CULVER — The 36th annual Culver Lake Fest launched Friday evening.
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The Town of Lapaz will have the Corner Stone Church available as needed as a cooling location, officials with Marshall County Emergency Management Agency said Friday.
Area football teams battled the elements as they worked to make those final adjustments as they approach opening night on Aug. 23.Despite the heat, the Bremen High School football team was able to get some work in this week.A planned scrimmage for Thursday on Goshen High School’s turf field …
PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth man who kept officers at bay during an alleged armed standoff in February has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the case.
Due to the projected excessive temperatures, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will be opening a Cooling Center for citizens to escape the heat, city officials said Thursday.
MARSHALL COUNTY — “To keep their lights on we have to keep our lights on.” Executive Director of Marshall County Neighborhood Center (MCNC) Chris Garner stated.
MARSHALL COUNTY – Independence Day is behind us, but for Peggy Gantz, the fireworks haven’t quit. The Marshall County resident came before the County Commissioners during the Monday meeting asking the board for a possible restriction concerning the use of fireworks.
MARSHALL COUNTY — Director of Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Clyde Avery warns of high heat for people and pets through Saturday, July 20.
PLYMOUTH – The Dr. Susan Bardwell Aquatics Center remains on schedule to open for the 2019-2020 Plymouth Community School Corp. school year, officials said Tuesday.
Humidity will increase into the weekend and this will lead to dangerously hot conditions, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
BREMEN — Tickets for the July 28 Bremen Architectural Tour may be purchased at the Bremen Town Hall, the Bremen History Center, Yoder's Hardware and the Marshall County Museum.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb requested on Friday an U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretarial disaster designation for 88 counties due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season.
We would like to take a moment to clear up any misunderstanding that may be circulating regarding the recent temporary closure of the Bremen Public Pool.
BREMEN -- After 29 years on the Bremen Police Department, Assistant Chief Keith Fraine is stepping away from his position, but not from assisting the town.
PLYMOUTH – Prosecutors have formally charged a Walkerton man with battery with a deadly weapon after he allegedly hit another man in the head with a hatchet in late June.
BREMEN – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that U.S. 6 will close Monday in Marshall County for culvert replacements.
CULVER — A walk through the history – both distant and more recent – and contemporary story of firefighting in and around Culver will take place Saturday, July 13, starting at 10 a.m. at the Culver fire station at Lake Shore Drive and State Street.
PLYMOUTH — A Bremen man was being held in the Marshall County Jail on $3,000 cash bond late Friday after he was arrested early Thursday on allegations he drove drunk, resisted officers and had drug paraphernalia in his possession.
COLUMBIA CITY – A memorial service is planned for a police canine killed in a fiery crash Wednesday that ended a pursuit that was sparked by alleged carjacking in Plymouth.
WARSAW – A Warsaw woman is dead and four people were injured – including two children – following a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 30 in Kosciusko County on Wednesday evening.
Michigan City – Indiana Department of Correction offender Travis Hornett, 39, who walked away from custody Wednesday afternoon, was captured shortly after midnight on Thursday;.
PLYMOUTH — The carjacking of a vehicle on Plymouth’s northwest side sparked a three-county pursuit that ended in Whitley County with an officer’s K9’s death.
MICHIGAN CITY — Officials confirm Travis Hornett, of Waterloo, walked-away from the low-level facility located at the Indiana State Prison on Wednesday, prison officials said.
BREMEN — A Bremen man was being held on $10,000 cash bond in the Marshall County Jail late Wednesday on allegations he inappropriately touched a juvenile.
The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana is predicting that some locations may see a shower or storm into this evening with an isolated severe storm possible.
PLYMOUTH—Many of the downtown Plymouth retailers will be participating in the sidewalk sales starting tomorrow, Thursday July 11.
CULVER — Trent Bennet and Rose Workman of the Culver Lake Fest Committee approached the Culver Town Council during the regularly held meeting Tuesday, June 25, to request special event permits for the festival which will take place from Friday, July 19, through Sunday, July 21.
CULVER — Dr. Michael Deery recently retired from 51 years of service as a Primary Care Physician, but he has no intention of retiring from his service to others.
ARGOS — Fireflies are lighting the ground, fireworks will soon be lighting up the sky to celebrate the 4th of July, and the Marshall County 4-H Fair is just around the corner. The fair will begin on Saturday, July 13, and will conclude on Friday, July 19.
PLYMOUTH – A Knox man charged with dealing methamphetamine in both Marshall and Starke counties has agreed to plead guilty in one of the cases.
PLYMOUTH -- For the past two years, Plymouth High School history teachers Melissa Faulstich and Ryan Wolfe have been planning a second Adventurous Pilgrim trip to Europe for PHS students to study history abroad.
PLYMOUTH — James Ousnamer retired from serving as the City of Plymouth Cemetery Superintendent after almost 48 years of service. James followed his father’s footsteps, Virgil Ousnamer, whose exact length of service is not known.
PLYMOUTH – A North Judson woman will serve about six years behind bars after she pleaded guilty in mid-June to dealing methamphetamine in Marshall County.
PLYMOUTH -- The Marshall County Democrat Party continued filing candidates for the upcoming City of Plymouth elections in November on Monday.
It will be hot and humid for the rest of today and through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
ARGOS – Marshall County sheriff’s deputies arrested a pair of Tennessee men Thursday on allegations they were transporting a variety marijuana products and other drugs.
- Culver Lake Fest is this weekend
- Lady Pilgrims give back in trip to Dominican Republic
- Cooling centers opened in LaPaz, Bremen, Plymouth
- SR 39 Set for Chip Seal on Monday in Starke, LaPorte Counties
- Improvements coming to Bremen’s ‘Bark Park’ with end result being be modeled after Napanee Dog Park
- Area teams counting down to kickoff
- Plea agreement filed in alleged armed standoff case in Plymouth
- Online option available for pre-sale LaVille athletic tickets
- Formal charges filed in connection with alleged hatchet attack in downtown Plymouth
- North Judson woman gets nearly 6 years for dealing meth, co-defendant's case still unresolved
- 10-year Starke County 4-H members honored for efforts
- Warsaw police seek public’s help after driver, who is a convicted sex offender, collides with train
- MCSD: OWI driver flees deputy on foot, gets Tasered
- Marshall County 4-H Fair rolling on
- 1 dead, 4 injured in crash outside Warsaw
- After broken glass, new rules set for Bremen pool
- Plea agreement filed in alleged armed standoff case in Plymouth
- ISP: Trooper finds driver with syringe in arm after stopping to help motorist