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Go Back Governor Pence Proposal Adds $1 Billion in Road Funding Over Four Years

October 13, 2015
Go Back Governor Pence Proposal Adds $1 Billion in Road Funding Over Four Years

Governor Mike Pence Tuesday unveiled his 21st Century Crossroads proposal, a plan that will make $1 billion in new road funding available over the next four years without raising taxes. 21st Century Crossroads would put the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) on a path to resurface 16,000 miles of state highways and repair more than 5,200...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Attempted Theft from ATM

October 13, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested for Attempted Theft from ATM

An 18 year old Plymouth man is behind bars for attempting to steal from and ATM machine. Nicholas CE Vice of room 218 at the Red Rock Inn on North Michigan Street was located at the Key Bank ATM at 2701 North Michigan Street Friday night just before midnight.  He was arrested for an...
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Absentee Voting Underway in Clerk’s Office

October 13, 2015
Absentee Voting Underway in Clerk’s Office

Absentee voting is underway in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office. During Tuesday’s Election Board meeting County Clerk, Deb VanDeMark told members they had 12 walk in voters on the first day and as of Tuesday morning a total of 34 have voted absentee and 6 mail-in votes have been received. Absentee voting for the...
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Kenosha, WI Woman Arrested on Drug Charges

October 13, 2015
Kenosha, WI Woman Arrested on Drug Charges

A traffic stop Friday night by county police led to the arrest of a Wisconsin woman. County police stopped a vehicle on US 31 south of 11th Road Friday night about 11:15.  43 year old Mary E. Williams of Kenosha Wisconsin was found to be operating a vehicle without every receiving a driver’s license. ...
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County Council Approves Changes for Job Descriptions and Pay

October 13, 2015
County Council Approves Changes for Job Descriptions and Pay

During their meeting Monday the Marshall County Council took the recommendations of the Personnel Committee, make changes to job descriptions and pay in a couple offices. Marshall County Recorder Marlene Mahler updated the job description of her first deputy by listing all the duties she does and then compared them to the first deputies...
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Coroner Rules Hostetler’s Death a Suicide

October 13, 2015
Coroner Rules Hostetler’s Death a Suicide

Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger ruled Tuesday that Jeremy Lynn Hostetler of LaPaz committed suicide the morning of September 20th when he was struck and killed instantly by a westbound CSX freight train near the overpass on old US 31 in LaPaz. Cleavenger met late last week with CSX railroad police who provided an...
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Update: Subject has been Identified! Plymouth Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Couple

October 13, 2015
Update:  Subject has been Identified!  Plymouth Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Couple

The Plymouth Police Department is asking for the help of the community in identifying a male subject wanted for questioning for recent thefts in the area. Wal-Mart security photos show the male subject. He also has an unknown female that has traveled with him that police are interested in. The vehicle he is using...
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Triton Kindergarten Visits Ancilla

October 13, 2015
Triton Kindergarten Visits Ancilla

Nearly 70 Triton School Corporation kindergartners visited the Ancilla College campus Monday, October 12th, as part of the PromiseIndiana program to promote 529 college savings plans. The visit included a look at the Ancilla College chapel with campus ministries staff, a chat with the athletics department about its 19 athletic programs, a meeting with real nursing students in the nursing lab,...
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“Great Central U.S. Shakeout Drill October 15, 2015”

October 13, 2015
“Great Central U.S. Shakeout Drill October 15, 2015”

Most people don’t associate earthquakes with Indiana.  However, the Hoosier state has trembled in the wake of earth waves generated by powerful earthquakes.  The most recent event near our area occurred May 2, 2015 in Galesburg, Michigan, which is approximately 55 miles from the Indiana Border.  The 4.0 magnitude quake was felt by residents...
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Olympic World Champions Join Forces this Week in Warsaw, Indiana for Largest Skating Training Camp of the Year

October 13, 2015
Olympic World Champions Join Forces this Week in Warsaw, Indiana for Largest Skating Training Camp of the Year

Up to 150 skaters and coaches from around the U.S and Canada are about to get serious at Eastlake Skate Center in Warsaw this weekend with the best trainers this country, and the world, have to offer. Hosted exclusively by rink owner, Trace Hansen of Eastlake Skating Center, Hansen is a firm believer that,...
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