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INDOT Won’t Fund Crossroads Plaza Project at Michigan & Jefferson, New Project Harrison Street Trail

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April 8, 2021
INDOT Won’t Fund Crossroads Plaza Project at Michigan & Jefferson, New Project Harrison Street Trail

Mike Reese from the Troyer Group had some disappointing news for the Plymouth Park Board during their meeting on Monday. He said the Stellar Communities Crossroad Plaza at the corner of Michigan and Jefferson Streets submitted with the original stellar application wont’ be funded by an INDOT grant.  Reese went on to say, “Due...
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New Song Church Pastor Keynote Speaker for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast May 6th

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April 8, 2021
New Song Church Pastor Keynote Speaker for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast May 6th

Mayor Senter is pleased to announce this year’s speaker for the Annual Prayer Breakfast to be held on Thursday, May 6th at 6:30 am at Christo’s Banquet Center. The keynote speaker will be Pastor Justin Chambers from the New Song Church. Pastor Justin Chambers moved to Indiana in 1995 after attending Evangel University, majoring in...
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Mishler: Senate Republicans Propose Balanced Budget & Increase For K-12 Funding

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April 8, 2021
Mishler: Senate Republicans Propose Balanced Budget & Increase For K-12 Funding

Senate Republicans announced Thursday their two-year state budget proposal, which is balanced, provides historic support for education, and cuts half a billion dollars in debt, said State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen), chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations. The Senate Republican amendment to the budget bill, House Bill 1001, includes $875 million in additional...
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M.C. Museum Arbor Day Series: The Upside Down Tree

April 8, 2021
M.C. Museum Arbor Day Series:  The Upside Down Tree

This month the Marshall County Museum is celebrating Arbor Day all month long.  Each Thursday they will unveil some of Marshall County’s obscure, memorable, and ‘believe-it-or-not’ trees.  The first tree featured is the “upside-down” tree that was on State Road 17 west of Plymouth. This is their first article. Trees, trees, trees! Where would...
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NIPSCO Recognizes Safe Digging Month And Reminds Customers To Call 811

April 8, 2021
NIPSCO Recognizes Safe Digging Month And Reminds Customers To Call 811

April has been proclaimed Safe Digging Month in the state of Indiana and NIPSCO is reminding customers and contractors to always call 811 at least two business days prior to starting any digging project. Making this free call will ensure the dig site is marked with paint or flags where the approximate underground public...
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Walorski Introduces Bipartisan Preserving Family Farms Act

April 8, 2021
Walorski Introduces Bipartisan Preserving Family Farms Act

U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) and Jimmy Panetta (D-Calif.) Wednesday introduced the bipartisan Preserving Family Farms Act. The legislation would help family-owned farms continue operations after a loved one has passed by easing the burden of the estate tax. The bill would modernize the special use valuation provision of the estate tax by increasing...
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Indiana Adds $60 Million in Direct Support for Small Businesses

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April 8, 2021
Indiana Adds $60 Million in Direct Support for Small Businesses

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Wednesday announced a significant expansion of the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant that will add $60 million to the program, tripling the total allocation, and allow small businesses to seek reimbursement for eligible expenses incurred between March 1, 2020, and May 1, 2021. The program, which was first announced in...
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Governor Holcomb Announces Expansion On Small Business Restart Grant

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April 8, 2021
Governor Holcomb Announces Expansion On Small Business Restart Grant

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Wednesday announced a significant expansion of the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant that will add $60 million to the program, tripling the total allocation, and allow small businesses to seek reimbursement for eligible expenses incurred between March 1, 2020, and May 1, 2021. The program, which was first announced in...
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Thursday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

April 8, 2021
Thursday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Thursday that 1,397 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 694,836 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. The Indiana Covid-19 Dashboard & Map shows...
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Plymouth Man Taken Into Custody On Burglary Charge

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April 8, 2021
Plymouth Man Taken Into Custody On Burglary Charge

Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 P.M. Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 200 block of North Michigan Street in reference to a residence that that had been broke into earlier Wednesday morning. During the investigation the suspect was identified as being 33 year old Adam Lolmaugh of Plymouth. Later that afternoon...
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Gentleman Screaming At Cars By Walmart Found To Have Warrant

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April 8, 2021
Gentleman Screaming At Cars By Walmart Found To Have Warrant

