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BellMart BP Stations DO NOT Receive Gas from Whiting

August 22, 2012
BellMart BP Stations DO NOT Receive Gas from Whiting

  08/23/12 The recent TV report from South Bend indicating that there was an issue with BP gasoline has caused some questions for the Bellmart BP stations. The report indicated that the BP brand gasoline at the Whiting terminal had too much of an ingredient causing problems for vehicle does not include the host...
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Redevelopment Commission Authorizes Offers to 3 River Park Square Property Owners

August 22, 2012
Redevelopment Commission Authorizes Offers to 3 River Park Square Property Owners

  08/23/12 During Tuesday night’s City Redevelopment Commission meeting, City Attorney Sean Surrisi discussed moving forward with offers to purchase three properties in the area of River Park Square.   Each property was appraised by two separate appraisers several months ago and the averages of the two appraisals were released during the meeting.  The...
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Mark Griffin Arrested for Warrant & Meth

August 22, 2012
Mark Griffin Arrested for Warrant & Meth

  08/23/12  On Friday, August 17th around 6:55pm, Corporal Bridget Hite of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Lincoln Street after a call was received about a possible domestic disturbance of a male and female subject that were in a parked van.  Hite observed the van leaving the area turning onto Oak Hill Avenue...
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Blueberry Festival to Move First of the Year

August 22, 2012
Blueberry Festival to Move First of the Year

  08/23/12 The Marshall County Blueberry Festival will celebrate their 45th Anniversary this year over the Labor Day weekend. The festival has grown since the early years and has now out-grown their current office space in the historic Old Firehouse in downtown Plymouth. On January 1st of 2013 the Blueberry Festival will move to...
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Music in the Park Ends Season with Danny Barber’s Jazz Cats

August 22, 2012
Music in the Park Ends Season with Danny Barber’s Jazz Cats

  08/23/12 Encore Performing Arts will close out the Music in the Park series with a program to please all jazz aficionados. South Bend native Danny Barber ‘Trumpeter Extraordinaire’ and the Jazz Cats will be on hand this Friday, August 24 at the Young Amphitheater in beautiful  Centennial Park. Barber is known throughout the...
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UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD PRESIDENT

August 22, 2012
UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD PRESIDENT

  08/23/12 Francis Ellert will lead the United Way of Marshall County as the new Board President. Chris Eberly announced his resignation Monday in a letter to the Board. Eberly, who has served in that capacity since January 2011, will be taking on additional responsibilities in his position with TCU and moving to St...
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5th Annual Lake Max Film Fest Benefiting “A Gift of Warmth” begins this Weekend

August 22, 2012
5th Annual Lake Max Film Fest Benefiting “A Gift of Warmth” begins this Weekend

  08/23/12 The 5th Annual Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival, “A Gift of Warmth,” will feature two nights of films and fun, beginning with a Friday night reception for sponsors of the event, where live music, dinner under the stars, and a film competition featuring Purdue and Notre Dame student film-makers, who will be introducing...
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Weather Observers Needed in Marshall & Starke Counties

August 22, 2012
Weather Observers Needed in Marshall & Starke Counties

  08/23/12 The National Weather Service forecast office in northern Indiana is in need of weather observers. Observers are urgently needed in Marshall, Starke, Pulaski and White counties. Weather observers of all ages are needed to study weather in your backyard.  It only takes a few minutes each morning to gather the data needed. ...
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Beacon Credit Donates to LJH Storm Watch Program

August 22, 2012
Beacon Credit Donates to LJH Storm Watch Program

  08/23/12 Beacon Credit Union on Oak Drive presented Lincoln Junior High with a $1,000.00 check in support of the Storm Watch positive behavior program.  Those at the presentation were Neil Hunter and Missy Owen from Beacon Credit, and new LJH Assistant Principal, Craig Hopple. The staff, students, and administration are thankful for the...
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10 CASES OF WEST NILE VIRUS IN INDIANA

August 22, 2012
10 CASES OF WEST NILE VIRUS IN INDIANA

  08/23/12 Health officials have investigated 10 human cases of West Nile virus statewide.  Cases have been identified in Allen, Fulton, Hamilton, Hancock, Jackson, Monroe, Marion, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh counties.  Hoosiers are encouraged to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases. West Nile transmission within the mosquito population...
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