Local & State News

County Alcohol Commission Approves Renewal for Bourbon Liquor Store

On Tuesday, August 2nd the Marshall County Alcoholic Beverage Commission meet in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building at 10 a.m. There were only two items on the agenda with the first being a renewal for Bourbon Liquor ... Read more...

Mayor’s Month of Music Kicks Off Friday Night

The Mayor’s Month of Music kicks off Friday night in River Park Square.  For the next five Friday’s citizens will enjoy a great evening of music, food, and fun in downtown Plymouth. The Mayor’s Month of Music was launched in 2015 to ... Read more...

County Unsafe Building Board Awards Demolition Contract to Stowers Excavating

Howard Schillaci appeared before the Marshall County Unsafe Building Board on Thursday, July 28th for a continuation of his case.  He told the board, that years ago he was given the option to board up or tear down the structure at ... Read more...

Sheriff’s Department Offers Firearms Safety Course Sept. 17th

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel is offering citizens a Firearms Safety Course in September.    On July 1st, there were several changes to Indiana Law that went into effect for the state.  Sheriff Hassel said, “One of ... Read more...

Council on Aging, Breathe Easy, Project Hope, Garden Courts, & 525 Foundation Provide Medication Disposal Bags

The Marshall County Council on Aging Meals on Wheels program along with Breathe Easy Marshall County, Project Hope, 525 Foundation, and Garden Courts have collaborated together to give each resident and Meals on Wheels client an easy way ... Read more...

Indiana Election Division Discusses Filling Walorski Vacancy in House of Representatives and on November Ballot

With the tragic news of the death of Indiana Congresswomen Jackie Walorski on Wednesday, the Indiana Election Division has contacted County Clerks and Election Administrators with information on the two issues created by the shocking ... Read more...

 Senator Young Opposes Democrats’ Latest Tax-and-Spend Plan

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined his Republican colleagues on the Senate Finance Committee for a press conference on Democrats’ new Build Back Bad plan to raise taxes and increase spending during record-high inflation. ... Read more...

Community Memorial for Rep. Jackie Walorski Tonight

Please join Team Walorski this evening as they come together for a Community Memorial Vigil to remember and pray for the family and friends of US Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, Zach Potts, and Emma Thomson tonight at 8pm at Jimtown High ... Read more...

Statement from the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi on Passing of Rep. Walorski

It is with great sadness that we share our deepest condolences to the families of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, and her dedicated staff members, Zachary Potts and Emma Thompson.  Congresswoman Walorski was an advocate and longtime ... Read more...

Elkhart County Police Update Info on Tragic Crash that Killed Congresswoman Jackie Walorski

The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office has obtained updated information on the vehicle crash that occurred on August 3 killing Congresswoman Jackie Walorski. The information from the preliminary investigation at the scene, as to the ... Read more...

Community Crossing Road Project Begin in Marshall County

Citizens in Marshall County will see this year’s Community Crossing Grant monies and county funds in action beginning this week.  Jason Peters, County Highway Superintendent told the commissioners Monday that Milestone will begin ... Read more...

PLYMOUTH MAYOR MARK SENTER ON DEATH OF CONGRESSWOMAN JACKIE WALORSKI

The City of Plymouth as well as its citizens are greatly saddened by the death of our beloved Second District Congresswoman Jackie Walorski.  Jackie was a fighter who didn’t just walk into a room…she kicked the door open with ... Read more...

Indiana Delegation Releases Statement on Passing of Rep. Jackie Walorski

Wednesday, the Indiana Delegation released a joint statement regarding the tragic death of Representative Jackie Walorski and two members of her staff, Emma Thomson and Zachery Potts: “Staying true to her Hoosier values of hardwork, ... Read more...

Governor Eric Holcomb directs flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags in the State of Indiana to be flown at half-staff in honor of U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski, who passed today. Flags should be flown at half-staff immediately until the date of her ... Read more...

Commissioner Overmyer Suggests Looking at Creating a Public Safety Local Option Income Tax

During the Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting Monday, Commission President, Kevin Overmyer suggested looking at enacting a Public Safety Local Option Income Tax to help assist with increased equipment costs and struggles with hiring ... Read more...

3 Complain of Pain in Tuesday Afternoon Crash at U.S. 31 and State Road 10

Tuesday afternoon August 2nd at 4:40 emergency responders were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident at U.S. 31 and State Road 10. A 2016 Nissan Titan driven by 33-year-old Dorcus C. Stump of Nappanee was traveling eastbound on State Road ... Read more...

WTCA News

911 Director Responds to Bourbon’s Comments at Commissioner’s Meeting on Dispatch Issues

Following Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting, 911 Director Matt Pitney offered a written response to comments read from Bourbon Town Council President Ward Byers concerning issues with dispatching from the Centralized Dispatch ... Read more...

Argos Students Will Receive Fierce Welcome Back To School

Welcoming Argos Community Schools students to the 2022-2023 school year is a newly constructed dragon at the entrance of the Jr. and Sr. High School. A dragon has been the school mascot since 1934, however, this is the first year the ... Read more...

U.S. News & World Report Names SJHS, Mishawaka Among Best for 2022-2023 as a High Performing Hospital for COPD, Hip Replacement, Kidney Failure, Knee Replacement and Stroke

 Saint Joseph Health System, Mishawaka Medical Center has been recognized as high performing in five conditions and procedures by U.S. News & World Report in the magazine’s 2022-2023 Best Hospitals rankings. The ... Read more...

Senator Young Votes for PACT Act to Support Veterans Who Faced Toxic Exposure

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today issued the following statement after voting for the Honoring Our PACT Act, comprehensive legislation to provide toxic-exposed veterans with health care and benefits from the Department of Veterans ... Read more...