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Arrests for Probation Violation

April 13, 2016
Arrests for Probation Violation

Probation violations continue to be in the top 10 of reasons why people are booked into the Marshall County Jail. On Monday Plymouth Police Officer arrested three more individuals for probation violations. Officer Bob DeLee responded to the Marshall County Probation Department at 2:25 to pick up 22 year old William R. Swihart of...
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Sunday Arrests by County Police Officers

April 13, 2016
Sunday Arrests by County Police Officers

A man from Van Nuys California was arrested Sunday morning about 1 after a County Police Officer stopped him for a traffic violation at State Road 10 new Nutmeg Road. 24 year old Mousheg Hovhannisyan was arrested for Operating A Vehicle While Intoxicated Engendering A Person and Operating With a BAC of .08 or...
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The Indiana Department of Insurance Warns Hoosiers to Be Aware of Non-Compliant ACA Plans

April 13, 2016
The Indiana Department of Insurance Warns Hoosiers to Be Aware of Non-Compliant ACA Plans

Indianapolis – The Indiana Department of Insurance warns Hoosiers not to fall prey to high-pressure telemarketers selling short-term health insurance products that are not compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Be aware that these telemarketers will make promises they cannot deliver and you, the consumer, will suffer the penalty. The Indiana Department of...
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Wilhite Triton Elementary DARE Winner

April 13, 2016
Wilhite Triton Elementary DARE Winner

Triton Elementary School held their fifth grade DARE graduation on Tuesday, April 12th.  All 70 students received certificates to show they completed the learning activities of the program and pledged to lead “drug-free” lives. Brooklyn Wilhite was the overall winner from Triton elementary and will represent her school at the county DARE banquet in...
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Veterans Administration Loses (AGAIN) 80,000 Documents Affecting 9,300 Veterans

April 13, 2016
Veterans Administration Loses (AGAIN) 80,000 Documents Affecting 9,300 Veterans

If you are a Veteran or Veteran Service Officer/Representative and submitted documents to the Veterans Administration supporting a claim between August 1, 2015 through December 21, 2015 your documents may be among those lost. Documents submitted between the above dates to the eBenefits and SEP Claim “Status Document” portals are permanently lost with no hope of recovery, even if you...
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WALORSKI CAMPAIGN RAISES OVER $1 MILLION

April 13, 2016
WALORSKI CAMPAIGN RAISES OVER $1 MILLION

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday announced her campaign has raised over $1 million dollars for the 2016 campaign cycle and will report over $850,000 cash on hand. In the first quarter of 2016, Walorski raised over $225,000. “I’m honored by the grassroots support that our campaign has received from every corner of the district...
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Webster 2nd Graders Present to Plymouth School Board

April 13, 2016
Webster 2nd Graders Present to Plymouth School Board

Three second graders from Webster Elementary shared their knowledge of historical figures with the Plymouth School Board on April 12. Each one dressed the part and read their notes from the research they had done as a project. Payge Houston, Dolan Berkeypile, and Pamela Berg gave an overview of their chosen person from the...
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April Mobile Food Pantries in Marshall & Starke Counties

April 13, 2016
April Mobile Food Pantries in Marshall & Starke Counties

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana offers a mobile food pantry once a month in Marshall and Starke counties.   Fresh perishable items such as dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free of charge to northern Indiana residents. The Food Bank sets up tables where people can “shop” and select...
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School Board Approves Tennis Court Funding

April 13, 2016
School Board Approves Tennis Court Funding

The Plymouth School Board voted 4-0 during their meeting on April 12 to amend a contract and addendum with the Plymouth Park Department along with a resolution to provide additional support for tennis facilities. Board member Melissa Christensen was absent from the meeting. According to Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, the school corporation had pledged $250,000...
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Bremen Public Library to host Candidates’ Night

April 13, 2016
Bremen Public Library to host Candidates’ Night

Three local candidates are running for the Indiana State Representative, District 17 seat:  Michelle Livinghouse (D), Jesse Bohannon (R) and Jack Jordan (R).   With the May 3 Indiana Primary fast approaching, Bremen Public Library is hosting a Candidates’ Night tonight, Wednesday, April 13. Those in attendance will have the chance to meet the candidates, ask...
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