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Woman Arrested for Possession of Meth and Resisting Arrest

January 14, 2014
Woman Arrested for Possession of Meth and Resisting Arrest

  01/15/14 A routine traffic stop Monday landed a Plymouth woman in jail after Indiana State Police Master Trooper Mike Gruett discovered meth in her coffee. Shortly before 11:00 a.m., Gruett stopped a white 2002 Pontiac Bonneville on US 30 near Tulip Road in Plymouth for a traffic infraction. After speaking with the driver,...
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Matching grant available to Marshall County Schools for the creation or expansion of Project Lead the Way Programs in grades K – 12

January 14, 2014

01/15/14 In an attempt to develop workforce readiness skills on behalf of local students and in partnership with Marshall County Schools and area businesses, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation announces its support for Project Lead the Way. PLTW is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) curriculum that has been touted by the...
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County Council Reorganizes for 2014

January 14, 2014
County Council Reorganizes for 2014

  01/15/14 Conducting their first meeting of the new year, members of the Marshall County Council conducted the annual reorganization of the council.  The decision was made to retain the same officers, Matt Hassel as President and Don Morrison as Vice President.  Representative to MACOG will continue to be Judy Stone.  Council members reviewed...
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Local NASCAR Driver Returns to Midwest for Short Track Roundtable

January 14, 2014
Local NASCAR Driver Returns to Midwest for Short Track Roundtable

  01/15/14 It’s where the love of racing begins for most drivers and fans: the short track. NASCAR’s David Stremme will be at the Double Tree Inn in South Bend this Friday, January 17 at 7 p.m.   He will meet with short track drivers, owners, workers, and more to help improve the sport at...
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Naturally 7 Returns to Eppley Stage

January 14, 2014
Naturally 7 Returns to Eppley Stage

    01/15/14 The vocal group Naturally 7 returns to the Eppley Auditorium stage on Thursday, Feb. 6, at 7:30 p.m. The New York City based group is touring Europe with Michael Bublé. The group has released nine albums and two live performance DVDs. The group’s unusual style was even featured in a TED...
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Dairy Excel-Management Strategies for Success

January 14, 2014
Dairy Excel-Management Strategies for Success

01/15/14 Most modern dairy farm operators and managers spend just as much time managing people and their business as they do caring for their animals. The Purdue Ag and Natural Resource Extension Educators in north central Indiana are offering a management workshop to help dairy operators and managers develop their business skills. The core...
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WALORSKI SUPPORTS ALTERNATIVE PLAN TO LOWER ENERGY COSTS, PROMOTE JOB CREATION

January 14, 2014
WALORSKI SUPPORTS ALTERNATIVE PLAN TO LOWER ENERGY COSTS, PROMOTE JOB CREATION

  01/15/14 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski announced her support for the Electricity Security and Affordability Act (H.R. 3826), a bipartisan bill she co-sponsored to require the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to set achievable standards for coal-fired power plants and support energy independence. “In the heart of winter, Hoosiers remain concerned with costly utility bills,” said...
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Coats Urges Majority Leader Reid to Allow Republican Input on Legislation

January 14, 2014
Coats Urges Majority Leader Reid to Allow Republican Input on Legislation

  01/15/14 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Tuesday joined seven Senate Republicans in a press conference in the Capitol after Majority Leader Reid rejected their compromise proposal to reform and pay for unemployment insurance benefits. “If you recall just last week, Senator Reid said, ‘amendments have no place in this process,’” said Coats. “There’s a...
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Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s Laboratory Relocates to Baylor College of Medicine

January 14, 2014
Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s Laboratory  Relocates to Baylor College of Medicine

01/15/14 ERIE, Pa. Dr. Steven A. Curley has been named Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology and Associate Director for clinical affairs in the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Last summer, Dr. Curley informed Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation that he was considering a new leadership...
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CMA grad drafted by MLL

January 14, 2014

Johns Hopkins attackman Brandon Benn ’10 was selected by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the fifth round of the Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft on Jan. 10. Benn became the first Culver Military Academy player selected to play at the professional level. Preparing for his senior season at Hopkins, Benn was the 40th pick overall....
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