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Carl R. McMillen – 88 – of Plymouth

March 23, 2016
Carl R. McMillen – 88 – of Plymouth

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Jury Deliberates for One Hour, Finds Haeck Guilty

March 23, 2016
Jury Deliberates for One Hour, Finds Haeck Guilty

It took jurors in the Neal Haeck trial about an hour to arrive a guilty verdict. Haeck, former superintendent of the Marshall County Highway Garage, was indicted by a Grand Jury in September, 2012 and then prosecutors charged him with one count of Theft (D felony). The charge stemmed from some $12,351.41 that couldn’t...
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Harrison Arrested for Driving While Suspended

March 23, 2016
Harrison Arrested for Driving While Suspended

29 year old Jonathan C. Harrison of Plymouth was arrested on Tuesday about 10:30 in the evening by Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller. Harrison was driving on Lincolnway East at Leslie Street when he was stopped.  After a brief investigation Harrison was arrested for Driving While Suspended with a Prior Charge.     Listeners and...
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Jernstrom Arrested for Marijuana, Meth & Controlled Substance

March 23, 2016
Jernstrom Arrested for Marijuana, Meth & Controlled Substance

Tuesday afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop at 1102 West Jefferson Street on a subject he had a search warrant for. Officer Workman observed 30 year old Derek Jernstrom of Plymouth and knew there was an active search warrant for the property at the northwest corner of West Adams and...
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Small Fire Closes Hacienda for Lunch on Wednesday

March 23, 2016
Small Fire Closes Hacienda for Lunch on Wednesday

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to Hacienda at 2862 Miller Drive Wednesday morning for a reported structure fire. As Fire Chief Rod Miller arrived on the scene he saw smoke coming from the front door area of the restaurant.  Employees were still in the building trying to handle the situation and told the chief...
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Governor Pence Signs Road Funding, Regional Cities Bills Into Law

March 23, 2016
Governor Pence Signs Road Funding, Regional Cities Bills Into Law

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence Wednesday signed into law House Enrolled Act 1001 and Senate Enrolled Act 67, which will provide more than $1.2 billion in new funding for road and bridge preservation and funding for the third Regional Cities award. “I’m pleased to sign these bills that commit more than $1 billion in state and local...
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POKAGON BAND OF POTAWATOMI INDIANS AND THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND ANNOUNCE TWO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS

March 23, 2016
POKAGON BAND OF POTAWATOMI INDIANS AND THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND ANNOUNCE TWO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – March 23, 2016 – The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and the City of South Bend are pleased to announce that they have reached two separate intergovernmental agreements related to restoration of the Pokagon Band’s homeland and proposed development of its 166-acre site in South Bend that will be home...
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Boyd Arrested, Driving as Habitual Traffic Offender

March 23, 2016
Boyd Arrested, Driving as Habitual Traffic Offender

On Tuesday morning Marshall County Police Officer Les McFarland was working Operation Pull Over on US 30 and observed a vehicle exceeding the posted speed limit near Gumwood Road. During the traffic stop it was found that the driver, 42 year old Sean Paul Boyd of Chesterton was a Habitual Traffic Offender.  He was...
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IDHS Reminds Hoosiers to Be “Ready: Whenever. Wherever.”

March 23, 2016
IDHS Reminds Hoosiers to Be “Ready: Whenever. Wherever.”

INDIANAPOLIS – In the wake of recent acts of violence in several countries, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) reminds Hoosiers to be “Ready: Whenever. Wherever.” Violent acts and dangerous events can occur anywhere, anytime — often with little to no warning. The “Ready: Whenever. Wherever.” webpage on GetPrepared.in.gov has been updated with new resources,...
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Jump Ahead Program Launches at Ancilla

March 23, 2016
Jump Ahead Program Launches at Ancilla

DONALDSON – Ancilla is unveiling a new online program that will help high school juniors and seniors Jump Ahead and save money and time earning their college degree. All from the comfort of their own home. Ancilla’s Jump Ahead program is just $125 per credit hour, and still offers the personal attention and expert...
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