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Triton Art Club Members Visit Europe

July 6, 2016
Triton Art Club Members Visit Europe

Members of the Triton Jr.-Sr. High School Art Club recently took a trip to Europe. They started off in Paris, seeing the Eiffel Tower, Cathedral of Notre Dame and the catacombs. They then took a night train to Venice where they enjoyed a gondola ride. The rest of the trip was by bus to...
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Warsaw Artist Featured at Heartland Artists Gallery in July

July 6, 2016
Warsaw Artist Featured at Heartland Artists Gallery in July

Diane Overmyer from Warsaw is known for her Plein Air Art and Heartland Artists Gallery is pleased to offer her results of this painting technique to the community. En plein air or plein air painting, is a phrase borrowed from the French equivalent meaning “open (in full) air”. It is particularly used to describe...
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Elkhart County Man Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

July 6, 2016
Elkhart County Man Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

Elkhart resident Oscar M. Mendoza, 37, recently pled guilty in Marion County Criminal Court Three to unemployment insurance fraud, a Class C Felony. Through the use of agency records, an Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) employee began an investigation and determined that Mendoza was working and receiving wages while claiming unemployment insurance benefits. Mendoza was sentenced to...
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Bohannon Seeks Vacant Position of Bremen School Board

July 5, 2016
Bohannon Seeks Vacant Position of Bremen School Board

  Jesse Bohannon announced through Facebook Tuesday evening his intentions to apply this week for the open position on the Bremen School Board.   In his post he said, “The great public encouragement I received following this spring’s primary election has led me to offer my service to our community on the Bremen board...
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Commissioners See Road and Bridge Asset Management Plans

July 5, 2016

  Monday the Marshall County Commissioners received the Road & Bridge Asset Management Plans during their meeting. Jason Peters, Supervisor of County Highways presented the plans that are required to be in place to be eligible for the Community Crossroads Grant and other state and federally funded projects. The purpose of the Road Asset...
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Harman: Many New Laws Now Effective in Indiana 

July 5, 2016
Harman: Many New Laws Now Effective in Indiana 

State Representative Tim Harman (R-Bremen) said Hoosiers should be aware of several new laws and many were effective as of July 1. Indiana is the meth lab capital of the country. With more than 1,500 incidents in 2015, Indiana has led the nation in meth-lab seizures for three consecutive years. However, a new law...
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Scott Arrested at Walmart on Warrant

July 5, 2016
Scott Arrested at Walmart on Warrant

Sunday, July 3rd Officer Ben McIntyre with the Plymouth Police Department was advised by an off duty officer that Chris Scott had an active warrant and he had just seen him entering Walmart.   As Officer McIntyre arrived at Walmart her observed Mr. Scott leaving the store. Contact was made and Scott was advised...
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City Police Investigate Accidental Shooting of Teen in Plymouth

July 5, 2016
City Police Investigate Accidental Shooting of Teen in Plymouth

  Plymouth Police are investigating an accidental shooting early Sunday morning. City police were dispatched to the 100 block of South Center Street shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday for a 14 year old boy was shot in the stomach. Officer Bridget Hite’s investigation found that the resident answered the door with a gun in...
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Bestselling Author to Visit Bremen Public Library

July 5, 2016
Bestselling Author to Visit Bremen Public Library

Philip Gulley, the voice of small-town American life, is coming to the Bremen Public Library Thursday, July 28 at 6:30 in the evening. He will share inspirational and humorous anecdotes from his books, including his memoir, I Love You, Miss Huddleston.   Gulley’s memoir has been selected for this summer’s community book discussion, One Book, One Town....
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Brown Bag Program Features Bicentennial Passport Project, Bicentennial Coffee-Table Book second event

July 5, 2016
Brown Bag Program Features Bicentennial Passport Project, Bicentennial Coffee-Table Book second event

The Marshall County Museum has two events scheduled Friday, July 15, the next Brown Bag program and a book signing and sale of a publication that both showcase Indiana’s historic highways and byways.   First, local architect and preservationist, Kurt Garner will present the Brown Bag program entitled, “The Indiana State Byways Bicentennial Passport Project,” from 12-1 highlighting a new...
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