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City Hall Renovation Nearing Completion

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June 20, 2018
City Hall Renovation Nearing Completion

The renovation project on City Hall continues to progress according to City Attorney Sean Surrisi.  Tuesday evening he gave members of the Redevelopment Commission an update on the project. The current plan calls for the final walk through on July 23rd and the creation of a punch list of items which still need to...
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Commissioners Hear from Organizations they Support

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June 20, 2018
Commissioners Hear from Organizations they Support

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioners meeting several organizations that receive funding from the county gave updates of their programming in preparation of the 2019 budget. Nancy Cox from the Humane Society said they had a total of 940 animal calls in 2017.  517 of those calls were in the county.  Overcrowding continues to be...
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Heartland Artists Hosts 5th Annual Art in the Street Festival

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June 19, 2018
Heartland Artists Hosts 5th Annual Art in the Street Festival

The Heartland Artists Gallery is gearing up for their 5th annual Art in the Street Festival. The event will take place this Saturday, June 23rd, from 10-3 in downtown Plymouth. Artists and artisans from surrounding areas will be selling their works, including acrylic & watercolor paintings, sculptures, etchings, drawings, pottery, handmade jewelry, stained glass,...
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Byers Arrested by Bourbon Police

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June 19, 2018
Byers Arrested by Bourbon Police

Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department stopped a vehicle traveling on Main Street t 5:20 Monday morning without and headlights. The driver, Nickolas Byers of Bourbon was found to have a suspended driver’s license with a prior conviction.  Byers was transported to the Marshall County Jail, given a July 3rd court date and...
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City Police Arrest 2 for Driving Without A License

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June 19, 2018
City Police Arrest 2 for Driving Without A License

Jaime Lopez-Hernandez, 30, of Plymouth, was stopped on a traffic stop in the area of North Michigan and Klinger Streets on Friday, June 15th. During the investigation Mr. Lopez-Hernandez was found to have never received a driver’s license.  He was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while never receiving a license and was incarcerated...
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Tudio Arrested for Probation Violation

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June 19, 2018
Tudio Arrested for Probation Violation

On Friday, June 15th just after 10, Plymouth Police Officer David Finn was dispatched to 112 West Jefferson Street, the Marshall County Probation Department for a reported probation violation. Saladin Defria Tudio, 34 of Largo had failed a drug screening, violating the terms of his probation.  Saladin was placed under arrest and transferred to...
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Bremen Police Arrests

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June 19, 2018
Bremen Police Arrests

A South Bend man was arrested by Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder Thursday night following a traffic stop on State Road 331. About 9:45 Officer Stouder stopped 44 year old Dushon L. Taylor.  He found an active warrant from Marion County. He was taken into custody without incident.   Friday afternoon about 3 Bremen...
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INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES FIVE ADDITIONAL SHOWS AS PART OF THE 2018 INDIANA STATE FAIR

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June 19, 2018
INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES  FIVE ADDITIONAL SHOWS AS PART OF  THE 2018 INDIANA STATE FAIR

Tuesday a third wave of five of 17 concerts were announced that will be part of the Chevrolet Free Stage headline entertainment at the 2018 Indiana State Fair, which returns August 3-19. Each night of the fair features a concert that is free with paid fair admission. The third wave of shows announced Tuesday include: Natalie...
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MCEDC Returning to Entrepreneurial Roots through IDEA Week

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June 19, 2018
MCEDC Returning to Entrepreneurial Roots through IDEA Week

Marshall County’s proud history of entrepreneurship makes it a perfect place to develop and grow startup businesses. That is why Marshall County Economic Development Corporation took part in Notre Dame’s IDEA Week, an event which introduces entrepreneurs, developers, and investors to each other and highlights the economic growth in our region. MCEDC’s involvement in...
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In Letter to President Trump, Donnelly and Young Reiterate Importance of Bringing Fallen POW/MIAs Home from North Korea

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June 19, 2018

In a letter, U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and Todd Young (R-IN) welcomed President Trump’s recent commitment in Singapore to recover and repatriate the remains of American prisoners of war (POW) and servicemembers who are missing in action (MIA) from the Korean War, including 176 Hoosiers. The senators said, in part, in their letter, “As...
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