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Culver Academies’ instructor to address VMI cadets

February 27, 2015
Culver Academies’ instructor to address VMI cadets

  CULVER – Responding to an invitation from former student James Whippo ’11 (Lakeville, Ind.), Academies Humanities instructor Jacqueline Erwin, Ph.D., will be traveling to Virginia Military Institute on March 4 to speak about author Jane Austen. As the vice president of the school’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta (the English honor society), Whippo, a senior...
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Riverside Intermediate School has been Re-Designated as a School to Watch

February 27, 2015
Riverside Intermediate School has been Re-Designated as a School to Watch

The Indiana Middle Level Education Association (IMLEA), state office for Schools to Watch, and the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform, are proud to announce that Riverside Intermediate School, Plymouth, IN, has been Re-designated as an Indiana “School to Watch.” Riverside Intermediate is one of 10 other Indiana “Schools to Watch” who have...
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Sweepstakes scammers impersonating Indiana Attorney General’s Office

February 27, 2015
Sweepstakes scammers impersonating Indiana Attorney General’s Office

Criminals responsible for an international sweepstakes scam are now impersonating the Indiana Attorney General’s Office in attempt to convince victims that their scam is legitimate. The scammers are using a forged seal of the Attorney General’s Office for its letterhead, and have forged the Attorney General’s signature. The Mega Millions International Lottery scam claims...
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Knox man charged with child molestation, child pornography

February 27, 2015
Knox man charged with child molestation, child pornography

 A Knox man is facing child molestation, child solicitation and child pornography charges after a police search turned up thousands of explicit images of young boys. Knox police said Robert Wisilinski, 67, had the images stored on computers, multiple external hard drives, DVDs, and other storage devices. Investigators have uncovered 4,495 images to date,...
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No Injuries in Emergency Landing of Helicopter

February 27, 2015
No Injuries in Emergency Landing of Helicopter

Emergency crews from Plymouth responded to Gill Park behind the Boys and Girls Club just after 6 Thursday evening for an initial report of a helicopter crash.  Before crews even made it to the scene dispatchers notified them that the pilot, Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland had made a “hard” landing but everyone was...
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Knox Man Arrested Following 9-1-1 Call from Wife

February 27, 2015
Knox Man Arrested Following 9-1-1 Call from Wife

The Starke County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call from a female advising that her husband had a loaded weapon and was threatening harm to himself, her and Law Enforcement if they came to the residence Wednesday afternoon just before 2. Dispatchers were able to locate an address using GPS from the 911 call...
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“Stay Positive” Book Reading & Signing this Saturday

February 27, 2015
“Stay Positive” Book Reading & Signing this Saturday

In the fall of 2010, PHS Graduate Eric Day was diagnosed with a brain tumor.  A freshman at Indiana State College, Eric had come home for the weekend and became ill experiencing a sever headache.  When his parents returned home after the weekend they took him to his local doctor who ran a precautionary...
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TICKETS ON SALE FOR POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK BANQUET

February 27, 2015
TICKETS ON SALE FOR  POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK BANQUET

There is still time to purchase tickets to the annual Potawatomi Wildlife Park banquet and fundraiser on Saturday March 7th. The evening event begins with hors d’oeuvres and musical entertainment by Jeff Unterbrink. The evening’s festivities include a dinner, auction, and an update on what has been happening at the park during the past year,...
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Walorski Attends Fixing Veterans Health Care Summit

February 26, 2015
Walorski Attends Fixing Veterans Health Care Summit

WASHINGTON, DC – In an effort to discuss solutions and reforms in providing health care to our nation’s finest, Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) attended the “Fixing Veterans Health Care” summit today in downtown Washington DC. The event, sponsored by Concerned Veterans for America (CVA), was created to isolate existing challenges to veterans’ health care, identify systemic...
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PHS Student First Three-Time Poetry Out Loud State Champion

February 26, 2015
PHS Student First Three-Time Poetry Out Loud State Champion

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today that Emma Libersky claimed her third consecutive title as Poetry Out Loud state champion. A blanket of snow couldn’t stifle the spirit and enthusiasm of the Poetry Out Loud state finals Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library Central Branch. Contestants from around the...
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