Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

News

State Awards $500K to Domestic Violence Shelter

0
June 14, 2021
State Awards $500K to Domestic Violence Shelter

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute awarded a total of $500,000 to 28 domestic violence shelters in Indiana through the Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) program. The funding will be used to provide emergency shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their dependents. SSBG is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Locally Kosciusko...
Read More »

INDOT Increases Starting Salary for Skilled Trades Positions

0
June 14, 2021
INDOT Increases Starting Salary for Skilled Trades Positions

The Indiana Department of Transportation recently increased compensation entry level pay for skilled trades positions throughout the agency. The new starting pay for entry level positions will be $20.00 per hour with a valid CDL and $19.00 per hour without a CDL. INDOT will also pay for CDL training (within 90 days of employment),...
Read More »

MONDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

0
June 14, 2021
MONDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

The Indiana Department of Health announced Monday that 140 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings the state’s total to 749,532 Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus. To date, 13,326 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from COVID-19. Marshall County reported...
Read More »

IN Lincoln Hwy Assoc. Panels to be Placed in Bourbon on Tuesday, June 15th

0
June 13, 2021
IN Lincoln Hwy Assoc. Panels to be Placed in Bourbon on Tuesday, June 15th

The Town of Bourbon is pleased to announce that in collaboration with the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association, the celebration and honoring of the Lincoln Highway through Bourbon with the placement of two Lincoln Highway History Panels. The panels will be placed at the corner of Main and Center Street in downtown Bourbon on June...
Read More »

Senator Donato: Conservative Fiscal Discipline Pays Off for Indiana

0
June 13, 2021
Senator Donato:  Conservative Fiscal Discipline Pays Off for Indiana

State Senator Stacey Donato said in a recent release, “Years of fiscally conservative leadership in Indiana have resulted in the passage of consistently balanced state budgets.”  These budgets have included healthy reserves to protect the state from potential economic downturns and eliminated debt that Hoosier taxpayers would ultimately have to pay. Donato said, “This...
Read More »

City meetings Monday Evening

0
June 13, 2021
City meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety and at 6:30 with the Common Council. The Board of Public Works will hear from various department heads and the Building Commissioner will be discussing unsafe building matters.  City Engineer Rick Gaul will...
Read More »

Joint Commissioner & Council Executive Session

0
June 13, 2021
Joint Commissioner & Council Executive Session

The Marshall County Commissioners and the Marshall County Council will convene in a joint Executive Session on Thursday, June 17th at 8 a.m. in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building. The Executive Session has been called to discuss the implementation of security systems for the continuity of operations as allowed under Indiana...
Read More »

PARTICIPATE IN BREMEN PARK MASTER PLAN SURVEY

0
June 13, 2021
PARTICIPATE IN BREMEN PARK MASTER PLAN SURVEY

The Bremen Park and Recreation Department has started the planning process to update its 5-year parks master plan. The updated plan will help the Town establish a cohesive vision, address today’s challenges, and identify priorities that enhance the Town’s parks and recreation system. This Plan will not be successful or meaningful unless it reflects...
Read More »

Bourbon Town Council Opens Bids for Sewer Slip-Lining Project

0
June 13, 2021
Bourbon Town Council Opens Bids for Sewer Slip-Lining Project

The Bourbon Town Council opened bids for a sewer slip-lining project during their meeting Tuesday evening, June 8th.  This is the second phase of the sewer project and will extend the life of the infrastructure by slip-lining sewer pipes. Four companies presented base bids and bids for the three alternate projects.  According to Town...
Read More »

County Council Meeting Monday Morning

0
June 13, 2021
County Council Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Council meets Monday morning, June 14th at 9 a.m. in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes a public hearing appropriation with Kathy Clark from the East Shore Conservancy District for proceeds of ESCD Bonds for 2021.  Lisa Letsinger from the County Health Department, Ward...
Read More »

