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Hoosier EBT system will have a temporary outage this weekend – September 26th & 27th

September 24, 2015
Hoosier EBT system will have a temporary outage this weekend – September 26th & 27th

There will be a temporary outage of the Hoosier Works Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) system this weekend.  The outage will be this Saturday, September 26 beginning at 11:00 p.m.  The outage is to allow the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) moves its business to a new vendor. This outage affects all SNAP/TANF EBT cardholders....
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Heminger House has account with Kroger Community Rewards

September 24, 2015
Heminger House has account with Kroger Community Rewards

Diane Fisher, Executive Director of the Heminger House has found a way for the community to help the shelter and it won’t cost you a dime.  Heminger House has created an account with the Kroger Community Rewards program. Kroger customers who have a Plus Card need to register their Plus Card online and when...
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Tidbits from Triton

September 24, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Triton Jr. Sr. High School physical education teacher and coach, Ron Brown, works with his class in the new “Wellness” workout room at Triton.  All of the equipment was purchased through a grant from the K21 Foundation. Left- Chase Butler,  Middle Alysha May, Bench Haylee Copsey, Right Brenden Ray, Rebecca Leeka Left- Aaron Stichter,...
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St. Michael Catholic School Fall Festival Weekend

September 24, 2015
St. Michael Catholic School Fall Festival Weekend

With the change of seasons, Saint Michael School is preparing for their Fall Festival on September 25th through the 27th.  The weekend’s events include a Family Fun Fair on Friday, Dinner with entertainment and auctions on Saturday and an all-you-can-eat breakfast on Sunday to conclude their fundraising effort. Friday evening Family Fun Fair is...
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Culver Man nets Three Years Sentence for Reckless Homicide

September 24, 2015

A Marshall County Grand Jury in December of 2014 indicted Jon A. McFarland, 54, of Culver on a single count of Reckless Homicide, a Level 5 felony, for an automobile crash that occurred on October 12, 2014 at the intersection of U.S. 31 and State Road 10 near Argos.  Based upon his previous plea...
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Tribute to Serenity Thursday Night in Centennial Park

September 24, 2015
Tribute to Serenity Thursday Night in Centennial Park

Tonight, Thursday, September 24th,  at 8 there will be a gathering of folks who would like to have a balloon launch, candle lighting and prayer ceremony for little Serenity Wilson who died so tragically this past weekend. This is just an impromptu gathering of folks who love kids and want to do something in...
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Prosecutor Updates Charges on Weedling and Lavanway for Death of Serenity Wilson

September 23, 2015

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman opened a press conference Wednesday morning with a quote he has taped to a bookcase in his office.  That quote is,   “To the living we owe respect.   To the dead we owe the truth.”   Chipman called the conference to update the media on the cases against 23 year...
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Kindergarten Students Visit Community Helpers

September 23, 2015
Kindergarten Students Visit Community Helpers

Two classes from Washington Discovery Academy went on a Community Helper Walk Wednesday, September 23rd. Students went to the Plymouth Public Library, Plymouth Fire Station, Mayor’s Office, Plymouth Police Department, and Marshall County Neighborhood Center. One of the standards for kindergarten students is learning about community helpers. After their travels in downtown Plymouth they...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Theft of a Firearm

September 23, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested for Theft of a Firearm

On September 8, the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding the theft of a handgun from a residence in Plymouth. This handgun was listed in NCIC as a stolen gun. On September 11, the South Bend Police Department received reports regarding shots fired in South Bend and two subjects were arrested after pursuing...
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HOOSIERS URGED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES AFTER WEST NILE VIRUS CLAIMS 2 LIVES

September 23, 2015
HOOSIERS URGED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES AFTER WEST NILE VIRUS CLAIMS 2 LIVES

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are urging Hoosiers to protect themselves against mosquitoes amid an increase in the number of human cases of West Nile virus. Twelve people have been diagnosed with the virus so far this year, including two who died. West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in 69 Indiana counties so far...
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