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Updated: Walorski to Speak at M.C. Farm Bureau

August 7, 2014

The Marshall County Farm Bureau office in Plymouth will host a luncheon with Congresswoman Jackie Walorski on Tuesday, August 19th. All farmers and business men and women are welcome to attend with and RSVP by Friday, August 15th. Lunch will be provided. The EPA is proposing rules for Waters of the United States. Farm...
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Traffic Stops Lead to Arrests by City Police

August 7, 2014
Traffic Stops Lead to Arrests by City Police

A South Bend man was arrested Wednesday evening for driving without ever receiving a license. At 9:25 Officer Paul Stamper pulled over 36 year old Jason Thomas for running a red light. During the traffic stop it was found that Thomas had never received a driver’s license. He was booked into the Marshall County...
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Firefighters ready for Riley Gear Run

August 7, 2014
Firefighters ready for Riley Gear Run

PLYMOUTH – For many runners the Blueberry Stomp is an annual tradition and beginning three years ago that run has spawned another tradition. Three years ago Plymouth Fireman John Pasley decided he would take his annual run in the Stomp to another level – donning his full fire gear to make the run and...
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Arrests at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

August 7, 2014
Arrests at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

Wednesday evening Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart responded to Wal-Mart Wednesday evening about 8:15 for a male subject caught stealing items from the store by their Asset Protection personnel. 18 year old Jordan Gaines of 8A Road was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a charge of theft. His bond was...
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“Lights On” to Honor New Carlisle Asst. Chief Killed in Fire

August 7, 2014
“Lights On” to Honor New Carlisle Asst. Chief Killed in Fire

Shine a light for Assistant Chief Jamie Middlebrock….anywhere, everywhere at sunset on Friday. New Carlisle Fire Department Assistant Chief Jamie Middlebrook was killed during a collapse at a large industrial fire at K-Fex Inc, just west of the Saint Joseph-LaPorte County Line. Friends have established a “Lights On” event to honor his memory and...
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Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary

August 7, 2014
Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary

Triton School Corporation will host a free ice cream social this Saturday, August 9th at 8:00 P.M. in front of Triton Elementary School. This ice cream social will be followed by the Summerfest fireworks on the school grounds.
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Square-dancing tractors: That’s a thing at the Indiana State Fair

August 7, 2014
Square-dancing tractors: That’s a thing at the Indiana State Fair

Four men dressed in drag, eight International Harvester Farmall tractors, blaring banjo do-si-do music, and a Grandstand full of people both perplexed and amazed. Lily Pearl’s Square Dancing Tractors of Rochester performed Wednesday, showing off fancy driving and crazy antics on the Indiana State Fair’s dirt track. The show incorporated traditional square dancing with...
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Marshall County Men Charged with Rape

August 6, 2014
Marshall County Men Charged with Rape

Two Marshall County men were arrested Saturday afternoon and lodged in the Marshall County Jail with a charge of rape. The charges stem from an incident on July 9th of this year. About 3:45 in the afternoon the victim reported to Bourbon Police that she had been raped early that morning outside the home...
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Downtown Revitilization Looks for News Ideas

August 6, 2014
Downtown Revitilization Looks for News Ideas

Members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee met Wednesday evening. Mayor Mark Senter asked members for, “new downtown ideas.” Member Brent Martin sent out 16 to 18 ideas to board members but only Mark Gidley responded to any of them. Martin proposed a private development residential project on Water Street along with the sketch of...
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Argos Town Republican Convention

August 6, 2014

Marshall County Republican Chairman, David Holmes has announced a convention for the Town of Argos. The convention has been called to fill vacancies on the General Election Ballot for the Argos Town Council. The convention will be held at the Argos High School, 500 Yearick Street on Thursday, August 14th. Doors will open at...
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