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Culver Fall Fest: New Weekend, other Offerings for 2015 Event

October 4, 2015
Culver Fall Fest: New Weekend, other Offerings for 2015 Event

Culver Fall Fest, hosted by the Culver Chamber of Commerce, will kick off one week earlier than in years past, Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10 with Culver Kiwanis Cyclocross on Sunday, October 11. Moonlight Paddle includes new route, story The Moonlight Paddle and local Native American lore, sponsored by Culver Academies and...
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OCTOBER MARKS THE START OF FLU SEASON

October 4, 2015
OCTOBER MARKS THE START OF FLU SEASON

State health officials are urging Hoosiers to get their flu vaccinations to protect themselves from influenza this season. “At best, the flu makes you miserable. At worst, it can be deadly,” said Indiana State Health Commissioner Jerome Adams, M.D., M.P.H. “The best ways to protect yourself and your family are to get vaccinated and...
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Prevent Child Abuse Informational Meeting Set for Monday

October 4, 2015
Prevent Child Abuse Informational Meeting Set for Monday

In light of the recent tragedy of the death of a toddler there has been a lot of talk about prevention and what we, as a community, might be able to do in regards to prevention of child abuse and neglect.  There is a statewide organization known as Prevent Child Abuse Indiana that has...
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Here We Grow Again!

October 4, 2015
Here We Grow Again!

Ancilla’s Board of Trustees voted Monday, September 28, to build a second residence hall. The decision comes on the tail of a very successful first hall, booked beyond capacity for the 2015-16 year. The two-year college’s president Dr. Ken Zirkle noted the first hall, with 96 beds, was built for freshmen only and they...
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AVOID AREA: Two Day Complete Closures of U.S. 20 in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals

October 4, 2015
AVOID AREA: Two Day Complete Closures of U.S. 20 in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces periodic 20 minute closures of U.S. 20, between Pine Road and W. Linwood Blvd, just west of the South Bend International Airport, beginning on Tuesday, October 6. The closures are necessary to ensure driver safety as crews use a large crane to place eleven overhead bridge beams for the...
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Argos solar farm expected to go online soon

October 4, 2015
Argos solar farm expected to go online soon

Summer has come and gone, but the town of Argos is in a better position than ever to soak up some sun. Roughly 3,000 solar panels have been installed on town-owned land west of U.S. 31 near its intersection with State Road 10. The solar farm project  is one of five being undertaken by the...
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Rosann A. Chmielewski – 77 – from Plymouth

October 4, 2015
Rosann A. Chmielewski – 77 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Joe D. Walker – 85 -

October 4, 2015
Joe D. Walker – 85 -

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS Students Sport T-shirt in Memory of David Bacon

October 2, 2015
PHS Students Sport T-shirt in Memory of David Bacon

Students are overjoyed the T-shirts they designed arrived from the printer today!   Many feared they would not be here in time to wear for tonight’s game to honor David Bacon.   We have a few extra shirts that will be sold at the game tonight – best advice is to arrive early if you are interested in...
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Rubio Moved to K-County Jail in Prisoner Exchange

October 2, 2015
Rubio Moved to K-County Jail in Prisoner Exchange

20 year old Fabian Rubio of Bremen has been lodged in the Marshall County Jail after being charged with sexual misconduct with a minor as a class C felony and rape as a class B felony with a 15 year old minor, to wit he was sentenced to 8 years with 2 suspended. In...
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