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Costello & Gee Seek Exemption of County Zoning Ordinance

March 22, 2016
Costello & Gee Seek Exemption of County Zoning Ordinance

LaPaz mobile home park owners Ralph Costello of Gatewood Estates and David Gee from Creekside Manor appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday asking for an exemption from the County Zoning Ordinance for the Improvement Location Permit fee. Costello recently received a letter from County Planning Director Ralph Booker and Building Inspector Chuck...
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Starke County Police Arrest 2, Narcan used on Unresponsive Female

March 21, 2016
Starke County Police Arrest 2, Narcan used on Unresponsive Female

On Thursday, March 17th, the Starke Sheriff’s Department received a call just before 2 in the afternoon from a person in the North Judson area saying that several subjects carried a female inside a residence on U Road East.  The female appeared to be unresponsive.  The caller also provided dispatch with a description of...
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Haeck Trial Set to Begin Tuesday

March 21, 2016
Haeck Trial Set to Begin Tuesday

The trial of former Marshall County Highway Superintendent, Neal Haeck, is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, March 22. A Grand Jury handed down an indictment in September, 2012. According to court records, Haeck has been charged with Theft D Felony. The charge stems from allegations that Haeck knowingly and intentionally exerted unauthorized control over...
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Two Arrested at Park Jefferson Apartments on Friday

March 21, 2016
Two Arrested at Park Jefferson Apartments on Friday

Friday afternoon officers from the Plymouth Police Department served a warrant at 1311 West Jefferson Street, the Park Jefferson Apartment number 106. The warrant was for 40 year old Joshuah Manns. While officers were conversing with Mr. Manns they detected the strong order of narcotics coming from the residence. With the assistance of Indiana...
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Landry of Bremen Arrested

March 21, 2016
Landry of Bremen Arrested

54 year old Todd Landry of Bremen was arrested Saturday evening by Bremen Police. Landry was stopped in the 200 block of West Sherman Street by Bremen Officer Trent Stouder.  It was determined he was Operating While Intoxicated with a prior charge and a BAC of .08 or more and Operating While Intoxicated on...
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South Bend Woman Arrested for Marijuana

March 21, 2016
South Bend Woman Arrested for Marijuana

Officer Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was northbound on US 31 Saturday evening about 7 when he observed a vehicle traveling southbound at 91 mph in a 65 mph zone. The vehicle was stopped and Officer McFarland detected an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. The vehicle was searched...
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Argos FFA District II Contest Results

March 21, 2016
Argos FFA District II Contest Results

On March 16th Argos Schools hosted the FFA District II Leadership contest.  This event was attended by approximately 260 FFA members representing 16 school districts as well as almost 100 event judges.  Argos FFA was well-represented and posted these outstanding achievements.   1st Hannah Harrell – Job Interview 1st Chloe Kulwicki – Ag Sales...
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Plymouth Hurricanes Cheer Group Earns bid to Nationals

March 21, 2016
Plymouth Hurricanes Cheer Group Earns bid to Nationals

The Plymouth Storm Hurricane cheerleading squad has earned a bid to the national competition in Myrtle Beach, SC in July. A part of the Champion Force Athletics association, Plymouth Storm competes in division 4 and “Had a great season this year so far,” according to their coach Ali Grove. This past Fall 2015 season...
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Tornado Warning Siren Test

March 21, 2016
Tornado Warning Siren Test

The National Weather Service will conduct a state wide test of communication systems on Tuesday.  The Tornado test warnings will be issued across Indiana at two different times.  The first warning will be between 10 and 10:30 in the morning while the second test will be between 7:30 and 7:45 in the evening. Area...
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Governor Directs Flags to Half-staff to Honor Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Carl Koontz

March 21, 2016
Governor Directs Flags to Half-staff to Honor Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Carl Koontz

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence Sunday directed that flags at state facilities statewide be flown at half-staff following the announcement that Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Carl Koontz was killed in the line of duty. Flags should be flown at half-staff beginning immediately until sunset on the day of Deputy Koontz’ funeral. Governor Pence asks businesses...
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