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Lt. Gov. Crouch Statement on Last Night’s Mass Shooting

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April 16, 2021
Lt. Gov. Crouch Statement on Last Night’s Mass Shooting

 Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch offered the following statement regarding last night’s mass shooting: “There are Hoosiers who will no longer be with us, and there are families who will never recover because of last night’s senseless act of violence. My sincerest thoughts and prayers go to the families, friends and coworkers at the FedEx Ground facility...
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Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Offers Cash Incentive For Hoosiers with ABLE Accounts

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April 16, 2021
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Offers Cash Incentive For Hoosiers with ABLE Accounts

Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell is announcing an exciting new incentive for Indiana residents covered by Anthem’s Hoosier Care Connect program. Beginning April 1st, Anthem will offer a $25 contribution to all qualified members with an INvestABLE Indiana account or help you open an account to receive the one-time deposit. To qualify for this...
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Co. Council Supports Co. Park Board with Fund and Budget

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April 15, 2021
Co. Council Supports Co. Park Board with Fund and Budget

This week the Marshall County Council approved the creation of a fund for the new County Parks and Recreation Department.  Creating this new fund will give the county park board an official way to deposit donations and expend funds. In February of 2020, Circuit Court Judge Curt Palmer and County Clerk Deb VanDeMark approached...
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Unlicensed Teen Driver Leads Police on Chase in Marshall County

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April 15, 2021
Unlicensed Teen Driver Leads Police on Chase in Marshall County

Just before 9:00 a.m. Thursday morning, April 15, Trooper Rodd Schuh was patrolling in his unmarked Dodge Charger police car southbound on US 31 near Veterans Parkway when he noticed a silver Nissan SUV approaching him from behind at a high rate of speed. Schuh was able to determine the Nissan was traveling 100 miles per...
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Pilgrims explode in the third for win over Triton

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April 15, 2021
Pilgrims explode in the third for win over Triton

PLYMOUTH — It was a cold night for baseball but the Plymouth bats continued to be hot as they erupted for a 23 run third inning in taking a 31-0 win over a very young Triton team at Bill Nixon Field. Triton coach Mark Elliott fielded a team that featured three freshman and two...
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Culver Council of Churches Discuss Collaboration with City on Pinder Property

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April 15, 2021
Culver Council of Churches Discuss Collaboration with City on Pinder Property

Representatives from the Culver Council of Churches approached the Town Council Tuesday evening with an opportunity to work together with the town on a new location for the food pantry. Don Freese, Secretary of the Council of Churches brought forth the idea to collaborate with the town on the property they own at 530...
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U.S. 6 and State Road 331 to have restrictions near Bremen

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April 15, 2021
U.S. 6 and State Road 331 to have restrictions near Bremen

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced road and lane closures for U.S. 6 and State Road 331 near Bremen beginning Monday, April 19.  The U.S. 6 bridge over State Road 331 will be closed to traffic for a bridge deck overlay and bridge painting. These preventative maintenance activities prolong the life of the bridge...
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Bourbon to Receive $338,000 from American Rescue Plan

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April 15, 2021
Bourbon to Receive $338,000 from American Rescue Plan

The Town of Bourbon will be getting an economic boost from the American Rescue Plan. Bourbon council president Ward Byers said they needed to draft an ordinance and establish a separate fund in order to receive the funds. The council approved establishing both. The Town of Bourbon will receive $338,000 payable with half expected to...
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Walorski’s Office to Hold Hours in Plymouth on Monday

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April 15, 2021
Walorski’s Office to Hold Hours in Plymouth on Monday

A representative from Congresswoman Jackie Walorski’s office will be in Marshall County on Monday to meet with constituents who need assistance. Do you need help with a federal agency, such as Social Security, the IRS, or the VA?   Congresswoman Walorski’s staff will be in Plymouth to assist county residents with federal agency casework and...
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Star City Man Arrested with 64 Grams of Meth

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April 15, 2021
Star City Man Arrested with 64 Grams of Meth

On Wednesday, April 14th, at 11:51 PM, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a silver 2006 Pontiac in the area of US 31and State Road 10. During the investigation, the officer located approximately 64 grams of methamphetamine. The driver, 24-year-old Christopher J. Williamson from Star City  was...
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County Sheriff’s Department Participates in National Drug Take Back Day April 24th

