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Library’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Orphan Train

March 12, 2014
Library’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Orphan Train

  Bring your sack lunch to the Marshall County Museum this Friday, March 14 from 12-1 for the next Brown Bag Lunch event.   Karin Hight Rettinger, museum research specialist, will talk about the “little wanderers” that rode an orphan train in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s from the East Coast making a stop...
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Youth Art Show found only at the Heartland Artists Gallery

March 12, 2014
Youth Art Show found only at the Heartland Artists Gallery

  The Heartland Artist Gallery welcomes art in all forms and mediums, and from all artists including creative art from our youth at the area public schools, grades K-6th grade. From March 11th – March 28th the Gallery will show approximately 110 pieces from the four area elementary schools and intermediate school. Plymouth Community...
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2014 Mardi Gras Celebration at Miller’s

March 12, 2014
2014 Mardi Gras Celebration at Miller’s

   03/12/14 Miller’s Assisted Living Community held a Mardi Gras Celebration on Fat Tuesday.  The celebration is an annual event in which the public is invited to attend a Cajun buffet.  The beloved Mardi Gras Jester passed out Mardi Gras beads to all in attendance. The Mardi Gras Jester kept the evening lively as...
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WALORSKI APPLAUDS PASSAGE OF GABRIELLA MILLER KIDS FIRST RESEARCH ACT

March 12, 2014
WALORSKI APPLAUDS PASSAGE OF GABRIELLA MILLER KIDS FIRST RESEARCH ACT

  WASHINGTON, D.C.–Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Tuesday applauded the U.S. Senate’s bipartisan passage of the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019), a bill she co-sponsored. This bill would redirect $126 million in federal funding for presidential campaigns and conventions to pediatric medical research.  “It is a wonderful to see lawmakers from both parties working...
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“Bald Eagles in Indiana” Program at CUTPL

March 12, 2014
“Bald Eagles in Indiana” Program at CUTPL

  Culver-Marcia Caine, a local Bald Eagle enthusiast, will be at the Culver Union Township Public Library to speak about Bald Eagles in Indiana. This program will be held on Monday, March 17 at 6:00 P.M. in the large meeting room.   Marcia, a retired nurse who had always been a backyard bird watcher, became...
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Marshall County Sheriff phone service has been restored.

March 12, 2014
Marshall County Sheriff phone service has been restored.

    Phone service has been restored to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department. All services are back in working order. Thank you for your patience.   Call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.
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REMC Restoring Power

March 12, 2014

  Marshall County REMC currently has restored three of the four substations.  The last substation, serving the Northwest portion of the county is expected to be restored within the next half hour.  There may still be few additional outages caused by the weight of snow on power lines and wind. Marshall County REMC advises...
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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Phone Lines Down…9-1-1 will roll over to Kosciusko

March 12, 2014
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Phone Lines Down…9-1-1 will roll over to Kosciusko

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has no phone lines at this time. CenturyLink has been notified to repair the problem. If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1. Those calls will roll to Kosciusko County, and Kosciusko County will notify us via radio. For non-emergency calls, dial 952-3289. Thank you for your patience.   Call 9-1-1...
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REMC Power Outages

March 12, 2014
REMC Power Outages

Due to last night’s snow and ice storm, Marshall County REMC currently has interrupted power to 4 substations affecting approximately 3,873 of our members in the Northwest, Central and Northeast part of the county.  In addition, there may be outages outside those 4 substations.  Marshall County REMC advises members to call their 24/7 outage...
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Wednesday Closings and Cancellations

March 12, 2014

The American Red Cross Blood Drive scheduled at Argos United Methodist Church for today has been canceled due to winter weather. To schedule a blood donation appointment when travel is safe, please visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS. As weather and road conditions have deteriorated, Ancilla College will be closed today. “Exercise classes at...
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