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Archive for November, 2016

Driver Arrested for Operating Without a License

November 1, 2016
Driver Arrested for Operating Without a License

A Plymouth man was arrested Saturday morning following a traffic stop on West Jefferson Street. Just before 2 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart observed a vehicle exit a parking lot driving erratically on Jefferson Street. Running the vehicles license plate, the registered owner was found to have a suspended license.  During the traffic...
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Applications for Winter Assistance Are Now Available

November 1, 2016
Applications for Winter Assistance Are Now Available

Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), state agencies and other local organizations are partnering once again to help connect families that are struggling to pay their heating bills this winter with available assistance funds. Enrollment for the federal low-income energy assistance program (EAP) began on Tuesday, Nov. 1st. While NIPSCO has among the lowest residential...
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PAINTING THE ‘HOLIDAYS’, GALLERY STYLE

November 1, 2016
PAINTING THE ‘HOLIDAYS’, GALLERY STYLE

The Heartland Artists Gallery will be showing art in all media types during their themed ‘Homespun’ Holidays event. The art whether it be pottery, textile, stained glass, quilted, painted or inked, printed, photographed or mixed media … will have a memorable and nostalgic theme to it. On Saturday, Nov. 12th, from noon until four...
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AT&T Brings Faster Network to Marshall County Customers

November 1, 2016
AT&T Brings Faster Network to Marshall County Customers

AT&T1 has upgraded 2 cell towers on its 4G LTE network in Marshall County, including near Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver and in Bourbon, to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service. The change will help customers get the most out of their mobile devices. With 4G LTE service, they’ll see better service when watching videos,...
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Triton Students Attend Peer Mentoring Program

November 1, 2016
Triton Students Attend Peer Mentoring Program

The Helping Hands, an anti-bullying/peer mentoring program at Triton Jr./Sr. High School recently took 17 new recruited students along with 6 veteran students that were experienced peer leaders to a camp at Koinonia Environmental Center in Pierceton, for a 2 1/2 day training camp. The camp taught the students how to be effective peer...
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