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What’s Your Opinion 7-17-19

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County Coroner Requests Morgue Facility

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July 17, 2019
County Coroner Requests Morgue Facility

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioners Meeting, County Coroner, John Grolich told the board he would like for them to consider building a morgue facility to hold bodies and be able to conduct autopsies. Grolich explained that currently he is holding the body of a woman who lives outside the United States but passed away...
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Special Use Kennel Expansion Tabled by County BZA

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July 17, 2019
Special Use Kennel Expansion Tabled by County BZA

The request to amend a previous Special Use to permit for a kennel at 430 5B Road near Bremen was tabled during last week’s Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals. David Slabaugh currently has a Special Use to allow for a kennel that can house 12 mature dogs.  He told the BZA he wants...
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Veterans Service Officer Warns Vets of Companies Charging for Services

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July 17, 2019
Veterans Service Officer Warns Vets of Companies Charging for Services

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting, Veterans Service Officer Pam Schweizer-Betz asked the Commissioners for guidance in dealing with complaints she is receiving from veterans who have been solicited by for-profit companies to assist them in receiving benefits. The Veterans Service Officer said the companies are going to nursing homes and churches and encouraging...
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New Jersey Man Arrested Following Crash on Multiple Charges

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July 17, 2019
New Jersey Man Arrested Following Crash on Multiple Charges

Officer Jerrid Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to a two vehicle accident at US 30 and Pioneer Drive about 10:30 Tuesday night. The driver of one of the vehicles involved in the crash, 22 year old Daniel Viegas of Howell, NJ was arrested for Resisting Law Enforcement and Possession of Drug...
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Excessive Heat Warning

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July 17, 2019
Excessive Heat Warning

Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery released the most recent information on the “Excessive Heat Warning”. AN EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING WILL GO INTO EFFECT BEGINNING AT 2PM ON THURSDAY AND CONTINUE THROUGH 8PM ON SATURDAY. The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued an “Excessive Heat Warning” for most of North and...
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Reported Domestic Ends with South Bend Man being Arrested on St. Joe County Warrants

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July 17, 2019
Reported Domestic Ends with South Bend Man being Arrested on St. Joe County Warrants

The report of a domestic fight Tuesday, evening, July 16th about 5:15 ended with a South Bend man being arrested on a warrant. City Police were dispatched to 901 West Garro Street and before they arrived, 26 year old Dennis Scott Jr. fled the scene, but was located shortly after. Dennis Scott Jr. was...
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Encore Cancels Summer in the Park Concert on Friday Due to Predicted Heat Index

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July 17, 2019
Encore Cancels Summer in the Park Concert on Friday Due to Predicted Heat Index

Debbie Gidley, Executive Director of Encore Performing Arts announced the cancellation of this Friday’s Summer in the Park Concert. Gidley said due to the predicted heat index, the Lake Area Community Band scheduled for this Friday, July 19th at 7:30 at the Young Amphitheater has been cancelled. Gidley said they are working on trying...
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70 Year Old Man Arrested for Public Nudity

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July 17, 2019
70 Year Old Man Arrested for Public Nudity

Monday morning about 11:30 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the area of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue for a male subject exposing himself. Officer John Weir arrived on the scene and located the subject, 70 year old Randall G. Wade who has a Warana Drive address.  He was still exposed when police arrived.    Mr....
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Young, Warner, Rubio, Coons Introduce Innovative Higher Ed Financing Proposal

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July 17, 2019
Young, Warner, Rubio, Coons Introduce Innovative Higher Ed Financing Proposal

Tuesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Mark Warner (D-Va.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Chris Coons (D-Del.) introduced the ISA Student Protection Act to improve an innovative financing tool for students pursuing postsecondary education. Income Share Agreements (ISAs) provide opportunities for students to design financial aid best suited to their needs based on their future income and...
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