200,000 Pounds of Poultry Products Donated to Hoosiers this Year

Today, Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler and the Indiana State Poultry Association recognized the generosity of Indiana’s poultry producers at the 75th annual ... Read more...

Culver Plan Commission Approves PUD Rezoning for 53 Acre Parcle of 20A Road

The Culver Plan Commission held a public hearing on Tuesday, November 15th on an application filed by James Easterday, the attorney on behalf of Sage Road II LLC for approval of the rezoning of a rural Culver property from S-1 to Planned ... Read more...

Rep. Jack Jordan: Celebrating National Adoption Month

Members of the Indiana House of Representatives recognize November asNational Adoption Month to help raise awareness of children waiting for forever homes and recognize those Hoosiers who have welcomed adopted children into ... Read more...

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Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter Proclaims Nov. 17th Children’s Grief Awareness Day

Tuesday evening, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter read a proclamation declaring Thursday, November 17th Children’s Grief Awareness Day in the City of Plymouth. The proclamation was part of an event hosted by Dustin’s Place at the REES ... Read more...

Triton edges Argos

BOURBON – Triton edged Argos, 29-26, in 8th grade boys basketball. Leading scorers for Triton were Caden Bradley (14 pts), Colton Large (13) and Max Ritchison (2 pts, 9 rebs). Trojans win big BOURBON – Triton’s 7th grade boys ... Read more...

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Marshall County Habitat for Humanity House Build Needing Volunteers

Progress is being made on the Habitat House at 421 West Garro Street in Plymouth as the basement floor was poured on Monday, October 4th. The first row of foam foundation forms are in as well. This Thursday, October 6th, at 8:00 a.m. ... Read more...

Christy top 100

NEW CARLISLE — On Saturday, LaVille Cross Country traveled to Rolling Prairie to participate in the New Prairie Invitational. The 3 class tournament hosts schools from around the state and neighboring states. LaVille was one of 43 ... Read more...

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August 2022 Unemployment Numbers

Indiana’s unemployment rate in August stands at 2.8%, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. By comparison, the national unemployment rate in August stands at 3.7%, compared to 3.5% in July. In addition, ... Read more...

Anderson Man Arrested with Stolen Vehicle and Fleeing Police

On Sunday, August 21st at about 5:15 Plymouth Police units were notified of a stolen vehicle entering the south side of the city on Michigan Street. Officer Krynock located the vehicle northbound on Michigan Street at Washington Street and ... Read more...

Indiana’s May 2022 Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate in Mayremained unchanged from the previous month, holding steady at 2.2%, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD). By comparison, the national unemployment rate in May stood at 3.6%, ... Read more...

Young Pays Tribute to Fallen Hoosier Service Members in Memorial Day Remarks

Last week, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) delivered remarks on the Senate floor and paid tribute to fallen service members ahead of Memorial Day. Young shared the story of Sergeant Charles Garrigus, a native Hoosier who paid the ultimate ... Read more...

Pilgrims win pitchers duel behind Manzuk

NAPPANEE — Plymouth’s Pilgrims continue to be “road warriors” as they took another win away from home handing a 5-1 loss to NorthWood.“We do seem to play pretty well on the road,” said Plymouth head ... Read more...

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MAYOR MARK SENTER: FLAGS AT HALF STAFF FOR POLICE MEMORIAL WEEK 2022

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter has asked the department heads of The City to put their flags at half-staff to honor Police Memorial Week.  This would begin on Monday, May 16th, and until Friday, May 20th.  In 1962, President John F. ... Read more...

President Trump Endorses Congresswoman Jackie Walorski 

Former President Donald J. Trump today endorsed U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) for her 2022 re-election campaign.  “Congresswoman Jackie Walorski is a phenomenal Representative of Indiana’s 2nd ... Read more...

Bowen Center Honors Outstanding Individuals in Marshall County

Bowen Center celebrated four outstanding community members in Marshall County at its 2022 board of directors’ annual dinner Wednesday night. The Center annually honors outstanding individuals whose work aligns with the Center’s mission ... Read more...

Martin Divens Arrested at Red Rock Inn

Plymouth Police responded to a domestic disturbance at 2550 North Michigan Street, the Red Rock Inn Wednesday evening at about 6.  Officer Fase conducted an investigation and discovered that 52-year-old Martin Divens with a Lakeville ... Read more...

Adams shuts out Falcons

WALKERTON — The Lady Falcons took one on the chin against a talented Adams team by a final of 10-0.Kendall Goodlink had the lone hit for the Falcons. McKenzie Timm came into the game in the 4th and got 5 out of the 6 outs with a ... Read more...

Lt. Gov. Crouch, IHCDA now accepting applications for the Indiana Homeowner Assistance Fund

Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) today announced the state’s mortgage assistance program, the Indiana Homeowner Assistance Fund (IHAF). The portal is accepting ... Read more...

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Senator Young and Senators Urge IRS to Provide Maximum Taxpayer Support During Tax Filing Season

Last Week, Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) and a group of Senate Republicans urged the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to do everything it can to support taxpayers during the current tax filing season. In a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet ... Read more...

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Attorney General Todd Rokita warns consumers to be aware of scams ahead of Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air — but so are romance scams, and Attorney General Todd Rokita wants Indiana consumers to be on the lookout. “More people are going online these days to look for that special ... Read more...