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Walorski Votes to Strengthen Military, Raise Troop Pay, Keep Terrorists in Gitmo

December 4, 2016
Walorski Votes to Strengthen Military, Raise Troop Pay, Keep Terrorists in Gitmo

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, Friday released the following statement after voting for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2017, which passed the House by a vote of 375 to 34: “Keeping the American people safe means giving our military the tools and...
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Zachary Bradley Arrested on Domestic Battery Warrant

December 4, 2016
Zachary Bradley Arrested on Domestic Battery Warrant

Wednesday night just before 10 Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre served an active felony warrant on 25 year old Zachary Bradley of Plymouth. Officer McIntyre located Mr. Bradley at 900 West Harrison Street lot 214 and took him into custody without incident. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a Domestic Battery...
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Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence Signs Certification of Indiana’s Electors

December 3, 2016
Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence Signs Certification of Indiana’s Electors

Friday, Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence signed the certification of Indiana’s 11 electors who will cast their electoral votes for President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence on December 19. Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence is the first Indiana governor in 104 years to certify electors who will vote for him as vice president...
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Lane Dodson Guilty of Attempted Murder on Plymouth Police Officer

December 3, 2016
Lane Dodson Guilty of Attempted Murder on Plymouth Police Officer

After hearing testimony for three and a half days, jurors in the Lane Dodson trial arrived at a guilty verdict on four of five charges. The jurors were excused by Superior Court I Judge Robert Bowen for deliberation just after 11:30A.M. on Friday and the court was notified near 1:00 P.M. that they had...
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Safety Tips for When Your Vehicle Becomes Disabled

December 3, 2016
Safety Tips for When Your Vehicle Becomes Disabled

Every motorist has the responsibility to be safe. Safe driving includes behaviors while operating a vehicle as well as properly maintaining a safe vehicle and knowing what to do in an emergency. Because highways can be dangerous for pedestrians, motorists involved in crashes and breakdowns need to be knowledgeable about how to safely respond. Most...
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Church of the Heartland to Collect Toys for Tennessee Kids

December 2, 2016
Church of the Heartland to Collect Toys for Tennessee Kids

Since the devastating fires in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Church of the Heartland has been praying about what they could do to help. They talked to a pastor Thursday who lives in Tennessee and he said they have lots of kids who have lost everything and the Toys For Tots program there lost all...
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2017 United Way Give and Golf Cards Now Available

December 2, 2016
2017 United Way Give and Golf Cards Now Available

The 2017 United Way Give and Golf Card is now available just in time for Christmas gift giving. The Give and Golf Card are available for a $50 donation to United Way of Marshall County.  The card entitles a golfer to play one round of golf at all six Marshall County courses: the Swan...
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Warsaw Man Arrested for Possession of Cocaine

December 2, 2016
Warsaw Man Arrested for Possession of Cocaine

On Friday, December 2nd, at approximately 2:25 in the morning a traffic stop was conducted on a Dodge Caliber in the area of US 30 and Gumwood Road. The driver, 65 year old Leon Burnett of Warsaw, was found to be operating a vehicle without receiving a license and driving while suspended with a...
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Jury Finds Dodson Guilty of Attempted Murder

December 2, 2016
Jury Finds Dodson Guilty of Attempted Murder

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Tidbits from Triton

December 2, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Project Produce continues at Triton Elementary School,   On Tuesday, November 29th students had the chance to taste test Kiwi.  There were 399 students who voluntarily tasted it.  Seven students had no comment, 358 students liked it, and 34 students did not like it. Head Cook Peg Patrick said, “It looks like we have a hit...
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