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NILES, Mich. — Niles Scream Park opened Friday the 13th for the 2019 ‘Scream-son’. Be prepared. The ‘mon-stars’ have been preparing all year to ‘scare the yell out of you’.
PLYMOUTH – A Walkerton woman remained behind bars in the Marshall County Jail on $100,000 cash bond late Monday on allegations she dealt narcotics in May.
PLYMOUTH -- In November of 2017, Yoder’s Sports Center in downtown Plymouth was resurrected and came under the ownership of Jeremy and Amanda Price.
PLYMOUTH – Even if you didn’t get a chance to attend any of the extended weekend’s ceremonies – Thursday’s Opening Ceremony, Friday’s Vietnam Veterans Honor Ceremony and Saturday’s First Responders Ceremony – connected to the American Veteran’s Traveling Tribute Vietnam War Memorial’s visit …
MARSHALL COUNTY — The process to repair the Kline Levee has begun. The levee is located within the Maxinkuckee Wetland Conservation Area (WCA) which is owned by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and managed by Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council.
STARKE COUNTY -- At the Sept. 3 meeting of the County Commissioners, Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler presented a mailbox repair/replacement policy for their approval.
STARKE COUNTY – During the Commissioner Meeting on Sept. 3, Prosecutor Leslie Baker approached the commissioners asking them to reconsider a request she made last month.
PLYMOUTH – A Culver man who was arrested along with his wife in March for allegedly dealing marijuana was sentenced to nine years in prison after he pleaded guilty in August to selling Oxycodone.
PLYMOUTH – Speakers emphasized the solemnness of the occasion during Thursday’s opening ceremony for the four-day visit of American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam War Memorial at Plymouth’s River Park Square.
KNOX – A Fort Wayne man was being held on $250,000 bond in the Starke County Jail late Monday after he was charged with robbing a North Judson man at gunpoint to get money to support his soon-to-be-born child, according to court papers.
PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth woman was sentenced to 12 years in prison – the maximum – Wednesday after she pleaded guilty to dealing drugs which ultimately led to a man’s overdose death in December.
PLYMOUTH — On Sept. 11, Marshall County will be rolling out the red carpet for the AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall, sponsored by the Plymouth American Legion, Post 27. This traveling tribute to our Veterans, that paid the ultimate price for our freedom, will be on display in Downtown Plymouth at…
INDIANAPOLIS – Both Plymouth and Bremen have been nominated as part of a statewide tourism contest to determine which town in Indiana has the best Main Street.
PLYMOUTH – A judge has sentenced one of two men charged with stealing from a Bremen church last year to nine years in prison in an unrelated case.
SOUTH BEND — The Pokagon Gaming Authority, which oversees the management and operations of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians' gaming enterprise, is pleased to announce the expansion of its fourth and most recent property, Four Winds Casino South Bend.
PLYMOUTH – Prosecutors have charged a Walkerton man with intentionally setting his home on fire in July.
PLYMOUTH — Thunderstorm chances will be on the rise over the next few days and warm and humid conditions persist, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
PLYMOUTH – A Rochester woman was sentenced to a decade in prison after she admitted to dealing methamphetamine in Marshall County.
BLOOMINGTON – Last Friday, just before midnight, Patricia Ann Ritzenthaler, 73, of Bloomington, allegedly operated her vehicle while intoxicated.
CULVER -- Share your photos with us at the Culver Citizen of all things agricultural for a chance to be featured in our ‘Ag-nificent’ Agriculture photo feature.
NORTH JUDSON – With the 2019-2020 school year already in full swing, North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin reflects on the prior year and discusses some of the things that stood out and what she was most proud about.
ARGOS — Ray Trump specializes in pizza and people. With the help of family and friends, Trump built his own wood fire oven pizza food truck ‘Firebrick Road’.
STARKE COUNTY – Since 2011, Audrey Kinezian has served as the Starke County Genealogist. Beginning Sept. 1, that changed when Lori Smith took over the role when Kinezian retired.
