Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

News

Lynch Family Creates Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students at Ancilla College

June 3, 2014
Lynch Family Creates Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students at Ancilla College

  One local family is investing in education for adults who want to go back to school and earn a college degree. The family of Jack and Peggy Lynch have created an endowed scholarship for non-traditional students at Ancilla College. This fall the new scholarship will be available for students 22-years-old or older who...
Read More »

Free Fishing Weekend events June 7- 8

June 3, 2014
Free Fishing Weekend events June 7- 8

For Hoosiers who have never cast a fishing line or haven’t cast a line in a while, Free Fishing Weekend, June 7- 8, is a great opportunity. That’s because Indiana’s adult residents do not need a fishing license or a trout/salmon stamp to fish Indiana waters during Free Fishing Weekend. Clint Kowalik, DNR Go...
Read More »

Give blood with the American Red Cross and Help Maintain the Summer Blood Supply

June 3, 2014
Give blood with the American Red Cross and Help Maintain the Summer Blood Supply

The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to make and keep donation appointments to maintain the summer blood supply and help prevent a shortage. Donors of all blood types are currently needed, especially those with type O negative, B negative and A negative. While the need for blood remains constant during the summer,...
Read More »

Severe Storms Possible Through Wednesday Evening

June 3, 2014
Severe Storms Possible Through Wednesday Evening

Much of the state is at risk of seeing strong to severe thunderstorms through Wednesday evening. Damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain, flooding, lightning and even tornadoes are possible with these storms. The National Weather Service says the threat for severe weather will be highest during late Wednesday morning through afternoon for northern and...
Read More »

Major change in PHS Athletic physical policy

June 3, 2014

Please be aware, based on recent IHSAA correspondence and PCSC legal counsel received on June 2, 2014, effective immediately, all participants for any school sponsored summer sport contest or practice, including open facilities and weight training, will require a pre-participation IHSAA physical and consent form on file in the Plymouth High School Athletic office by July 7th.  No student will be allowed to participate without an IHSAA physical...
Read More »

Avoid the are of Dogwood rd between US 6 and SR 331 due to a large fire at Charleston Corp

June 3, 2014

Avoid the are of Dogwood Rd between US 6 and SR 331 due to a large fire a Charleston Corporation. Many fire departments on scene and lots of smoke.
Read More »

CenturyLink Offers Low-income Phones

June 3, 2014
CenturyLink Offers Low-income Phones

Did you know that discounts on basic residential phone service are available to qualifying low-income individuals in Indiana? CenturyLink is informing Indiana residents living in a CenturyLink service area to call 800-366-8201 and ask about the Lifeline and Link-Up telephone discounts or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline to find out if they qualify. These discounts will help...
Read More »

Groundbreaking for American Containers

June 2, 2014
Groundbreaking for American Containers

Monday morning the official ground breaking ceremony was held for the $4.5 million expansion at American Container Inc.  Last November Leonard and Mike Isban announced plans to purchase new manufacturing equipment valued at $3 million and construct a 39,000 square foot addition to the south end of the plant on Western Avenue estimated to...
Read More »

Pit Bull on the Loose Injured in Shooting by City Officer

June 2, 2014
Pit Bull on the Loose Injured in Shooting by City Officer

Plymouth Police officer Bob DeLee shot a dog three times on Friday afternoon after the animal charged at him twice.  About 12:55 Friday afternoon the Plymouth Police Department got a call in reference to a loose dog in the 600 block of Randolph Street.  Officer DeLee spoke with the complainant who said he had...
Read More »

County Presented $500,00 Change Order on 7th Road

June 2, 2014
County Presented $500,00 Change Order on 7th Road

Bart Trester, Project Supervisor for the 7th Road project from USI updated the Marshall County Commissioners on the project during their meeting Monday. Trester said 400 feet of storm sewer has been installed along with a box culvert.  He also noted that the peat has been removed on the west end of the project. ...
Read More »