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Concerns on Nuclear Power Plants

March 22, 2011
Concerns on Nuclear Power Plants

03/23/11 After watching the horrific scenes of fire shooting out of a nuclear power reactor plants in Japan and learning of possible radiation leaks all triggered by an earthquake and tsunami a week ago, Indiana legislators may be taking a second look at the bill introduced into the Senate on January 6 of this...
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County Police Investigate Missing Girl

March 22, 2011
County Police Investigate Missing Girl

03/23/11 Marshall County police are reporting that 21-year-old Kristan Kye Wright hasn’t been seen since she left her grandmother’s house around noon on Friday, March 11. Wright’s grandmother stated that she said she was going to work, but she never showed up at the Plymouth restaurant where she works as a waitress. No contact...
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Culver Academies (AAA), South Bend-Clay (AA), and North Miami (A) win 2011 Rotary Indiana Quizbowl State Championships

March 22, 2011
Culver Academies (AAA), South Bend-Clay (AA), and North Miami (A) win 2011 Rotary Indiana Quizbowl State Championships

03/23/11 The Culver Academies Team after winning the Rotary Class AAA State Championship over Harrison High School of West Lafayette. From left to right: Coach Phil Blessman, Franklyn Ndubui-Obi, Stephen Paolini, Andrew Van Duyn, John Van Duyn, Nancy Shi, Adam Stathakis.  Photo: Paul McLeod Culver Academies defeated Harrison High School of West Lafayette two...
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Bourbon P.D. at Full Force

March 22, 2011
Bourbon P.D. at Full Force

03/23/11 The Bourbon Police Department is now operating at full force following the hire of two full-time officers last week. The Town Council approved the hire of Rick Kanarr and Matthew Haskins, both of whom had been members of the reserve force. The department had been down two positions after the retirement of John...
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JACKIE WALORSKI ANNOUNCES BID FOR CONGRESS

March 22, 2011
JACKIE WALORSKI ANNOUNCES BID FOR CONGRESS

03/23/11 Tuesday, former State Representative Jackie Walorski announced her candidacy for the United States Congress. “I am running for the United States Congress because I believe we need to get our country back on track, said Walorski. “We need to get our economy moving again so businesses can create jobs; and I believe it’s...
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Triton School Board Meeting

March 21, 2011
Triton School Board Meeting

03/22/11 Students of the Triton Schools will be in classes until the last day of May in order to make up days to equal the 180 state mandated number. At the school board meeting on March 14, the board was given the official notice that in addition to the February 21 day that was...
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Agreement for Soccer Complex to be Hammered-Out

March 21, 2011
Agreement for Soccer Complex to be Hammered-Out

03/22/11  “Build it and they will come…” was the admonishment in the movie Field of Dreams and it appears another sport in the area has taken that to heart. Local soccer players may have a new place to hone their skills if the final questions can be worked out between Marshall County and the...
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Coroner has Eye Opening Report

March 21, 2011
Coroner has Eye Opening Report

03/22/11 One thing is certain – uncertain economic times seem to have made Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger a busy man. Cleavenger made his report to the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday and it gave evidence that his office was busy one in the past year. Quoting from statistics provided by the Indiana Coroner’s...
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Ancilla Women’s Basketball Players Earn Postseason Honors

March 21, 2011
Ancilla Women’s Basketball Players Earn Postseason Honors

03/22/11  Sophomore forward Shalana Murray (South Bend, IN/ Washington HS) headlined a list of Ancilla College women’s basketball players receiving postseason honors, the College announced on Wednesday. Murray was named to the All-Region team for NJCAA Region 12 and also collected MCCAA All-State and MCCAA All-Western Conference honors after averaging 10 points and nearly...
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Bourbon to Hire Two Police Officers

March 21, 2011
Bourbon to Hire Two Police Officers

03/22/11 The Bourbon Police Department could soon have two new full-time officers. Police Chief Bill Martin said the Town Council approved the hiring of two more personnel, bringing the department total to five officers. At this point, there are three candidates for the positions. Martin said, “We have already done background checks and those...
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