A Plymouth man faces a pair of felony offenses in Starke County following the recent robbery and beating of an elderly Knox man. An officer from the Starke County Sheriff’s Office was called to the IU Health Starke Hospital emergency room Wednesday, Oct. 7 after Sisco Wireman was brought in after an apparent assault. The people who drove him to the hospital said a fight had taken place at a home in the 100 block of East 500 South. Continue reading
The Indiana Department of Transportation’s looking for snowplow drivers for this winter. Continue reading
Indiana’s poet laureate is coming to Marshall County next week. Continue reading
Heroin in Marshall County is the topic of a seminar later this month in Plymouth. Continue reading
A 25-year-old Plymouth man was airlifted from the site of a Wednesday morning motorcycle crash in Marshall County. The wreck happened around 11:30 on Plymouth Goshen Trail just east of Lilac Road.
Families of children with autism now have a closer option for getting therapy. Last month, Lighthouse Autism Center opened a new location in Plymouth, and on September 24, it will have an open house from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Continue reading
Classic car enthusiasts can showcase their wheels for a good cause during this weekend’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Schedule your professional mini photo session shoot at the Mobilgas station on Jefferson Street on Sunday or Monday. Continue reading
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival’s this weekend, and with it comes one of the most anticipated fireworks displays in the area. Continue reading
Marshall County Blueberry Festival is next weekend, and organizers are expecting a successful event. Continue reading
It’s almost time for the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, and once again, the festival promises fun and entertainment for the entire family. Continue reading
Helicopter rides, a Corn Hole Tournament, and a three-on-three basketball tournament are just some of the attractions at this year’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Continue reading
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is right around the corner, but organizers say they can still use your help with setting up. Continue reading
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival may still be over a week away, but you don’t have to wait to start planning for your visit. Continue reading
Most people in the area are aware of the fact that LifePlex has fitness equipment, aquatic activities and personal training, but did you know that IU Health also bases some helpful health services out of the establishment? IU Health offers urgent care, imaging and a diagnostic center right in LifePlex. Continue reading
If you are currently between primary care physicians or need to receive medical attention for any reason there is a local facility available to you. Lisa Jones with IU Health shared the details with WKVI, “We have urgent care in the LifePlex building and we do feel like its a secret that not many know about. It’s not very far from the folks here in Knox and this area, it takes about 20 minutes.” Continue reading
Up until recently, the storm drains could not keep up with the amount of rain coming down which led to regional flooding. Though most public roadways are now clear of water, many driveways, basements and crawl spaces are still experiencing flooding and overall wetness. Continue reading
Sandra Lee’s Studio of Dance has put on nearly four decades of recitals. This year’s 37th annual show includes a variety of dances performed by students of all ages. Continue reading
A pair of Winamac residents were arrested Tuesday afternoon when narcotics were allegedly found in their speeding vehicle.
A Plymouth Police Department officer pulled over a car driven by 41-year-old Christopher Fields at the intersection of Cook Street and Oak Drive in Plymouth. Marshall County K9 Arras was called to the scene where the dog reportedly indicated the presence of narcotics. Methamphetamine and synthetic marijuana were found in the car, according to a news release.
The People’s University of Marshall County is a learning center that teams up with local businesses to offer specialized classes for interested individuals of all ages. Currently, People’s U is seeking potential students and instructors as well as new ideas for desired courses. Continue reading
A Grovertown man faces theft and drug charges in Marshall County following a weekend undercover investigation. A patrolman from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was investigating the theft of truck rims and tires which the victim had located for sale on Craigslist. Continue reading