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Santana Arrested by County Police for Driving Without a License

March 20, 2017
Santana Arrested by County Police for Driving Without a License

On Saturday evening, March 18th, about 8:15, an officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a black 2008 Dodge Magnum in the area of US 31 and 11th Road. The driver, 18 year old Jose Santana of Logansport was found to be operating a vehicle without ever receiving a...
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Open House at Marshall County Resource Center

March 20, 2017
Open House at Marshall County Resource Center

The Marshall County Health Department and Saint Joseph Health Systems (SJHS) will be hosting an open house and service fair for the community on Tuesday, March 21, from 3 till 6 pm, at the Marshall County Community Resource Center, 510 West Adams Street in Plymouth.  Organizations located in the community center will offer information...
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City Police Arrest 2 for Driving While Suspended

March 20, 2017
City Police Arrest 2 for Driving While Suspended

Plymouth Police arrested two people for Driving While Suspended with prior charges. On Friday, March 17th Officer John Weir stopped a black Nissan for a traffic violation in the 700 block of West Jefferson Street.  The driver, 33 year old Heather S. Tasker of Plymouth was found to be driving on a suspended license...
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SEE THE UNIVERSE AT POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

March 20, 2017
SEE THE UNIVERSE AT POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

The Warsaw Astronomical Society will be conducting their first public observing night of the year hosted by Potawatomi Wildlife Park this Saturday evening MARCH 25th, 1 hour after dark at the park observing field. Observing is pending clear skies. Call ahead if partly cloudy. Plan to attend and discover the Universe for yourself! Society members will be in attendance...
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Good Attendance for FOP 195 Fire Arms Training

March 20, 2017
Good Attendance for FOP 195 Fire Arms Training

Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 sponsored a Firearms Safety Class at the National Guard Armory Plymouth on March 18th. The all female class was well attended with 30 participating. Jeremiah Patrick ILEA Firearms Instructor conducted the class assisted by Lori Lemler from the Indiana State Police, Myles Scott from the Argos Police Department, Mitch Scott...
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Kristol Lynn “Sis” Miller – 40 – from Plymouth

March 19, 2017
Kristol Lynn “Sis” Miller – 40 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Bette J. Lee – 98 – of Plymouth

March 19, 2017
Bette J. Lee – 98 – of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Infant Dies Fulton County Crash at US 31 & SR 110

March 19, 2017
Infant Dies Fulton County Crash at US 31 & SR 110

Saturday, at approximately 4:48 p.m. officers from the Indiana State Police, the Futon County Sheriff’s Department, the Rochester Police Department, and the Argos Police Department responded to a two vehicle crash on U.S. 31 at State Road 110, in which an infant died. The preliminary crash investigation by Indiana State Police Trooper Todd Trottier...
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County Meetings Monday

March 19, 2017
County Meetings Monday

The Marshall County Drainage Board and Commissioners will meet Monday morning for their meetings. The Yellow River Watershed Management Plan will be discussed at the County Drainage Board meeting Monday morning beginning at 8:30.  Deb Palmer from the Soil and Water Conservation District will talk about the 319 grant that will provide a drone...
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IN Senate Considers Long Term Road Funding in House Bill 1002

March 19, 2017
IN Senate Considers Long Term Road Funding in House Bill 1002

The Indiana Senate is now considering House Bill 1002, which would provide a long-term road funding plan for the state. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) estimates a $1 billion-per-year shortfall in road funding over the next 20 years. INDOT’s projections show that if the problem is not addressed, drivers will face severe deterioration of our state...
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