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25 Year olds Arrested for Drugs

July 18, 2014
25 Year olds Arrested for Drugs

07/21/14 On Friday, July 18, at approximately 1:00 a.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on U.S. 31 at the intersection of U.S. 6. During the stop, County Police Canine Arras walked around the vehicle and indicated the presence of narcotics. A search of the...
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Bailey Arrested for Neglect of a Child

July 18, 2014

07/21/14 On Wednesday, July 16th at 3:55 P.M. Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department responded to 709 North Center Street after a home visitor from Marshall Starke Development Center found a 2 year old unattended in the house. The child opened the door for the worker and no parent responded to loud...
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REMC Employees Support an All-of-the-above Approach

July 18, 2014
REMC Employees Support an All-of-the-above Approach

07/21/14 If you visit the REMC office today you may notice all the employees in lime green shirts. These shirts encourage members to join America’s Electric Cooperatives in urging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reconsider the regulations they want to put on our power plants. These regulations that could cost you hundreds, if...
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Ohio Couple Arrested for Theft

July 18, 2014
Ohio Couple Arrested for Theft

07/21/14 On Wednesday, July 16th at 10:26 P.M. Bourbon Police Officer Mathew Haskins assisted by Sergeant Rick Kanarr, Officer Matt Cottrill and Officer Michael Reece responded to a home located at 409 South Thompson Street in Bourbon in reference to a theft report of two firearms and some cash. During the course of the...
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Two Day Closure of U.S. 6, Near Bremen

July 18, 2014
Two Day Closure of U.S. 6, Near Bremen

07/21/14  The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of U.S. 6, between the east junction and west junction of State Road 106 near Bremen beginning Monday, July 21st through the end of the day on Tuesday, July 22nd. Crews will perform a chip seal and fog seal operation to preserve the road...
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New Law Allows Students to Attend State Fair Excused from School

July 18, 2014
New Law Allows Students to Attend State Fair Excused from School

07/21/14  Summer is in full swing and it’s almost time for one of our state’s largest celebrations, the Indiana State Fair. The State Fair runs August 1st through August 17th in Indianapolis, and offers a variety of events and festivities that are sure to entertain people of all ages. Indiana State Senator Randy Head...
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Potato Creek Seeking Plant Inventory Volunteers

July 18, 2014
Potato Creek Seeking Plant Inventory Volunteers

07/21/14  Potato Creek State Park is looking for volunteers to help develop a comprehensive plant inventory of the Park. Volunteers will be trained in plant identification and how to preserve a voucher specimen. Participants must attend two days of training that will be held on Saturday, August 23rd and Saturday, September 6th at the...
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Playground of Power 7/19/14

July 18, 2014


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Friday Schedule for Water Main Flushing

July 18, 2014
Friday Schedule for Water Main Flushing

Eric Keilman, Distribution System Foremen for the City Water Department is keeping us up to date on the unidirectional water main flushing the city is currently working on. Today, Friday, July 18th they are starting at South Center Street and heading south to South Walnut, on to South Plum to, Schuyler to, Lewis and...
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Isban Seeks Additional Funding for Boys & Girls Club from County Government

July 17, 2014
Isban Seeks Additional Funding for Boys & Girls Club from County Government

How much should the county government do for the Boys and Girls Club? Leonard Isban, founder of the club and Chairman of American Containers said, the $15,000 given by Marshall County, when divided over the 800 children, “isn’t very much per child.” During Monday’s County Council meeting Isban made a plea for additional funding...
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