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AG Warns Hoosiers to Watch for Added-On Costs when Purchasing Vehicles from Dealers

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October 15, 2019
AG Warns Hoosiers to Watch for Added-On Costs when Purchasing Vehicles from Dealers

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to watch out for costs added by dealerships to the price of vehicles at the time of purchase. Fees added by dealers can increase final purchase prices by thousands of dollars, and in some cases they may violate state law. “As with any transaction, people buying vehicles...
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Board of Works & Safety Opens Quotes for Demolition Project

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October 14, 2019
Board of Works & Safety Opens Quotes for Demolition Project

Two quotes were received for the demolition of the former Clark Station at 400 East Jefferson Street during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. City attorney Sean Surrisi opened quotes from Langfeldt Excavating of Plymouth and Jackson Demolition Services of Rochester.  Jackson Demolition offered a quote of $14,900 for the project of...
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Bourbon’s Old Gymnasium Topic of Discussion at Triton School Board Meeting

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October 14, 2019
Bourbon’s Old Gymnasium Topic of Discussion at Triton School Board Meeting

Triton School’s Superintendent, Jeremy Riffle, shared an overview of activities that had taken place over the last month. His presentation was part of the school board meeting on October 14. Riffle said, “We work as a team. Each member provides essential leadership in support of our common goals.” He went on to thank Mason...
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County Council Unanimously Passes 2020 Budget

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October 14, 2019
County Council Unanimously Passes 2020 Budget

Monday morning the Marshall County Council approved the 2020 Budget.  The General Fund is $13,303,289 while the Special Funds total $13,833,940 for a grand total of $27,136,229. Council member Penny Lukenbill asked Auditor Julie Fox if the estimated revenues for the general fund were as anticipated.  Initially the council used $13,223,738 when preparing the...
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M.C. Veterans Service Officer Notifies of Change in Health Information Sharing

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October 14, 2019
M.C. Veterans Service Officer Notifies of Change in Health Information Sharing

Marshall County Veterans Service Officer, Pam Schweizer-Betz wants to make sure local veterans are aware of the change coming January 1st for VA health information sharing practices. In September the VA mailed the bi-annual Notice of Privacy Practices to every enrolled Veteran. This notice included a reference to changes to VA health information sharing...
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$10,000 Cash Bond for Knox Man Arrested for Meth

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October 14, 2019
$10,000 Cash Bond for Knox Man Arrested for Meth

A traffic stop on Friday evening, October 11th resulted in a Knox man being arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine.  Just before 10 PM, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a maroon 1998 Chevrolet pickup truck in the area of Michigan and 4A Roads on the north side...
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Rep. Jack Jordan: Apply Now for Paid Internship at the Statehouse

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October 14, 2019
Rep. Jack Jordan:  Apply Now for Paid Internship at the Statehouse

College students and recent graduates of all majors who want to gain valuable experience by interning with the Indiana House of Representatives during the 2020 legislative session need to submit their applications before the October 31 deadline. House Republican interns receive $750 biweekly compensation, with opportunities to earn academic credit through their school. These positions...
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Change is Coming to Antenna TV, Rescan this Week

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October 14, 2019
Change is Coming to Antenna TV, Rescan this Week

By law, many local TV stations are moving to new frequencies.  If you watch TV for free, using an antenna, you must rescan your TV to keep your channels.  Any time after a station moves to its new frequencies, rescan your TV or converter box to find all of the available channels in your...
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Governor Holcomb’s Campaign Collects Required Statewide Signatures to Make 2020 Ballot

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October 14, 2019
Governor Holcomb’s Campaign Collects Required Statewide Signatures to Make 2020 Ballot

In rapid time, Governor Holcomb’s campaign has significantly surpassed the number of petition signatures required to earn him a place on the May 2020 Republican ballot. “Today’s news is proof that this campaign is organized, mobilized and energized throughout our entire state,” said Kyle Hupfer, Eric Holcomb for Indiana campaign manager. “In what feels like record...
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Culver Man Injured in Car vs. Pedestrian Accident in Downtown Plymouth Friday Night

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October 14, 2019
Culver Man Injured in Car vs. Pedestrian Accident in Downtown Plymouth Friday Night

A man from Culver was injured in a car verses pedestrian accident Friday night at the intersection of North Michigan Street (SR 17) and Washington Street. About 7:30 Plymouth police were dispatched to the downtown intersection.  Officer Krynock conducted an investigation and   witness statements indicate that a vehicle driven by 40 year old Aaron...
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