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Farmer’s Market Blood Drive Successful

June 1, 2015
Farmer’s Market Blood Drive Successful

Mary Ankrapp Blood Donor Recruitment Specialist with the Medical Foundation said Mayor Senter’s blood drive at the Farmers Market was a success.  Ankrapp said, “We had a great turn out, especially considering it was a holiday weekend.” The results of the Blood Drive on Saturday, May 23rd included 22 successful units being donated and...
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Northbound U.S. 31 Closures Complete, Southbound U.S. 31 Closures Tomorrow

June 1, 2015
Northbound U.S. 31 Closures Complete, Southbound U.S. 31 Closures Tomorrow

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the end of U.S. 31 Northbound closures, between Kern Road and the U.S. 20 Bypass. Around 9:30 a.m. today crews began setting 100,000 pound bridge beams over U.S. 31 for the new Johnson Road bridge. A total of four bridge beams were set, each requiring a...
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Triton Recognizes Retiring Staff

June 1, 2015
Triton Recognizes Retiring Staff

Four staff members are retiring from Triton School Corporation after more than 75 years of service.    Mary Ann Broeker has been a Librarian with the school system for 26 years.  Pete Foster the band and choir teacher has served the students at Triton for 9 years and Jackie Alderfer has been a library...
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Piazza’s and The Wooden Peel Battle for Best Pizza in Marshall County

June 1, 2015
Piazza’s and The Wooden Peel Battle for Best Pizza in Marshall County

The second round of the Northern Indiana Pizza Wars came to a close Sunday night. Over 76,000 votes were cast through the first two rounds of the competition, blowing last year’s Burger Wars numbers out of the water.  Last year’s Burger Wars had a total of 60,000 votes after two months of voting!   The...
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Riverside Innovation Academy 6th Graders Path Potholes for PBL Project

June 1, 2015
Riverside Innovation Academy 6th Graders Path Potholes for PBL Project

Through the “What’s the Matter” Project, Riverside Innovation Academy 6th grade students researched the forms and or properties of matter by looking at the formation and creation of potholes on our communities roads. Partnering with the Plymouth Parks Department, students then took their knowledge and created their own personal resumes and each interviewed for...
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Indiana State Police Announce Results of the 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign from May 15 to May 31, 2015

June 1, 2015
Indiana State Police Announce Results of the 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign from May 15 to May 31, 2015

Today, June 1, 2015, the Indiana State Police announced there were 2,973 tickets issued for seat belt law violations over the course of the seat belt enforcement program that ran from May 15th through May 31st.  This number only reflects citations issued by Indiana State Police.  This is a preliminary number based on electronic ticket information. ...
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North Carolina Man Arrested in Operation Pull Over Blitz

June 1, 2015
North Carolina Man Arrested in Operation Pull Over Blitz

While working Operation Pull Over on Saturday afternoon May 30th, Marshall County Police Officer Les McFarland stopped a vehicle traveling 77 mph in a 60 mph zone.  During the traffic stop, it was found that the driver, Carl Roberts, age 28, had a suspended driver license through North Carolina.  Officer McFarland believed that Roberts...
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Northern Indiana Man Seeks Kidney Donation

June 1, 2015
Northern Indiana Man Seeks Kidney Donation

When Nick and Beth Parker exchanged their wedding vows in September, 2013, they had no idea how soon they would face for better or for worse due to almost unthinkable circumstances. By June of 2014, Nick began having symptoms of kidney failure including extreme fatigue, loss of appetite and then trouble digesting what he...
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LaPaz Police Arrest Michael Gilley

June 1, 2015
LaPaz Police Arrest Michael Gilley

On Thursday, May 28, LaPaz police initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of Burger King.  The vehicle was stopped for an unsafe start, after the officer observed the driver taking off at a high rate of speed, causing items to fall out of the bed of the truck onto Michigan Road. During...
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Motorcycle Clocked at 100 MPH, Driver Arrested

June 1, 2015
Motorcycle Clocked at 100 MPH, Driver Arrested

Saturday, June 27th   a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department clocked a motorcycle in access of 100 mph on US 30.  The officer caught up with the vehicle and attempted to make a traffic stop.  The driver of the motorcycle, 27 year old Russell Moore of Bourbon accelerated and a pursuit ensued. The...
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