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Governor Holcomb, First Lady Test Negative For COVID-19

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November 20, 2020
Governor Holcomb, First Lady Test Negative For COVID-19

Governor Eric J. Holcomb and First Lady Janet Holcomb have tested negative for COVID-19. The Governor and First Lady began quarantining Tuesday after several members of their security detail tested positive for COVID-19 and they were determined to be close contacts of the infected individuals. The Governor and First Lady received both an Abbott...
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County Building & Grounds Looks at Property on North Plum Street

November 20, 2020

Marshall County Building and Grounds Supervisor, Doug Masterson told the Commissioners he is interested in obtaining a double city lot that has a garage on it. Masterson said there is a property at 716 North Plum Street that is listed for sale at $38,000. He told the commissioners he’s been renting a small garage...
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Marshall County Commissioners Enact Mandatory Mask Ordinance

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November 20, 2020
Marshall County Commissioners Enact Mandatory Mask Ordinance

Marshall County now has a mask ordinance in place that requires everyone ages 6 and above to wear a mask when entering any business enterprise such as healthcare operations, grocery stores, retail businesses, restaurants and other businesses for profit and not-for-profit.  The mask must be worn property, covering the nose and mouth at all...
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Miller’s Names Daily Bingo Winner For November

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November 20, 2020
Miller’s Names Daily Bingo Winner For November

Miller’s Assisted Living is proud to announce Quintella Chaney as the November Daily Bingo Winner.  Quinn was diligent in checking her BINGO numbers every day in the Recreation Center.  The residents receive two numbers per day and it often takes the entire month for someone to win. The prize is then designed around items...
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Friday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 64 New Cases

November 20, 2020
Friday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 64 New Cases

The Indiana Department of Health announced Friday that 6,912 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 282,311 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,952 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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Gov. Holcomb Announces Appointment of Secretary of Education

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November 20, 2020
Gov. Holcomb Announces Appointment of Secretary of Education

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Thursday announced Dr. Katie Jenner will serve as Indiana’s first secretary of education. “This is an incredibly important time for education in Indiana. Dr. Katie Jenner has focused her entire career on investing in students, teachers and staff, and she will continue to build the relationships needed to move our...
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Outdoor Furniture Manufacturer Expanding, Adding New Production Facility

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November 20, 2020
Outdoor Furniture Manufacturer Expanding, Adding New Production Facility

POLYWOOD, a manufacturer of outdoor furniture produced with recycled plastics, announced plans today to expand its Indiana operations in Kosciusko County. The company, which has already significantly ramped up its hiring this year with 157 new team members added in 2020, plans to build a new production facility at its Syracuse campus and create...
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Ancilla College Will Finish Semester With On-Line Classes Due To Covid-19

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November 20, 2020
Ancilla College Will Finish Semester With On-Line Classes Due To Covid-19

Ancilla College on Friday, November 20, 2020 canceled in-person classes for the remainder of the fall semester after a spike of coronavirus cases that have occurred over the past week. Students will return home for the last seven class days of the semester, including finals week. College President Dr. Michele Dvorak, PHJC stated that...
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Gubernatorial Inauguration Events Postponed

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November 20, 2020
Gubernatorial Inauguration Events Postponed

Kyle Hupfer, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party and campaign manager for the historic reelection effort of Governor Eric Holcomb, announced today 11-20-20  that traditional celebratory events related to the swearing in of the governor will be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Information regarding the legal swearing in of Governor Holcomb into his...
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Single Vehicle Crash Near Culver Sends Two To The Hospital With Serious Injuries

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November 20, 2020
Single Vehicle Crash Near Culver Sends Two To The Hospital With Serious Injuries

Thursday afternoon shortly after 4:00 P.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a single vehicle crash in the 100 block of Union Road and 15th Road in Culver. Arriving on the scene Deputy Hafke found that a black, 1999, Dodge Pickup was southbound on Union Road from 15th swerving through both lanes of gravel...
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Enrolling in Marketplace Coverage for 2021

