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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Reminds Drivers to Celebrate Responsibly this Super Bowl

January 25, 2016
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Reminds Drivers to Celebrate Responsibly this Super Bowl

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, in partnership with the Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI), would like to remind all Indiana motorists to celebrate this year’s Super Bowl responsibly, by driving sober and safe. During the 2015 Super Bowl weekend (6:00 p.m. Jan 30 through 5:59...
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Walorski Files for Re-election, Visits State House

January 25, 2016

Monday, U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-2) visited the IN State House to officially file paperwork for re-election to Congress in Indiana’s Second District. While at the State House, she also had the opportunity to address the House and Senate Chambers. Rep. Walorski said, “I’m honored and grateful to serve the hardworking Hoosiers of Indiana’s...
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Red Cross has emergency need for blood and platelet donations

January 25, 2016
Red Cross has emergency need for blood and platelet donations

The American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet donors. Severe winter weather since Jan. 1 has forced the cancellation of more than 300 blood drives across 20 states, resulting in more than 9,500 donations uncollected, further depleting an already low winter supply. Blood donation appointments can be quickly and easily...
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Teachers Credit Union Announces Award Winners of Annual TCU Bi-County Basketball Tournament

January 25, 2016
Teachers Credit Union Announces Award Winners of Annual TCU Bi-County Basketball Tournament

Teachers Credit Union (TCU) announced Monday that it has awarded two student-athletes with the annual W.B. Hawkins Award for excellence in academics and athletics at the 51st annual TCU Bi-County Tournament in northern Indiana. The winners of the 2016 W.B. Hawkins Award are Brooklyn Beatty of Triton Jr. Sr. High School in Bourbon and...
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Illinois Man Arrested at 106 MPH

January 25, 2016
Illinois Man Arrested at 106 MPH

Sunday afternoon, January 24, at 3:38 a deputy with the Marshall County Police Department clocked a 2010 Chevrolet Impala traveling east on U.S. 30 at Fir Road at 106 miles per hour. Once the Officer caught up the vehicle he initiated a traffic stop on it on U.S. 30 at Beech Road. The driver,...
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3 Arrested at Maple Leaf Trailer Park

January 25, 2016
3 Arrested at Maple Leaf Trailer Park

Saturday evening,(1/23/16) about 10:38 the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center received a call reporting a fight at the Maple Leaf Trail Park on North Michigan Road in Plymouth.  The caller believed there were five subjects fighting. County officers arrived and arrested 18 year old Daylon Morgan, 18 year old Raymond Buck Jr. and 18...
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Triton Wins Boys Bi-County Tourney

January 25, 2016
Triton Wins Boys Bi-County Tourney

The Triton boys’ basketball team emerged as the victors of the 201 Bi-County tournament with their Saturday night victory over host, LaVille. Jordan Anderson, the winner of the MVP trophy. Congrats also to Triton senior, Brooklyn Beatty, and family on her selection as the 2016 WB Hawkins award winner at the Bi-County tourney.
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Bremen Police Investigate Armed Robbery

January 24, 2016
Bremen Police Investigate Armed Robbery

Updated:  On Saturday, January 23, at approximately 4:40 p.m. the Bremen Police Department received information reporting an Armed Robbery that had just occurred in the 100 Blk of W. Fourth St. in Bremen. The victim reported that he had arranged to sell items through social media to two unknown subjects from the South Bend...
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Local Road Funding Possibility from State

January 24, 2016
Local Road Funding Possibility from State

Senator Randy Head said senate republicans have been working to find additional ways to fund Indiana’s local roads and bridges. Last week, Senate Bill 67 passed the Senate by a vote of 49-1 and now heads to the House of Representatives for further consideration. SB 67 would provide $430 million to local governments around the state...
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Mashall County Housing Survey this Wednesday

January 24, 2016
Mashall County Housing Survey this Wednesday

This week Marshall County will take a day and meet with citizens who are willing to fill out a housing survey.  Hoping to get a better understand the scope of the homeless population in the county the survey is also looking for families and individuals who have housing issues, couch surging, facing eviction, insecure...
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