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County K9 Tracks Craft into Field

June 12, 2015
County K9 Tracks Craft into Field

On Thursday evening June 11, at approximately 11:20 p.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle for a speeding violation.   Before the officer was able to catch up to the vehicle it stopped on Muckshaw Road north of State Road 10.   The occupant of the vehicle fled the...
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ACLU of Indiana Sues Official for Drug Testing People Seeking Assistance

June 12, 2015
ACLU of Indiana Sues Official for Drug Testing People Seeking Assistance

Indianapolis — A disabled, indigent Posey County woman has sued a local official who denied her access to necessary financial assistance because she could not take a drug test required by the official to submit an application for assistance, claiming the drug testing requirement violates the United States Constitution.   The lawsuit against Black...
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Mayor Proclaims June 8 – 14 as Tri Kappa Week in Honor of 100 Years

June 12, 2015
Mayor Proclaims June 8 – 14 as Tri Kappa Week in Honor of 100 Years

On Monday June, 9th Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter proclaimed this week as Tri Kappa Week in the City of Plymouth Senter said, “2015 marks a celebration of a full century of Plymouth women coming together to enrich our community in areas of charity, culture, and education.  Tri Kappa has continually provided excellent community service...
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GRAND OPENING FOR FREEDOM PARK

June 11, 2015
GRAND OPENING FOR FREEDOM PARK

The Freedom Park Committee will be hosting a grand opening ceremony Wednesday, June 17th at 6:00 p.m. at Packard Woods in Plymouth, Ind. The main, large play structure, Phase 1 of the all-inclusive playground project, is completed and ready for kids to enjoy. Everyone is invited to attend and celebrate the opening of this...
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Walkerton Man Arrested for Possession and OWI

June 11, 2015
Walkerton Man Arrested for Possession and OWI

During a traffic stop Thursday morning about 12:12 Marshall County Police arrested 21 year old Christian Merz of Walkerton. A county officer conducted a traffic stop at US 31 south a 9A Road and Merz was arrested for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated endangering a person and Possession of Marijuana. His bond was set...
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United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

June 11, 2015
United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

Make the most of the summer sun! Get your foursome together and plan a weekly caravan to six popular courses in Marshall County. The Give and Golf Card, available for a $50 donation to United Way of Marshall County, entitles a golfer to play one round of golf at all six Marshall County courses:...
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People’s University Looking for Class Professors

June 11, 2015
People’s University Looking for Class Professors

Do you have a special skill or talent you would like to share with others?  Or maybe you’re a business looking for more exposure?   People’s University could be the opportunity you’re looking for! People’s University is a co-op of educational resources coming together to offer the residents of Marshall County lifelong learning opportunities.  People’s...
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Stone Arrested for Theft

June 11, 2015
Stone Arrested for Theft

On Monday, June 8, the Plymouth Police Department received information from the Steger, IL Police Department regarding the theft of an I-phone. Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department followed up on the information and learned that the stolen I-phone had been sold to a juvenile in Plymouth. The phone was recovered and...
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Donnelly Questions Senate Hearing Panel on Harassing Calls Targeting Seniors

June 11, 2015
Donnelly Questions Senate Hearing Panel on Harassing Calls Targeting Seniors

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly in a Senate Special Committee on Aging Hearing Wednesday questioned one of the testifying witnesses about harassing calls from people claiming to sell medical equipment and what can be done on the federal level to prevent these calls. In these cases, people claiming to sell medical equipment will...
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Councilman Delp Brings Up New Subjects

June 11, 2015
Councilman Delp Brings Up New Subjects

Plymouth City Councilman Mike Delp brought several issues up during the Common Council meeting Monday night. Delp mentioned the idea South Bend had of increasing the tall grass fine up to $350.  He said they are experiencing issues with out-of-town-owners who don’t seem to care what is happening with their properties, “similar to what...
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