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Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In Marshall County

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March 20, 2019
Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In Marshall County

Troopers with the Indiana State Police Bremen Post will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location in Marshall County this Friday night, March 22. This checkpoint is part of Operation Pull Over which has been in effect for all of March and concludes on March 24th. Drivers that encounter this checkpoint are...
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To Vote May 7th on the PCSC Referendum you MUST be a Registered Voter in the School Crop. Boundaries

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March 20, 2019
To Vote May 7th on the PCSC Referendum you MUST be a Registered Voter in the School Crop. Boundaries

While there hasn’t been much information put out on voting on the Plymouth Community School Referendum in the May 7th Primary, WTCA confirmed today that any person living in the Plymouth School district may cast a vote, for or against the referendum BUT you must be a registered voter. You can register to vote...
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INDOT Bridge Rehabilitation on US 30 in Plymouth Begins

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March 20, 2019
INDOT Bridge Rehabilitation on US 30 in Plymouth Begins

The $3.1 million bridge rehabilitation project on US 30 over the Baker Ditch in Plymouth is back in operation again. Last year the Indiana Department of Transportation awarded the project to LaPorte Construction and work on the westbound lanes of the bridge was completed in November.  During the winter month all work was stopped...
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Tomblin Arrested by County Police in Tyner

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March 20, 2019
Tomblin Arrested by County Police in Tyner

On Monday, March 18th, Marshall County Police received a report of a property damage accident in the 4500 block of Miller Street in Tyner. Arriving on the scene of the collision, Officer Nick Laffoon determined that the driver, 57 year old Michael M. Tomblin of Tyner had operated a vehicle while intoxicated.   Evidence at...
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Boyle Signs with LaSalle Men’s Rowing Team

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March 20, 2019
Boyle Signs with LaSalle Men’s Rowing Team

A nagging hip injury forced Elizabeth Boyle ’19 to stop rowing for Culver Girls Academy, but she found her true calling on the other side of the White-DeVries Rowing Center – as a coxswain for the CMA varsity eight and four boats. And this winter, she officially committed to be a coxswain for the...
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High School Students Honored at JAG State Career Development Conference

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March 20, 2019
High School Students Honored at JAG State Career Development Conference

Nearly 200 high-school students from across the state competed in 10 different categories at the 11th annual Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Career Development Conference in Indianapolis on March 15. The event was the culmination of months of regional competitions, which focused on several disciplines critical to future employment. The top students in each...
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Don’t Fall Prey to Fake Charities

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March 20, 2019
Don’t Fall Prey to Fake Charities

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) encourages all Hoosiers to do their due diligence before donating to any charitable organizations to not only ensure the organization is legitimate, but that their contributions go where intended. As customers file their taxes this season, several are unfortunately realizing some of their charitable giving did not qualify...
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State Championship Tickets for Culver Academies

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March 20, 2019
State Championship Tickets for Culver Academies

People wishing to buy tickets for the IHSAA Class 3A state championship basketball game between Culver Military Academy (24-3) and Silver Creek (24-3) on Saturday have two ways to purchase them. People can go to the Culver Academies website (www.culver.org) and  a special pop-up window will direct them to purchasing tickets online or by...
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Chargers fall in opening round action

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March 20, 2019

Chargers fall in opening round action DANVILLE, IL – Ancilla stayed close until about the 15 minute mark of the first half, #6 Milwaukee Area Tech then turned up their vaulted defense and turned a seven point advantage into a 14 point halftime advantage on their way to a 101-87 first round victory in...
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1st Source Bank Grants Knox Community Middle School $25,000

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March 20, 2019
1st Source Bank Grants Knox Community Middle School $25,000

1st Source Bank has awarded Knox Community Middle School a $25,000 grant. The funds will be used to implement a STEM program for the school, which will include hands-on curriculum and collaborative projects. “At 1st Source Bank, we view an investment in STEM as an investment in the future for the students at Knox...
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