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Tech Talk 11-13-18

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November 13, 2018


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School Building Trades Building 5 Bedroom Home in Tall Oaks Subdivision

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November 12, 2018
School Building Trades Building 5 Bedroom Home in Tall Oaks Subdivision

Marshall County high school students participating in the Building Trades courses offered through the Vocational Co-operative program are constructing a house that is ambitious by any standard. The 15 students are working on a 2,100 square foot ranch house with a 1,300 square foot basement, covered front and back porches, 3 ½ baths ,...
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Operation Quiet Comfort Fills Stockings for Troops

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November 12, 2018
Operation Quiet Comfort Fills Stockings for Troops

Approximately 70 volunteers gathered at the home of Jan and Ken Houin on Saturday to pack Christmas stockings for Operation Quiet Comfort. While conditions were a bit crowded, Jan Houin said, “Everyone found a spot   and did their part to pack nearly 1,600 stockings!” But they are not done yet.  Even though Jan thought...
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City Meetings Tuesday Evening

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November 12, 2018
City Meetings Tuesday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Tuesday evening due to the Veterans Day holiday on Monday.  The meetings will be held in the new council chambers on the second floor of City Hall. The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting begins at 6 p.m. and included reports by department heads,...
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2 Nappanee Residents Arrested by Bremen Police

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November 12, 2018
2 Nappanee Residents Arrested by Bremen Police

Two people from Nappanee  were arrested on Saturday evening by Bremen Police following a traffic stop. About 5:15 Officer Trent Stouder conducted a traffic stop on US 30.  33 year old Stacy A Howard was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While Intoxicated Endangering, OWI on a Controlled Substance and Possession of...
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Busy Agenda for Tuesday’s County Council Meeting

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November 12, 2018
Busy Agenda for Tuesday’s County Council Meeting

Due to the Veterans Day holiday on Monday, the Marshall County Council will meet on Tuesday morning, November 13th beginning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes Brent Martin and Jim Causey presenting details on a supportive housing project that will be part...
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Heighn Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI, OWI Endangering & OWI on a Controlled Substance

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November 12, 2018
Heighn Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI, OWI Endangering & OWI on a Controlled Substance

Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder arrested a Bremen man Saturday afternoon after he conducted a traffic stop on West Plymouth Street. About 3 in the afternoon 36 year old Michael Heighn was arrested and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While Intoxicated with a BAC between .08 and .14%, OWI on a...
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Podlin Arrested by Bremen Police Following Crash

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November 12, 2018
Podlin Arrested by Bremen Police Following Crash

Friday night about 10:30 Bremen Police Officer Troy Ulch arrested a Bremen Man for OWI. 53 year old Matthew G. Podlin was involved in a personal injury accident at Plymouth and Jackson Streets.  Officer Ulch determined that alcohol was a factor in the crash. Podlin was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated with a blood...
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Hoosiers Should Prepare Before Winter Weather Hits

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November 12, 2018
Hoosiers Should Prepare Before Winter Weather Hits

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) encourages Hoosiers to use Winter Weather Preparedness Week, Nov. 11-17, as a time for learning and household preparation. Power outages are a major concern during severe winter storms. Snow, ice, high winds and extreme cold conditions may cause above ground power lines to work irregularly or stop...
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Majority of Hoosiers Worried about Shooting at their Local Schools

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November 12, 2018
Majority of Hoosiers Worried about Shooting at their Local Schools

Hoosiers are worried about the possibility of a shooting happening at their local schools, but the proposed safety measures that get the most attention receive the least support, according to preliminary results of the Old National Bank/Ball State University 2018 Hoosier Survey. In the telephone survey of 604 adult Hoosiers, when asked how worried...
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