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M.C. Community Corrections Case Manager Graduates IN Dept. of Corrections Leadership Academy

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October 13, 2017
M.C. Community Corrections Case Manager Graduates IN Dept. of Corrections Leadership Academy

October 6, 2017, was a day of celebration for 22 Correction Professionals throughout Indiana. One of those 22 was Marshall County Community Corrections Case Manager, Charles Bowen, Jr. Chuck graduated from the Indiana Department of Correction Leadership Academy, held at the Correctional Training Institute in New Castle, IN. IDOC Leadership Academy is a two-week...
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Marshall County Community Foundation Awards $112,736 in Grants

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October 13, 2017
Marshall County Community Foundation Awards $112,736 in Grants

The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) announced the second round of 2017 grants from the Foundation’s Community Fund during an awards presentation held Thursday, October 12, 2017 in Plymouth, Indiana.Twice each year, nonprofit organizations are invited to submit proposals for new, innovative and collaborative projects. Members of the community serving on the MCCF Grants...
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Federal Grand Jury Indicts Peter Rink on Marshall County Case

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October 13, 2017
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Peter Rink on Marshall County Case

          Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman announced Thursday a federal grand jury convened in South Bend handed down an indictment in two counts against Peter Rink, also known as Peter Myers.  Count I of the federal indictment is possession of one or more firearms in and affecting interstate commerce after previously being convicted of...
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Domestic Violence Comes in Many Forms

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October 13, 2017
Domestic Violence Comes in Many Forms

Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman asked citizens to be aware that domestic violence affects one in four women at some point in her lifetime; on average three women are killed every day at the hands of a current or former intimate partner.  And make no mistake– men can be victims of domestic violence as...
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Board of Works Approves Request for Rees Theatre to Barricade Sidewalk & Permit Dumpster

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October 13, 2017
Board of Works Approves Request for Rees Theatre to Barricade Sidewalk & Permit Dumpster

Needed repairs are getting underway at the Rees Theatre. Monday evening Randy Danielson, Co-Chairman of the Rees Restoration Project asked the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety for permission to barricade the sidewalk on the south side of the building as masonry work will begin on October 16th to correct the bulging bricks....
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Donnelly Reiterates Call for Administration to Provide Market Stability and Work on Bipartisan Solutions to Strengthen Health Care System

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October 12, 2017
Donnelly Reiterates Call for Administration to Provide Market Stability and Work on Bipartisan Solutions to Strengthen Health Care System

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly again is calling for the Administration to commit to providing stability to health insurance markets and working together on bipartisan solutions to reduce health care costs, expand access to care, and strengthen the health care system.  Following up on his previous letter to Hoosier Seema Verma —Administrator of the Centers...
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September Fire Department Monthly Report

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October 12, 2017
September Fire Department Monthly Report

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented members or the Board of Public Works and Safety with his monthly report during their meeting Monday. Fire and EMS responded to a total of 623 alarm situations in September, 126 were EMS incidents, 6 medical assists and 1 EMS rescue call.   Fire calls were 1 chemical release,...
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Warren Arrested for Driving Without a License

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October 12, 2017
Warren Arrested for Driving Without a License

Twenty year old Justice Warren of Plymouth was pulled over for multiple traffic violations Thursday afternoon about 12:45 at Jackson and Center Streets.  Upon further investigation, it was determined that Mr. Warren had never received a license from Indiana or any other state.  He was taken into custody without incident and transported to the...
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Winter Heating Bills Forecasted to Remain Flat Compared to Last Year

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October 12, 2017
Winter Heating Bills Forecasted to Remain Flat Compared to Last Year

Each year, NIPSCO and other energy providers across the nation provide a forecast for home heating bills during the upcoming five-month winter heating season. Based on current market price projections for natural gas and assuming normal winter weather, NIPSCO natural gas customers can expect relatively flat bills compared to last year during the same...
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Marshall County Police Issue 25 Citations, Makes 9 Arrests as Part of Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

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October 12, 2017
Marshall County Police Issue 25 Citations, Makes 9 Arrests as Part of Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Over a 25-day period, the Marshall County Police Department issued 24 citations and made 9 arrests as part of the national enforcement blitz known as Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. Federal highway safety funds administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute supported overtime patrols for about 220 law-enforcement agencies across the state. Nationwide,...
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