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TAXPAYERS FOR ARGOS SCHOOLS AND KIDS (TASK)

April 10, 2016
TAXPAYERS FOR ARGOS SCHOOLS AND KIDS (TASK)

The Argos Community School Board has determined the need to seek additional funding to support their schools.   A referendum will be on the primary ballot on May 3rd and Argos residents will have the opportunity to show their support for the future of children and the future of the Argos community by voting in favor....
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5-year Financial Plan to be Presented to County Council Monday

April 10, 2016
5-year Financial Plan to be Presented to County Council Monday

The Marshall County Council will hear from Plymouth Municipal Airport Director Dave Lattimer during their meeting Monday morning.  Lattimer will update members on the 5 Year Plan while EMA Director Clyde Avery will make a request to apply for a Hazard Mitigation Plan update. Also on the agenda is Paige Sansone from Umbaugh’s the...
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Bremen Police Announces Participation in Annual Rural Demonstration Project

April 10, 2016
Bremen Police Announces Participation in Annual Rural Demonstration Project

The Bremen Police Department announced Friday its participation in Indiana’s annual Rural Demonstration Project occurring April 7th through the 27th.  Officers will join law enforcement across the state to conduct high-visibility patrols focused on encouraging drivers and passengers within Indiana’s rural counties, to buckle up.   “Wearing your seat belt is one of the...
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Marshall County Gets 5 New CASA Volunteers

April 10, 2016
Marshall County Gets 5 New CASA Volunteers

Haley Kittrell, Marshall County CASA Director watched Friday afternoon as Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Curt Palmer administered the oath of office to five new CASA volunteers. The five volunteers, Ryan Gray, Sherri Borggren, Sherry Weber, Janet Galloway and Glenda Mechling-Smith completed 33 hours of in-service training required by National CASA.  CASA volunteers that...
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DNA and Fingerprints Help Starke County Police Determine Suspect

April 10, 2016
DNA and Fingerprints Help Starke County Police Determine Suspect

On July 2, 2015 officers from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary at the corner of 1000 E and 250 S in Starke County. The unnamed victim told police that unknown suspects had gained entry into a building and removed several items. The victim also stated that the suspects hotwired the...
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Argos Jr.¬ Sr. High School Orientation to Junior High

April 9, 2016
Argos Jr.¬ Sr. High School Orientation to Junior High

Argos Jr.­ Sr. High School welcomes the Class of 2022 by hosting a meeting for parents and students on Tuesday, April 12th at 6:30 PM in the Argos Jr.­ Sr. High School Auditorium. Mrs. Judy Delp, Guidance Counselor for grades 7-­12, will give an overview of important aspects of junior high life at Argos...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Meth, Possession of Controlled Substance

April 8, 2016
South Bend Man Arrested for Meth, Possession of Controlled Substance

Thursday afternoon at 3 the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was called about a possible impaired driver on US 30 near State Road 331.  The caller said the car was “all over the roadway.” Patrolman Jonathan Bryant located the suspect vehicle and observed multiple infractions.  He conducted a traffic stop at U.S. 30 at King...
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Indiana State Police Seek Recruits for Capitol Police Section

April 8, 2016
Indiana State Police Seek Recruits for Capitol Police Section

The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section is now accepting applications. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Capitol Police Officer may apply online athttp://www.in.gov/isp/2367.htm.  This website will provide a detailed synopsis of the application process as well as information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police Department....
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Driving Without a License Lands Chicago Man in County Jail

April 8, 2016
Driving Without a License Lands Chicago Man in County Jail

A traffic stop Friday morning just before 3 landed a Chicago man in the Marshall County Jail. County Officer Wozniak stopped the vehicle on US 31 near 14th Road for traveling 85 in a 60 mile per hour zone.  The driver, 27 year old Jonathan Elliott was found to be operating the vehicle without...
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Lt. Governor Kick Off INDOT 2016 Construction Season

April 8, 2016
Lt. Governor Kick Off INDOT 2016 Construction Season

Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb and officials from the Indiana Department of Transportation Wednesday to kick off the State’s 2016 construction season. During the event, INDOT launched #INDOTDrivesIndiana, an enhanced public awareness campaign to keep Hoosiers up to date on the more than 770 road and bridge projects scheduled to begin across Indiana during 2016....
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