November 20, 2020

The open enrollment period for 2021 health insurance coverage through marketplaces and other individual plans is here and runs through Dec. 15, 2020. The Indiana Department of Insurance offers tips to help guide you through the enrollment process.  Consumers in Indiana who currently have marketplace coverage, or will need it in 2021, should make...
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Physical Altercation Sends Knox Woman To Jail

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November 19, 2020
Physical Altercation Sends Knox Woman To Jail

Tuesday Night at approximately 9:15 P.M. the Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Economy Inn in reference to a physical altercation. Upon arriving Officer Beatty located and arrested 45 Year old, Kimberly A. Burgh of Knox. Burgh was transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was held on the charges of Battery with...
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Commissioners Sign Lease for Space in Community Resource Center

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November 19, 2020
Commissioners Sign Lease for Space in Community Resource Center

On Monday, the Marshall County Commissioners signed the lease agreement between the Community Resource Center and Marshall County for space for Community Corrections.  They county entered into a 5-year lease with the monthly payments being $1,619.20 for the first three years and $1,692.80 for years four and five.  The lease payments begin in January...
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Report Of Suspicious Vehicle At Jelly Stone Ends In Ft.Wayne Mans Arrest

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November 19, 2020
Report Of Suspicious Vehicle At Jelly Stone Ends In Ft.Wayne Mans Arrest

On Wednesday, November 18th at 12:47 A.M. Marshall County Police were dispatched to 7719 Redwood Road, Jelly Stone Camp Ground in reference to a suspicious vehicle sitting at the front gate. Upon arrival Deputy Wozniak located a gray, 2014 Dodge Charger. The driver of the vehicle was identified as 34 year old, Marcos A....
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County to Purchase Hite Law Offices

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November 19, 2020
County to Purchase Hite Law Offices

With the addition of a fourth court to be known as Superior Court III in Marshall County the commissioners are moving forward with the purchase of the Doug Hite Law Office at 211 West Jefferson Street. During Monday’s commissioner meeting County Attorney Jim Clevenger said closing is scheduled for December 18th with possession of...
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Hamlet Man Charged With OWI

November 19, 2020
Hamlet Man Charged With OWI

On Monday, November 16th at 9:52 P.M. Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of LaPorte Street and Center Street for several traffic infractions. The driver identified as 29 year old William J. Becker of Hamlet was found to be Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated. Becker was...
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Smart Use Of Antibiotics Leads To Best Care

November 19, 2020
Smart Use Of Antibiotics Leads To Best Care

Antibiotics save lives and are critical tools for treating a number of common and more serious bacterial infections, but improper use of these medications can lead to drug resistance that can be life-threatening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls resistance to antibiotics one of the most urgent threats to public health....
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Thursday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 59 New Cases and 1 additional Death

November 19, 2020
Thursday Indiana Department Of Health Update With Marshall County Reporting 59 New Cases and 1 additional Death

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 7,420 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 275,503 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. A total of 4,889 Hoosiers are confirmed...
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General Assembly kicks Off 2021 Session

November 19, 2020
General Assembly kicks Off 2021 Session

Tuesday, November 17th, I gathered with fellow legislators at the Statehouse for Organization Day — the ceremonial start of the 122nd Indiana General Assembly. Organization Day includes the swearing in of new and returning members of the General Assembly, and I took the oath of office to begin a new term as the state senator...
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Young Discusses COVID-19 Vaccines And The Need To Pass Critical Relief

November 19, 2020
Young Discusses COVID-19 Vaccines And The Need To Pass Critical Relief

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) discussed COVID-19 vaccine developments and reinforced the need to pass a targeted relief package for Hoosiers. “I too want to celebrate American ingenuity and recognize the achievements of these two pharmaceutical companies that recently announced the development of, it appears, highly effective vaccines to the COVID-19 virus. They...
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