Indy Airport Announces New Nonstop Flight to Austin

0
June 13, 2021
Indy Airport Announces New Nonstop Flight to Austin

Just as the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) kicks off the summer travel season launching 13 new nonstop flights, it now announces another nonstop – with American Airlines adding service from Indy to Austin (AUS) in September. The American flight will depart daily from Indianapolis beginning September 8 and will increase to twice daily on...
Read More »

Plymouth Man Arrested for Child Molesting by Bremen Police

0
June 12, 2021
Plymouth Man Arrested for Child Molesting by Bremen Police

Bremen Police arrested a Plymouth man Friday evening on two charges of Child Molesting. About 6:30 an Officer John Tice from the Bremen Police Department served a warrant on 48-year-old Antonio Zuniga Patino of Plymouth at 2677 North Michigan Road. Patino was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for two counts of Child Molesting-fondling...
Read More »

Winkle headed for Manchester

0
June 12, 2021
Winkle headed for Manchester

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth shortstop Ivan Winkle has committed to continue his education and baseball career at Manchester College. “A friend of mine Cole Filson went there and I went on a visit there,” said Winkle. “They have a nice facility, a nice indoor facility and it’s not a long way from home. I could come...
Read More »

Street paving Projects Begin in Culver on Monday

0
June 11, 2021
Street paving Projects Begin in Culver on Monday

The Town of Culver want to make drivers aware of paving projects that will take place beginning Monday, June 14th.   E & B Paving is scheduled to mill and pave the following streets: Lakeview Street from College to Academy Road Miami from West Shore Drive to Lincoln Lincoln from West Shore Drive to Clark Clark Street from Lincoln...
Read More »

Gov. Holcomb Announces $475 Million in Transformational Infrastructure Projects

0
June 11, 2021
Gov. Holcomb Announces $475 Million in Transformational Infrastructure Projects

Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced a commitment of $475 million in funding dedicated to three transformational infrastructure projects across southern Indiana that will enhance Indiana’s top-rated transportation network as the Crossroads of America. The three projects Gov. Holcomb announced are: Design and construction of significant improvements to U.S. 231 in Dubois and Martin...
Read More »

FRIDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

0
June 11, 2021
FRIDAY UPDATE:  HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

The Indiana Department of Health announced Friday that 314 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings that state’s total to 748,654 Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus. To date, 13,295 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from COVID-19. Marshall County had...
Read More »

Trash Dumping in Memorial Forest

0
June 10, 2021
Trash Dumping in Memorial Forest

Dumping trash on county owned property is illegal and someone is going to find that out. Members of the Marshall County Park Board discussed a large trash dump that happened about a week ago in the Memorial Forest. During Thursday’s Park Board meeting members said it appeared that someone backed a pick-up truck into...
Read More »

Commissioners Approve Lease for 6 New County Highway Trucks

0
June 10, 2021
Commissioners Approve Lease for 6 New County Highway Trucks

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approved a resolution approving the lease purchase agreement with Republic First National Corp. for new highway trucks. Highway Superintendent Jason Peters said he will purchase six new trucks, four are tandem axle and two are single axle. The trucks will arrive in late 2022 and the lease payments...
Read More »

Derek Anderson from South Bend Arrested at Economy Inn for Meth

0
June 10, 2021
Derek Anderson from South Bend Arrested at Economy Inn for Meth

On Thursday, June 10th, at 4:37 in the morning, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department located a vehicle parked at the back parking lot of the Economy Inn in Plymouth. The vehicle was occupied by a male in the driver seat, later identified as Derek T. Anderson 31, from South Bend. During...
Read More »

Rockie auction on WTCA one week away

0
June 10, 2021
Rockie auction on WTCA one week away

PLYMOUTH — Once again it’s time for the 12th annual Plymouth Rockie Football Auction sponsored by WTCA AM1050/FM106.1 in Plymouth raising money for the football program at Plymouth High School. Football moms have been busy as usual collecting items to auction off to raise funds to support team activities for all three high school teams...
Read More »