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Learn About Ulysses S. Grant at this month’s Brown Bag Lunch

August 12, 2015
Learn About Ulysses S. Grant at this month’s Brown Bag Lunch

Bring your sack lunch and a friend to the Marshall County Museum for the next Brown Bag Lunch this Friday, August 14, from 12-1. This month’s Brown Bag Lunch series features local author from Argos, Joe Krom.  He will be presenting information that he gathered when writing his novel, “Ulysses S. Grant:  Youth to Uniform.” Krom’s novel, based...
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Honey of a Deal at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

August 12, 2015
Honey of a Deal at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

Celebrate Honey Bee Day at the Plymouth Farmers Market this Saturday with Sherry and Stephen Neff of Freedom Hill Farms. Come to the Market with a bee costume and win a jar of their award-winning honey! Beekeeping equipment will be on display to learn more and also a photo op as an apiarist. Music starts at...
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State’s Request for Secretarial Disaster Declaration Approved in 53 Counties

August 12, 2015
State’s Request for Secretarial Disaster Declaration Approved in 53 Counties

Indianapolis – Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a secretarial disaster declaration for 53 of Indiana’s 92 counties as requested by Governor Mike Pence, Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann, and Indiana Farm Service Agency Executive Director Julia A. Wickard in a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Thomas Vilsack in late July. The request came...
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Friday Checkpoint Yielded Two Arrests

August 12, 2015
Friday Checkpoint Yielded Two Arrests

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman, along with Patrolman Troy Ulch of the Culver Police Department, and head of the Marshall County DUI Task Force, announced (today-Wednesday) the results of the Sobriety Checkpoint conducted on Friday, July 31, 2015.  The checkpoint was conducted in the southbound lane on North Oak Road in Plymouth and...
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Starke County First Responders Trained to Medicate for Drug Rescue Measures

August 12, 2015
Starke County First Responders Trained to Medicate for Drug Rescue Measures

Last week Starke County Law Enforcement Officers, EMT’s and firefighters attended training to administer Naloxone/Narcan at the Starke County Justice Center. Drug overdose has become the leading cause of accidental death in the Indiana. Opioids are the most commonly abused prescription drugs and our heroin problem in Starke County has reached epidemic proportions. The...
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Walorski Stops at Nishikawaka Standard Co LLC in Marshall County

August 12, 2015
Walorski Stops at Nishikawaka Standard Co LLC in Marshall County

Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday stopped in Marshall County as part of her district-wide ‘Get Regulation Out of the Way’ (GROW) tour.  Over the next two days, Walorski will visit manufacturers, local businesses and farms to hear how federal regulations have affected their industry. During her stop at Nishikawaka Standard Co LLC (NISCO), Walorski...
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County Police Investigate Break-in at Discount Carpet Warehouse

August 12, 2015
County Police Investigate Break-in at Discount Carpet Warehouse

Monday evening, August 10th just after 8 officers from the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department were dispatched to the Discount Carpet Warehouse and Storage Center located at 7809 Redwood Road west of Plymouth in reference to a burglary. Once on the scene officers learned that someone had forced entry into one of the storage units...
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Tidbits from Triton

August 12, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Teacher, Samantha Willsey, works with students in Triton High School’s Human Body Systems class. This class is part of the Project Lead the Way program in Biomedical Sciences. The Project Lead the Way program is sponsored in our area schools through grant funding from the national Project Lead the Way Organization.  Local businesses and...
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Sky Diving Company Released from Lease at Airport

August 12, 2015
Sky Diving Company Released from Lease at Airport

            Airplanes are once again taking off and landing at the Plymouth Municipal Airport, but skydivers are absent.  Troy Church, owner of Plymouth Skysports appeared before the Plymouth Aviation Board Tuesday night to ask that he be released from his lease at the airport.  Church moved his skydiving operation to Michigan City during the...
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Election Board Sets Dates and Times for Absentee Voting

August 12, 2015
Election Board Sets Dates and Times for Absentee Voting

The Marshall County Election Board passed a resolution Tuesday establishing voting dates and hours for absentee voting for the municipal elections on November 3rd. The election board anticipated approximately 250 applications to vote absentee in the Clerk’s Officer in the Court House. Absentee voters of the City of Plymouth, Town of Culver and Town...
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