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Marshall County Included in Indiana Voter Registration Project Investigation by ISP

October 7, 2016
Marshall County Included in Indiana Voter Registration Project Investigation by ISP

 The investigation that began in late August of 2016 alleging the filing of fraudulent voter application information has expanded from the nine counties listed in an October 4, 2016 news release, to a total of 57 Indiana counties as of today’s date of October 6, 2016. While it is the normal practice of the...
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Fatal Crash at US 31 and 9A Road

October 7, 2016
Fatal Crash at US 31 and  9A Road

A three vehicle crash on US 31 at 9A Road Thursday about 2 p.m. took the life of an Illinois woman. Officers at the scene say a 4 door car driven by a female was east bound on 9A Road and pulled into the path of a southbound semi driven by 36 year old...
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Weedling Sentenced to 65 Years for Murder of Serenity Wilson

October 7, 2016
Weedling Sentenced to 65 Years for Murder of Serenity Wilson

A twenty-four year old Plymouth man could be 89 before being released from incarceration for the murder of 2-year-old Serenity Wilson in September of 2015. Shane Weedling appeared in Superior Court I before Judge Robert Bowen at Wednesday’s sentencing when Bowen sentenced him to the maximum allowed by law of 65 years.  Weedling will...
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DOLLAR GENERAL CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF A NEW STORE IN LAKEVILLE

October 6, 2016
DOLLAR GENERAL CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF A NEW STORE IN LAKEVILLE

Dollar General will celebrate the opening of its new location at 311 North Michigan Street in Lakeville on Saturday, October 15 at 8 a.m. with free prizes and special deals.  Dollar General will offer Lakeville residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essentials at low prices. Additionally, the first 50 adult shoppers at the...
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PHS Precision Machining Program Highlighted on Manufacturing Day is Oct. 7th

October 6, 2016

October is Manufacturing Month and Manufacturing Day℠ is officially the first Friday or October 7th this year.  It is day to celebrate modern manufacturing and meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers.   Scott Kaser runs the Precision Machining program at Plymouth High School.   His students, juniors and seniors spend about half of...
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City BZA Grants Variance for Horses on 9A Road

October 6, 2016
City BZA Grants Variance for Horses on 9A Road

Three months in a row the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals has heard the request for variances to allow horses within the city’s 2-mile zoning boundaries. On Tuesday night Jody Dinsmore and her real estate agent Mike DeMont from Re Max appeared before the BZA seeking a variance for her property 11887 9A Road....
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Donnelly Receives Award for Supporting American Manufacturing

October 6, 2016
Donnelly Receives Award for Supporting American Manufacturing

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly was awarded the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) award for ‘Manufacturing Legislative Excellence’ Thursday in recognition of his support for manufacturing jobs and companies in Indiana and across the country.   Donnelly said, “The manufacturing industry is central to Indiana’s economy and to the success of Hoosier families and communities. I...
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Governor Pence Announces Indiana Teams Deploying to Help Florida in Response to Hurricane Matthew

October 6, 2016
Governor Pence Announces Indiana Teams Deploying to Help Florida in Response to Hurricane Matthew

Governor Mike Pence Thursday announced that two teams based in Indiana are being deployed to support activities in response to Hurricane Matthew. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is deploying a six-person Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team to Tallahassee, Fla. to help support Florida’s State EOC. Indiana Task Force 1, a federal resource...
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Bremen Trooper Honored to take turn in Torch Relay

October 6, 2016
Bremen Trooper Honored to take turn in Torch Relay

The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay made its way around Michiana Tuesday and one member of the Indiana State Police was lucky enough to be chosen as a Torch Bearer. Bremen Post’s own Master Trooper Jason Faulstich carried the torch twice as it entered Marshall County and then in the city of Bremen.  Faulstich was first...
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Come Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night

October 6, 2016
Come Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night

Tippecanoe – In celebration of International Observe the Moon Night, the Warsaw Astronomical Society and Potawatomi Wildlife Park are partnering to present a night with our moon. The evening will begin with a public talk about the moon followed by observing through telescopes. The program will be held at Potawatomi Wildlife Park at the...
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