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Master Trooper Lee Boone reaches 35 Year Milestone with ISP

July 14, 2015
Master Trooper Lee Boone reaches 35 Year Milestone with ISP

Indiana State Police Master Trooper Lee Boone has reached the career milestone of 35 years of service with the department.  Boone has spent his entire career working in northern Indiana for the state police first at the South Bend Post and then at the Bremen Post. Boone was appointed to the department in 1979. ...
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Book Sale at Argos Library

July 14, 2015
Book Sale at Argos Library

The Argos Public Library is having a used Book Sale during the 4-H Fair.  Book Sale hours are this Thursday, July 16, from 11:30-6; Friday, July 17, from 10-6 and Saturday, July 18, from 10-2:00.  The Book Sale will be held in the Margaret Neff meeting room of the Argos Library.  Books will be sold for $1.00 per bag.
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Crash sends Warsaw Police Officer to Hospital Kosciusko County

July 14, 2015
Crash sends Warsaw Police Officer to Hospital Kosciusko County

The Indiana State Police are investigating a crash from Monday night that sent a Warsaw police officer to the hospital. The accident happened at the intersection of East Center Street and Eastlake Drive in Warsaw shortly before 9:00 p.m. State police arrived on the scene to find a 2007 Cadillac that had collided with...
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Mary A. Hite – 66 – from Plymouth

July 14, 2015
Mary A. Hite – 66 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Culver Man Seriously Injured in Car Motorcycle Crash

July 14, 2015
Culver Man Seriously Injured in Car Motorcycle Crash

A Culver man was seriously injured in a two vehicle crash on State Road 10 and Linden Road Monday night at 9:38. 43 year old James M. Shay III was traveling west bound on State Road 10 on a 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle when a east bound 2006 Pontiac G6 driven by 67 year...
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Officer Hite New School Resource Officer for Plymouth Schools

July 14, 2015
Officer Hite New School Resource Officer for Plymouth Schools

The Plymouth Community School Corporation will have a new School Resource Officer when school starts on August 5th. During Monday night’s Board of Public and Safety Meeting Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon told member there were 5 officers interested in serving as the School Resource Officer to replace Ted Brown who accepted the Director...
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County Council Takes Steps for Falkner Fabricating Tax Abatement

July 14, 2015

Jerry Falkner from Falkner Fabricating in Bourbon appeared before the Marshall County Council Monday morning seeking a tax abatement. Jerry Chavez, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation said Falkner Fabricating from Bourbon wants to expand their manufacturing facility at US 30 and Elm Road.  The Marshall County EDC has assisted with...
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Update on Project Denied and Still in Running for Regional Development Plan

July 13, 2015
Update on Project Denied and Still in Running for Regional Development Plan

Regina Emberton, President of the Michiana Partnership of the Regional Cities of Northern Indiana Initiative updated committee members on projects that were not selected for inclusion in the Regional Development Plan   The Regional Cities of Northern Indiana steering committee has been working hard to review and prioritize all project that were submitted in...
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Tornado Watch issued by National Weather Service until 3:00am Tuesday

July 13, 2015
Tornado Watch issued by National Weather Service until 3:00am Tuesday

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for areas of Northern Indiana which includes Marshall County from 8:20 pm until 3:00 am Tuesday Morning. A Tornado Watch means that conditions are favorable for tornadoes to form. Primary threats include: A couple of tornadoes are possible. Scattered damaging winds and isolated significant gusts up...
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PHS Reopens Ahead of Schedule Due to Generator Installation Nearing Completion

July 13, 2015
PHS Reopens Ahead of Schedule Due to Generator Installation Nearing Completion

The generator installation project at Plymouth High School is estimated at 95% complete and due to the project running ahead of schedule the building has opened back up ahead of schedule! Dave Schoof, Director of Operations, said the athletic practice schedule could resume starting Tuesday, however he said summer school would remain at Lincoln...
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