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Bremen PD to Host 20th Annual Benefit Basketball Game

January 14, 2016

The Bremen Police Department will sponsor their 20th Annual Benefit Basketball Game on March 23, at 7:30 pm. The game will be held at the Bremen Senior High School boy’s gym and features the Bremen Police Officer and other local agencies challenging the Bremen High School boys and girls senior players. For the past...
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Mayor’s First Blood Drive of 2016 Saturday

January 14, 2016
Mayor’s First Blood Drive of 2016 Saturday

The South Bend Medical Foundation announces “The Promise Project.”   This new initiative is simple.  They’re asking citizens to make a year-long commitment, a promise to donate blood up to 6 times in 2016. And, after you donate 3 times you’re eligible for Promise Project gifts.  Plus, when you increase the number of times you...
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New Indiana license plate first to combat distracted driving

January 14, 2016

There are now more crashes related to texting and driving than drinking and driving. In fact, 80 percent of all crashes involve some form of driver distraction. In an effort to address this pressing issue a new campaign and a new Indiana specialty license plate aimed at increasing awareness of distracted driving in Indiana....
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Go Fund Me Site Set up for Ancilla College Cheer

January 14, 2016
Go Fund Me Site Set up for Ancilla College Cheer

The Ancilla College Cheer Team returned home from National Cheerleading Association (NCA) College Cheer Camp held in Louisville, Kentucky, where they earned a Bronze Bid to the NCA Cheer Nationals. This is the first time in school history, that the cheer program has received a national bid. The bid is a big deal for...
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Interactive Map Lets Hoosiers Track Road And Bridge Projects

January 14, 2016
Interactive Map Lets Hoosiers Track Road And Bridge Projects

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that the agency launched an online, interactive tool that allows Hoosier taxpayers to find quickly what road and bridge projects are planned where they live and all across Indiana with just a couple clicks of a mouse. INDOT’s interactive investment map provides a summary of the State’s...
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JANUARY IS NATIONAL RADON ACTION MONTH

January 14, 2016
JANUARY IS NATIONAL RADON ACTION MONTH

What you don’t see can hurt you, especially if it’s radon, a tasteless, colorless and odorless gas that can build up in homes without residents’ knowledge. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has designated January as National Radon Action Month, and state health officials are encouraging all Hoosiers to learn about the risks of...
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Watch for Potholes as Temperatures Rise

January 14, 2016
Watch for Potholes as Temperatures Rise

After nearly a week of winter weather, Indiana is getting a short break from freezing temperatures with rain forecast for much of the state on Friday. Drivers should stay alert as these are prime conditions for potholes to form. How a pothole forms Cracks develop in pavement from aging, traffic wear and winter freeze-thaw cycles....
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Election Board moves on Vote Centers

January 14, 2016
Election Board moves on Vote Centers

The Marshall County Election Board continues to move forward with the steps necessary to change Marshall County from precincts to vote centers. After receiving a unanimous support from the Marshall County Council this week and letters of support from both party chairmen the election board created a seven member committee to create the plan...
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Snow and Ice Accumulation May Lead to Safety Hazard

January 14, 2016
Snow and Ice Accumulation May Lead to Safety Hazard

As cold temperatures continue, NIPSCO is reminding customers to keep their electric and natural gas meters free from snow and ice. Although meters are designed to withstand winter weather conditions, heavy or hard-packed snow and ice, icicles falling from building eaves, or water dripping from a roof and freezing on the meter could create a...
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M.C. Prosecutor Testifies Before House Committee on Drone Usage by Law Enforcement

January 14, 2016
M.C. Prosecutor Testifies Before House Committee on Drone Usage by Law Enforcement

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney E. Nelson Chipman, Jr., testified in support for the use of aerial drones by law enforcement agencies in the reconstruction of accident sites, January 14, before a committee of the Indiana House of Representatives.   The Courts and Criminal Code Committee was hearing House Bill 1013 that concerns geolocation (GPS)...
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