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Bremen Police Report 6/26 – 7/2/15

July 6, 2015
Bremen Police Report 6/26 – 7/2/15

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released his department’s activity report for June 26th through July 2nd. Bremen officers issued a total of 65 traffic warnings and 15 citations during the period.  They also investigate one property damage crash report on July 1st in the Woodies parking lot. Officers with the Bremen Police Department investigated...
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Former Rockie Football Players asked to Consider Alumni Shirt

July 6, 2015
Former Rockie Football Players asked to Consider Alumni Shirt

Calling all former ROCKIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS! Have you heard about the awesome Rockie Alumni T-shirt Project? The current Plymouth High School football team would like to make the legacy of the current football program a bigger part.  In an attempt to do this, this year’s ream will be wearing this shirt underneath their football...
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Arrests by Bremen Police Officers

July 6, 2015
Arrests by Bremen Police Officers

On Thursday, July 2, about 9:00 p.m. Officer Atkins with the Bremen Police Department initiated a traffic stop at Plymouth and Indiana Streets in Bremen. During his investigation he discovered that the operator was wanted on a warrant issued out of Marshall County. Caitlin Herder, 19 of Bremen was incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail for...
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Local Troopers Ride in Cops Cycling for Survivors Tour

July 6, 2015
Local Troopers Ride in Cops Cycling for Survivors Tour

Two local Indiana State Troopers from the Bremen Post are staged to ride in the annual Cops Cycling for Survivors bike tour that kicks off July 13 in Indianapolis.  This event takes place over 13 days as the cyclists tour Indiana riding an average of 70 miles per day in an effort to raise money for...
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Brown Bag Lunch Features History of Education in Marshall County

July 6, 2015
Brown Bag Lunch Features History of Education in Marshall County

Readin’, ‘Ritin’ and ‘Rithmatic have drastically changed in Marshall County since its founding in 1836. Education, in the early years, was not popular to many citizens in the county.   Some even called it a “waste of time, money and intellect!”   Don Balka, author, former educator and Marshall County Historical Society Board member, will explore...
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Plymouth Speedway Fans Enjoy Eight Features on Independence Day

July 6, 2015
Plymouth Speedway Fans Enjoy Eight Features on Independence Day

It was a night packed full of track fireworks as eight features were scheduled at the Playground of Power Saturday night – three of those were makeup features from a rain-out on June 20. It was John Rhoads showing the way in the first makeup feature of the night when he passed Keith Crissinger on the...
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Friends of Jack Jordan Committee Announces Candidacy

July 5, 2015
Friends of Jack Jordan Committee Announces Candidacy

BREMEN – Republican Jack Jordan launched his campaign for the Indiana House of Representative Seat, District #17 being vacated by Tim Harman at the Bremen Fireman’s Festival Parade.  He was surrounded by a crowd of energetic supporters.  “Dr. Al” Molebash was heard to say “This is a Blast!” and Golden Girl Mrs. Phyllis Waltz...
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LaPorte Man Speeding on US 30 Arrested for OWI

July 5, 2015
LaPorte Man Speeding on US 30 Arrested for OWI

Early Sunday morning at 12:45 Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department stopped a car on US 30 and 12B Road for speeding.  The vehicle was traveling 93 MPH in a 60 MPH speed zone. The driver, 20 year old Carson M. Epple of LaPorte had been drinking and failed a field sobriety...
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Commissioner Meeting Monday Morning

July 5, 2015
Commissioner Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioner will meet Monday morning beginning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the commissioner’s meeting is an update by Bart Trester from USI on the 7th Road Project including the round-a-bout and the wetland mitigation project. Laurie Baker and Jason Peters from the...
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Break-In at Bourbon Restaurant

July 4, 2015
Break-In at Bourbon Restaurant

Bourbon Police are seeking the public’s assistance in solving a burglary.  During the evening or early morning hours of June 26th to the 27th an unknown person made entry into the back door of 102 North Main Street in Bourbon, the Farmers Restaurant. A total of $150 was taken from the business. If anyone...
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