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“We the People” celebrated at Ancilla College

September 19, 2016

Celebrating the day that the government of the United States became official, Constitution Day is now a national holiday. In lieu of receiving a day off, however, schools and government offices are required to conduct educational programs concerning the Constitution that was signed on September 17th, 1787. Because the official date falls on a...
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It’s harvest time: All drivers should watch out for slow-moving farm equipment

September 19, 2016
It’s harvest time: All drivers should watch out for slow-moving farm equipment

With harvest season officially underway, motorists should expect to see more slow-moving farm equipment from Indiana’s 57,700 farming operations on Hoosier roadways. Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA), Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), Indiana State Police (ISP), Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), as well as the Bureau...
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The Toll of Child Trafficking

September 19, 2016
The Toll of Child Trafficking

ROCHESTER, IN – Human trafficking is the fastest-growing and second-largest criminal enterprise in the world, generating an estimated $150 billion annually. The toll it takes on its victims lasts a lifetime, especially when those victims are young children. In an effort to help educators, parents, youth ministers and others who work with children better...
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LaVerne C. (Mrs. Herbert) Keck – 88 – of Walkerton

September 19, 2016
LaVerne C. (Mrs. Herbert) Keck – 88 – of Walkerton

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Drainage Board Meeting Monday

September 18, 2016
Drainage Board Meeting Monday

Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board meet at 8:30 this morning in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes a public hearing on the reconstruction of the Frank Woods Tile. Oasis is seeking a variance to allow a storm water detention pond within 75 feet of...
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Bremen Chamber Annual Dinner September 29th

September 18, 2016
Bremen Chamber Annual Dinner September 29th

The Bremen Chamber of Commerce will be presenting the “Lifetime Achievement Awards” at their annual dinner, which will be held Thursday, September 29th.  The 2016 Bremen Chamber members selected this year’s recipients.  This award is to recognize a person or persons that have devoted a large part of their life to Bremen and Bremen...
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Funeral Services for PHS Student Announces

September 18, 2016
Funeral Services for PHS Student Announces

Ted Rylan Thomas Clark, 16 years old, passed away on Friday, September 16, 2016.  Rylan was born on May 8, 2000 in South Bend.  He was currently in the 10th grade at Plymouth High School.  Rylan was very active with the Boy Scouts, Troop 257 in Plymouth and loved working at the Boy Scout...
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County Police Investigating Death of PHS Teen

September 18, 2016
County Police Investigating Death of PHS Teen

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Friday evening about 11:30 the death of 16 year old Rylan Clark of Plymouth. Clark was reported missing durning the evening of September 15.  Police units along with assistance from the Plymouth Fire department searched for Rylan for several hours on Thursday with no luck. Rylan was found...
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Ponderosa Benefit Night for PHS JAG

September 18, 2016
Ponderosa Benefit Night for PHS JAG

Plymouth High School’s Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program will host a fundraiser on Monday, September 19th, at the Ponderosa restaurant in Plymouth! Ponderosa will donate 10% of the purchases of your meal on Monday, September 19th to PHS JAG! You must have a printed coupon/ticket in order for the money to go to the...
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Safety tips for Indiana Deer Hunters

September 18, 2016
Safety tips for Indiana Deer Hunters

Indiana Conservation Officers are offering safety tips to keep Hoosier deer hunters safe during the 2016 season which began this morning in urban zones.  October 1 is the official beginning of archery deer season.   Over 300,000 people will participate in deer hunting activities in the state beginning today extending through January 3, 2017.  On average, 33...
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