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1st Source Donates $15,000 to Marshall County Economic Development Corporation

August 31, 2015
1st Source Donates $15,000 to Marshall County Economic Development Corporation

1st Source Bank has donated $15,000 to the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) for the implementation of a long range strategic plan to guide economic development activities and programs over the next five years. Connie Lemler, 1st Source Regional President, presented the donation to Jerry Chavez, MCEDC Executive Director. They were joined by...
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Brandon Cook Arrested for OWI with BAC over .15

August 31, 2015
Brandon Cook Arrested for OWI with BAC over .15

A Grovertown man was arrested Saturday morning following a traffic stop. During the traffic stop at Lincolnway West and Pioneer Drive, 24 year old Brandon M. Cook was found to be driving while intoxicated.  Cook was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Operating While Intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .15 or...
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Two Arrested in Argos for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

August 31, 2015
Two Arrested in Argos for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

Officers from the Argos Police Department made a couple of arrests Saturday for illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage and refusal to identify self. Early Saturday morning Officer Jeff Markley observed a female walking near North and Church Street.  It was determined that 18 year old Khristina Grove with a Plymouth address had been...
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Commissioners Close All County Offices for Chamberlin Funeral

August 31, 2015
Commissioners Close All County Offices for Chamberlin Funeral

The Marshall County Commissioners have decided to close all county offices from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursday, September 3rd for the procession and funeral of Sheriff Tom Chamberlin. Commissioner Kevin Overmyer said they wanted to allow all employees to line Michigan Street for the procession from the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home to...
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PHS 3rd Annual Boys Basketball Golf Outing – September 19

August 31, 2015
PHS 3rd Annual Boys Basketball Golf Outing – September 19

The Plymouth High School Boys Basketball Team will be holding their 3rd Annual Golf Outing on Saturday, September 19.  The outing will be held at the Plymouth Country Club. Proceeds from the gold outing will benefit the boys practice packets and tournament entry fees.  This year the cost is $75.00 per golfer or $300.00...
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Fog Delay

August 31, 2015
Fog Delay

John Glenn Schools are on a 2-hour DELAY. Plymouth community Schools are on a 2-hourDELAY Triton School Corporation is on a 2-hour DELAY. Union North United 2-hour DELAY Bremen Public Schools 2-hour DELAY Grace Baptist Christian School in Plymouth 2-hour DELAY St. Paul’s Lutheran in Bremen 2-hour DELAY Tippecanoe Valley Schools 2-hour DELAY Knox...
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Funeral Arrangements for Sheriff Chamberlin Announced

August 30, 2015
Funeral Arrangements for Sheriff Chamberlin Announced

Thomas Gerard Chamberlin, 58, died peacefully in his home on Friday, August 28th, 2015 shortly after 9:30 p.m.  He was under hospice care and surrounded by his loving family. Tom was born in Fort Wayne, IN and moved to Argos, IN when he was 13. He was the son of Jim & Carole (McKean)...
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1 Injured in 3 Vehicle Crash Friday Morning

August 30, 2015
1 Injured in 3 Vehicle Crash Friday Morning

A Plymouth teen failing to yield the right-of-way when attempting to cross US 31 Friday morning caused a three vehicle accident that sent one to a trauma center by helicopter. At approximately 7:52 a.m. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a three vehicle personal injury accident on US 31 at 11th Road. 17...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

August 30, 2015
Arrests by Plymouth Police

19 year old Savannah L. Bailey of Knox was arrested Wednesday evening by Plymouth Police. City Officer Matthew Emenhiser conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of Liberty and Rex Streets Wednesday evening about 9:15.  During the investigation it was found that Bailey was operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license.  She was...
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September is National Preparedness Month

August 30, 2015
September is National Preparedness Month

This was the second year in a row that Marshall County experienced a fairly harsh winter.  This winter included the Valentine’s Day blizzard that shut down roads, left motorists stranded and needing shelter.  The freezing and thawing that we experienced this spring caused significant damage to county roads which will be expensive and probably...
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