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6th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

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April 26, 2016
6th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

Benack’s Crossing is this weekend, April 30th and May 1st at Potawatomi Wildlife Park at 16998 State Road 331 in Tippecanoe. Watch as the Franco-Polish army battles the Russo-Prussian army on a dynamic battlefield with cavalry, infantry and artillery. Hear the boom of cannon and gun fire!  Wander the camps and see 18th century life skills demonstrated.  Be...
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VanHorn Arrested on Burglary Charge

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April 26, 2016
VanHorn Arrested on Burglary Charge

On Wednesday April 20, Marshall County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant was investigating a burglary on 13th Road near State Road 17.  Using evidence from the scene the officer was able to identify a suspect, Gunnar Vanhorn. About 5:15 in the evening Officer Bryant located 24 year old Gunnar Vanhorn walking on State Road 17. ...
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County Election Board Waives Fines for 7 Candidates who Filed Campaign Finance Forms Late

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April 26, 2016
County Election Board Waives Fines for 7 Candidates who Filed Campaign Finance Forms Late

Tuesday morning the Marshall County Election Board met and discussed the candidates that filed their campaign finance reports late. The reports were due by noon on April 15th according to state statue or the candidates could face a daily fine for not having them filed in the Clerk’s Office. At the April 19th meeting...
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MCPD Announces Start of 2016 Click It or Ticket Campaign

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April 26, 2016
MCPD Announces Start of 2016 Click It or Ticket Campaign

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department announced its upcoming participation in the national and statewide 2016 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization occurring May 6-30, 2016. Officers will join more than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies, and thousands more across the country, to conduct high-visibility patrols encouraging drivers and passengers to buckle up....
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Tickets Available for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

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April 26, 2016
Tickets Available for Mayor’s  Prayer Breakfast

Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter will host the Annual Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 5th at 6:30 a.m. at Christo’s Banquet Center. This year Pastor Ollie Dongell, Senior Pastor at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church will be the Keynote Speaker.   A graduate of Arizona State University Pastor Ollie received his Masters and Doctorate of Ministries degree...
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Lincoln Jr. High Students Attend “Expand Your Horizons” Career Conference for Girls at Notre Dame

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April 26, 2016
Lincoln Jr. High Students Attend “Expand Your Horizons” Career Conference for Girls at Notre Dame

Seventeen Lincoln Jr. High School girls attended the Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Career Conference for girls in grades six through eight at The University of Notre Dame’s Jordan Hall of Science on Saturday. The day-long event included hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Girls attended three, interest-based workshops from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. with young...
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City’s Financial Planner Recommends Sewer Rate Increase to Fund $12.5 Million Project

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April 26, 2016
City’s Financial Planner Recommends Sewer Rate Increase to Fund $12.5 Million Project

City of Plymouth utility users can expect a rate increase for their sewer service this summer. During Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting John Julien from Umbaugh, the city’s financial consultants presented a 23 page report that included an analysis of the sewer works regarding funding the upcoming $12.5 million dollar project....
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South Bend Man Injured in Powered Parachute Incident Near Culver

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April 25, 2016
South Bend Man Injured in Powered Parachute Incident Near Culver

A powered parachute pilot is injured Saturday evening at 16166 18 B Road near Culver. Michael Wood of South Bend was piloting a 2002 Buckeye Dream machine when he struck the top of trees becoming stuck in the tree tops. It’s unknown how the seat belt became unbuckled, but as a result, he fell...
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LJH Bus Students Searched for Weapon, Toy Gun Located

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April 25, 2016
LJH Bus Students Searched for Weapon, Toy Gun Located

Monday morning as students were transferring at the bus shuttle at Plymouth High School, a student reported to an adult supervisor that a gun was seen in an unknown student’s backpack.  Based on the description that was given, Plymouth Community School Corporation Director of Safety and Security, Ted Brown, held a narrowed group of...
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Starke County & Knox Police Arrest 3 for Meth

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April 25, 2016
Starke County & Knox Police Arrest 3 for Meth

Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin confirmed the arrest of three individuals Friday for meth. At approx. 9:20 Friday, April 22nd officers from the Starke County Sheriff’s Office and the Knox City Police Department executed a search warrant in the 1500 N Block of 700 E in Starke County. During the search officers located Methamphetamine,...
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