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Debbie Palmer Graduates from Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy

May 31, 2016
Debbie Palmer Graduates from Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy

Debbie Palmer, Marshall County SWCD, received the Professional Certificate in Watershed Management from Purdue University, recognizing her completion of Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy, at a ceremony in Indianapolis on May 25, 2016. The Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy builds local capacity to protect and manage water quality. Palmer attended five days of training and completed...
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Indiana Receives More Good Economic News

May 31, 2016
Indiana Receives More Good Economic News

  Chief Executive magazine ranked Indiana best in the Midwest and fifth in the nation for doing business. The ranking is based on surveys of more than 500 CEOs. According to Chief Executive, the results of the 12th annual survey show that CEOs favor states with friendly tax and regulatory climates, quality workforces and strong...
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Woodling Wins Modified Feature, Defeats NASCAR Great

May 31, 2016
Woodling Wins Modified Feature, Defeats NASCAR Great

If a driver is going to get a first win in a racing division, it might as well be against a legend in NASCAR.  Dylan Woodling, of Warsaw, has driven in the Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds division for five years and finally came away with a win against Ken Schrader Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway....
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Shepherd Arrested in Connection with Shooting of House in Bourbon

May 31, 2016
Shepherd Arrested in Connection with Shooting of House in Bourbon

  Bourbon Police Officer Matthew A. Geiger made another arrest in connection with the shooting of a house in the town of Bourbon last month. Officer Geiger arrested Mark D. Shepherd of Mentone on Friday, May 27th in connection with the incident of shots being fired into a house on April 29th 2016. Mr....
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Public Comment Sought on Wheel Tax or Economic Tax

May 31, 2016
Public Comment Sought on Wheel Tax or Economic Tax

  Citizens of Marshall County have the opportunity to voice their support or opposition for the implementation of a Local Option Highway User Tax (LOHUT) and or a County Economic Development Tax (CEDIT) during a public hearing at a special evening meeting tonight at 6. The Marshall County Council will conduct a public hearing on the request from the County Commissioners to seek input from the taxpayers of Marshall County regarding the         implementation of LOHUT and or...
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Spotlight On: Supporting Veterans

May 30, 2016
Spotlight On: Supporting Veterans

  Indiana Senator Randy Head highlighted a few bill that have impacts on veterans during the Memorial Day holiday. He said,This year, the Indina General Assembly passes several bills to support Hoosier veterans and their families. Senate Enrolled Act 295 expands the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF) to cover all veterans. Prior to this law,...
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LaPaz Police Arrest South Bend Man of Cocaine & DWS

May 30, 2016
LaPaz Police Arrest South Bend Man of Cocaine & DWS

  LaPaz Police conducted a traffic stop Friday morning about 1:40 on Cortland Street for a vehicle with expired plates. The driver, Ken Norwick of South Bend was found to be in possession of cocaine and driving on a suspended license. He was placed under arrest and incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail on...
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REMC Members can get cash back when buying ENERGY STAR® LED bulbs

May 29, 2016
REMC Members can get cash back when buying ENERGY STAR® LED bulbs

    Marshall County REMC is giving its members a lot of reasons to make the switch to ENERGY STAR LED light bulbs for your home. Just one bulb can save between $250-400 in energy costs over its lifetime. In fact, if every home in the United States switched out just one incandescent bulb...
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Plymouth Mayor Makes Statement on Greenway Trail Robbery

May 29, 2016
Plymouth Mayor Makes Statement on Greenway Trail Robbery

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter release the following statement regarding the incident on the Greenway Trail. Due to the armed robbery case along the Plymouth Greenway’s Trail that occurred on Thursday May 26th, the Plymouth Police Department will have extra patrols in the area during the summer months.  For several years the Plymouth Police Department...
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Walorski Announces Jobs Fair on June 2nd

May 29, 2016
Walorski Announces Jobs Fair on June 2nd

  U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Friday announced she will host a Jobs and Veterans Resource Fair featuring more than 60 employers with 1,100 jobs available and 10 veterans service organizations on Thursday, June 2nd, at Bethel College in Mishawaka. The job fair will be from 9 a.m. till 1 p.m. In Wiekamp Athltic Center on...
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