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Flag Day is June 14th

June 13, 2019
Flag Day is June 14th

Thursday, June 14th, 2019 is Flag Day.  In the United States,Flag Day is always celebrated on June 14.  It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.  The Continental Congress replaced the British symbols of the Grand Union flag with a new design...
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Gressman picks up the GLSS win Saturday, Woodling wins two features

June 13, 2019
Gressman picks up the GLSS win Saturday, Woodling wins two features

Great Lakes Super Sprints main event certainly didn’t disappoint and the undercard also provided close racing for the fans. It was a buckeye sweep for the GLSS with all three sprint drivers on the podium hailing from Ohio. Phil Gressman from Helena piloted the 7C to the win with Rawson, Ohio’s Ricky Peterson finishing...
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June 18 Cemetery Crawl in Greene & Walnut Townships

June 12, 2019
June 18 Cemetery Crawl in Greene & Walnut Townships

The Marshall County Genealogical Society is hosting the 7th Annual Cemetery Driving Tour on Tuesday, June 18.  The trip will be travel through Green and Walnut Townships stopping at five cemeteries. At each cemetery, there will be a presentation of the history of that final resting place and some of those interred there. Those...
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County BZA Approves Variances of Development Standards for 4016 Liberty Street at Lake of the Woods

June 12, 2019
County BZA Approves Variances of Development Standards for 4016 Liberty Street at Lake of the Woods

Tuesday evening members of the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals considered the request of Kim Hochstetler to build a 971 square foot addition on to the 1105 square foot home at 4016 Liberty Street at Lake of the Woods. Both the staff and Technical Review Committee recommended denial of the request because the...
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Bourbon Town Board Sets Deadline with Property Owner of 803 N. Main Street

June 12, 2019
Bourbon Town Board Sets Deadline with Property Owner of 803 N. Main Street

The Bourbon Town Council has set a deadline of June 24 for the owner of a property at 803 N. Main Street, commonly known as the Phillips property, to enter into an agreement or the town attorney will proceed with a court date to resolve the matter of an unsafe property and past due...
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David Fear Arrested by County Police for OWI

June 12, 2019
David Fear Arrested by County Police for OWI

On Saturday, June 8th, Marshall County Police were dispatched to a vehicle collision in the 14,000 block of State Road 10 about 6:45 in the evening.  Officer Gorny arrived on the scene and observed the driver who appeared to be intoxicated.  A chemical test was preformed and the driver, 54 year old David Fear...
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Tarilynn Favorite of Plymouth Arrested by County Police for OWI & Endangering

June 12, 2019
Tarilynn Favorite of Plymouth Arrested by County Police for OWI & Endangering

On Monday June 10th, at 7:46 P.M. Marshall County Police received a call of an erratic driver in the area of Oak Road and Markley Drive. It was reported that the vehicle had struck a curb along the roadway. The vehicle was located with a flat tire. During the investigation, the driver, 24 year...
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Bourbon Town Council Amends Fireworks Ordinance

June 12, 2019
Bourbon Town Council Amends Fireworks Ordinance

The Bourbon Town Council is revisiting the town’s ordinance on the use of fireworks. Police Chief Bill Martin had asked for clarification on enforcement and if the local ordinance mirrored state statutes. During the June 11 council meeting, Town Attorney Tony Wagner clarified that the state has dates that are protected for consumer use...
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Two Arrested in County Investigation of Child Solicitation Investigation

June 12, 2019
Two Arrested in County Investigation of Child Solicitation Investigation

The Marshall County Sheriff`s Department obtained a complaint of alleged improper communication through Snapchat, between an adult from Walkerton and a 14 year old child on May 10th. The Marshall County Sheriff`s Department started an investigation and the information found was turned over to the Marshall County Prosecutor`s Office. The Division of Child Services...
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INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES SECOND WAVE OF FREE CONCERTS AS PART OF THE 2019 INDIANA STATE FAIR

June 12, 2019
INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES  SECOND WAVE OF FREE CONCERTS AS PART OF THE 2019 INDIANA STATE FAIR

The Indiana State Fair announces five additional shows that will be part of the 17 total concerts that make up the 2019 Indiana State Fair Free Stage headline entertainment, which returns August 2-18. Each day of the State Fair features a concert that is free with paid fair admission. All shows start at 7:30...
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