Local & State News

Lt. Gov. Crouch Statement on Gov. Holcomb’s Hospitalization

The following is a statement from Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch regarding Gov. Eric Holcomb’s hospitalization Thursday with pneumonia. “I’ve been in contact with his staff today, and it’s good to hear the Governor is resting well and ... Read more...

Wind Advisory for Marshall County

Wind Advisory Issued The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for 7 P.M. tonight and lasting until 10 A.M. on Saturday, December 3rd.  Southwest winds will be 20 to 25 mph with gusts up to 45 mph expected.  Gusty ... Read more...

Shop with a Cop Radio Auction

Get ready for the 2022 Shop with a Cop Radio Auction! Visit this link to view items and for bid information: ... Read more...

Lt. Gov. Crouch, OCRA award over $728K to 10 properties

 Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Thursday announced 10 properties will be awarded $728,671 through the Historic Renovation Grant Program.  The program is designed to preserve ... Read more...

PHS Band Department get Part-Time Assistant

Plymouth High School Band Director Bryan Ames announced this week the addition of a new staff member to the band department.   He said, “After 16 years of being the only director at the high school, I can finally say I have ... Read more...

Commissioners Receive Quarterly Report from Museum Director

Director of the Marshall County Museum, Sandy Garrison, and President of the Historical Society Board Mike Miley appeared before the County Commissioners on Monday, November 21st for their quarterly report.  Since her last ... Read more...

Bourbon Christmas Tree Lighting Saturday

The 5th annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Bourbon takes place this Saturday December 3rd. The day begins with Breakfast with Santa at The Fuller Cup from 9 to 10 and again from 10 to 11.  This is a ticketed event.  At 5:45 in the ... Read more...

CULVER ACADEMIES STUDENTS PROPOSE WAYS TO HELP FEED CHILDREN IN NEED

Culver Academies students, the first high school teams to take part in the prestigious Impact Competition, flooded Blessings in a Backpack with ideas to raise money while letting more people know about the work of the nonprofit that works ... Read more...

IDDC Announces Completion of Over 40 IN Indiana Murals

More than 40 public art projects in 33 counties across the state funded by the Indiana Destination Development Corporation (IDDC) were recently completed by local organizations. “These public art projects help tell the ... Read more...

Indiana DOR Reminds Nonprofits About Upcoming Tax Changes

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) wants to remind nonprofit organizations about changes to how they file their annual report with the agency and how they will access sales tax exemption certificates beginning next year.  Earlier ... Read more...

The Office of Attorney General Rokita Issues Statement Regarding Dr. Caitlin Bernard Case

The Office of Attorney General Todd Rokita today released the following statement: “Today, the Office of the Indiana Attorney General filed an Administrative Action against Dr. Caitlin Bernard before the Indiana Medical Licensing Board. ... Read more...

Plymouth Police Investigate Shooting on Adams Street

Tuesday evening, November 29th at 8:09 officers from the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 800 block of West Adams Street for the report of a female with a gunshot wound. In a news release from Detective Ben McIntyre, it says the ... Read more...

City Board of Public Works & Safety Approves Street Closure for Candle Light Shopping on Thursday Evenings

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of the Downtown Merchants, represented by Sandy Saenz from Simplee Stated Gifts to close a portion of Garro Street for the next four Thursday evenings. Saenz ... Read more...

Commissioners Discuss Performance Bond for Roads in South Points Subdivision

Marshall County Auditor Julie Fox is trying to clean things up before she leaves office at the end of the year.  Last week she asked the County Commissioners and County Attorney about a Performance Bond belonging to Del Wenzel that ... Read more...

December Mobile Food Distributions in Marshall County

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will host two Mobile Food Distributions in Marshall County during December. Assorted food items are offered free of charge. All items are pre-boxed and pre-bagged. First come, first served, while supplies ... Read more...

Volunteer to Ring the Salvation Army Red Kettle Bells

The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign in Marshall County is up and running for the holiday season.  Volunteer Bell Ringers will be out in front of Walmart ringing the familiar bells hoping folks will drop in a few dollars or their ... Read more...

Office Hours at Plymouth Library Thursday 9-1 for US 30 & US 31 ProPEL Study

To accommodate those who were unable to attend Wednesday’s in-person public meeting on the US 30 and US 31 freeway project in Marshall County at Oregon Davis High School, an online recorded presentation is available ... Read more...

Bikes For Kids Seeking Support for 2023 Giveaway

Because of the great people in the communities we live in, Bikes for Kids has been able to increase the number of children they serve every year. Since their beginning in 2020, they have served over 700 children with a free bike and ... Read more...

Senators Young, Booker Join Discussion on Expanding Emergency Savings

Tuesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) joined the Bipartisan Policy Center for a virtual discussion on their ongoing efforts to expand access to emergency savings to help workers and employers, which ... Read more...

Attorney General Leads Multistate Effort to Save Utility Companies from Weaponized Wokeness

Attorney General Todd Rokita is co-leading a multistate effort to stop a Pennsylvania-based investment management company from imposing woke ideologies upon the business models of utility companies, potentially causing harm to investors ... Read more...