BREMEN – Formal charges could be filed as soon as Friday against a Bremen High School teacher after he was arrested earlier this week on suspicion he tried to seduce a pair of female students.
PLYMOUTH – A man labeled by the State of Indiana as a sexually violent predator for previous convictions of rape and child molestation now faces charges in Marshall County after he allegedly raped a woman at knifepoint with her toddler child present in August.
PORTER COUNTY -- The Indiana State Police is investigating an officer-involved shooting that took place near the 27.9 mile marker of the Indiana Toll Road.
PLYMOUTH - - Arrival of the American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall to Plymouth will be Wednesday, September 11th escorted by the Patriot Guard Riders, who are motorcyclists, Plymouth Police Department and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department.
There is a slight risk for severe weather this evening and early tonight, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth woman was sentenced to a decade in prison after she pleaded guilty to allegations that she dealt drugs left her child in possession of undercover officers or an informant as collateral while they retrieved narcotics.
PLYMOUTH – Keep your trays in the down position because the annual Plymouth Optimist Club’s Fly-in Pancake and Sausage Breakfast will land Sunday morning at the Plymouth Municipal Airport.
CHARLESTOWN -- On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, Indiana State Police troopers from the Sellersburg All Crimes Policing (ACP) squad arrested a Charlestown couple for growing and dealing psilocybin (psychedelic mushrooms) and possession of marijuana, Sgt. Carey Huls, Sellersburg Public Information…
MARSHALL COUNTY — The Marshall County Church Orchestra, led by Director Don Harness, is honored to be performing at the AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall coming to Plymouth. The memorial wall is being brought to Plymouth on September 11 sponsored by the Plymouth American Legion, Post 27.
North Judson -- After soliciting letters of interest from members of the community and conducting interviews with each candidate, North Judson Town Council Members President John Rowe, Vice President Josh Brown, Council Members James Young, Wendy J, Hoppe and Jane Ellen Felchuk appointed a n…
HAMLET — One of the new changes that students and parents of Oregon-Davis Jr./Sr. High have noticed is that Dr. Don Harman has assumed the duties of Jr./Sr. High School Principal. This is being done as an effort to reduce expenditures and will be in effect for the 2019-2020 school year.
BURR OAK – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that State Road 17 will close Monday in Burr Oak while Norfolk Southern rebuilds a railroad crossing.
(Editor's note: The Pilot News Group's special section covering the 53rd annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival is in Thursday's edition of the Pilot News and this week's editions of the Culver Citizen, Heartland News and The Leader.)
PLYMOUTH — Owners of local coffee shop Agapetos are using the Blueberry Festival to give back to a family in need.
PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Church Orchestra, led by Director Don Harness, is honored to be performing at the AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall coming to Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH – An Indianapolis man convicted of child molestation and repeatedly failing to register as a sex offender was sentenced recently to three years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender in Marshall County.
- Foxey, Wilson are the Starke County Humane Society Pets of the Week
- Niles Haunted House prepared to ‘Scare the yell out of you!’
- Police: Walkerton woman held on $100K bond following drug arrest
- Business Spotlight: Support the Yoder's, sponsors of your kid’s sports teams
- Voter registration ends Monday, Oct. 7
- Lady Pilgrims corner the market in win over Lady Falcons
- Still time to see Vietnam War Memorial
- Process to repair Kline Levee has begun
- Prosecutors: Walkerton man intentionally set Plymouth-LaPorte Trail home on fire in July
- Plymouth woman gets 12 years in prison for dealing drug that led to fatal OD
- Culver man gets 9 years for dealing Oxycodone
- Bremen man gets 9 years for dealing meth, 2 for stealing from church
- Plymouth, county officials to discuss dilapidated home in city’s 2-mile zone
- New restaurant, craft brew tasting room on tap for Plymouth
- Rochester woman gets 10 years after admitting to dealing meth in Marshall County
- Architect meets with Bremen School Board about proposed $2.2M addition to BEMS
- Business Spotlight: Granny's restaurant in Plymouth
- American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall to be in Plymouth beginning Thursday
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