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Lakehouse Grille in Final Four for Burger Wars

June 25, 2014
Lakehouse Grille in Final Four for Burger Wars

Round 1 votes are in, and Marshall County’s one and only Lakehouse Grille of Culver moved ahead in Northern Indiana Burger Wars by beating out Shoreline Brewery in Michigan City by 48 votes. Over the last ten days the votes have been pouring in to decide who moves on from the first round of...
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Potato Creek Begins Adopt-A-Trail Program

June 25, 2014
Potato Creek Begins Adopt-A-Trail Program

Do you love being outside walking, biking or horseback riding? If so, Potato Creek State Park is looking for volunteers to help maintain their various trails while enjoying the scenic natural beauty of Potato Creek. Volunteers will agree to adopt a section of trail for six months and check it once a month in...
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River Park Square Ribbon Cutting

June 25, 2014

Last Saturday, Mayor Mark Senter hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House affair for River Park Square. The former home of the G & G Grocery and Harvey Mart and 8 homes in the floodplain, “a blighted area” according to Mayor Mark Senter, the flood prone area is now “a beautiful park for...
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Senator Donnelly Visits at Miller’s Assisted Living

June 25, 2014
Senator Donnelly Visits at Miller’s Assisted Living

U. S. Senator Joe Donnelly took part in the River Park Square dedication on Saturday, June 21st. After finishing his responsibilities at the park he took time to visit his friends at Miller’s Assisted Living. He found many of them enjoying a cup of coffee in the Oak Hill Café. Senator Donnelly greeted each...
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Indiana Marriage Ban Struck Down by Federal Judge

June 25, 2014
Indiana Marriage Ban Struck Down by Federal Judge

WASHINGTON – Today U.S. District Court Judge Richard L. Young ruled against Indiana’s statute banning marriage equality, making the Hoosier State the latest to see such a ban struck down in court since the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its historic marriage rulings last June. In Baskin v. Bogan, Lambda Legal and local private...
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Open Wheel Racing at Plymouth Speedway Tonight

June 25, 2014
Open Wheel Racing at Plymouth Speedway Tonight

They only come once a year and tonight, June 25 is the night. Athens Archery and OmniSource proudly bring you the best Non-Wing Sprint drivers in the world who will race 410 Sprints at Plymouth Speedway for Open Wheel Wednesday. Bryan Clausen from Tony Stewart Racing, Shane Cottle, Chris Windom, Dave Darland, Jerry Coons,...
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Officer Hollopeter Investgates 2 Single-Vehicle Crashes

June 25, 2014
Officer Hollopeter Investgates 2 Single-Vehicle Crashes

Marshall County Police Officers investigate a couple of accidents this weekend. On Friday evening just after 10 Officer Ryan Hollopeter was dispatched to US 6 and Sage Road for a single vehicle crash. 32 year old Aimee Swanson of Walkerton told Officer Hollopeter she was traveling west on US 6 near the intersection with...
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Republican Chair Works to Fill November Ballot

June 24, 2014
Republican Chair Works to Fill November Ballot

David Holmes, Chairman of the Marshall County Republic Party announces the opportunity to fill the November ballot for the North Township Board. A caucus will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 30th at the Marshall County Republican Headquarters, 117 Water Street in Plymouth. The party would like to fill the three vacancies...
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City Awarded $329 K for Safe Routes to School Project on Baker Street

June 24, 2014

City Engineer Rick Gaul told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety that he was notified by phone from INDOT that the city has been awarded a Safe Routes to School Grant. The grant is in the amount of $329,962 which is 80% of the project and the city’s share will be...
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EMA Director Updates Commissioners on Grants

June 24, 2014
EMA Director Updates Commissioners on Grants

Clyde Avery, Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director gave the County Commissioners an update on the various grants applied for and received. The equipment from the 2013 State Homeland Security Program Grant has been purchased. Avery was able to obtain 11 portable amateur radios and computer equipment to provide a computer aided dispatch system...
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