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Bremen P.D. Activity Report 5/1-5/7

May 11, 2015
Bremen P.D. Activity Report 5/1-5/7

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released this department’s activity report for the week of May 1st through the 7th. Bremen officers issued a total of 63 traffic warnings and 23 traffic citations.  They also investigated a minor personal injury crash at 419 West Plymouth Street on the first and a property damage accident in...
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State Senator Randy Head Discusses, Enacting a Balanced Budget

May 11, 2015
State Senator Randy Head Discusses, Enacting a Balanced Budget

While many important issues were debated during the 2015 legislative session, the state’s biennial budget was a primary focus the past four months at the Statehouse. The enacted budget is balanced and focused on funding Indiana’s most important needs, creating a strong foundation for our economic future. State Senator Randy Head recently highlighted a...
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Starke County Detectives Looking for James E. Messer

May 11, 2015
Starke County Detectives Looking for James E. Messer

On Tuesday, May 5th the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 3,000 block of 200 S for a complaint of a meth lab in a basement. When officers from the Sheriff’s Department and Knox Police Department arrived they located an inactive one-pot meth lab, precursors for manufacturing, syringes and marijuana. They were unable...
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Donnelly Helps Pass Bill to Assist Law Enforcement in Purchasing Bulletproof Vests

May 11, 2015
Donnelly Helps Pass Bill to Assist Law Enforcement in Purchasing Bulletproof Vests

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped the Senate pass the bipartisan Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program Reauthorization Act, legislation that he cosponsored, which would extend through 2020 a program that helps local law enforcement agencies purchase bulletproof vests.   Donnelly said, “I was proud to help the Senate pass reauthorization of the Bulletproof Vest Partnership...
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Tidbits from Triton

May 11, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

On Fridays, Ms. Casi Painton’s 4th grade class at Triton Elementary School has been teaming up with Ms. Sarah Blake’s kindergarten class to read to each other. Each fourth grader will read a book to a kindergartener and the kindergartener will read a leveled book to their fourth grade buddy. They all enjoy reading...
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County Council Declines LOHUT, Councilman Hassel Says Some Roads will be Diverted back to Dirt

May 11, 2015
County Council Declines LOHUT, Councilman Hassel Says Some Roads will be Diverted back to Dirt

After nearly an hour of presentations and discussion on Monday, the Marshall County Council failed to get a motion to take any action on the implementation of a wheel tax and LOHUT tax for the county. Council members received letters of support from the City of Plymouth and Town of Culver and heard from...
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Police Reports from Last Week

May 10, 2015
Police Reports from Last Week

On Monday, May 4th Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 19 year old Dakota Wayne Elder of Know on a warrant through Marshall County.  He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail. On Tuesday morning, May 5th Officer Workman served a warrant on 28 year old Jack Clemons of Plymouth.  The warrant was through...
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County Council Meeting Monday Morning

May 10, 2015
County Council Meeting Monday Morning

Members of the Marshall County Council will consider suggested description changes for several positions in Court Services, the Extension Office and Soil and Water. Soil and Water will seek an additional appropriation and Karen Richey will ask for an additional for a new copier.  Deb VanDeMark will seek a personnel replacement and so will...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

May 10, 2015
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday night beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council meeting. Agenda for the Board of Public Works includes awarding the bid for the wastewater furnace and A/C unit for the old administration building and opening...
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Preliminary iREAD Assessment Results Released vbj

May 10, 2015
Preliminary iREAD Assessment Results Released vbj

The preliminary 2015 results of the statewide reading assessment given to 3rd grade students each spring were released on May 8. The iREAD-3 (Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination) testing is administered to determine if students have mastered the needed skills to be successful in a 4th grade setting. Education standards for kindergarten through grade...
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