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The Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Traveling Exhibit

September 17, 2018
The Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Traveling Exhibit

The identification and care of photographs and images passed down from generation to generation is showcased in the Indiana Historical Society (IHS) traveling exhibit, A Perfect Likeness: Care and Identification of Family Photographs. Now through October 15, the Culver-Union Township Public Library will host the exhibit in the lower level of the library, located at...
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Triton Working to Build Student’s Character

September 17, 2018
Triton Working to Build Student’s Character

Jeremy Riffle, Triton School Corporation Superintendent announced theNG3 Players of the week recently.  The awards went to Aaron Stichter, Bo Snyder, and D’Angelo Shumpert. NG3 stands for Next Generation Character, Community and Change. Triton School Corporation and Jordan Ickes continue to work hard to explicitly teach what it means to be men or women of...
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Young, Banks Applaud Passage of Veterans Crisis Line Bill

September 17, 2018
Young, Banks Applaud Passage of Veterans Crisis Line Bill

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Congressman Jim Banks (IN-R-03) Friday announced that their bill to study the Veterans Crisis Line passed both the House and Senate this week. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill into law as part of a bipartisan spending package. Started in 2011, the Crisis Line is...
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Two Injured in Crash at SR17 & SR 8

September 17, 2018
Two Injured in Crash at SR17 & SR 8

The Marshall County Police Department investigated a two vehicle crash at the intersection of State Road 17 and State Road 8 Monday morning that sent both truck drivers to the hospital. About 9:15 a 2013 Volvo Semi tractor trailer driven by 34 year old Johnboscu U. Azubuike of Detroit was attempting to make a...
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Marshall County’s New K9 Officer Introduced

September 17, 2018
Marshall County’s New K9 Officer Introduced

The new K9 Handler for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and his partner Irok was officially introduced on Thursday by Sheriff Matt Hassel. Andrew Wozniak is the new K9 handler, taking over a position that was formerly held by Brandon Cooper who left the department last year and took his K9 partner Arras with...
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County Council Work Session on 2019 Budget

September 16, 2018
County Council Work Session on 2019 Budget

On Thursday the Marshall County Council held a work session to continue working on the 2019 budget.  The discussion was primarily centered on the salaries for next year and the Waggoner Irwin Scheele Salary Survey and job descriptions. The council still needs to cut $360,000 from next year’s budget requests and while they had...
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OQC Fill A Stocking & A Troop’s Heart

September 16, 2018
OQC Fill A Stocking & A Troop’s Heart

Operation Quiet Comfort sends care packages to America’s military men and women who become sick and injured while serving in harm’s way.  They also provide support to those who care for them. This national organization is gearing up for the holiday season with their annual “Fill a Stocking and A Troop’s Heart” campaign.  All the...
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County Commissioner Meeting Monday

September 16, 2018
County Commissioner Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Commissioners have a number of items on their agenda for Monday’s meeting. Highway Supervisor Jason Peters will update the commissioners on activities in his department and EMA Director Clyde Avery will give his quarterly report. Pat Walters will discuss Fir Road with the commissioners and Commissioner Mike Delp will present an...
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Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

September 16, 2018
Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes discussion of the Schuh Ditch at the Aquatic Center, a report from Century Link on the L. Pontius Tile along with a reconstruction report.  The County Drainage Board...
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Senator Head: Naloxone Heat Map Launches

September 16, 2018
Senator Head:  Naloxone Heat Map Launches

The Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse recently launched an interactive online Naloxone Administration Heat Map, providing insight into the location of incidents where naloxone was administered and reported by emergency medical services (EMS) providers throughout the state. State Senator Randy Head said, “Also known by the brand name Narcan, naloxone blocks the dangerous effects...
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