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Plymouth Speedway to Host World Series of Dirt this Saturday

September 9, 2015
Plymouth Speedway to Host World Series of Dirt this Saturday

If you haven’t been to a race at the Playground of Power yet this season, this Saturday may be a good chance to get hooked on dirt track racing.  It’s the World Series of Dirt on Saturday, Sept. 12 and its set to feature five classes of racing while benefiting a fellow driver’s recovery....
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Bremen Police Report for 8/28 – 9/3/2015

September 9, 2015
Bremen Police Report for 8/28 – 9/3/2015

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel release the department’s Activity Report for August 28th through September 3rd.    Bremen officers issued a total of 79 traffic warnings and 23 traffic citations. Bremen officers responded to eight property damage crashes during the reporting period.  On August 28th there was a accident in the parking lot at Bremen...
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Plymouth Man Arrested by Bourbon Police

September 9, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested by Bourbon Police

Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger arrested a Plymouth man Friday night for Driving While Suspended with a prior charge. Officer Geiger stopped a red Chevrolet Monte Carlo for speeding on Lincoln Highway in the area of Fir Road about 10:20 Friday night.   The driver, 30 year old Kenny L. Hylton of North Michigan Street...
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Watson from South Bend Arrested by County Officer

September 9, 2015
Watson from South Bend Arrested by County Officer

A South Bend man was arrested Friday, September 4th by County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant. Officer Bryant was patrolling on US 30 and observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed west bound near Plymouth Goshen Trail.  The vehicle was stopped east of Oak Drive where the driver, 19 year old Trae...
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IN State Agencies Partner for Road Safety Message ahead of Harvest Season

September 9, 2015
IN State Agencies Partner for Road Safety Message ahead of Harvest Season

INDIANAPOLIS – With harvest season starting this week, motorists should expect to see slow-moving farm equipment from Indiana’s 58,000+ farms on Hoosier roadways. Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann and the  Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA), Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), and Indiana State Police (ISP) are teaming up...
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Indiana Supreme Court Releases Annual Report

September 9, 2015
Indiana Supreme Court Releases Annual Report

The Indiana Supreme Court annual report (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015) is now available online and at the Law Library in the State House. The 58-page report provides information about the work of the Court and its affiliated agencies. In addition to providing statistics on the nearly 1000 cases considered by the...
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DANIEL A. RENSBERGER – 64 – from Lakeville

September 9, 2015
DANIEL A. RENSBERGER – 64 – from Lakeville

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Marshall County Begins Transition to Community Corrections Program

September 9, 2015
Marshall County Begins Transition to Community Corrections Program

Tuesday morning Ward Byers from Court Service and Dean Colvin from Marshall Superior Court II appeared before the County Commissioners to discuss transitioning to Community Corrections. Recent changes in sentencing guidelines will now have all level 6 felons staying in the county jail instead of being house by the Indiana Department of Corrections.  That...
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Walorski Authors Legislation to Stabilize Gas Prices

September 8, 2015
Walorski Authors Legislation to Stabilize Gas Prices

WASHINGTON D.C. – In response to last month’s BP refinery in northern Indiana unexpectedly shutting down and raising gas prices by as much one dollar in the region, Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) today introduced legislation to expand the EPA’s waiver authority to allow retailers to buy and sell any fuel blends on the market...
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Prices Donate Price’s Pond to Plymouth Park Department

September 8, 2015
Prices Donate Price’s Pond to Plymouth Park Department

A special presentation was made Tuesday night during the Plymouth Park Board meeting. Bob and Don Price, the nephews of Ray Price who founded Price’s Nursery and eventually Prices Pond came before the Park Board to make the donation of Prices Memorial Park to the Plymouth Park Department. Bob Price said gave a brief...
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