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Teachers Credit Union and the John Glenn School Corporation Announce Joint Partnership

February 3, 2016
Teachers Credit Union and the John Glenn School Corporation  Announce Joint Partnership

Teachers Credit Union and John Glenn School Corporation proudly announce the continuance of the organizations’ long standing partnership, by collaborating to provide long-term resources to the students and families they serve. TCU’s commitment is targeted to support the development of financial education programs, scholarships, functions and activities. TCU will be providing a benefit to...
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Plymouth School Board Tables Action on “PATH” Program at LJH

February 3, 2016
Plymouth School Board Tables Action on “PATH” Program at LJH

A proposal to add ten days of a new curriculum at Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth was tabled by the school board until more information is presented. LJH Principal, Reid Gault, was seeking approval to add PATH (Positive Approach to Teen Health) to the curriculum. PATH is sponsored by a non-profit organization and the...
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Martin Arrested by Bremen Police

February 3, 2016
Martin Arrested by Bremen Police

Bremen Police arrested 22 year old Daniel C. Martin Monday, February 1st at 5:15 in the evening, following a traffic stop on 1st Road at Miami Trail. Martin was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Possession of a Scheduled II Controlled Substance – Hydrocodone, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Paraphernalia and on a...
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Donnelly Recognized by National Anti-Drug Coalition for Continued Effort in Fighting Opioid Abuse and Heroin Use Epidemics

February 3, 2016
Donnelly Recognized by National Anti-Drug Coalition for Continued Effort in Fighting Opioid Abuse and Heroin Use Epidemics

Washington, D.C. — Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly received the Congressional Leadership Award from the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA). CADCA’s Congressional Leadership Award recognizes members of Congress who have championed strategies to enhance substance abuse prevention, education, treatment, and research. Donnelly said, “Too many families across Indiana and our country have come to know...
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Walorski Honors Rochester Firefighter, David Lawson, with ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’

February 3, 2016
Walorski Honors Rochester Firefighter, David Lawson, with ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced this week’s honoree for her ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’ initiative. During a speech on the House floor Wednesday, Walorski congratulated David Lawson, a volunteer firefighter with the Rochester Fire Department, for saving a family from their burning home last month. On the morning of January 19, Lawson was...
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Head: Bill to Require Pharmacist’s Approval to Sell Pseudoephedrine Passes Senate

February 3, 2016
Head: Bill to Require Pharmacist’s Approval  to Sell Pseudoephedrine Passes Senate

A bill authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) to help curb meth production in Indiana by changing the way ephedrine and pseudoephedrine products are sold passed the Senate Wednesday by a vote 41-8. Senate Bill 80 would keep products containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, the key ingredient to making meth, behind the counter and require...
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Nifong Files for County Council At-Large Seat

February 3, 2016
Nifong Files for County Council At-Large Seat

Wednesday afternoon John Nifong filed as a candidate for a County Council At-Large seat on the Democratic ticket. Nifong’s registration bring the total to 8 candidates for the three County Council At-Large seats up for this year’s elections.  There are two democrats; John Nifong and Donna Wenzel and six republicans; incumbents Steve Harper and...
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Fish Fry at Triton High School Thursday

February 3, 2016
Fish Fry at Triton High School Thursday

The Triton Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a fish and tenderloin fry at the Triton High School cafeteria from 4:30-7:00 p.m. this  Thursday, February 4th.  Cost is $9 for adults and $7 for children ages 4-12.   Carry outs are also available. Proceeds go towards student scholarship and community activities like the Easter Egg Hunt.
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Plymouth School Board Awards Bid for Building and Bleacher Renovations

February 3, 2016
Plymouth School Board Awards Bid for Building and Bleacher Renovations

During their regular meeting on February 2, the Plymouth School Board accepted a combined bid by Majority Builders for a project to renovate buildings and bleachers at the Plymouth High School football field and construct an addition to the Administration Building. The combined total submitted by Majority totals $1,216,640. According to Dave Schoof, director...
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M.C. Coroner Releases Detail on Fatal Crash

February 3, 2016
M.C. Coroner Releases Detail on Fatal Crash

Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger has released the name of the teen killed in a single vehicle fiery crash Tuesday night on US 6 just east of Quince Road.    17 year old Christina Moren of Walkerton was traveling west on US 6 about 8:30 last night at a high rate of speed in...
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