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Nappanee Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

August 16, 2018
Nappanee Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

Tuesday evening, August 14th Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder arrested a Nappanee man following a traffic stop on U.S. 6. About 8:30 the Bremen Officer stopped a vehicle and found the driver, 27 year old Jacob d. Bowker to be Operating on a Controlled Substance, in Possession of Paraphernalia an OWI Endangering. Bowker was...
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TRITON STUDENT ART BRINGS AWARENESS TO MENTAL HEALTH

August 16, 2018
TRITON STUDENT ART BRINGS AWARENESS TO MENTAL HEALTH

Congratulation to Triton School Corporation graduate and Ball State University Freshman, Miss Montana Golden for her Excellence in Art as recognized by Mental Health America of Indiana. Montana was selected as an award recipient of the Mental Health Art Contest. In May, to bring awareness to the unique mental health challenges that students can...
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Bourbon Town Board Approves Utility Truck Purchase

August 16, 2018
Bourbon Town Board Approves Utility Truck Purchase

This week the Bourbon Town Board approved the purchase of a new utility truck for the wastewater/water department. According to Steve Stacy, superintendent, the replacement truck has been in the five-year budget plan. The purchase price for an extended cab vehicle is $33,833 and a bed, $11,632. According to Stacy, some equipment can be...
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Baltes of Bremen Arrested at Bowling Alley

August 16, 2018
Baltes of Bremen Arrested at Bowling Alley

On Friday, August 10th at 9:15 p.m. Plymouth Police were dispatched to Quick Lanes at 1024 West Jefferson Street for a disturbance. Officer Chad Beatty arrived and found 44 year old Larry W. Baltes of Bremen to be intoxicated and in possession of marijuana. Baltes was booked into the Marshall County Jail for the...
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Senators Introduce DRIVE-Safe Act to Expand Career Opportunities in Trucking Industry

August 16, 2018
Senators Introduce DRIVE-Safe Act to Expand Career Opportunities in Trucking Industry

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) Thursday introduced the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy (DRIVE-Safe) Act, S. 3352, to address the driver shortage in the trucking and logistics industry, and enhance safety training and job opportunities for young truckers. Though many states allow individuals to obtain a commercial driver’s license...
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Donnelly Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh

August 16, 2018
Donnelly Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after meeting with Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Donnelly talked with Judge Kavanaugh about his judicial philosophy, his experience working in the George W. Bush Administration and as a judge, and his thoughts on judicial independence in addition to other topics. Donnelly said, “I...
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As We See It 8-15-18

August 16, 2018


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Tech Talk 8-14-18

August 16, 2018


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McFarland to Retain Seat on Bourbon Town Council following Town Convention

August 16, 2018
McFarland to Retain Seat on Bourbon Town Council following Town Convention

Wednesday evening registered Republicans in the Town of Bourbon gathered at the senior center to conduct their Town Convention.  The town convention was called to select the candidate for the November 6th General Election to fill the open seat open on the Town Board. Marshall County Republican Chairman Dave Holmes served as chairman of...
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City Board of Works Hears Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

August 16, 2018
City Board of Works Hears Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

Joan Walter lives on Crimson Lane in Plymouth and appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety this week with a request to limit parking on the street to one side. She said there is a physically challenged child on the block and sometimes the school bus that picks him up can’t get...
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Meet & Greet 2018 Marshall County Democratic Candidates this Saturday

August 15, 2018
Meet & Greet 2018 Marshall County Democratic Candidates this Saturday

This Saturday, August 18th the Marshall County Democrats will hold a “Meet and Greet” with the 2018 Democratic candidates. The event will be held at Opie’s, 114 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth from 1 till 3.  They have a number of candidates on the ballot for the November General Election on Tuesday, November...
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Republic Asked Bourbon Town Board to Reduce Frequency of Recycling Pickup

August 15, 2018
Republic Asked Bourbon Town Board to Reduce Frequency of Recycling Pickup

Representatives from Republic Services appeared before the Bourbon Town Board on Tuesday to request a change in the frequency of pickup for recycling. The board entered into a five-year contract in October, 2018 with Republic Services. Peter Callan, municipal account executive,  and Cody Humphrey, General Manager, both of Republic asked to change the weekly...
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South Bend Cubs announce upcoming game/promotion schedule

August 15, 2018

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (August 15, 2018) – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the season. A notable game in this series takes place Sunday, August 19 when the South Bend Cubs will honor the region’s fallen first responders with special recognition. All homestand games take place at Four Winds Field, 501...
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Jensen Arrested for Theft & Possession of Legend Drug

August 15, 2018
Jensen Arrested for Theft & Possession of Legend Drug

Last Thursday, August 9th at 10 p.m. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Walmart for a theft in progress. Officer Chad Beatty found 45 year old Charles E. Jensen of Ora, IN cutting items out of packages. Jensen was taken into custody and found to be in possession of a legend drug.  He...
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LaVille kicks off season

August 15, 2018

LaVille kicks off season LAKEVILLE – The LaVille varsity and jr. high cross country teams traveled to Westville on Tuesday night, for an early season meet where all teams ran a combined 3K to kick the season off. For the boys varsity Connor Henry placed third out of seven and Caleb Christy finished fifth...
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Bremen off to hot start

August 15, 2018

Bremen off to hot start BREMEN – Bremen’s girls golf team accomplished a first Tuesday night at Knollwood Golf Club that no other Bremen team in any sport has accomplished since joining the Northern Indiana Conference three years ago defeating Penn at their home course 193-209. Penn Girls Golf hasn’t lost to an NIC...
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Glenn shuts out Mishawaka

August 15, 2018

Glenn shuts out Mishawaka WALKERTON – Glenn’s tennis team took a shut out NIC win over Mishawaka. •GLENN 5, MISHAWAKA 0 at Glenn #1 Singles – Gabe Weiss (JG) def Jake Dixson (M) 6-1, 5-7, 6-0 #2 Singles – Anthony Kaser (JG) def. Jacob Beshera (M) 6-1, 6-2 #3 Singles – Colin Stephens (JG)...
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Glenn defeats Triton

August 15, 2018

Glenn defeats Triton WALKERTON – John Glenn to a hard fought 3-2 win over Triton in boys tennis action. Gabe Weiss, Anthony Kaser, and the doubles team of Matthew Moore and Joe Delinski game the Falcons the win. •GLENN 3, TRITON 2. at Glenn #1 Singles – Gabe Weiss (JG) def John Gardner (T)...
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Lancers fall to North Judson

August 15, 2018

Lancers fall to North Judson NORTH JUDSON – LaVille dropped a 5-0 decision to North Judson in HNAC play on the road. •NORTH JUDSON 5, LAVILLE 0 at North Judson #1 singles – Caleb Shireman (NJ) def Zach Rutherford (LV) 6-0, 6-0 #2 singles – Hayden Kaminski (NJ) def David Clayton (LV) 6-2, 6-1...
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Glenn shuts out Winamac

August 15, 2018

Glenn shuts out Winamac WALKERTON – The John Glenn Boys Soccer team defeated Winamac 2-0. Goals were scored by Michael Day and Isaac Minnick with assists from Samuel Thomas and Xavier Villa. Freshman Andrew Snyder had another solid game in goal making two saves and preserving the clean sheet, the first of his career....
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