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Archive for March, 2013

Intermittent U.S. 6 Lane Restrictions for New U.S. 31 Project

March 24, 2013
Intermittent U.S. 6 Lane Restrictions for New U.S. 31 Project

  03/25/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces intermittent one way traffic directed by flaggers and brief stoppages of all traffic on U.S. 6 between U.S. 31 and Lilac Road, beginning on or after Tuesday, March 26th through Friday, April 12th. The restrictions are necessary to ensure driver safety while crews weld sections...
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Irish Tunes at Miller’s Senior Living

March 24, 2013
Irish Tunes at Miller’s Senior Living

  03/25/13  “Happy Days Are Here Again” sang J. Jay Brook to the residents and guests at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Tuesday afternoon March 19th.  And by the smiles throughout the audience it was apparent they agreed with him.  Brook who is originally from Wales now resides in Porter, Indiana and has become...
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This April, Be a Part of the Change Happening Around You

March 24, 2013
This April, Be a Part of the Change Happening Around You

  03/25/13  As the snow melts and spring rains bring fresh flowers, green grass, and warmer weather, the American Red Cross encourages area residents to be a part of change, too.  Spring is about rejuvenation and research studies show that the increase in temperature is a major mood booster. “The need for blood remains...
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Egg Hunt at Potato Creek State Park, March 30

March 24, 2013
Egg Hunt at Potato Creek State Park, March 30

  03/25/13 The public is invited to join the Friends of Potato Creek group on March 30 for an Easter egg hunt. The hunt will be at the beach area in Potato Creek State Park at 10:30 a.m. EDT. The egg hunt costs $2 and is open to children up to age 12. Participants...
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Federally Extended Benefits Reduced Beginning Monday, April 8, 2013

March 24, 2013
Federally Extended Benefits Reduced Beginning Monday, April 8, 2013

  03/25/13 Due to automatic federal spending cuts, known as sequestration, beginning Monday, April 8, 2013, weekly payments of Federally Extended Unemployment Insurance benefits, also known as EEUC or weeks 27-63 of benefits, will be reduced by 10.7% as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor. This reduction will remain in effect each week...
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Borden Tops Triton for School’s First State Championship

March 24, 2013
Borden Tops Triton for School’s First State Championship

The Borden Braves held off a formidable fourth-quarter rally by the Triton Trojans and reaped the benefits: a 55-50 victory in the Class A title game and the first state championship for the school in any IHSAA team sport. The Class A final, billed as a battle between top defensive teams, turned out to...
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Opinion Show 3/22/13

March 22, 2013


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TROJANS HEADING TO STATE! Here’s how they compare to 1A Opponent Borden

March 22, 2013
TROJANS HEADING TO STATE!   Here’s how they compare to 1A Opponent Borden

This Saturday morning on WTCA  am1050 at 10:30am,  you can catch the 1A & 2A broadcast of the State Finals.  This will be the first meeting between the Triton Trojans and the Bordan Braves in the Class 1A game.   This game very easily could be a defensive battle to start the finals in Indy!...
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Plymouth’s Mac Mercer selected to Junior All-State; Triton’s Clay Yeo makes Senior All-State

March 22, 2013
Plymouth’s Mac Mercer selected to Junior All-State; Triton’s Clay Yeo makes Senior All-State

The 20-5 Triton Trojans are getting ready for a trip to Indianapolis on Saturday.  Senior Clay Yeo has been a prominent reason why the boys from Bourbon are making another run at the State Title.  And the “honors” keep coming.  Tally another honor as Yeo was named to the IBCA Senior All-State team.  His...
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Fields Sentenced to Maximum Time Allowed under Law for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

March 21, 2013
Fields Sentenced to Maximum Time Allowed under Law for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

   03/22/13  Judge Robert O. Bowen of the Marshall Superior Court No. 1 sentenced Anthony Fields to the maximum sentence allowed under the law for manufacturing methamphetamine.  A Marshall County jury deliberated a little over an hour on February 20 after hearing two days of testimony and found Fields guilty of Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Possession...
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