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Commissioners Consider Conservation Easement and Equipment Purchase for Highway Dept.

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February 20, 2019
Commissioners Consider Conservation Easement and Equipment Purchase for Highway Dept.

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters told the County Commissioners he received notification from the Army Corp. of Engineers concerning the mitigation site for the 13th Road bridge project.   Peters said the Corp. is basically telling us everything is good and we can take back ownership with a deed. County Attorney Jim Clevenger said,...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Marijuana & Meth Possession and Trafficking with an Inmate

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February 20, 2019
South Bend Man Arrested for Marijuana & Meth Possession and Trafficking with an Inmate

43 year old Adam Minch of South Bend was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped on a traffic stop Tuesday, February 19th at 10:42 P.M. at East Lake Street and South Michigan Street. Minch was arrested on outstanding warrants through the Indiana State Parole Board and the Noble County Sheriff’s Department. He...
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County Commissioners Approved Inmate Processing Fee

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February 20, 2019
County Commissioners Approved Inmate Processing Fee

Convicted inmates in the Marshall County Jail will soon be paying an inmate processing fee. On Monday the Marshall County Commissioners approved on 2nd and 3rd reading an ordinance establishing a $50 processing fee for inmates that have been convicted. The new fee will be added to the inmate’s court costs and fines after...
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Bourbon Town Council to Consider Roof Work at Fire Department

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February 20, 2019
Bourbon Town Council to Consider Roof Work at Fire Department

A new roof over the fire station in Bourbon will likely be the next major project the town council and township officials may need to tackle. The roof has had temporary repairs made over the last couple of years; however, if the repairs do not continue to stop the leaking, water damage could affect...
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Bremen Police Arrest David Cannon for Battery & Disorderly Conduct

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February 20, 2019
Bremen Police Arrest David Cannon for Battery & Disorderly Conduct

Officer Matt Schnaible with the Bremen Police Department arrested a South Bend man Tuesday night. 20 year old David Cannon was arrested at a residence in the 400 block of East Maple Street for Battery, Disorderly Conduct and was issued a No Trespass Warning. Cannon was lodged in the Marshall County Jail on a...
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PHS Hosts College Goal Sunday this Sunday

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February 20, 2019
PHS Hosts College Goal Sunday this Sunday

Plymouth High School will once again host the College Goal Sunday for college FAFSA financial aid assistance for parents and college-bound seniors. This event will take place on Sunday, February 24, from 2-4 p.m. Guests can enter through door #1, which are the front doors of the high school. Ancilla College representatives will be...
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Wrong Way Driver on US 31, Medical Condition

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February 20, 2019
Wrong Way Driver on US 31, Medical Condition

On Tuesday, February 19, about 5:15 in the evening, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call reporting a white utility van north bound from Fulton County on US 31 that kept driving off the road. At 5:25pm Marshall County Officer’s report locating the vehicle on US 31 at 14C Road going 100mph...
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Need to Call DOR? Try Wednesdays!

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February 20, 2019
Need to Call DOR? Try Wednesdays!

What day is it? It’s hump day! That’s right hump day, or Wednesday, is the best day to call the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) with questions. According to DOR’s Customer Service Team, Wednesdays are typically the days with the lowest call volume throughout the year, followed by Thursdays. Can’t call on Wednesdays? DOR...
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Parenting Class Series at Plymouth Trinity UMC

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February 20, 2019
Parenting Class Series at Plymouth Trinity UMC

“What is your calling as a parent?” Questions like this and others will be answered in a new parenting class at Plymouth Trinity UMC.   In the midst of folding laundry, coordinating carpool schedules, and breaking up fights, many parents get lost. Feeling pressure to do everything “right” and raise up “good” children. It’s easy...
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AG Curtis Hill: Continued access to Lake Michigan beaches serves the public interest

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February 20, 2019
AG Curtis Hill: Continued access to Lake Michigan beaches serves the public interest

After the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a case involving access to Lake Michigan’s beaches, Attorney General Curtis Hill expressed satisfaction that the ability of the general public to enjoy the natural beauty of Indiana’s shoreline remains protected. In February of 2018, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that the State of...
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