Local & State News

City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 P.M. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.   The Common Council meets at 6:30. The Board of Public Works and Safety will hear from ... Read more...

County Police Arrest Two on Drug Charges

Early Thursday morning, August 4, at approximately 5:15 Marshall County Deputies responded to the area of Fir Rd and 9B Road attempting to locate a suspicious vehicle. Officer Tempelman located a black passenger car in the area and spoke ... Read more...

M.C. Health Department Back to School Guidance

The Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) released its recommendations for all schools in Marshall County for the school year 2022-2023 pertaining to COVID-19. Parents, caregivers, or guardians are encouraged to monitor their children ... Read more...

County Council Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Council will have a full day on Monday with their regular meeting and their first review of the 2023 Budget. During their regular meeting, the council will hear a request from Marianne Peters from Solid Waste will ask ... Read more...

Rep. Jordan: Do Your Part to Keep Our Students Safe

With school starting for many Hoosier students, school buses will once again be out in force on our roads.  Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) said, “Motorists should give themselves extra time to reach their destinations and ... Read more...

Attorney General Pushes Managers of Indiana Pension Funds to Focus on Maximizing Financial Returns Rather than Bankrolling Leftist Causes

Attorney General Todd Rokita Friday pushed an asset management company investing pension funds of Indiana state employees to refrain from funneling Hoosiers’ hard-earned money to support leftist causes. “We expect an asset manager’s ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb Statement Following Conclusion of Special Session

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement after signing Senate Enrolled Act 1(ss) and Senate Enrolled Act 2(ss), passed during the 2022 special session: “Today, I proudly signed Senate Enrolled Act 2 to return ... Read more...

Lola Fier of Walkerton Arrested in Plymouth for Felony Meth Charges

On Thursday, August 4th Plymouth Police and the Marshall County Drug Task Force located 55-year-old Lola D Fier at the corner of Center Street and LaPorte Street during a traffic stop. Lola Fier from Redwood Road near Walkerton was taken ... Read more...

Senators Young, Coons, Braun Introduce Legislation to Recognize American Discovery Trail

 U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Chris Coons (D-Del.), and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) introduced bipartisan legislation this week to increase national recognition to the American Discovery Trail – the nation’s only coast-to-coast, ... Read more...

What You Need to Know When Filing a Homeowners Claim

Homeowners insurance includes a type of property insurance that pays for losses and damages to your home if it is damaged or destroyed by fire, weather, theft, or another covered disaster. When those events happen, you will need to file a ... Read more...

McDonald’s Breakfast Bagel Sandwiches Return to Menus in Indiana & Southwest Michigan

McDonald’s of Indiana and Southwest Michigan is excited to welcome back a fan favorite: breakfast bagels. For years, McDonald’s fans have been clamoring for their return. Now, customers can enjoy three different breakfast bagels ... Read more...

Aaron Chipman Arrested by City Police on Marion County Warrant

32-year-old Aaron Chipman of Holloway Drive in Plymouth was arrested on Thursday, August 4th after Plymouth Police officers located him near the intersection of West Jefferson and 5th Streets.    Chipman was taken into custody ... Read more...

Attorney General Todd Rokita fights to keep listing biological sex on Indiana birth certificates rather than gender identity

Attorney General Todd Rokita is defending the practice of listing individuals’ biological sex on birth certificates rather than changing them years after the fact to reflect individuals’ self-perceived gender identities. “The purpose ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb issues statement on special session progress

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement: “I am extremely pleased to see the House advance Senate Bill 2 that includes returning a billion dollars back to Hoosier taxpayers in the form of an automatic taxpayer refund. After ... Read more...

Indiana Senators Honor Victims of Greenwood Attack, Commend Good Samaritan

On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution introduced by Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) condemning the attack that occurred in Greenwood, Indiana on July 17, 2022; honoring the ... Read more...

Kersey Arrested Following Police Pursuit

Officer Wallace with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a 2011 Ford Fusion Thursday, August 4th at State Road 17 and Glenn Overmyer Drive at about 3:45 in the morning.  The vehicle failed to stop and fled south on ... Read more...

Governor Directs Flags to be Flown at Half-Staff in Honor of Elwood Police Officer Noah Shahnavaz

 Gov. Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags in the State of Indiana to be flown at half-staff in honor and remembrance for Elwood Police Officer Noah Shahnavaz. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, Aug. ... Read more...

Argos Police Arrest Tyler Hardee for Child Solicitation

On Thursday morning, August 4th, at 11:40 Argos Police and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department served a search warrant and arrest warrant at 106 South Michigan Street, unit 1 in Argos. Tyler Hardee age 34 was arrested on a Level 4 ... Read more...

WTCA News

Courthouse Project Nearly Complete

The scaffolding is down, and things are almost back to normal at the Marshall County Courthouse.  Monday morning, Jamie Giguere Project Manager with Midwest Maintenance told the commissioners there are just a couple of items yet to be ... Read more...

M.C. PROSECUTOR NELSON CHIPMAN URGES BUS AWARENESS AS SCHOOL BEGINS

As Summer recess comes to a close, it’s time for children throughout Marshall County to head back to school. That means, once again, school buses and school bus stops will be a part of all of our daily commutes. With school starting, ... Read more...