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Illegal Sale of Synthetic Marijuana at Marathon Gas Station

May 23, 2012
Illegal Sale of Synthetic Marijuana at Marathon Gas Station

   05/24/12 Earlier this month officers from the Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team with assistance from Marshall County Police, Indiana State Police and State Excise Police executed a search warrant a the Marathon Gas Station located near US 30 and Queen Road. During the search multiple packages of synthetic marijuana were located and seized.  The...
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3 Arrested on Cook Lake Trail for Meth

May 23, 2012
3 Arrested on Cook Lake Trail for Meth

     05/24/12 Monday evening members of the Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team (UNIT) of Marshall County executed a search warrant at 15572 Cook Lake Trail after a four month investigation. During the execution of the warrant officers located multiple items associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine were located. Three suspects were arrested, 31 year old...
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Youth Leadership Marshall County 2011-2012 Graduating Class

May 23, 2012
Youth Leadership Marshall County 2011-2012 Graduating Class

   05/24/12  There were 16youth who recently graduated from the 2011-2012 Youth Leadership Marshall County class. The youth experienced several different sessions to help them build their leadership skills and learn about their communities. Some of the sessions taught them about working with other personalities, their local and county governments, entrepreneurship, and community service....
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John Glenn FFA earns top honors in FFA Chapter Challenge

May 23, 2012
John Glenn FFA earns top honors in FFA Chapter Challenge

05/24/12 Members of John Glenn High School FFA recently made good use of the leadership skills their organization is known for by making connections with area farmers, which in turn helped them place third in Indiana with 165 votes for the second annual FFA Chapter Challenge. FFA members in 12 states took this opportunity...
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Ancilla College Board approves three new programs

May 23, 2012
Ancilla College Board approves three new programs

   05/24/12 The Ancilla College Board of Trustees held its Spring meeting on Monday where new Associate’s Degree programs in logistics, environmental technology, and exercise science were approved. Ancilla College offers two-year, associate’s degrees that allow graduates to enter the workforce or to transfer to senior institutions to obtain a bachelor’s degree. “With the...
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Gospel Concert at Miller’s‏

May 23, 2012
Gospel Concert at Miller’s‏

   05/24/12 Britt Myers and Roger Rettinger of Bourbon entertained at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth on Tuesday afternoon, May 22.  Myers is a semi-retired minister.  He has preached in four states and also sang with the gospel quartet, The Jubilaires. Rettinger is well-known in the area for his artistic piano playing. The...
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Police Find $1.139 Million Worth of Marijuana in Culver Home

May 22, 2012
Police Find $1.139 Million Worth of Marijuana in Culver Home

    05/23/12 Fulton County police say a 3-month-long investigation culminated in a drug bust Monday morning that netted so many marijuana plants their estimated street value is $1.139 million. This happened just after 8 a.m. in the 7400 block of N. State Road 17 in Culver. Officers with a search warrant found 1,139 marijuana...
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Deputy Laffoon Nabs 2 for Marijuana

May 22, 2012
Deputy Laffoon Nabs 2 for Marijuana

    05/23/12  A traffic stop Thursday evening by County Police Officer Nick Laffoon resulted in the arrest of a Warsaw man being arrested for OWI, Possession of Marijuana and Driving While Suspended. At 7:41 Officer Laffoon stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on US 30 eastbound near Redwood Road.   While speaking with the...
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OWI Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers

May 22, 2012
OWI Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers

    05/23/12 Plymouth Police arrested several people over the weekend for Operating While Intoxicated. Friday evening at 7:23 Officer Nick Young was following a vehicle and conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Adams and Beerenbrook Streets.  The driver, 26 year old Ashley Leighton of West Madison Street was arrested for OWI and...
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Local Citizens Speaks his Opinion of Lowering Flags to Half Mast

May 22, 2012
Local Citizens Speaks his Opinion of Lowering Flags to Half Mast

    05/23/12 During the Commissioner’s meeting Monday Al McVey offered his opinion of their lowering of the American Flag to half mast.  McVey explained that he teaches classes of flag etiquette, standards, and regulations to the Boy Scouts. About three weeks ago the Commissioners lowered the flags at the Court House and County Building...
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