Local & State News

Plymouth Woman Driving Without Headlights Arrested for Operator Never Licensed

Plymouth Police responded to a call of a vehicle driving with no headlights about 6:45 Sunday night. The vehicle was located and stopped at Plum and Washington Streets. The driver, 28-year-old Cynthia Yohana of Harrison Street in Plymouth ... Read more...

Tri Kappa Selling Christmas Buckeyes

Plymouth Tri Kappa is selling their delicious buckeyes during the holiday season.  A container is $6 each or 2 for $10!! Stop in and get some at Fernbaugh’s, Laurie Sutter State Farm or Plymouth LP!! For many years Tri Kappa has ... Read more...

Plymouth Park Department is Ready for the Holidays

The Plymouth Park Department is gearing up for the Christmas Season with a variety of events.  Right now, you can stop by River Park Square from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and enjoy the Christmas lights that dance to the music. While watching ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb issues statement about extending the public health emergency

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb Wednesday offered the following statement. “Last week I made clear what would be necessary to responsibly allow the state public health emergency to expire. However, following the announcement that the ... Read more...

ISP Issued 40 Traffic Citations in Pre-Thanksgiving Patrol

Wednesday, troopers working from the Indiana State Police Peru Post conducted a saturation patrol targeting aggressive and impaired drivers in Miami, Wabash, Cass, Fulton, Grant, and Howard Counties. During the patrol, officers ... Read more...

Indiana State Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting in Marshall County

Sunday afternoon the Indiana State Police Bremen Post was requested to investigate an officer-involved shooting involving a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Just after 2:00 p.m. on November 28, an officer with the Culver ... Read more...

South Bend Symphony Orchestra’s Octet Visits Plymouth’s Heartland Artist Gallery

South Bend Symphony Orchestra’s Octet, a unique and immersive audio experience, travels to Plymouth’s Heartland Artist Gallery. The collaboration provides gallery visitor’s the opportunity to enjoy the Symphony’s one-of-a-kind ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb Makes Appointments to Various Boards and Commissions

Governor Eric J. Holcomb last week announced several appointments to various state boards and commissions. The only appointment involving anyone from Marshall County was Bruce Dickie of Bremen, Manager of Safety and Resources with Selge ... Read more...

Officer Involved in Fatal Shooting in Culver on Sunday

Marshall County Sheriff Matthew Hassel released a few details Sunday evening regarding an officer involved shooting.  On Sunday, November 28 at about 2:08pm a pursuit began in Culver involving the Culver Police Department. The pursuit was ... Read more...

City Council Approves Moving Forward with Solar Project at Wastewater Treatment Plant with Telamon

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council was asked to approve an agreement with Telamon to design a solar project for the Wastewater Treatment Facility.  Plymouth Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson told Common Council members ... Read more...

Plymouth Water Dept. to Determine Material Used in City Water Lines

Plymouth Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety a letter was sent in the city water bills this weekend informing customers that as a requirement from the new lead and copper rule, the ... Read more...

Groundbreaking Ceremony Nov. 29th for Deerfield Meadows in Argos

The Town of Argos will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Deerfield Meadows Subdivision on Monday, November 29th.  The groundbreaking will take place on Kenilworth Road south of 17th Road on the east side.  The housing ... Read more...

Marshall County Solid Waste Offering Confidential Paper Shredding on December 4th

Visit the Recycle Depot on December 4, from 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon for the Grateful Shred, our annual large-scale paper shredding event. Any Marshall County resident can bring their confidential documents and records to be shredded ... Read more...

SJHC Partners with Plymouth Schools to Offer COVID Vaccine Clinics

Plymouth Community School and Saint Joseph Health Center are partnering to offer a couple of COVID Vaccination Clinics next month. On December 7th vaccinations will be available at the Lincoln Junior High from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.  The ... Read more...

Cultivate Food Rescue Provides Healthy Meals for Those in Need

Todd Zeltwanger of Cultivate Food Rescue stopped by the Plymouth Rotary Club meeting on November 22 to update the club on his organization’s activities. Cultivate Food Rescue connects unserved or ... Read more...

October 2021 Indiana Employment Report

 Indiana’s unemployment rate for September 2021, which stood at 4.0% when released on Oct. 22, has since been revised downward to 3.5% by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Indiana’s labor force participation rate for ... Read more...

Plymouth Band Members Selected for State Honor Bands

In November, several band members from Plymouth High School have been selected for state honor bands for both the Indiana Jazz Educators Association and the Indiana Bandmasters Association. On Sunday, November 14th, the Indiana ... Read more...

LOCAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR CHOSEN 2021 STATE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR

On Sunday, November 21, the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) recognized Ryan Welch, Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth as the 2021 State Assistant Principal of the ... Read more...

Indiana Department of Education Announces PRIME Grant Recipients; Bremen High School

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) Monday awarded 22 schools across the state with grants to support the launch of the Indiana Postsecondary Ready Investigative Mathematics Experience (PRIME) math transitions course. Schools will ... Read more...

Flora Woman Arrested By City Police for False Informing, Warrant in Pulaski Co.

Sergeant Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department located 48-year-old Yevette Hanselman of Flora at 1827 North Michigan Street Saturday afternoon just before 4 p.m. Haselman was arrested for False Informing and during the ... Read more...