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April 15, 2021
County Sheriff’s Department Participates in National Drug Take Back Day April 24th

           Marshall County Sheriff Matthew Hassel announced today that the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department will be participating in the DEA National Drug Take Back on Saturday April 24, from 10:00am until 2:00pm. Residence will be able to drop off their expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs to the Marshall County Sheriff Officer’s in...
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Caucus Date Changed for Vacancy on Culver Town Council

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April 15, 2021
Caucus Date Changed for Vacancy on Culver Town Council

Marshall County Republican Chairman, David Holmes has changed the date for the caucus to fill a vacant seat on the Culver Town Council. President of the Culver Town Council, Ginny Munroe has accepted the position of Culver Town Manager and will assume those duties on Monday, May 3rd.  Therefore, she is required to resign...
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Planting Season is Here; Stay Alert on Rural Roads this Spring

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April 15, 2021
Planting Season is Here; Stay Alert on Rural Roads this Spring

Spring weather is here and farmers are beginning to plant their crops across the state’s 15 million acres of farmland. The Indiana State Department of Agriculture and several state agencies are reminding Hoosier motorists to be alert, be courteous and be patient when they encounter farm equipment on Indiana’s rural roads. “Planting season is...
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SJHS administers more than 50,000 vaccines

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April 15, 2021
SJHS administers more than 50,000 vaccines

Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) hit a significant milestone, administering more than 50,000 vaccines. SJHS began vaccinating healthcare workers on Dec. 18, 2020, and as eligibility opened to more Hoosiers, so did our vaccination efforts. Our vaccine clinics have been staffed by more than 650 individuals that have put in more than 18,000 hours....
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Senator Young: Commerce Committee Holds Hearing on Young’s Endless Frontier Act to Out-Compete China

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April 15, 2021
Senator Young: Commerce Committee Holds Hearing on Young’s Endless Frontier Act to Out-Compete China

Wednesday morning, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation held a hearing on U.S. Senator Todd Young’s (R-Ind.) Endless Frontier Act. The hearing highlighted why the bill, introduced last Congress, is critical to our ability to out-innovate and out-compete China. During the hearing, Senator Young expressed his intent to continue working on ways to improve the Endless Frontier...
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THURSDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

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April 15, 2021
THURSDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

The Indiana Department of Health announced Thursday that 1,408 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 703,345 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus. In Marshall County a total of 5,753 citizens have tested positive for the coronavirus. ...
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Clay takes advantage of Lady Lions

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April 14, 2021

Clay takes advantage of Lady Lions BREMEN — South Bend Clay scattered 6 hits, took advantage of two lead-off walks, and four costly Lion errors to post a 5-2 win at Pfeiffer Field in Bremen on Tuesday. Boone scored 3 times for the Colonials from the lead-off spot in the lineup. The Lions had only...
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Judson ten runs OD

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April 14, 2021

NORTH JUDSON — Oregon-Davis fell to North Judson by a six-inning final of 15-5. C. Danford had a pair of hits for the Bobcats with a triple and takes the loss on the mound. Green homered for O-D. •NORTH JUDSON 15, OD 5 at North Judson OD 0 1 3 0 1 0 5-5-6 NJ...
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Triton serves past Valley

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April 14, 2021

BOURBON — Triton stayed unbeaten with a tight win over Tippecanoe Valley 3-2. Molly McFarland won her singles match and both doubles teams, Lexia Hostrawser and Emma Hepler along with Cheyenne Hawley and Danica Kuntz, won their matches. •TRITON 3 TIPPECANOE VALLEY 2 at Triton #1 singles Molly McFarland (T) def Hannah Parson (TV) 6-4,...
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Triton paces field

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April 14, 2021

PLYMOUTH — Triton swept a pair of wins from Bremen and LaVille at Swan Lake Golf Course. Team scores: Triton 174, Bremen 218, LaVille 267 Top 10 individual scores: 1. Cole McKinney – 38 (Triton Varsity) 2. Gavin Butler – 44 (Triton Varsity ) 3. John Gardner – 45 (Triton Varsity ) 4. Breylon Wareham...
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