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Cole Porter Series Opens County Museum Brown Bag Lunch

March 6, 2016
Cole Porter Series Opens County Museum Brown Bag Lunch

The Marshall County Museum will kick-off the 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Series this Friday, March 11 from 12-1 PM! This year, in celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial, Encore Performing Arts is partnering with the Museum to remember the historic works of Indiana composer, Cole Porter. “Cole Porter’s Top Ten List Songs,” the first of a 6-part series sponsored by Encore, will be...
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Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Empty Bowls Event Saturday

March 6, 2016
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Empty Bowls Event Saturday

An Empty Bowls benefit for The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will take place Saturday, March 19, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Cana Hall within the Ancilla Domini Motherhouse at The Center at Donaldson. For a donation of $15.00 per person, everyone is invited to enjoy a meal of soup, home-made by the...
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Teen Arrested for Theft of Hummer H2

March 6, 2016
Teen Arrested for Theft of Hummer H2

A 17 year old juvenile was taken into custody Wednesday for auto theft and lodged in a juvenile detention facility. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Dickson Street just after 11 p.m. for the report of a theft of a black, Hummer H2.  The vehicle was located the next day on...
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Rhodes Arrested by Bremen Police on Multiple Charges

March 6, 2016
Rhodes Arrested by Bremen Police on Multiple Charges

A Nappanee Man was arrested Saturday afternoon about 12:20 by Bremen officer Trent Strouder following a traffic stop at US 5 and West Miami Road. 51 year old Dale Robert Rhodes was charged with driving while being judged a Habitual Traffic Violator for lifetime, Expired Plated, Fictitious Registration and an Expired Driver’s License. Rhodes...
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Bohannon Receives Endorsement from IN Family Action PAC

March 6, 2016
Bohannon Receives Endorsement from IN Family Action PAC

The Indiana Family Action PAC announced Friday the endorsement of Jesse Bohannon in the Indiana House district 17race.  IFAPAC is the state’s preeminent advocate for conservative social values, including pro-life, pro-family, pro-traditional marriage issues. Jesse stood boldly alongside Indiana’s social conservative leadership during the battles of the past several years, and has been a...
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Adoption Records Bill Signed by Governor

March 4, 2016
Adoption Records Bill Signed by Governor

INDIANAPOLIS  - Friday Indiana’s adult adoptees have achieved a reality that’s taken years to accomplish – equal access to the most basic parts of their identity. Governor Mike Pence signed Senate Bill 91 into law today, making Indiana the 14th state to give adult adoptees from the “closed records” period access to their original birth...
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Works of 3 noted American photographers on exhibit at Culver Academies through July

March 4, 2016
Works of 3 noted American photographers on exhibit at Culver Academies through July

CULVER – The works of three of America’s most noted photographers from the 1930s are on exhibit at Culver Academies through July 31. The works of Eudora Welty, Alfred Eisenstaedt, and Ansel Adams debuted Feb. 20-21 in the Crisp Visual Arts Center for a five-month exhibit. The Crisp Center is located on Academy Road on...
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Senate Head Outlines Senate Road-Funding Plan

March 4, 2016
Senate Head Outlines Senate Road-Funding Plan

This week, the Indiana Senate voted on a plan to provide significant new state and local road funding over the next four years, without raising taxes on Hoosiers The plan includes $1.3 billion in new state highway funding over four years from various sources including: $429 million from excess budget reserves in 2016; $50...
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Football Stadium Project Update

March 4, 2016
Football Stadium Project Update

During Tuesday’s Plymouth School Board meeting, Superintendent Dan Tyree gave board members an update on the stadium building project. The Athletic Booster pavilion next to the bleachers was torn down and the restrooms and concession building on the south end of the facility have been demolished.   Tyree said, “After two architects told us that...
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Donnelly: Considering Supreme Court Nominees Part of Senators’ Jobs

March 4, 2016
Donnelly: Considering Supreme Court Nominees Part of Senators’ Jobs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Thursday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly spoke on the floor of the Senate calling on the Senate to do its job when it comes to filling the vacancy on the Supreme Court. In his speech, Donnelly said, “…Senators, using our best judgment, are free to ultimately reject whomever the President nominates, but to refuse to...
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