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CATHERINE KASPER LIFE CENTER RECOGNIZED FOR OUTSTANDING RESIDENT SATISFACTION

October 2, 2013
CATHERINE KASPER LIFE CENTER RECOGNIZED FOR OUTSTANDING RESIDENT SATISFACTION

  10/03/13 Catherine Kasper Life Center (CKLC) received the Excellence in Action award from My InnerView by National Research Corporation. This honor recognizes long-term care and senior living facilities that achieve the highest levels of satisfaction excellence, as demonstrated by overall resident or employee satisfaction scores that fall within the top 10 percent of...
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Turf Field Being Installed at CMA, Football Schedule Changes

October 2, 2013

10/03/13 With the installation of a new turf field underway, several changes have been made to the Culver Military Academy football schedule for the remainder of the season. The final home varsity football game against Boone Grove on Friday, Oct. 11, has been moved to Valparaiso High School. Game time is set for 8...
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POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK TO HOST CHILI FESTIVAL

October 2, 2013
POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK TO HOST CHILI FESTIVAL

  10/03/13 Potawatomi Wildlife Park Board members are serving bowls of homemade chili during the Chili Festival that also includes an array of entertainment. The chili fundraiser will be held on Sunday, October 6 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Bessinger Pavilion. Tickets are $6 and are currently available from any park...
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Ike Huls Honored by Hoosier Old Wheels

October 2, 2013
Ike Huls Honored by Hoosier Old Wheels

  10/03/13 A very special thing happened during the Miller’s Senior Living Community Classic Car Cruise-in In September.  Miller’s resident Ike Huls was enjoying himself at the cruise-in just like every other year.  He was admiring the cars, visiting with friends and enjoying hot dogs.  And then, about half way through the cruise-in, Hoosier...
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RIverside Volleyball Teams Win Tourney

October 2, 2013
RIverside Volleyball Teams Win Tourney

Riverside played host to an A and B volleyball tourney on Saturday. Both the A and B team were victorious in the championship game against Wawasee Middle School.   A team -left to right Front – Sarah Youngs, Avery Christy, Kenzie Snyder, Claire Tanner, Kyla Heckaman,  Colton Sharp, Manager, Back row Asst. Coach Jessica...
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Driver Stopped for Disregarding School Bus, Arrested for Marijuana

October 1, 2013
Driver Stopped for Disregarding School Bus, Arrested for Marijuana

  10/01/13  On Monday, September 30th at approximately 8:00 a.m. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Les McFarland was conducting school bus patrol in the area of North Michigan Road due to complaints of vehicles passing a school bus while its stop arm is extended and lights are flashing.  While patrolling, Deputy McFarland observed a red...
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Burglary from Pole Barn on 4B Road

October 1, 2013
Burglary from Pole Barn on 4B Road

  10/01/13  On Monday, September 21st at 12:39 a.m. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Rob Hafke took a theft report from a property owner in the 10,000 block of 4B Road.  Unknown subjects broke into a pole barn and stole a 25 gallon Craftsman air compressor.  They cut the cooper cables to a stick welder...
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Everett L. Bowell – 95 – from Argos

October 1, 2013

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Boys & Girls Club Benefits from Blueberry Festival

October 1, 2013
Boys & Girls Club Benefits from Blueberry Festival

  10/02/13 Larry Faulstich from the Marshall County Blueberry Festival Board recently presented a $400.00 check to Gina Howell from the Marshall County Boys and Girls Club board.   The donation was from Allen’s Original Redwood Log House.  The Log House was an attraction at the Festival that donates part of the donations they...
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WALORSKI VOTES TO SUPPORT VETERANS, OPEN NATIONAL PARKS AND MUSEUMS

October 1, 2013
WALORSKI VOTES TO SUPPORT VETERANS, OPEN NATIONAL PARKS AND MUSEUMS

  10/02/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement Tuesday evening after the House offered bills to support veterans and reopen national parks and museums, despite a lapse in appropriations from the government shutdown:   “Today my office received a phone call from a veteran concerned about losing VA health services.  A group...
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