Local & State News

Redevelopment Commission Approves Addition of 2 Projects to TIF District #3

Tuesday evening the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission conducted a public hearing on amending the Economic Development Plan for TIF District #3 commonly known as the U.S. 30/Pine Road Economic Development Area. The proposal is to add ... Read more...

Law Enforcement Awarded Grants to Curb Dangerous Driving; Marshall County $55,500

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) awarded $5.7 million in grant funding to more than 200 police departments for enhanced traffic enforcement. Departments will use the funding to conduct overtime patrols and carry out ... Read more...

Election Board certifies 2022 General Election

The Marshall County Election Board met Friday, November 18th, and certified the General Midterm Elections 2022. Serving as a proxy for Ralph Huff was George Schricker, also present was Marshall County Circuit Court Clerk, Secretary of ... Read more...

CHRISTMAS IN THE HEARTLAND

With the first snow behind us, it’s officially time to start thinking about Christmas! Church of the Heartland, located at 705 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth, is happy to announce they have multiple family-friendly events for the ... Read more...

County Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning, November 21 at 9:30 a.m. in their second-floor meeting room of the County Building.    The agenda for the meeting includes a report from Highway Superintendent Jason ... Read more...

SMART USE OF ANTIBIOTICS LEADS TO BEST CARE

Antibiotics save lives and are critical tools for treating many common and more serious bacterial infections, but improper use of these medications can lead to drug resistance that can be life-threatening. The Centers for Disease Control ... Read more...

Senator Young, Colleagues Introduce Legislation to Hold the IRS More Accountable

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), John Thune (R-S.D.), and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), along with a group of colleagues, introduced the IRS Funding Accountability Act yesterday. Earlier this year, Senate Democrats passed the ... Read more...

UPDATE 9:38 a.m. U.S. 6 Open A Portion of U.S. 6 Closed

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department posted on NIXEL Friday morning at about 8:20 that U.S. 6 between US 106 and Kenilworth Road will be closed. There was no reason given or a time frame for the closure. UPDATE 9:38 a.m. U.S. 6 ... Read more...

County BZA Approves Variances for Flynn/Plumlee

The Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals heard the requests of Tom Flynn and Louie Plumlee to construct a storage structure on Dogwood Lane at Pretty Lake. Tuesday evening members of the County BZA heard the request for a Variance of ... Read more...

Construction Beginning on Wastewater Solar Project

Plymouth Utility Superintendent, Donnie Davidson gave members of the Redevelopment Commission a progress report on the Wastewater Solar Project being funded in part by TIF Funds from the U.S. 30/Pine Road Economic Development Area that was ... Read more...

Board of Public Works & Safety Approves Holy Procession Walk for St. Michael Catholic Church

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Saint Michael Catholic Church to conduct the annual Holy Procession Walk in honor of the Virgin Mary on Sunday, December 11th beginning at 11 a.m. Jeannine ... Read more...

2 Mobile Turkey Distributions in Marshall County by Food Bank of Northern Indiana

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will host two turkey distributions in Marshall County on Monday, November 21st.  The turkeys are provided free of charge through the WNDU Turkeys on the Table Challenge.   They are provided free of ... Read more...

Sheriff Updates Commissioners on $67,000 Surplus in Inmate Trust Account

On November 7th Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel reported on the audit progress of the $67,000 surplus in the Inmate Trust Account to the Commissioners. This is the issue that the county has been in violation of during the last two ... Read more...

WTCA News

Museum Train Room Ready for Christmas

On Saturday, November 26, from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. the Train Room at the Marshall County Historical Society Museum is having a totally awesome Christmas Party!  There will be trains, OF COURSE, and lots of brand-new things to ... Read more...

Culver Leaf Pick-Up Ends Dec. 2

Culver Town Clerk, Karen Heim wants to remind citizens that the last day for leaf pickup will be Friday, December 2. The town will continue to pick up brush as needed after that. As you are cleaning up your yards, please remember to keep ... Read more...

Hoosiers can Expect Higher Prices this Thanksgiving

It’s no secret that prices for consumer goods are on the rise this year and ingredients for the traditional Thanksgiving dinner are not immune. Indiana Farm Bureau’s annual Thanksgiving market basket survey shows that Hoosier shoppers ... Read more...

FEMA: Make it a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving 

 Thanksgiving is a week away, take some time to consider these safety tips for smart travel, cooking, decorating, and heating during your holiday celebrations. Keep in mind these additional tips to keep your holidays as safe as ... Read more...

Commissioners and Council Approve Applying for NOFA Funds for 2028 Projects, 2 Bridges and a Truck Route on Linden Road

During the County Commissioners’ meeting on November 7th, County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters presented information on the availability of funding for local rural projects. He presented two possible bridge projects for ... Read more...

Kevin Hines Appointed to Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District by County Council

This week members of the Marshall County Council were asked to make their appointment to the Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District. The council received a letter of recommendation from Mary Wood, Treasurer of the District.  ... Read more...

Warm Up Marshall County Purchases New Coats for Distribution this Weekend

The 24th Annual Warm Up Marshall County program will be distributing coats this weekend at the National Guard Armory at 1220 West Madison Street in Plymouth. For the past few weeks, Warm Up Marshall County has been collecting gently used ... Read more...