On Wednesday, April 7th at 10:58 A.M. Officer DeLee responded to 1500 Pilgrim Lane in reference to a male subject yelling at cars by Walmart. As Officer arrived at the location he made contact with the male subject who was identified as 32 year old Adam Ryan Mann who according to the news release...
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Plymouth Man Faces Charges Of Leaving The Scene Of A Crash

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April 8, 2021
Plymouth Man Faces Charges Of Leaving The Scene Of A Crash

On Tuesday, April 6th at 2:21 A.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to an accident on Michigan Road and Veteran’s Parkway involving an intoxicated driver. Officer Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department located the vehicle and driver at the Speedway Gas Station in Plymouth.An investigation was conducted by Officer Stamper who was assisted...
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Male Asleep In Vehicle Report Results In Walkerton Mans Arrest

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April 8, 2021
Male Asleep In Vehicle Report Results In Walkerton Mans Arrest

On Wednesday, April 7th at 1:44 A.M. Deputy Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the 5000 block of Queen Road for a male asleep in a vehicle on the side of the roadway. As Deputy Wozniak arrived to the location he located 46 year old Jerry McMahan of Walkerton, asleep...
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Rochester Man Arrested For Possession Of Stolen Property

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April 8, 2021
Rochester Man Arrested For Possession Of Stolen Property

On Wednesday April 7th at approximately 12:02 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a call in reference to a vehicle on the side of the roadway on Lincoln Highway near U.S. 31. The caller further advised that a male subject was also with the vehicle and the male was acting, very nervous. Marshall...
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Plymouth Park Board Plans News Playground for Hoosier Old Wheels Pavilion

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April 7, 2021
Plymouth Park Board Plans News Playground for Hoosier Old Wheels Pavilion

Members of the Plymouth Park Department were asked to decide of what style of playground they want at the Hoosier Old Wheels Pavilion. Monday evening during the park board meeting, Mike Reese from the Troyer Group discussed the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant through the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.  This grant...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Resolution Opposing Savings Accounts

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April 7, 2021
Plymouth School Board Approves Resolution Opposing Savings Accounts

The Plymouth School Board unanimously approved a resolution during their April 6th meeting. Superintendent Andy Hartley indicated that several areas schools had met together to share information about upcoming state legislation discussion primarily concerning public school funding. Below is the resolution approved: “RESOLUTION 2021- 4 Resolution Opposing Education Savings Accounts and Voucher Expansion WHEREAS,...
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Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Approved Permit for The Trap

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April 7, 2021
Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Approved Permit for The Trap

Members of the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission held their monthly meeting online due to COVID-19, Tuesday morning April 6th. Members include Michelle Traughber with the Indiana State Excise Police, and local members Maria Kellar, Jan Fisher and Bryan Howard. On the agenda were the renewals of the beer, wine and liquor permits for...
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MARSHALL COUNTY 2020 PAYABLE 2021 TAX STATEMENTS ARRIVING SOON

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April 7, 2021
MARSHALL COUNTY 2020 PAYABLE 2021 TAX STATEMENTS ARRIVING SOON

Marshall County property tax statements should be arriving in the mail in the next few days. Marshall County Treasurer Angie Birchmeier reminds residents that the due date is May 10. The State of Indiana has mandated that each county use a uniform tax statement. The updated property tax statement format has caused concerns with...
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Cemetery Clean Up For The Town Of Bourbon

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April 7, 2021
Cemetery Clean Up For The Town Of Bourbon

Ryan Schori, Bourbon Township Trustee is reminding Citizens of spring cleaning at all five cemeteries in the township: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Park/ IOOF Cemetery and the Ganshorn Cemetery. Clean up will begin April 10th and last until April 24th. Anything that families want to save needs to be removed from the stones and from...
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Judge Bowen Sentences Warsaw Man to 12 Years

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April 7, 2021
Judge Bowen Sentences Warsaw Man to 12 Years

Terry Sabo, age 34, of Warsaw, was sentenced in Marshall Superior Court 1 by Judge Robert Bowen on March 31, 2021. Sabo plead guilty to a Level 3 Burglary count and two counts of Intimidation as Level 5 felonies. Sabo injured a Bourbon homeowner when he broke and entered her home. After pleading guilty,...
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