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North Liberty Teen Arrested at 3 Times the Legal Limit for Alcohol

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August 26, 2019
North Liberty Teen Arrested at 3 Times the Legal Limit for Alcohol

  A teen from North Liberty is in the Marshall County Jail after an accident on Saturday, August 24th. Just before 8 PM Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the area of U.S. 6 and Oak Road for a single vehicle accident. The officer located a yellow 2008 Pontiac...
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South Bend Cubs to host trick or treating event

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August 26, 2019
South Bend Cubs to host trick or treating event

South Bend Cubs to host trick or treating event SOUTH BEND — After the success of last year’s event, the South Bend Cubs have once again partnered with the South Bend Police Department to bring back Stu and Swoop’s Cops and Goblins trick or treating event on Oct. 28 from 5-7:30 p.m. at Four...
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Cori Humes Parade Marshall for 53rd Annual Blueberry Festival Parade

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August 26, 2019
Cori Humes Parade Marshall for 53rd Annual Blueberry Festival Parade

The 53 annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival, Labor Day weekend, is the largest four day festival in the State of Indiana.  This year’s theme is “Indiana’s Largest Meet and Greet” which fits right in with the size of the festival.  You will meet up with lots of old friends and maybe make some new...
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Help Kids Kick Cancer by Giving Blood with the Red Cross

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August 26, 2019
Help Kids Kick Cancer by Giving Blood with the Red Cross

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to support kids, teens and young adults battling cancer, as well as others in need of transfusions. The National Cancer Institute estimated that more than 15,000 children and adolescents in the U.S. would be diagnosed with cancer...
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Stories & Stones: Cemetery Walk in Culver

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August 26, 2019

Stories & Stones, a cemetery walk sponsored by the Culver-Union Township Public Library, will be held on Saturday, September 21 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Culver Masonic Cemetery. Follow Main Street in Culver to the south-west corner of town to find the family-friendly Stories & Stones cemetery walk in late September. After discovering the...
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AG Curtis Hill Urges the FCC to Strengthen Efforts to Stop Robocalls

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August 26, 2019
AG Curtis Hill Urges the FCC to Strengthen Efforts to Stop Robocalls

Attorney General Curtis Hill Monday urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to encourage telecom companies to implement call blocking and call authentication solutions that would protect consumers from illegal robocalls and spoofing.  Monday’s comment letter to the FCC comes after Attorney General Hill last week led a coalition of 51 attorneys general and 12...
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Outdoor Indiana Magazine Features Covered Bridges

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August 26, 2019
Outdoor Indiana Magazine Features Covered Bridges

Outdoor Indiana magazine’s September-October issue features a cover article on the state’s iconic covered bridges. Nationally, Indiana, with 90 covered bridges, has more than all but two states, Pennsylvania and Ohio; however, the Hoosier state’s Parke County, with 31, has more than any other county in the United States. Outdoor Indiana was recently honored...
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What’s Your Opinion 8-21-19 (Mike Delp)

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August 26, 2019


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High Speed Pursuit Ends with Crash

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August 25, 2019
High Speed Pursuit Ends with Crash

An officer with the Bourbon Police Department was involved in a high speed pursuit early Friday morning, August 23rd. About 1 a.m. Officer Matt Geiger attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation at Gumwood Road and Lincoln Highway. The vehicle fled and was speeding at over 100 mph. The vehicle wrecked at...
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County Drainage Board Approves Construction Project on Bellman Tile Arm

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August 25, 2019
County Drainage Board Approves Construction Project on Bellman Tile Arm

Last week the Marshall County Drainage Board held a public hearing for a construction project on the Bellman Tile Arm south of Bremen.  The project was proposed for the west side of Fir Road and through the wetland area for a total of 455 feet. Estimated cost is $35,650 with an estimated cost per...
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Commissioners Approve Reduction in Fines for No Thru Trucks and Travel During Declared Emergency

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August 25, 2019
Commissioners Approve Reduction in Fines for No Thru Trucks and Travel During Declared Emergency

