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Ancilla expanding, offering Enrollment Days

June 2, 2015
Ancilla expanding, offering Enrollment Days

This summer Ancilla College is offering two Enrollment Days, designed to offer potential students a chance to come to campus for a lunch, tours, financial aid help and to take college placement tests if needed—all at no cost. Ancilla’s Enrollment Days begin at Noon June 19 or July 23 with lunch. If students have not taken an SAT...
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Tidbits from Triton Schools

June 2, 2015
Tidbits from Triton Schools

Triton High School celebrated another great year of school with their traditional “Trojan War” games. Students enjoyed special team recreational activities inside and outside at their school. Triton Elementary School Field day sponsored by 1st Source Bank and Ball Auction was an overwhelming success. A few raindrops would not stop our students and community...
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Commissioners Give Conditional Approval for Training Tower

June 2, 2015
Commissioners Give Conditional Approval for Training Tower

The possibility of a fire training tower for the Plymouth Fire Department is one step closer to a reality. Monday morning Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented a site proposal to the Marshall County Commissioners to locate the training facility on the jail property.  The site selected sits directly east of the employee parking...
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Chamber to Host 1st Summer Saturday Event, Art on the Street

June 2, 2015
Chamber to Host 1st Summer Saturday Event, Art on the Street

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with Heartland Artists Gallery and MoonTree Studios presents “Art on the Street” the first Plymouth Chamber Summer Saturdays event. Artists will have their works on display in historic downtown Plymouth from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Enjoy live entertainment, face painting, balloon artist and food! Kids and...
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Stolen License Plate

June 1, 2015
Fort Wayne Man Arrested for Stolen License Plate

About 12:45 Friday morning County Police conducted a traffic stop on U.S.30 the ended with a Fort Wayne man being arrested. The county officer pulled an eastbound black Nissan over when he found the vehicle had a stolen license plant on it.  The driver, 27 year old Mohammad Eid was also in possession of...
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Speeding South Bend Man Arrested for Possession

June 1, 2015
Speeding South Bend Man Arrested for Possession

A South Bend man was arrested last Thursday evening for speeding and possession. 20 year old Isaac A Fisch was traveling at 75 MPH in a 60 MPH zone in a 4 door Buick passenger car when Marshall County Police Officer Andrew Wozniak conducted a traffic stop. During the investigation it was discovered that...
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Farmer’s Market Blood Drive Successful

June 1, 2015
Farmer’s Market Blood Drive Successful

Mary Ankrapp Blood Donor Recruitment Specialist with the Medical Foundation said Mayor Senter’s blood drive at the Farmers Market was a success.  Ankrapp said, “We had a great turn out, especially considering it was a holiday weekend.” The results of the Blood Drive on Saturday, May 23rd included 22 successful units being donated and...
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Northbound U.S. 31 Closures Complete, Southbound U.S. 31 Closures Tomorrow

June 1, 2015
Northbound U.S. 31 Closures Complete, Southbound U.S. 31 Closures Tomorrow

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the end of U.S. 31 Northbound closures, between Kern Road and the U.S. 20 Bypass. Around 9:30 a.m. today crews began setting 100,000 pound bridge beams over U.S. 31 for the new Johnson Road bridge. A total of four bridge beams were set, each requiring a...
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Triton Recognizes Retiring Staff

June 1, 2015
Triton Recognizes Retiring Staff

Four staff members are retiring from Triton School Corporation after more than 75 years of service.    Mary Ann Broeker has been a Librarian with the school system for 26 years.  Pete Foster the band and choir teacher has served the students at Triton for 9 years and Jackie Alderfer has been a library...
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Piazza’s and The Wooden Peel Battle for Best Pizza in Marshall County

June 1, 2015
Piazza’s and The Wooden Peel Battle for Best Pizza in Marshall County

The second round of the Northern Indiana Pizza Wars came to a close Sunday night. Over 76,000 votes were cast through the first two rounds of the competition, blowing last year’s Burger Wars numbers out of the water.  Last year’s Burger Wars had a total of 60,000 votes after two months of voting!   The...
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