they received accolades and certificates from Judge Robert O. Bowen for successfully completing Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). MRT is a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism among adult offenders while...
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PHS Tracking of Graduating Seniors, What Are they Doing?

December 8, 2017
PHS Tracking of Graduating Seniors, What Are they Doing?

The Plymouth Schools have been tracking where students head after graduation for the last several years. On December 5, Guidance Counselor Aimee Portius gave the board a snapshot of the 2017 graduating class. Of the 282 diplomas awarded to students, 47 were for academic honors, 2 were academic and  technical honors, 147 were core...
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4 Arrested by ISP in LaPaz for Meth

December 7, 2017
4 Arrested by ISP in LaPaz for Meth

Troopers with the Indiana State Police arrested four individuals from the local area Tuesday afternoon. Police were dispatched to the Speedway convenience store at old U.S. 31 and U.S. 6 about noon for a suspicious vehicle.  ISP troopers found a truck parked in the lot at the business with four people inside.  A search...
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Semi Roll-over on Ramp at U.S. 30 & 31

December 7, 2017
Semi Roll-over on Ramp at U.S. 30 & 31

Marshall County Police and the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a semi roll-over on the ramp from U.S. 31 north to U.S. 30 west Thursday afternoon at 4:45. The semi was hauling rolls of paper and entered the ramp at too high of speed causing the truck and trailer to roll over on its...
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Donnelly Recognized as 2nd-Most Bipartisan Senator Since 1993

December 7, 2017
Donnelly Recognized as 2nd-Most Bipartisan Senator Since 1993

Washington, D.C. – In its newest lifetime rankings of the U.S. Senate, the Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University recognized Senator Joe Donnelly as the second-most bipartisan Senator since 1993. He is the highest ranking Senator on the index currently serving in the Senate. The new Bipartisan Index ratings reflect Donnelly’s...
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Local Children’s Author Releases Second Book

December 7, 2017
Local Children’s Author Releases Second Book

Kathy Smart of Plymouth has released her second children’s book, “Henry Goes Fishing”.    Henry Goes Fishing is a story for K – 4th grade readers about a boy who wants a pet and his mom says he is too young to take care of a pet.  He tries many ways to get a pet on...
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Bremen Police Execute Arrest Warrants

December 7, 2017
Bremen Police Execute Arrest Warrants

Bremen Police arrest two on warrants. Monday evening, December 4th, Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder conducted a traffic stop on US 6 that resulted in the arrest of a Mishawaka woman. 30 year old Catherine M. Rohn was arrested on a warrant through Elkhart County.  She was held in the Marshall County Jail. Tuesday,...
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TOPP Performance Race Parts/TOPP Motorsports Partners with Rare Disease Charity for 2018 Season

December 7, 2017
TOPP Performance Race Parts/TOPP Motorsports Partners with Rare Disease Charity for 2018 Season

TOPP Performance Race Parts and TOPP Motorsports Thursday announced a new 2018 partnership with The Bow Foundation. The charity is focused on supporting medical research and increasing awareness for patients with GNAO1, a rare genetic disorder with no common name. TOPP will donate a portion of their winnings to the Bow Foundation, in addition...
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