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Katrina Ankney – 23 – from Plymouth

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December 11, 2013

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Victin’s Name Not Released in Fatal Industrail Accident in Tippecanoe

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December 11, 2013
Victin’s Name Not Released in Fatal Industrail Accident in Tippecanoe

  12/12/13 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger is continuing his investigation into Wednesday’s industrial accident in Tippecanoe.  The incident occurred shortly before noon yesterday at NICORR in the 1200 block of 20th Road south of Bourbon.  The unnamed truck driver was killed instantly in the accident.  He was unloading a machine from the bed...
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Finishing Up Shop With A Cop Radio Auction Today at 9, Tune in and Bid

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December 11, 2013
Finishing Up Shop With A Cop Radio Auction Today at 9, Tune in and Bid

12/12/13 The 6th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction on WTCA for Plymouth FOP 195 last Friday was a huge success.  We raised about $15,000 in one day which will take 150 kids shopping this weekend. With just over 450 items on the auction block there were a few things that haven’t been...
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Candle Light Vigil for Brandie

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December 11, 2013
Candle Light Vigil for Brandie

  12/12/13 A prayer vigil was held Wednesday evening on the Marshall County Court House lawn for an 11 year old Argos girl who was murdered 27 years ago.  On December 11, 1986, Brandie Peltz was at home alone sick from school.  When emergency responders were dispatched to the home for a fire they...
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Syracuse Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

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December 11, 2013
Syracuse Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

  12/12/13  On Monday, December 9th at 5:47 p.m. off duty Bremen Reserve Officer Adrian Jimenez reported to the Bremen Police Department a possible impaired driver on US 6 east of Bremen.  Officer’s located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop at US 6 and State Road 331.  During the investigation officer’s located a...
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Riverside Gives to United Way

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December 11, 2013
Riverside Gives to United Way

  12/12/13 Riverside Intermediate School students in Plymouth recently held a Penny War as a fundraiser to support United Way of Marshall County.  Recently members of the Student Council presented a check in the amount of $590.99 to United Way representative Dick Featherstone. The Riverside student council students on this committee presenting the check include...
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50th Barn Quilt Added to Trail

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December 11, 2013
50th Barn Quilt Added to Trail

  12/12/13 Workers from REMC worked through the snow and cold to hang Marshall County’s latest addition to the popular Barn Quilt Trail around the county. The quilt was hung on the Barn of the Dale Neidlinger family’s Dairy N Farm barn at the corner of Lincoln Highway and King Road.   The quilt...
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Ancilla College Hosts Annual Donor Recognition Reception

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December 11, 2013
Ancilla College Hosts Annual Donor Recognition Reception

  12/12/13Ancilla College hosted its annual Donor Recognition Reception on Sunday, December 8 in Cana Hall at the Donaldson campus. Many of the College’s most generous donors were on hand.  Over 80 Lampen Award Honorees, many of whom were in attendance, were recognized for having donated $1000 or more in the 2012-2013 fiscal year....
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Indiana Taxpayers Being Ripped-Off By Metal Scrappers

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December 11, 2013
Indiana Taxpayers Being Ripped-Off By Metal Scrappers

  12/12/13 Indiana taxpayers are being ripped-off and highway safety is being compromised, all due to brazen metal scrapper thieves who are stealing the wiring from highway light poles.   Despite additional security measures, and the mortal danger presented by stealing live electrical wires, the thieves persist, especially along the I-80/94 and I-65 corridors...
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CHRISTMAS TREE SELECTION AND MAINTENACE IMPORTANT IN AVOIDING HOUSE FIRES

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December 11, 2013
CHRISTMAS TREE SELECTION AND MAINTENACE IMPORTANT IN AVOIDING HOUSE FIRES

  12/12/13 The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office is encouraging everyone to select and maintain their Christmas tree carefully to reduce the risk of fire.  According to the National Fire Protection Association, one in every six Christmas tree fires are caused by a heating source that is too close. What could start as a...
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