Local & State News

Marshall County Sheriff Honors Dispatchers Hite and Budd with Life Saving Award

Marshall County Sheriff Matthew Hassel presented Life Saving Awards to Dispatcher Morgan Hite and Dispatcher James Budd. On March 25 of this year at approximately 9:09 a.m., Marshall County Central Dispatch received a call from a female at ... Read more...

County Commissioners Open Bids for Community Crossing Road Projects and Adjacent Projects

The Marshall County Commissioners opened bids for the 2022 Community Crossing project and the adjacent projects during their meeting Monday morning.The three Community Crossing projects are Tamarack Road from State Road 6 to the County ... Read more...

City Attorney Discusses Transfer in Engineering Dept., Stellar Update and Redistricting

Last week City Attorney Sean Surrisi asked members of the Plymouth Common Council to approve a resolution to allow the transfer of appropriations from the General Fund in the Engineering Department.  Surrisi said he wanted to take ... Read more...

Tim Peet Arrested by County Police for OWI, OWI Endangering & Criminal Recklessness

On Saturday, May 13, at approximately 9:40 pm Marshall County Officers were dispatched to the 15000 block of 3rd Road in reference to an intoxicated male being disruptive and having caused damage to the caller’s vehicle. When County ... Read more...

Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals Approves Request for Electronic Sign at

Members of the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals heard the request of Frederickson Commercial Investments at 2162 U.S. 6 in Bremen, zoned Agricultural 1. The campground will reface the current sign but wants to add a 4 x 8-foot ... Read more...

Warsaw Man Arrested by County Police for OWI

On Saturday, May 14, at approximately 3:00 A.M the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center was notified of a male who was possibly intoxicated driving a vehicle in the area of 12th Road and the west county line. Deputy Templeman with the ... Read more...

‘Click It or Ticket’ Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign Launches Statewide

Starting today, more than 200 state and local law enforcement agencies will be increasing patrols as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign ahead of Memorial Day weekend. For the next three weeks, officers will be out in ... Read more...

Cool Off This Summer with Frozen Drinks at McDonald’s of Greater Indiana and Southwest Michigan

As the weather warms up, customers can turn up summer and cool off with frozen drinks at McDonald’s as four fan-favorite blended icy treats are now available at restaurants across Greater Indiana and Southwest Michigan. The perfect ... Read more...

Advisory: Increased Fire Danger Advisory in effect for the Marshall County area thru today.

National Weather Service has issued an Increased Fire Danger Advisory for Marshall County throughout today. Relative humidity values dropping to around 25 to 30 percent combined with northwest wind gusts up to around 25 to 30 mph, will aid ... Read more...

Klotz Fined $500 for Finance Report Violation Forward Paperwork on to Prosecutor

Friday afternoon the Marshall County Election Board conducted a hearing on a complaint filed by Nicole Haskins last month.  Haskins reviewed a number of candidate financial reports and found issues in almost everyone.  The issue ... Read more...

City to Offer Consumer Confidence Report Online

Plymouth’s Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson told members of the Board of Zoning Appeals members that each year by July 1st the city is required to provide a Consumer Confidence Report to their customers.  Usually, they are ... Read more...

Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Secondary Plat of South Point Subdivision

Earlier this month members of the Plymouth Plan Commission considered the request to approve phase III of the South Point Subdivision by Wenzel Industries Inc. Del Wenzel told members the residential subdivision on South Michigan Road ... Read more...

Commissioners Meet Monday Morning at 9:30

The Marshall County Commissioners meet Monday morning at 9:30 on the second floor of the County Building.  The agenda for the meeting includes a report from Highway Superintendent Jason Peters.  He will open bids for the ... Read more...

Dove Arrested on Multiple Charges

On Thursday, May 12th Plymouth Police were dispatched to a report of two male subjects fist fighting in the CVS parking lot. Arriving on the scene at about 1:30 in the morning, 40-year-old Michael Dove of Plymouth was located in the same ... Read more...

Young Speaks at First Public Meeting of USICA Conference Committee

Friday, Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a conferee on his U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), spoke at the first public meeting of the conference committee. The bill aims to out-innovate and outcompete the Chinese Communist ... Read more...

Attorney General Works with Bipartisan, Binational Colleagues on Border Failure; Confirms Causes and Effects on Indiana

Attorney General Todd Rokita worked with bipartisan, binational colleagues on the border failure this week at a collaborative summit near the southern border. Joined by 5 bipartisan attorneys general from US states and 14 Mexican attorneys ... Read more...

Peet Arrested for Criminal Recklessness With A Deadly Weapon

On Wednesday, May 11th, Marshall County Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male shooting a firearm and threatening the occupants at his residence in the 15,000 block of 3rd Road. During the investigation, county officers ... Read more...

Triton School Corporation Names New Athletic Director

At the Triton School Corporation, May 9th board meeting, Mr. Rodney Younis was recommended and approved as the new Athletic Director for Triton School Corporation beginning with the 2022-23 school year.  The decision was recently ... Read more...

200 Hoosiers Receive Teaching Scholarships

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has awarded 200 scholarships to the sixth class of Next Generation Hoosier Educators. Selected through a competitive process based on academic achievement and additional factors, ... Read more...

Senator Young, McMaster Discuss Leveraging American Innovation to Counter China

Today, Senator Young (R-Ind.), the lead Republican sponsor of the Senate-passed U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), participated in a live conversation with LTG (Ret.) H.R. McMaster, former national security advisor and ... Read more...