Welcome to Plymouth, Indiana located in the heart of the Midwest on the banks of the Yellow River. Here on our city’s website you can find information about local city government, city history, and links to other informative websites.
Located just south of the southern tip of Lake Michigan, at the crossroads of Indiana Highways 30 and 31, is Marshall County Indiana. Marshall County is an area with an investment potential second to none! Within a 100 mile radius of Plymouth, our county seat, you’ll find nearly 12 million people and markets for every conceivable product and service.
You can’t beat our job! We’re the people responsible for attracting visitors to Marshall County. We work to enhance our area’s image by developing new programs and attractions, and marketing the current ones.
Our mission is to present programs which develop a better appreciation and awareness of our county and state. The Museum collects artifacts and documents which illustrate this county’s history in terms of natural resources, Indian heritage, exploration, economic and industrial development and cultural achievement.
WTCA AM reached the milestone of forty-five years in serving the Marshall County area on August 19, 2009. Founder and now co-owner, Kenneth E. Kunze saw numerous broadcasting opportunities for Marshall County. In 1963 he was granted a license from the FCC to operate WTCA-AM 1050.