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“For Your Health” Series Offered at Miller’s Assisted

January 18, 2016
“For Your Health” Series Offered at Miller’s Assisted

Miller’s Assisted Living is offering a brand new monthly event that is open to the public.  In connection with Saint Joseph Health System Outreach Services, the second Wednesday of each month through 2016 you are invited to attend “For Your Health” at 2:30 p.m. at Miller’s.  Miller’s is located at 625 Oakhill Ave. in...
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Donnelly Statement on U.S. Sanctions in Response to Iran’s Ballistic-Missile Program

January 18, 2016
Donnelly Statement on U.S. Sanctions in Response to Iran’s Ballistic-Missile Program

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the U.S. announced Sunday it will apply sanctions in response to Iran conducting ballistic missile tests in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1929. The sanctions will be imposed against 11 entities and individuals involved in supporting Iran’s ballistic missile program‎. These sanctions come in the...
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Walorski Statement on Implementation of Iran Nuclear Agreement

January 18, 2016
Walorski Statement on Implementation of Iran Nuclear Agreement

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, Sunday issued the following statement on implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement: “Since the Obama administration finalized the nuclear agreement with Iran this summer, Iran has continued behaving in a deeply disturbing and aggressive manner.  Despite the administration’s best efforts to portray this...
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House Fire on Lake Avenue in Plymouth

January 17, 2016
House Fire on Lake Avenue in Plymouth

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a structure fire Sunday evening at 6:52 p.m. A home at 1220 West Lake Avenue experienced a fire in the attic space and fire crews had to battle the bitter cold while they also battled the fire. The fire appears to have been electrical in nature and was...
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Local Emergency Responders Train on Narcan

January 17, 2016
Local Emergency Responders Train on Narcan

Sunday morning almost 50 members of LaPaz-North Township Fire Department, Lakeville Fire Department, and Union North Ambulance came together to receive training on administering Naloxone or narcan. Naloxone hydrochloride, a life-saving medication that can stop or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Opioids are a class of drugs that include prescription medications such...
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Triton Qualifies 2 Students for State DECA Competition

January 16, 2016
Triton Qualifies 2 Students for State DECA Competition

Triton High School DECA members competed Thursday, January 14th, at the District 2 competition. DECA is a business club that develops future leaders in marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. All the students had a great day evaluating real-life business scenarios and coming up with a solution to present to the judges. Students also gained valuable social skills...
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Bremen Teen Caught Driving while on Controlled Substance

January 16, 2016
Bremen Teen Caught Driving while on Controlled Substance

On Thursday night, January 14, about 11:20, Officer Cooper with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on 11th Road, south of Plymouth at Castle Drive.   19 year old Gregory Peppers of Bremen was arrested for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a Person, Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated on a Controlled Substance,...
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Sugar Shack Owner Dances for the Stars

January 16, 2016
Sugar Shack Owner Dances for the Stars

The owner of Sugar Shack Bakery in Plymouth is stepping up to help the Marshall County Neighborhood Center by dancing in the 8th Annual Dancing With The Stars fundraiser next month. 24 year old Stephanie Bishop is happily married to Chad Bishop and the proud mama to four amazing children Hope, Chelsea, Noah and...
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Commissioner Meeting Tuesday due to MLK Day Holiday

January 16, 2016
Commissioner Meeting Tuesday due to MLK Day Holiday

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Tuesday, January 19th due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday. Agenda for the meeting includes an update from the County Highway Department, a request to fill an employee vacancy in the Building and Grounds department and a contract with Thompson Reuters to print the county...
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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department OPO Blitz # 84 Results

January 15, 2016
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department OPO Blitz # 84 Results

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department announced Wednesday the completion of increased enforcement during the 2015 Thanksgiving holiday travel period. During the 24 day enforcement period a total of 8 officers worked an additional 81  hours of overtime enforcement. During these enforcement hours, the officers focused on seatbelt violations and impaired drivers. During the enforcement...
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