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Applications for Winter Energy Assistance Programs Begin Today NIPSCO connects customers in need with assistance programs

November 2, 2015
Applications for Winter Energy Assistance Programs Begin Today  NIPSCO connects customers in need with assistance programs

NIPSCO, state agencies and other local organizations are partnering once again to help connect families that are struggling to pay their heating bills this winter with available assistance funds. Enrollment for the federal low income energy assistance program (EAP) began on Monday, November 2. “Living in the Midwest, we know that winter temperatures are unpredictable,...
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County Police Find Lock Lying of Michigan Road, Arrested for PI

November 2, 2015
County Police Find Lock Lying of Michigan Road, Arrested for PI

A Lakeville youth was arrested Sunday morning after Marshall County Police located him lying on Michigan Road. The Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call Sunday morning about 4:30 for an apparent intoxicated male in the area of U.S. 6 and Michigan Road.  Officer Bragg located 20 year old Bryer Scott Lock of Lakeville...
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Sectional Football Tickets on Sale

November 2, 2015
Sectional Football Tickets on Sale

The Plymouth Rockies move on to round three of sectional football action this Friday night at home.  Sectional football tickets are on sale now for Friday’s game against NorthWood. Tickets are $6 each and can be purchased in the PHS Athletic Office.   Tickets will also be available at the gate. Come out and support the Rockies!!
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Halloween Tidbits from Triton

November 2, 2015
Halloween Tidbits from Triton

The Triton Jr.-Sr. High School yearbook staff celebrated Halloween with a party On Friday, October 30th. 1:Junior Siera Sauer taking her turn at the piñata 2: Sophomores Nichole Sechrist and Kolbie Mason competing in the donut eating contest. Kolbie’s donut is being held by Emma Ross. 3: Sophomore Amanda Baker goes pumpkin bowling!   Triton Elementary...
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Bourbon Police Department Increasing Patrols for Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

November 1, 2015
Bourbon Police Department Increasing Patrols for Busy Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

The Bourbon Police Department announced today it will increase patrols for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday travel period – running November 13 through December 6, 2015. Officers will join more than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies, to conduct high-visibility patrols encouraging drivers and passengers to drive sober, and buckle up for safety. “The...
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One Candidate for Bremen Town Council Caucus

November 1, 2015
One Candidate for Bremen Town Council Caucus

Marshall County Republican Chairman, David Holmes will conduct a caucus on Thursday, November 5th to fill the vacancy created on the Bremen Town Council.  The resignation was created when Heath Thorton resigned his position on the Bremen Town Council so he can serve on the County Council.  Thorton filled the seat vacated when Matt...
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Stephen L. Minton – 66 – from Plymouth

November 1, 2015

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Raymond M. Askins Jr. – 88 – of Plymouth

November 1, 2015
Raymond M. Askins Jr. – 88 – of Plymouth

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Sister Maxine Peppenhorst PHJC, formerly known as Sister Alicia,

November 1, 2015
Sister Maxine Peppenhorst PHJC, formerly known as Sister Alicia,

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Commissioner’s Meeting Monday Morning

November 1, 2015
Commissioner’s Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes the Highway Department report by Laurie Baker and Jason Peters.  Matt Pitney, Communication Supervisor for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department will present an E 911 contract. Other agenda items...
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