Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

News

National journalist to tell ITAMCO story

July 9, 2014
National journalist to tell ITAMCO story

PLYMOUTH – Telling the “cool” stories he sees around the nation is the task of T.J. McCue and his “Driven by Design” national tour and Wednesday that tour brought him to Plymouth. An independent journalist – McCue and his wife and son hit the road in their year long journey aboard the “3DRV” and...
Read More »

Exhibits Sought for Open Class Building at 4-H Fair

July 9, 2014
Exhibits Sought for Open Class Building at 4-H Fair

Jane Yochum, Co-superintendent of the Open Class building at the Marshall County Fair is encouraging residents to participate in this year’s Open Class Show. The exhibit guide is available in the Extension Office at 112 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth or on line at www.ag.purdue.edu/counties/marshall, then CLICK on Family on the brown bar and...
Read More »

Patriotic Decoration Donated in Honor of Shirley Apple

July 9, 2014
Patriotic Decoration Donated in Honor of Shirley Apple

Activity Director Cindy Flagg was thrilled to receive a surprise gift sent to Miller’s Assisted Living just a few days before the July 4th holiday. It came all the way from Alabama. When Shirley Apple was a resident at Miller’s Assisted Living, her daughter Carol Steele of Cullman, Alabama presented several quilted, holiday wall...
Read More »

Marshall County Cub Scout Day Camp a Fun Time

July 9, 2014
Marshall County Cub Scout Day Camp a Fun Time

Tippecanoe – Potawatomi Wildlife Park was once again the host site for the annual Marshall County Cub Scout Day Camp held this summer. Cub Scouts from Marshall and surrounding counties enjoyed the Native American themed 2-day event. The day camp included five stations involving crafts, air rifle, fishing, archery, and a station focused on...
Read More »

STATE REPORTS WEST NILE VIRUS-INFECTED MOSQUITOES IN MARSHALL COUNTY

July 9, 2014
STATE REPORTS WEST NILE VIRUS-INFECTED MOSQUITOES IN MARSHALL COUNTY

State health officials confirmed the first signs of West Nile virus activity in Indiana for 2014. Mosquitoes in Marshall and Pike counties have tested positive for West Nile virus. There have been no reported cases of West Nile virus in humans in the state this year. West Nile virus has been found throughout the...
Read More »

Not Guilty Plea Entered for Ferguson and Donohue

July 9, 2014
Not Guilty Plea Entered for Ferguson and Donohue

It’s been a long wait for those in the Plymouth area who had dealings gone bad with a former local businessman and his Nebraska partner to be brought back to Marshall County to face charges. The former president and CEO of Stone Creek Homes, Inc., David Ferguson, was producing modular housing units at the...
Read More »

Bourbon Town Honors Police for Saving Lives

July 8, 2014
Bourbon Town Honors Police for Saving Lives

On Tuesday night the Bourbon Town Council presented awards of appreciation to a couple police officers and a reserve officer for their lifesaving tactics. Reserve Officer Doug Nordmann and Police Officer Matthew Geiger responded to a 9-1-1 call of an unresponsive man on May 15th at 12:40 a.m. They found Kelly Howard and giving...
Read More »

Area School Personnel Attend Active Shooter Training

July 8, 2014
Area School Personnel Attend Active Shooter Training

The last week of June several members of the Triton School Corporation staff, along with staff from Culver Schools, John Glenn Schools, and Plymouth Schools attended training at Triton High School on how to respond to the presence of an active shooter at school. The A.L.I.C.E. model was presented to area educators by two...
Read More »

Arrests by City Officers

July 8, 2014
Arrests by City Officers

07/09/14 On Friday, July 4th at 6:51 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer responded to Wal-Mart in reference of a female shoplifter. Officer Gilmore located and arrested 20 year old Olivia M. Ketcham of Plymouth for theft. She was transported and lodged at the Marshall County Jail and held on a $1,500 bond. A...
Read More »

Probable Cause for Stemen’s Attempted Murder Charge

July 8, 2014
Probable Cause for Stemen’s Attempted Murder Charge

29 year old Siamuel Stemen of Plymouth was arrested on Saturday, July 5th in the early morning hours for attempted murder a level 1 felony, strangulation a level 6 felony and criminal mischief and an A misdemeanor according to the probable cause affidavit. The incident these charges are related to began the evening of...
Read More »