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Carol Sue Butgereit “Mrs. B”, 79, of Bremen

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August 31, 2020
Carol Sue Butgereit “Mrs. B”, 79, of Bremen

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Geese Crossing Sign Denied by City

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August 31, 2020
Geese Crossing Sign Denied by City

The request to place a Deaf Child at Play sign on Garro Street was approved by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety early last month.  That same person also requested a Geese Crossing Sign on Garro Street near River Park Square.  The second request was tabled for additional information. Last Monday, Plymouth...
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Culver Man Arrested Following Suspicious Vehicle Complaint

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August 31, 2020
Culver Man Arrested Following Suspicious Vehicle Complaint

On Sunday, August 30th at approximately 6:30 A.M. Marshall County Sheriff`s Deputy Bennett responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 20,000 block of 8th Road. Upon arriving to the area the suspected vehicle was sitting stationary in the middle of the westbound lane facing the wrong direction. Deputy Benneett noticed an...
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Plymouth School Board To Meet Tuesday

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August 31, 2020
Plymouth School Board To Meet Tuesday

The Plymouth School board will meet on Tuesday, September 1 for a regular meeting that will also include a Public Hearing regarding teacher compensation and the Budget Workshop. Public testimony will be taken at the public hearing. Due to the current recommendations of the CDC concerning public meetings and gatherings, the meeting will be...
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BMV Announces Labor Day Hours

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August 31, 2020
BMV Announces Labor Day Hours

All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle (BMV) branches are closed Saturday, September 5 through Monday, September 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Branches resume regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, September 8. For a complete list of branch locations and hours, to complete an online transaction, or to find a 24-hour BMV...
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September Library Card Sign-up At Culver – Union Township

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August 31, 2020
September Library Card Sign-up At Culver – Union Township

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when all libraries nationwide join together to remind everyone that signing up for a library card is the first step towards lifelong learning. If you already have a card—visit or call the library to make sure it is up-to-date and active. For kids, the most important...
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Farmers To Families Food Box Program Reaches 75 Million

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August 31, 2020
Farmers To Families Food Box Program Reaches 75 Million

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farmers to Families Food Box Program has distributed more than 75 million food boxes in support of American farmers and families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this week, President Trump announced an additional up to $1 billion will be...
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Reserve A Spot For Put And Take Pheasant Hunts September 5th

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August 31, 2020
Reserve A Spot For Put And Take Pheasant Hunts September 5th

Hunters can purchase a reservation for put and take pheasant hunts online starting on Sept. 5 at 6 a.m. ET. Put and take hunts are no longer available on a first-come, first-served basis at fish & wildlife areas (FWAs). To reserve a spot, click “Apply for a reserved hunt” at on.IN.gov/reservedhunt. Hunters do not...
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Young Announces Over $3 Million For Airports

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August 31, 2020
Young Announces Over $3 Million For Airports

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) announced that airports in Huntington, Indianapolis, and Warsaw will receive grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for infrastructure upgrades. The Huntington Municipal Airport will receive $1,323,117 for runway rehabilitation, Indianapolis International Airport will receive $1,100,000 for taxiway reconstruction, and the Warsaw Municipal Airport will receive $1,134,772...
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USDA Extends Free Meals For Kids Through December 31st

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August 31, 2020
USDA Extends Free Meals For Kids Through December 31st

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will extend several flexibilities through as late as December 31, 2020. The flexibilities allow summer meal program operators to continue serving free meals to all children into the fall months. This unprecedented move will help ensure – no matter what the...
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AG Curtis Hill Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Enable FDA

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August 31, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Enable FDA

Attorney General Curtis Hill has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene to enable the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to require abortion clinics to follow standard procedures in performing chemical abortions during the COVID-19 pandemic. A U.S. district court recently ruled that the FDA must suspend several of its normal rules during the...
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What’s Your Opinion 8-31-20 (Uncle Doug co-host)

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August 31, 2020


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Lions take title

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August 31, 2020
Lions take title

Lions take title BREMEN – Bremen tennis continued its winning ways by capturing the Bremen Invitational championship on Saturday recording wins over Wawasee, Fremont, and North Judson. The Lions did not lose a set on the day and improved their record to 7-0 on the season.  
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Indiana Department Of Health Update

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August 31, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 897 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 94,196 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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St. Rep. Jack Jordan: Juniors, Seniors Can Tutor Younger Students

August 30, 2020
St. Rep. Jack Jordan: Juniors, Seniors Can Tutor Younger Students

State Representative jack Jordan (R – Bremen) said in a release Friday, “There is a new opportunity available for high school juniors and seniors to tutor younger students while fulfilling graduation requirements.” Students typically experience some form of learning loss over summer break, meaning they do not retain some of the lessons they learned the previous...
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Indianapolis Woman Arrested After Traveling Over 100 MPH

August 30, 2020
Indianapolis Woman Arrested After Traveling Over 100 MPH

On Thursday, August 27th at approximately 4:30 A.M. Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department located a vehicle on US 31 near 14th Road traveling southbound in excess of 100 MPH. A traffic stop was initiated in the area of US 31 and 450 N in Fulton County. The driver identified as 41...
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Ancilla College To Receive Funds For Materials Addressing Racial Injustice

August 30, 2020
Ancilla College To Receive Funds For Materials Addressing Racial Injustice

Libraries, schools, universities and nonprofit organizations across Indiana are receiving grants to purchase highly sought-after books, digital materials, and films addressing racial injustice in America to add to circulating collections in their communities. Ancilla College in Donaldson is one of the 150 libraries receiving a grant funds for materials addressing racial injustice. In the...
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AG Curtis Hill Announces $85M Multistate Settlement With Honda Over Defective Airbag

August 30, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Announces $85M Multistate Settlement With Honda Over Defective Airbag

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced  more than $85 million multistate settlement with Honda over vehicle safety issues related to defects in frontal airbag systems in certain Honda and Acura vehicles that were sold in the United States. Due to these defects, Honda has recalled approximately 12.9 million Honda and Acura vehicles with suspect airbag...
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Young To Host Virtual Academy Day For Hoosier Students

August 30, 2020
Young To Host Virtual Academy Day For Hoosier Students

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, will host a virtual Academy Day event for Hoosier students. The virtual event will serve as an informational session for current high school students interested in attending one of the U.S. Military Service Academies.
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Rockies handed roller-coaster loss at Kokomo

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August 30, 2020
Rockies handed roller-coaster loss at Kokomo

` KOKOMO — It was another tough night at the office for Plymouth’s Rockies as they continue to struggle with consistency falling on the road to Kokomo 34-18 “We need to find a way to win ballgames and we haven’t put ourselves in a position to do that,” said Plymouth head coach John Barron....
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