Local & State News

Alert: Marshall County Wind Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for Marshall County through 10 pm this evening. We can expect southwest winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph. Gusty winds could blow around unsecured objects. Tree limbs could ... Read more...

WTCA News

Rod Hess Discusses Concerns with 11th Road Bridge Project Scheduled for Construction in 2024

Rod and Sherry Hess who live at 14252 11th Road in Plymouth appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Tuesday to seek answers to several questions they have on the 11th Road bridge project.  The Hess’s said they received ... Read more...

State Limiting Rapid COVID Testing Due to Shortage

Effective today, rapid tests at state and local health department testing sites will only be available to individuals aged 18 and younger and symptomatic individuals aged 50 and older. This change is necessary due to the national shortage ... Read more...

IN State Dept. of Health Strike Team to be in Plymouth Wednesday thru Saturday

Due to the overwhelming response for testing in Marshall County, the Indiana State Department of Health Strike Team will return this week to offer testing and vaccines. The drive through Covid-19 testing and vaccine clinic will be held at ... Read more...

Commissioners Reorganize and Make Appointments

The Marshall County Commissioners conducted their first meeting of 2022 and reorganized with Kevin Overmyer remaining as President and Mike Burroughs as Vice-President and Stan Klotz as the member. The commissioners also made their annual ... Read more...

Chad Dill Arrested on Elkhart Co. Warrant

On Sunday, January 2nd Officer Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department located 36-year-old Chad Dill of Plymouth at the Days Inn at 2229 North Michigan Street room 139.  Dill was taken into custody on an Elkhart County warrant ... Read more...

Plymouth & Knox Christmas Tree Pick-Up

The Plymouth Street Department has begun their annual Christmas tree recycling program.  City residents who had a real tree for Christmas can place their tree at the curb and city street department employees will pick-up the trees and ... Read more...

Gorski Sworn in as City Clerk Treasurer

Plymouth’s new Clerk-Treasurer Lynn Gorski was sworn into office January 1, 2022. Marshall County Clerk, Deb VanDeMark was the official conducting the swearing in ... Read more...

Coroner Releases Name of Man Killed in Car/Train Crash Monday Afternoon

On Monday afternoon at approximately 4:15 PM, the Marshall County Coroner’s Office was notified of a car-train crash on Quince Road at First Road in Marshall County. It was reported by a witness that Dennis Johnson age 62 while traveling ... Read more...

Senator Young’s Office Helps Record Number of Hoosiers in 2021

Once again, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) and his staff set records for the number of constituents represented in cases before federal agencies this year. In 2021, Senator Young’s office resolved more than 2,500 constituent ... Read more...

Plymouth School Board Meets Tuesday Evening Jan 4th at 7

The Plymouth Community School Board will meet Tuesday evening, January 4th at 7 p.m. in the administration board room.  Being the first meeting of the new year, the board will reorganize with the election of officers, board ... Read more...

WTCA News

City Police Arrest 4 on New Year’s Eve for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

Just before 2 a.m. on New Year’s Eve officers from the Plymouth Police Department responded to Carriage Green Apartments on Dora Lane for a domestic disturbance.  Arriving on scene Officer Arnold located several subjects in the ... Read more...

Miguel Garcia Arrested for Domestic Battery

A 38-year-old Plymouth man is behind bars after city police investigated a complaint of a Battery. About 1 a.m. Sunday, January 2nd Officer Baker responded to the 600 block of West Adams Street for the report of a domestic battery.  ... Read more...

City Council Approves Ordinance Billing Individuals Who Were Inmates and Seeking Medical Assistance

Last week members of the Plymouth Common Council suspended the rules and passed ordinance 2021-2189, an ordinance regarding the response to a medical call, medical treatment and or transport of a person confined by the Marshall County ... Read more...

Fatal Accident at Quince and 1st Road on the Railroad Tracks

Marshall County Coroner John Grolich and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department are investigating a fatal accident involving a vehicle and a train.  The coroner said the accident happened a little after 4 p.m. Monday at Quince and ... Read more...

Plymouth City Council Extends COVID Leave for Employees Till February 28th

Last week members of the Plymouth City Council voted to extend the COVID Leave Policy till the end of February 20022. Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi told council members in 2020 the federal government implemented a policy requiring ... Read more...

Gov. Holcomb unveils 2022 Next Level Agenda

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Monday announced his 2022 Next Level Agenda, which focuses on strengthening the state’s economy and focusing on areas that support that growth, including workforce training expansion, improving early childhood ... Read more...

Crown Point Firm Supplying COVID Rapid Tests to Businesses

With the current intense demand for rapid COVID testing and lengthy wait times, businesses around the country are experiencing numerous lost hours of productivity. Based on current averages, it can take half a workday or more for an ... Read more...

Walorski, Congressional Republicans Urge SCOTUS to Stop Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) recently joined more than 180 Republicans in Congress in filing an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the upcoming case considering the Biden Administration’s Occupational ... Read more...

Commissioners Asked About Federal Vaccine Mandate

The Marshall County Commissioners conducted their final meeting of 2021 on Friday, December 31st. After completing some routine housekeeping items, the commissioners opened the floor for comments. County Clerk Deb VanDeMark asked if there ... Read more...