Local & State News

Rep. Walorski: Our Prayers Have Been Answered

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) released the following statement on the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: “Our prayers have been answered. By rightfully restoring power to the states, the ... Read more...

Sioux City Man Arrested After Being in Love’s Shower Room for 4-Hours Refusing to Open Door

Thursday morning, at about 2:15 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Love’s Truck Stop in reference to a male subject who refused to exit his shower stall after his paid time slot. Employees told Sgt. Taberski the man had been in ... Read more...

Commissioners Updated on APR Funds Request for Broadband by Surf and M.C. Fiber

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting representatives from Surf Broadband and Marshall County Fiber presented their plans for the $1 million of ARP Funds the commissioners had pledged to expand fiber into the rural areas ... Read more...

Plymouth Man Arrested on Fulton County Warrant for Burglary and Theft

 A recent burglary investigation by Indiana State Police Trooper Jesse Reason has resulted in the arrest of Jon Sailors III, 24 of Plymouth.    On June 13, Trooper Reason initiated a criminal investigation after ... Read more...

Local, State and Federal Candidate Filings

Political party chairmen have until July 5th to fill any vacancies on the ballot for the November General Election. The Marshall County Clerk’s Office has had several candidates already file. Democrat Bobbi Reinhold filed for Marshall ... Read more...

WTCA News

THE PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS

The Plymouth Lions held their annual picnic at the Lions Pavilion in Centennial Park.  At that meeting Past District Governor, Paul Russell of District 25-G, installed the new officers for the coming year.  Installed as President was ... Read more...

County Buildings Closed 6-29 for OSHA Training

Marshall County Commissioner Stan Klotz is informing the public of upcoming training that will require the County Building, Health Department, and Marshall County Museum to be closed for a couple of hours next week. County will be ... Read more...

Senator Young, Colleagues Publish SFRC Report on Biden Administration Policies Exacerbating Border Crisis

Wednesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Jim Risch (R-Idaho) joined Senators John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), and Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.) in publishing a ... Read more...

Attorney General Rokita Defends New State Law Protecting Girls’ Sports Against Baseless Lawsuit by Leftist ACLU

Attorney General Todd Rokita continues to defend a new Indiana law protecting girls’ sports against a baseless lawsuit filed by the leftist American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). “It’s called Hoosier common sense,” Attorney General ... Read more...

Nathaniel Bradley Child Molesting Charges Involve 6-Year-Old Female

The charging information and probable cause affidavit for 19-year-old Nathaniel Bradley of Plymouth detail the events of Friday, June 17th that ended with him being lodged in the Marshall County Jail on a $150,000 cash bond. Detective Nick ... Read more...

City Attorney Discusses Proposed READI Grant Projects with Redevelopment Commission

Tuesday evening Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi gave members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission an update on the project the city will be putting forward for the READI Grant process which will open in mid-August. Surrisi said ... Read more...

Sheriff Seeks Quotes to Replace Totaled Patrol Vehicle, Discusses Another COVID Outbreak in Jail

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioners meeting, Sheriff Matt Hassel asked for approval to seek quotes to replace a 2018 Ford Explorer Interceptor that was totaled in an accident on May 14th.   The police vehicle was ... Read more...

North Judson Man Arrested by City Police for Possession of Meth, False Informing and Warrants

Officer Finn with the Plymouth Police Department investigated an incident Tuesday, June 21st at approximately 3:30 in the afternoon that resulted in the arrest of a North Judson man. After a brief investigation Officer Finn arrested ... Read more...

Anthony Browne Arrested at Red Rock Inn for Criminal Trespass

On Sunday evening, June 19th at about 11:30 officers from the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 2550 North Michigan Street, the Red Rock Inn for an unwanted guest. Arriving on the scene, officers were notified that 46-year-old ... Read more...

WTCA News

Open Swim Sunday at Plymouth Pool

The Plymouth Public Pool in Centennial Park will be open to the public this Sunday, June 26th from 1 to 5 p.m.  This is an open swim for everyone to enjoy.  Admission will be $3 for city residents, that is if you pay a city water bill ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb calls a Special Session to return $1 Billion to Hoosier Taxpayers

Governor Eric J. Holcomb today signed a proclamation calling a special session for the General Assembly to convene on July 6, 2022, to take action on his plan to return more than $1 billion of state reserves to Hoosier taxpayers. “This ... Read more...

Senator Young: Gas Tax Holiday Like “Applying a Band-Aid to Gaping Wound”

 U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Finance Committee, Wednesday issued the following statement regarding President Biden’s call for a three-month federal gas tax holiday: “President Biden’s proposal is like ... Read more...

Attorney General Defends Schools’ Rights to Keep Separate Bathrooms Based on Biological Sex

ttorney General Todd Rokita is defending the right of Martinsville Schools to require students to use bathrooms corresponding with their biological sex. “Boys’ bathrooms are for boys, and girls’ bathrooms are for girls,” Attorney ... Read more...

County Council Work Session with Department Heads and Elected Officials on Wage and Benefits

After waiting for nearly 40 minutes for the County Commissioners to join the work session on wages and benefits for county employees the County Council conducted the meeting without them.  The council had wanted commissioners to join ... Read more...

Bourbon Town Council Discusses Issues with Several Homes

Members of the Bourbon Town Council were updated last week by board president Ward Byers on several properties with issues since Town Attorney Alex Hoover was attending another meeting. 201 West Quad Street is the Chris Konkle property.  ... Read more...