Jim Clevenger, Attorney to the Marshall County Commissioners told them during Monday’s meeting, “I either knew it and forgot or was never aware of a statutory cap for collecting fines through the Ordinance violation Bureau of $250.” The county recently approved an ordinance setting fines for various violations and two of those fines exceed...
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Highway Superintendent Updates Commissioners

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August 25, 2019
Highway Superintendent Updates Commissioners

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters told the County Commissioners during their meeting Monday that the north walkway on the Baker Street Bridge has been looked at and there is nothing that needs immediate attention. After the Blueberry Festival the sidewalk decking on the north side will be removed to look at the substructure. ...
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Handmade Crocheted Afghan Raffle for Operation Quite Comfort

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August 25, 2019
Handmade Crocheted Afghan Raffle for Operation Quite Comfort

Operation Quiet Comfort is currently conducting a fundraising raffle. A beautiful patriotic crocheted king size afghan that was made by Carol Dove is just over 7 weeks is the prize.  The afghan took Grand Champion and Best of Show in the 2019 Marshall County 4-H Fair open class. Carol graciously donated the afghan to...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

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August 25, 2019
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings on Monday evening, August 26th beginning at 6 p.m. in the second floor Council Chambers of City Hall.  The meetings are open to the public and participants should enter through the Garro Street door and take the stairs or elevator to the second floor meeting...
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8th Annual Wick’s Pie Sale at Trinity United Methodist Church

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August 25, 2019
8th Annual Wick’s Pie Sale at Trinity United Methodist Church

Trinity United Methodist Church at 425 South Michigan Street in Plymouth is hosting their 8th annual Wick’s Pie Sales until Sunday, September 22nd. Orders are being accepted for pies that are already baked and frozen and have a freezer life of 6 months. Varieties available include: 9 inch sugar cream, pecan, peanut butter, pumpkin,...
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Walorski, Davis Explore Bipartisan Solutions in Visits to Chicago Community Support Organizations

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August 25, 2019
Walorski, Davis Explore Bipartisan Solutions in Visits to Chicago Community Support Organizations

U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) and Danny K. Davis (D-Ill.) this week explored bipartisan solutions in visits to several Chicago organizations dedicated to helping individuals and families overcome challenges and escape poverty. “Breaking the cycle of poverty requires collaboration at every level, and it means working across the aisle to fix what’s broken and...
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AG Curtis Hill Leads Multi-state Effort to Stop Illegal Robocalling

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August 25, 2019
AG Curtis Hill Leads Multi-state Effort to Stop Illegal Robocalling

Attorney General Curtis Hill Friday announced he is leading a bipartisan and public/private coalition of 51 attorneys general and 12 telecommunications companies that have agreed to adopt eight principles to fight illegal robocalls. This agreement will help protect phone users from illegal robocalls and make it easier for attorneys general to investigate and prosecute...
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Office of the Attorney General achieves another year of successful outreach at Indiana State Fair

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August 25, 2019
Office of the Attorney General achieves another year of successful outreach at Indiana State Fair

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced today that he and his staff interacted with more than 7,000 Hoosiers at the Indiana State Fair this month. During the fair’s 17-day run, staff members also found more than $100,000 in unclaimed property for fairgoers who stopped by the Attorney General’s booth. “Our Unclaimed Property Division has done...
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CGA takes second at North Judson invite

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August 25, 2019

CGA takes second at North Judson invite NORTH JUDSON-SAN PIERRE — CGA’s volleyball squad came away with a second place finish in action over the weekend at North Judson. Game scores: CGA defeated South Bend Adams 2-1: 25-19, 22-25, 15-6 CGA defeated North Judson 2-1: 24-26, 25-18, 18-16 CGA fell to Michigan City 0-2:...
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LaVille drops heartbreaker

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August 25, 2019

LaVille drops heartbreaker LAKEVILLE – LaVille’s volleyball team lost a heart breaker in five sets to Bethany Christian jumping to a quick 2-0 lead and then dropping the last three matches, 25-22, 25-21, 16-25, 12-25, 5-15. Allison Medors led the net attack with 12 kills. Rebekah Beehler and Karly Unruh added five kills each....
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