Local & State News

Republican Party Chair Set Caucus to Fill Vacancy for County Treasurer

Marshall County Republican Party Chairman Deb VanDeMark has called a caucus to fill the upcoming vacancy for Marshall County Treasurer.  Current Marshall County Treasurer Angie Birchmeier has resigned from her position effective, ... Read more...

INDOT to Host Public Meetings for US 30 and US 31 Corridors

The ProPEL US 30 and US 31 study teams are asking for Hoosiers’ input as they begin Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) studies along approximately 180 miles of US 30 and US 31. The study teams will host six public information ... Read more...

Sheirff Hassel Urges Drivers to be Cautions During the Winter Driving Season

Marshall County Sheriff Matthew Hassel would like to remind motorists that winter is here, and we again will be experiencing weather conditions that will challenge our driving abilities.  Snow- and ice-covered roads create serious ... Read more...

Senator Stacey Donato: Lawmakers Gather for Organization Day

On Wednesday, November 22nd, senator Stacey Donato gathered with fellow lawmakers at the Statehouse for Organization Day the ceremonial start of the 123rd Indiana General Assembly.  Organization Day includes the swearing-in of new and ... Read more...

MACOG: Lessons Learned from Tactical Urbanism 2022

A very successful 2022 Tactical Urbanism season has come to a close and MACOG thought this was a great opportunity to share some of the lessons learned as communities begin thinking about and planning for 2023. MACOG provides assistance ... Read more...

City Meetings Scheduled for Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings Monday evening, November 28th beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  The agenda for the meeting includes reports from various department heads, a report ... Read more...

Get Ready Now to File Your 2022 Federal Income Tax Return

The Internal Revenue Service today encouraged taxpayers to take simple steps before the end of the year to make filing their 2022 federal tax return easier. With a little advance preparation, a preview of tax changes and convenient ... Read more...

Free parks admission on Black Friday

Spend time outdoors with Indiana DNR on Black Friday and win prizes as a part of #OptOutsideIN2022. All DNR properties will offer free admission. To participate, visit a state park, state forest, state-managed reservoir, fish & ... Read more...

Attorney General Alerts Hoosiers of Black Friday and Cyber Monday Scams

Attorney General Todd Rokita warns Hoosiers of Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping scams this holiday season. While every consumer wants to get the best bang for their buck, it’s important to use caution and do some research before ... Read more...

Bomb Scare in Plymouth, Novelty Alarm Clock

Emergency Responders from Plymouth and Marshall County responded to a possible bomb threat on Tuesday afternoon at about 12:30. The good news is it ended up being a novelty alarm clock.  The Plymouth Fire Department was dispatched to ... Read more...

New Carlisle Man Leads Bremen Police on Pursuit

On Tuesday morning, November 22, just before 11 a.m., Patrolman Jared Siple of the Bremen Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on a passenger vehicle for a traffic violation in the 1100 block of West Plymouth Street in ... Read more...

Commissioners Approve MOU for Autopies at $3,000 Each

On Monday the Marshall County Commissioners signed a 1-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the County Coroner and Pathologix LLC with Pathologist John Feczko MD from Valparaiso.  The agreement will provide a pathologist to ... Read more...

Local Law Enforcement Ramping Up Patrols During Peak Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. AAA is predicting 54.6 million people will be heading out for the holiday. Of those, nearly 49 million will be traveling by car, a rebound to almost pre-pandemic levels. This ... Read more...

County Commissioners Approve Scrolling Digital Information Monitors in County Building

The Marshall County Building will have the addition of new scrolling digital information screens with the Commissioner’s approval during their meeting Monday. Janell Prochno-Naylor from Adams Remco and Digital Sign Specialist Adam Riggs ... Read more...

Auto Park Donates Items to FOP Lodge 195’s Shop With A Cop Radio Auction on WTCA Friday, Dec. 2nd

The Auto Park and the Platinum Chevrolet Dealers are honored to partner with this year’s Shop with a Cop Radio Auction on WTCA on Friday, December 2nd. The Auto Park has donated a Blackstone Griddle w/Air Fryer valued at $600 and an ... Read more...

“ARTS AND ARTISANS” MINI-DOCUMENTARY SERIES PREMIERE

Arts and Artisans, a series of mini-documentaries produced by Wild Rose Moon with support from Marshall County Crossroads will celebrate its premiere with three screenings in the Plymouth, Donaldson, and Culver Communities on December ... Read more...

 Frying Your Turkey This Thanksgiving? Tips to Prevent Serious Injuries

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, Byars Wells, MD, emergency room physician is reminding everyone to be vigilant to prevent injuries around the holidays. “This time of year, we often see an uptick in patients with serious ... Read more...

Indiana State Police Ramping up Patrols During Peak Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. AAA is predicting 54.6 million people will be heading out for the holiday. Of those, nearly 49 million will be traveling by car, a rebound to almost pre-pandemic ... Read more...

City Council Approves Prepayment Ordinance and Additional Appropration Resolution

Last week the Plymouth Common Council suspended the rules and passed an ordinance making allowances for the prepayment of certain claims in advance of any board approval if prepayment of the expenditures is authorized by the local ... Read more...

Barb Neidlinger to Retire from Surveyor’s Dept., 48 Years Working for Marshall County Govt.

During the Marshall County Drainage Board meeting on Monday, November 21st, Drainage Board President Kevin Overmyer honored Barb Neidlinger who will be retiring.  Neidlinger has submitted her retirement for early next year although ... Read more...