The 49th annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival is in full swing today at Centennial Park in Plymouth. The 3-on-3 Blueberry Basketball Tournament is back after a hiatus of more than a decade. Ancilla College men’s basketball head coach Aaron Butcher spearheaded its return. 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
Labor Day weekend historically marks the end of the recreational boating season in Indiana. Officers with the DNR Law Enforcement Division want it to be a safe one. 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
It’s September, and that means it’s Preparedness Month in Indiana and throughout the country. Continue reading
Governor Mike Pence has made a formal request for some counties in Indiana to receive FEMA public assistance grants.
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival’s this weekend, and with it comes one of the most anticipated fireworks displays in the area. Continue reading
Applications are now open for grants serving communities with a population under 25-thousand.
The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, or OCRA, says applications may be submitted online for their Hometown Collaboration Initiative. The grants can be used for the development of local leaders, economic development, or improving quality of place in local communities.
Those families were recognized with the Hoosier Homestead Awards. The awards have been ongoing for the past 40 years in Indiana and are a product of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
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
A loose group of organizers is hoping to identify issues related to the production of local food, and maybe improve health and nutrition in the process.
The Town of Culver got their first taste of an ordinance that looks to better control unsafe buildings in Marshall County.
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 climate data is present now, but local officials with Purdue Extension say the effects may not be seen for several months.
The Town of Culver could soon develop a permit for special events requiring a police presence.
An ordinance outlining a possible fee schedule was introduced during a meeting Monday night. That ordinance, if adopted, would assess fees for events over a certain size or time limits. Permits would only be issued for events requiring the use of public property.
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is right around the corner, but organizers say they can still use your help with setting up. Continue reading
Two human cases of West Nile Virus have prompted health officials in central Indiana to provide additional information to the public.