Local & State News

Updated 2:30 p.m. Weather Related Closures

Calvary Lutheran Church in Plymouth no Wednesday or Thursday activities Bremen Grace Fellowship Church, no evening activities Bremen Missionare Church closed Wednesday Cardinal Services offices and facilities will be closed, Wednesday, ... Read more...

Police Chief Bacon Granted Approval to Offer Conditional Employment to Kenton Lovely

Monday evening during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, Police Chief Dave Bacon asked for approval to offer conditional employment to a candidate.  The chief said Kenton Lovely currently lives in Ohio but is from ... Read more...

Commissioners & Council Approve Health Dept. Request for Vaccine Reimbursement

The Marshall County Commissioners and County Council approved the request of the Marshall County Health Department to apply for the vaccine reimbursement fund. During the County Council meeting on January 12th Faith Freed from the Health ... Read more...

McIntire M.C. Firefighter of the Year

Each year the Marshall County Firefighter’s Association recognizes one firefighter as the county’s Firefighter of the Year. Nominations are accepted at the end of each year and a committee reviews the nominations and selects the ... Read more...

City Cemetery Superintendent Opens Quotes for Utility Vehicle

Plymouth’s Cemetery Superintendent, Mike Collins opened quotes during Monday evening’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting for a Utility Vehicle that is in his 2023 budget.  Collins sought quotes from Bobcat of Fort Wayne, ... Read more...

Culver Woman Arrested on Warrant for Theft

Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a silver Cadillac at Michigan and Skylane Drive on Monday, January 23rd at about 11:15 in the morning for an infraction.  The driver, 42-year-old Angela ... Read more...

Applicant Needed for LaPaz Clerk-Treasurer Office

An applicant or two is needed to run for the Town of LaPaz Clerk-Treasurer Office.  A qualified candidate must be a resident of the Town of LaPaz to be eligible to run. Lorraine Dove is retiring this year and LaPaz needs a new ... Read more...

Special Kid’s Discovery Series: Prehistoric Marshall County

Did you know that mastodons and woolly mammoths lived in Marshall County at one time? Come learn all about them! The Marshall County Museum is sponsoring a Kid’s Discovery Series on Prehistoric Marshall County with expert Bill Snyder. ... Read more...

Republic Services Details Recycling Information

Plymouth residents who recycle using their Republic tote are being updated on the items that are approved for recycling and those items that are not.  You can put plastics in your recycle toter. The item should have a number 1 through ... Read more...

Marshall County Under “Advisory” Level Travel Advisory

In preparation for the upcoming winter storm event, an “Advisory” level travel advisory has been put into place.  An “Advisory” level travel advisory is the lowest level of local travel advisory and means that ... Read more...

Espich Arrested for DUI and Possession

On Sunday, January 22nd at about 12:10 in the morning City Officer Vison was conducting DUI patrol when he observed a white passenger car disregard the red traffic light at the intersection of Michigan and Plymouth/Goshen Trail. A traffic ... Read more...

Young Discusses Taiwan on Fox News

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, tonight joined Special Report on Fox News to discuss his recent trip to Taiwan.  Excerpts of Senator Young’s comments are below: “This visit was ... Read more...

INDOT Preparing for Winter Storm, Difficult Commutes Expected Wednesday

The Indiana Department of Transportation is preparing for a winter storm expected to impact the state starting overnight Tuesday and early Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings and winter weather ... Read more...

Winter Weather Advisory In Place from 4:00am until 8:00pm for Wednesday, January 25

The National Weather Service in North Webster has issued a “Winter Weather Advisory” for our area beginning at 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 25, and continuing through 8:00 p.m. Wednesday night.  Snow will spread rapidly ... Read more...

Assistant Chief Mark Owen Presented Key to the City

Monday evening during the Common Council meeting, Mayor Mark Senter read a Proclamation honoring Mark Owen for his years of service to the Plymouth Police Department and the citizens of the community.    The proclamation said, ... Read more...

Havens Arrested for Tresspass at Serenity Place

On Saturday, January 21st, Officer Vison with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Serenity Place on West Jefferson for a Protection order violation / Trespassing issue. During the investigation, it was determined that ... Read more...

County Board of Finance Approves Outstanding Warrants and Interest Rate Comparison Report

The Marshall County Board of Finance met on January 17th to reorganize and review the 2022 financial reports. The board retained Mike Burroughs as President and Kevin Overmyer as Vice-President with County Treasurer Kelly Einspahr as the ... Read more...

Councilman Harman Briefs Council on December Appropriation of READI Grant Public Matching Funds

During this month’s County Council meeting, Council Vice-President Tim Harman updated members on the appropriation for the Lifelong Learning and Blue Zones grant match during the December meeting.  Both Harman and Council President ... Read more...

County Auditor Presents Commissioners with 2022 Annual Financial Statement

Marshall County Auditor Angie Birchmeier presented the County Commissioners with the 2022 Annual Financial Statement at their meeting on Tuesday, January 17th.  The report shows the revenues and expenditures for all funds in last ... Read more...

Fisher to Run on Republican Ticket for Mayor of Plymouth

Thirty-one-year-old Republican Nick Fisher filed to run for Mayor of Plymouth on Thursday, January 19th. Nick is dedicating his Campaign in memory of his brother (Ben) and to honor his wishes for our city. In a press release Sunday evening ... Read more...