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Governor Holcomb’s Campaign Files 9,000+ Petition Signatures Statewide

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January 12, 2020
Governor Holcomb’s Campaign Files 9,000+ Petition Signatures Statewide

Last week, Governor Eric Holcomb’s campaign filed more than 9,000 petition signatures at courthouses and government offices in each of Indiana’s 92 counties. The signatures, filed on Wednesday and Thursday, will earn Governor Holcomb a place on the 2020 election ballot for reelection. “Governor Holcomb is working to serve Hoosiers everywhere every single day,...
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Walorski Votes Against Tying the President’s Hands in Protecting America’s National Security

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January 12, 2020

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Friday released the following statement after voting against H. Con. Res. 83, a non-binding resolution to limit the president’s authority to direct military action in response to Iranian aggression or to prevent Iran-backed terrorist attacks: “While today’s vote is merely a partisan ploy – the resolution would have no...
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Historic Preservation Photo Contest Kicks Off With Digital Format

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January 12, 2020
Historic Preservation Photo Contest Kicks Off With Digital Format

Ring in the new year and decade by entering a revamped historic preservation photo contest. The annual contest, run by the DNR Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology, has been held since 2005 using a traditional print format to promote Indiana’s historic resources. While the purpose remains the same, this year the contest is...
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Celebrate MLK Day of Service by volunteering for DNR

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January 11, 2020

Honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by becoming a volunteer at one of Indiana’s DNR properties this year. DNR provides a variety of ways for citizens to make a difference in maintaining, improving, and restoring Indiana’s natural and cultural heritage. Several opportunities are available, including maintaining trails, helping in nature centers, sharing...
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Marshall County Downgraded to Flood Watch

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January 10, 2020
Marshall County Downgraded to Flood Watch

Here is the latest update from the National Weather Service regarding the flood event. Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery said, “We have been moved back down from a Flood Warning to a Flood Watch.  Rain total estimates have been reduced since this morning.”    Total rain amount from tonight into early Sunday...
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TCU PHS Teacher of the Month for December

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January 10, 2020
TCU PHS Teacher of the Month for December

The TCU Plymouth High School December Teacher of the Month is Weidner School of Inquiry @ PHS Laura Unsicker. Unsicker received this award due to nominations submitted by her students stating she is respectful of her students and she is caring.One student who nominated Unsicker said, “Ms. Unsicker is super fun and I have...
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Commissioners Approve Sheriff’s Contract for 2020

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January 9, 2020
Commissioners Approve Sheriff’s Contract for 2020

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel presented the County Commissioner with his annual contract for service during their meeting Monday morning. County attorney Jim Clevenger said the contract is identical to previous years except for the compensation.  This year’s annual salary will be $89,525.80. The Marshall County Commissioners authorized commission president Kevin Overmyer to sign...
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M.C. Solid Waste District Mgt. Board of Directors Welcomes New Member, Greg Comption

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January 9, 2020
M.C. Solid Waste District Mgt. Board of Directors Welcomes New Member, Greg Comption

The Marshall County Solid Waste District Management Board of Directors meeting was held Monday at 11:15 in the office on Walter Glaub Drive. The board welcomed new member, city councilman Greg Compton who is replacing Bill Walters. The election of officers was held since it was the first meeting of the year.  Jon Van...
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Discover Plymouth’s Chocolate Walk Feb. 8th, Tickets on Sale Saturday, Still Accepting Business Participants

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January 9, 2020
Discover Plymouth’s Chocolate Walk Feb. 8th, Tickets on Sale Saturday, Still Accepting Business Participants

Discover Plymouth and the downtown businesses are planning the second annual Chocolate Walk that will be held on Saturday, February 8th. The Chocolate Walk offers participants the opportunity to stroll the downtown area, stop in at participating businesses and receive a chocolate treat.  The treats can be a variety of goodies including candies, cookies,...
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Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Minor Subdivision on Lilac Road

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January 9, 2020
Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Minor Subdivision on Lilac Road

Tuesday night the Plymouth Plan Commission approved a request of Gloria Espich and Jason and Lori Kiefer for a minor subdivision at 7602 Lilac Road. Plymouth Plan Consultant Ralph Booker told members the property is in the city’s two-mile zone in a rural residential district. The minor subdivision makes this request sound like a...
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Search Warrant Lands Three in Jail

