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Miller’s to Host Tribute to Jeannette MacDonald

June 9, 2010

06/09/10 Diane Devereaux of Chicago will perform at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Wednesday, June 16 at 2:30 p.m.  Devereaux will present her “Tribute To Jeanette MacDonald”.  Songs made famous by MacDonald and performed by Devereaux will include “Indian Love Call”, “Ah, Sweet mystery of Life”, “Will You Remember”, and “Italian Street Song”.  The...
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Commissioners Pass Wind Energy Amendment on First Reading

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 The Marshall County Commissioners had a lively discussion on the amendment to the Wind Energy Zoning Ordinance during their meeting Monday morning. County Plan Director Ralph Booker reviewed the amendments to the current ordinance and explained that at their last meeting the Commissioners asked for changes in three categories; private airports, the measurement...
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING A SPAGHETTI DINNER

June 8, 2010
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06/8/10 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat spaghetti dinner on Friday, June 18th. .   Dinner includes spaghetti with a red meat or meatless sauce, salad, breadsticks and dessert with your choice of beverage. The Knights will also be serving the white sauce which was so...
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Cast Selected for Missoula and Location for Production Changed

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 Parts for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s production of “Treasure Island” were cast Monday morning at Menominee Elementary School by Tour Actor/Directors Dan Davidson, Cincinnati, OH, and Katie Murk, Missoula, MT.  Jim Hawkins:  Phillip McFarland Pirates:  Cap’n Patches, Emily Merritt; Davey the Letterman, Calvin Petrucelli; Sing Sing Sam, Grant Ringenberg; Goldie the Hun, Sophia Smith;...
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City Officers Make Friday Arrests

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 About 12:30 Friday afternoon Officer Derek Workman served a warrant on 22 year old Alex Quintana while he was at work on Western Avenue.  The warrant was for fines and cost for failure to appear.  The cash bond was only $39. His bond was posted at 1:30 Friday afternoon and he was released....
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN LAWN MOWERS CAN BE DANGEROUS FOR CHILDREN

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 Mowing the lawn around children at play could present a danger and the potential for serious injury, especially when working with a power lawn mower.  State health officials warn that children can be severely injured from contact with the high-speed rotating blades of a lawn mower. “When children are present, mowing the lawn...
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Bremen Man Arrested after Leaving Scene of Accident

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 This past Saturday at approximately 8 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 9-1-1 call in reference to an automobile accident in the area of 3B and Beech Roads.  Bremen Police, Tri-County EMS and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene.  They found a Chevy pickup truck that had gone...
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Ronald Mc Donald to Kick Off Summer Reading Program at Library

June 8, 2010
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06/08/10 The Summer Reading program is underway and children are encouraged to sign up and “Make a Splash at Your Library” this summer.  Children from pre-school up through 12th grade are eligible to participate in the two programs.  Children sign up, read books and record their progress through the library. In the lower levels...
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Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita demonstrates how Vote Centers could have saved 3rd Congressional District counties over $300,000 in special election

June 7, 2010
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06/08/10  Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today the results of an examination of potential cost savings associated with using Vote Centers to conduct a special election in Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District compared to using traditional precinct-based polling places. Using data from the study Vote Centers and Elections Costs: A study on the...
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Severe Weather Prompts Reminder to Purchase All-Hazard-Radios

June 7, 2010
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06/08/10 With recent severe weather that swept across several states, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is encouraging the purchase of all hazard radios. “All hazard radios can save lives,” said IDHS Executive Director Joe Wainscott. “They are a crucial tool for every individual and family, and are a reliable avenue for receiving timely...
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