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1st Source Named one of the Top 1,000 Banks in the World

August 15, 2013
1st Source Named one of the Top 1,000 Banks in the World

  08/16/13 1st Source Bank has been named one of the top 1,000 banks in the world for 2013 according to rankings by The Banker magazine. 1st Source ranked #859 on the prestigious global list and #129 on the U.S. list, which recognized only 167 of the more than 7,000 banks in the U.S....
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Brooke Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Dealing Heroin

August 14, 2013
Brooke Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Dealing Heroin

08/15/13 Kyle Brooke, 25, Plymouth, and formerly of Knox, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge Robert O. Bowen to ten years of imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Corrections for dealing in a narcotic drug, a Class B felony.  Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecutor Nelson Chipman and defense counsel Tom Black....
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Beason Airlifted After Crash

August 14, 2013
Beason Airlifted After Crash

  08/15/13 A single vehicle crash on 4th Road Wednesday morning ended with a Plymouth woman being airlifted to a South Bend hospital. 23 year old Katie Beason was traveling eastbound on a gravel section of 4th Road just east of the intersection of Rose Road in a 2000 Chevy S10 pick-up.  The truck...
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Bremen Man Arrested for Child Molesting

August 14, 2013
Bremen Man Arrested for Child Molesting

  08/15/13 On Thursday, May 30 at approximately 7:00 p.m. the Bremen Police Department received a complaint of a possible child molesting in Bremen. Investigating officer’s spoke to the victim, a 10 year old child, and the victim’s mother. The victim stated that while visiting a friend the suspect, 39 year old Angel Escobar of...
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July Jail Report

August 14, 2013
July Jail Report

  08/15/13 The top reason for citizens being lodged in the Marshall County Jail in July was Failure to Appear.  The next top reasons were Operating While Intoxicated, Probation Violation, Theft and Marijuana.  The remaining reasons include number 6) Driving While Suspended, 7) Dealing in Cocaine or Meth, 8) Public Intoxication, 9) Operator Never...
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City Board Awards Quote, Approves Closure of Oak Drive

August 14, 2013
City Board Awards Quote, Approves Closure of Oak Drive

    08/15/13 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the low quote of Michiana Contracting for a lighting efficiency project at the Oak Hill Cemetery facility.  Last month quotes were open from Banner Electric and Michiana Contracting and taken under advisement for review by the City’s energy consultant Jack Like from...
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New Attractions at M.C. Blueberry Festival

August 14, 2013
New Attractions at M.C. Blueberry Festival

  08/15/13  The 47th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival will have three new attractions this year.   A White Tiger Discovery Exhibit will be held all weekend long and will give you a chance to learn and experience the life of a White Tiger and its daily way of living.   This exhibit will be...
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Wood carved Items on Display at CUTPL

August 14, 2013
Wood carved Items on Display at CUTPL

  08/15/13 Now on display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is a collection of hand carved wood items crafted by local resident, John De Pue. De Pue’s hand-carved items on display include a toy wagon, doll cradle, candle holders, picture frame, ducks, vases, and many others. John De Pue has been in the...
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Sentimental Journey Band to Perform at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

August 14, 2013
Sentimental Journey Band to Perform at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

  08/15/13 Potawatomi Wildlife Park in Tippecanoe invites the public to come and enjoy the music of the Sentimental Journey Band.  They will be playing some of your favorite big band songs surrounded by prairie and wildflowers, a great way to relax this Sunday evening beginning at 6.   Bring your lawn chairs or...
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WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY NOW IN 35 COUNTIES

August 14, 2013
WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY NOW IN 35 COUNTIES

  08/15/13 Health officials continue to encourage Hoosiers to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases after mosquito samples from 35 counties have now tested positive for the virus. There has been one human case of West Nile virus in Ripley County and one equine case in Adams...
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