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January 9, 2020
Search Warrant Lands Three in Jail

On Wednesday January 8, Officers from the UNIT (Undercover Narcotic Investigation Team), assisted by Marshall County Police and Plymouth Police, executed a search warrant at 816 North Plum Street, Apartment #3. During the search, Officers located several ounces of marijuana, numerous tablets of a controlled substance, paraphernalia, digital scales and packaging material, along with...
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“Heartless” Coming to Plymouth

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January 9, 2020
“Heartless” Coming to Plymouth

Marshall County Community Corrections and David’s Courage are hosting the play “Heartless” on Sunday, January 26th at 2 pm at Plymouth High School.   The play features inmates from the South Bend Reentry Center and was recently presented at the South Bend Civic Theatre. It tells stories of incarceration in an effort to create change....
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HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS TO PREVENT BIRTH DEFECTS

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January 9, 2020
HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS TO PREVENT BIRTH DEFECTS

Birth defects are the second-leading cause of infant deaths in Indiana, and about 2,500 Indiana babies are born with birth defects each year. Congenital malformations, such as cardiovascular, chromosomal, central nervous system and musculoskeletal defects, contributed to about one in five infant deaths in Indiana in 2018. Governor Eric J. Holcomb has made having...
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1st Source Bank PHS December Growth Awards

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January 9, 2020
1st Source Bank PHS December Growth Awards

Each month, student at Plymouth High School are nominated by staff members for showing growth during the month.  The award winners are selected by a team of PHS administrators. The December winners were: senior Sarah Lopez Tapia, sophomore Caleb Deacon, and freshmen Kiara Metz for being selected for all showing the most growth among...
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Attorney General: Landlords Cannot be Held Responsible for Tenants’ Municipal Utility Bills

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January 9, 2020
Attorney General: Landlords Cannot be Held Responsible for Tenants’ Municipal Utility Bills

Landlords cannot be held responsible for tenants’ municipal utility bills, Attorney General Curtis Hill said in an advisory opinion issued Thursday. “If a tenant is responsible for payment of utilities under a lease, the municipal utility cannot hold the landlord responsible for payment unless the landlord is a party to the service agreement,” Attorney...
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Latest Weather Update on Rain and Flooding Event from Marshall County EMA Director Clyde Avery

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January 9, 2020
Latest Weather Update on Rain and Flooding Event from Marshall County EMA Director Clyde Avery

Here is the latest update from the National Weather Service regarding the heavy rain event that will begin this evening and continue through Saturday. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning from Sunday, January 12 lasting until January 15 for the Yellow River in Plymouth.  They have also issued a Flood Warning...
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Heavy Rain Will Cause Flooding Issues This Week Into Next

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January 9, 2020
Heavy Rain Will Cause Flooding Issues This Week Into Next

Here is the latest update regarding the heavy rain event that will begin this evening and continue through Saturday. Our entire area is currently under a Flood Watch. A Flood Watch is issued when conditions are favorable for flooding to occur. Currently they are predicting 3 to 5 inches of rain. The rain is...
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Commissioners Approve Additional Hours for Medical Services at Jail Pending County Attorney Review of Contract

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January 8, 2020
Commissioners Approve Additional Hours for Medical Services at Jail Pending County Attorney Review of Contract

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel presented a new contract with Quality Correctional Care to the County Commissioners during their meeting on Monday morning.  The sheriff reminded the commissioners that this is the company that provided medical services to inmates who are housed in the county jail. With the increased jail population and recently having...
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County Candidates File Intentions to Run for Office

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January 8, 2020
County Candidates File Intentions to Run for Office

Tuesday, January 8th was the first day for candidates to file for office for the 2020 Election.  Several county candidates stopped by the Marshall County Clerk’s Office first thing in the morning to get their paperwork submitted. Angie Birchmeier is seeking a second term as the County Treasurer while Surveyor Craig Cultice is also...
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Traffic Stop Lands Two in Jail

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January 8, 2020
Traffic Stop Lands Two in Jail

On Saturday, January 4th at 11:16 P.M. Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop in the area of West Harrison Street and Fifth Street. During the course of the investigation the driver identified as 32 year old, Nathaniel R. Howard of Bremen was taken into custody for Unlawful Possession or...
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