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Gov. Orders Flags to Half-Staff

May 6, 2013

05/07/13 Indiana Governor Mike Pence has directed that flags at state facilities across Indiana be flown at half-staff through next Saturday to honor former Governor Otis “Doc” Bowen. Bowen died Saturday night at the Catherine Kasper Center in Donaldson. He was 95. Governor Pence also is asking Indiana businesses and residents to lower their...
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How to Deal with Nuisance Wild Animals

May 6, 2013
How to Deal with Nuisance Wild Animals

    05/07/13 Nuisance wild animals are a common problem in the spring, and Hoosiers have several options for dealing with them. People can always call a licensed wild animal control company. For the name of a licensed company, visit dnr.IN.gov/fishwild/2351.htm. Hoosier landownersor tenants also can trap and release or kill raccoons, skunks, opossums,...
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PHS Tennis Win LaPorte Tourney

May 6, 2013
PHS Tennis Win LaPorte Tourney

  05/07/13  The Plymouth High School Varsity Tennis Team won the LaPorte Tourney this past Saturday.  They beat South Bend Washington and then beat LaPorte in the finals.  They also played an extra match after the tournament and beat Lowell 5-0!   L-R Back Row:  Emily Blake, Andria Shook, Marissa German, Carly Berger, Mikayla German,...
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Marie Gosnick – 95 – from Plymouth

May 5, 2013
Marie Gosnick – 95 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Former Indiana Governor Otis Bowen Dies

May 5, 2013
Former Indiana Governor Otis Bowen Dies

  05/06/13  Former Governor of Indiana, Otis R. Bowen passed away Saturday evening about 6:30 at the Catherine Kasper Life Center in Donaldson.  He was 95 years old.  The 44th governor of Indiana, he served from 1973 to 1981 and during his two terms he introduced a tax restructuring program, reducing property taxes and...
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Comments on the Death of Otis Bowen

May 5, 2013
Comments on the Death of Otis Bowen

  05/06/13 Comments on Bowen’s death. Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today issued the following statement on the passing of former Indiana Governor Otis Bowen: “Indiana lost a humble giant whose soft spoken, yet firm convictions influenced many Hoosiers, including me. The good doctor and good governor will long be remembered as an example of...
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Commissioner’s Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

May 5, 2013
Commissioner’s Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

    05/06/13 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning (May 6th) beginning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  There are a number of items on their agenda including a training request by Pam Schweizer-Betz, the County’s Veterans Service Officer and a discussion of Election Board matters...
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Criminal Mischief Complaint Leads to 15 Felony Charges and a Meth Lab

May 4, 2013
Criminal Mischief Complaint Leads to 15 Felony Charges and a Meth Lab

05/06/13 Wednesday night, a joint criminal investigation by the Indiana State Police and the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department led to the arrests of two rural Fulton County residents and a fugitive from South Bend, IN.   Charla Richard, 37, and John Wise, 45, both from 2183 West Fulton County Road 500 North,  rural Rochester,...
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THS Students Graduate from Kosciusko Leadership

May 4, 2013
THS Students Graduate from Kosciusko Leadership

  05/06/13 Triton Community School Corporation Superintendent, Donna Burroughs recently announced the special gradation of several high school students.     Eight Triton High School students were honored last week at the Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy Graduation Ceremony.  The students participated in leadership activities with students from other high schools in Kosciusko County.  Graduates...
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WALORSKI JOINS WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE BREAKFAST IN FULTON COUNTY

May 4, 2013
WALORSKI JOINS WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE BREAKFAST IN FULTON COUNTY

    05/06/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) today joined the Women in Agriculture Breakfast to talk to with over 25 local farmers and Indiana Farm Bureau members about their concerns and current updates in the agricultural industry.  Representing many counties across Indiana’s Second District, Walorski had the opportunity to brief farmers on the upcoming...
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