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Prevent Child Abuse Indiana Program Moves Forward in Marshall County

October 27, 2015
Prevent Child Abuse Indiana Program Moves Forward in Marshall County

There were 39 individuals at the initial meeting of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana on October 5th and on Monday night, for their second meeting they had a similar number of citizens, although many were new faces since this one was in the evening. Like the initial meeting, they had community members from all professions...
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Good News for Employers

October 27, 2015
Good News for Employers

Governor Mike Pence recently announced a plan to repay Indiana’s federal unemployment-insurance loan ahead of schedule, avoiding a federal tax penalty and saving employers in our state $327 million. The plan was made possible by House Enrolled Act 1001— the state budget bill. State Senator Randy Head said, “Indiana was one of 33 states that...
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Hoosiers Asked to Keep Campaign Signs Out of Rights of Way

October 27, 2015
Hoosiers Asked to Keep Campaign Signs Out of Rights of Way

The Indiana Department of Transportation urges political candidates and their supporters to keep Indiana roads free from encroaching campaign signs for the safety of the motoring public. The signs can block visibility for traffic entering and exiting the roadway at intersections and driveways. Areas that should remain sign-free include intersections, interchanges and rights of...
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Kiwanis Club Donates Candy to Miller’s for Trick-or-Treat

October 27, 2015
Kiwanis Club Donates Candy to Miller’s for Trick-or-Treat

The Plymouth Kiwanis Club donated candy to Miller’s Assisted Living for their annual Community Trick or Treat which will take place on Saturday Oct 31st from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.   The Kiwanis organization has been dedicated to helping children since 1915. Kiwanis president Rodney Jacobs stated, “We are dedicated to helping the children...
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Ancilla College Offering Accelerated Winter Term

October 27, 2015
Ancilla College Offering Accelerated Winter Term

College students looking to earn extra college credit over the holiday break can enroll in Ancilla’s second annual winter term. The accredited college is offering five courses in an accelerated four-week winter term this year from Dec. 12 - Jan. 9. “Ancilla is offering a winter term to help students who receive the Indiana State grant earn...
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Dispatchers Work While Walking

October 27, 2015
Dispatchers Work While Walking

Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin has found a way to promote health while working in the dispatch center. The Starke County Sheriff’s Office recently purchased a treadmill for the 911 Dispatch Center. Starke County Dispatchers work 12 hour shifts and the majority of that shift is sitting at the consoles.   With the addition of...
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Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

October 27, 2015
Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

A suspicion of drug activity in the parking area of the First United Methodist Church ended with the arrest of a Plymouth man. Sunday evening about 7:20 Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the parking lot for two makes in a red Pontiac Sunfire that may be conducting a drug deal.    After...
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Bremen P.D. Activity Report 10/16 – 10/22

October 27, 2015
Bremen P.D. Activity Report  10/16 – 10/22

The Bremen Police Department released the Activity Report for October 16th to October 22nd.  During the reporting period officers wrote 74 traffic warnings and 20 traffic citations.  There were no crash reports during this time period. Bremen Police did make five arrests, on October 16th Antonio Corona of Monterey was arrested for Operator Never...
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Men Arrested for Domestic Batteries

October 27, 2015
Men Arrested for Domestic Batteries

A Plymouth man was arrested Friday afternoon for Domestic Battery. Plymouth Police Officer Ray West was dispatched to 904 North Michigan Street about 1:30 for a suspected domestic battery that had just taken place.  The officer investigated the complaint and arrested 24 year old Brandon M. Cook of the Michigan Street address for Domestic...
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Triton High School Cafeteria to Offer Frozen Yogurt

October 27, 2015
Triton High School Cafeteria to Offer Frozen Yogurt

The Triton High School cafeteria has a new offering for students. Starting Wednesday, October 28th, the THS cafeteria will be offering Annie’s Frozen Yogurt in the Ala Carte line.  Students will have a choice of a 4 ounce cone or bowl. The cost is $1.75 and the student must have money in their account...
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