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Colburn Resigns from Argos Town Council, Caucus Set to Fill Position

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August 1, 2019
Colburn Resigns from Argos Town Council, Caucus Set to Fill Position

Marshall County Republic Chairman, David Holmes has called a caucus to fill a vacancy on the Argos Town Council. Dylan Colburn sent a letter of resignation to Holmes because he is moving out of the town limits and won’t be able to continue on the board as a town resident.  The resignation is effective...
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Dan Mark Arrested for Possession of Meth by County Police

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August 1, 2019
Dan Mark Arrested for Possession of Meth by County Police

A traffic stop by Sgt. Nick Laffoon with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department resulted in the arrest of a Walkerton man.  Wednesday morning just before 7 the officer stopped a vehicle at Lincoln Highway and Queen Road for a registration violation.  During the traffic stop K9 Officer Andrew Wozniak and his K9 partner Irok...
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On My Way Pre-K Now Enrolling Children in Marshall County

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August 1, 2019
On My Way Pre-K Now Enrolling Children in Marshall County

As the 2019/2020 school year approaches, more than half the available slots have been filled for Indiana’s state-sponsored On My Way Pre-K program. Right now Hoosier children and their families are getting connected with high-quality providers in their area, as state law recently expanded the program statewide. Low-income families are encouraged to act quickly...
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New Employee with Gibson

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August 1, 2019
New Employee with Gibson

A 2015 Plymouth High School graduate has been added to Gibson’s Accelerated Advisory Academy (AAA) as Associate Risk Advisors. Haley Harrell graduated from Taylor University this spring with a Bachelors of Arts in Business Management, marketing and Related Support Services and accepted a position with Gibson. AAA is an intensive 6-month Risk Advisor training...
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Mayor’s Month of Music & PHS All School Alumni Event Friday Night in River Park Square

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August 1, 2019
Mayor’s Month of Music & PHS All School Alumni Event Friday Night in River Park Square

It’s time for Friday Night Fun!! Pack a cooler with your favorite beverage and come out for an awesome evening of music. You can grab some food from your favorite Downtown Restaurant or visit one of the many food trucks that will be in River Park Square. Firebrick Road Pizza, Chubby Buddies BBQ, Pig...
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Work to Begin Aug. 5 on SR 331 Bridge Over Yellow River

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August 1, 2019
Work to Begin Aug. 5 on SR 331 Bridge Over Yellow River

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that the State Road 331 bridge over the Yellow River in Bremen is closing Monday for a superstructure replacement project. The bridge is anticipated to reopen in early November. State road detours must be on state-maintained roads only. Northbound drivers on SR 331 will be detoured west...
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New Teachers in Triton School Corporation

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August 1, 2019
New Teachers in Triton School Corporation

Triton School Corporation is extremely excited with the new teachers that will be joining their team and family this school year. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “New Teacher Induction went great yesterday (Tuesday) and this group of passionate individuals are ready to invest in Triton School Corporation Scholars.” The superintendent plans to do highlights on...
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Indiana Attorney General Joins Coalition Securing $6 Million from Cisco Over Flawed Surveillance Software

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August 1, 2019
Indiana Attorney General Joins Coalition Securing $6 Million from Cisco Over Flawed Surveillance Software

IN Attorney General Curtis Hill Thursday joined a coalition of 19 attorneys general in settling a multistate lawsuit against Cisco Systems Inc. involving deficient security surveillance system software sold to Indiana, other states and the federal government.   This case started when a whistleblower came forward under the False Claims Act to assert that Cisco’s...
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DNR Free Activities, Bargains Highlight State Fair, Aug. 2-18

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August 1, 2019
DNR Free Activities, Bargains Highlight State Fair, Aug. 2-18

See live reptiles, teach a child to fish, talk with DNR experts, and enjoy loads of more free activities with the DNR at the Indiana State Fair, Aug. 2-18. A DNR favorite, the Kids Fishin’ Pond, kicks off day one of the fair and will be offered daily. “Reptiles Rule,” a live reptile show, will...
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