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Walorski Votes to Lower Healthcare Costs, Dismantle Obamacare

October 25, 2015
Walorski Votes to Lower Healthcare Costs, Dismantle Obamacare

WASHINGTON, DC – On Friday, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after voting for H.R. 3762, the Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act, legislation that would dismantle key pieces of Obamacare: “Today’s vote puts us that much closer to the goal of getting rid of Obamacare. This law has buried Hoosiers under oppressive mandates,...
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2015 Dine Out For United Way Off To Great Start

October 25, 2015
2015 Dine Out For United Way Off To Great Start

The 2015 Dine Out for United Way event is underway in communities across Marshall County. Twenty four participating restaurants are raising money to support twenty four nonprofit agencies here in Marshall County through United Way. Each participating restaurant has pledged a portion of their sales on designated days. Diners can eat and give back...
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Sheriff Looks for Funds to Cover Drug Counseling Costs

October 25, 2015
Sheriff Looks for Funds to Cover Drug Counseling Costs

Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin wants to charge inmates a fee to cover the cost of drug counseling services at the jail. He presented his idea to the county commissioners Monday evening. “What we came up with was the convicted inmate reimbursement cost of incarceration. It’s an ordinance. Basically we’re going to assess a...
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Sectional Volleyball Champs

October 25, 2015
Sectional Volleyball Champs

Triton High School …2015 Volleyball Sectional Champions… two years straight!!!    Go, Blue!
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Plymouth Man Arrested After Taking Alcohol from Martin’s

October 24, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested After Taking Alcohol from Martin’s

On Thursday, October 22, at 1:19 p.m., the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding a subject that had just stolen an item from Martin’s Supermarket in Plymouth and was leaving the store. The concerned person was following the suspect across Columbus Drive. Detective Leo Mangus arrived and attempted to apprehend the suspect who...
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Community leaders in Marshall, St. Joseph Counties Addressing Uninsured Crisis

October 24, 2015
Community leaders in Marshall, St. Joseph Counties Addressing Uninsured Crisis

More than 14,000 people in Marshall and St. Joseph counties combined are living without insurance coverage, forcing many to live in fear of getting sick, or to forgo medical and preventive care to address current illnesses. Organizations such Covering Kids and Families and its lead agency, United Health Services, and others are sounding the...
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Ketchem Apprehended by Court Service and County Police

October 24, 2015
Ketchem Apprehended by Court Service and County Police

On Thursday, October 22, Marshall County Police assisted officers with Marshall County Court Services in apprehending wanted escapee, Olivia Ketcham. Ms. Ketcham who is alleged to have removed her home detention ankle bracelet agreed to turn herself over to authorities.   She is currently lodged at the Marshall County Jail with a $50,000 cash...
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Man Arrested for Road Rage

October 24, 2015
Man Arrested for Road Rage

County Police Officer Les McFarland investigated a “road rage” incident on Friday. At approximately 8:20 October 23, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained a 911-emergency call from a motorist advising of a road rage incident in the area of US 31 and 14C Road.   A driver was ramming another vehicle causing damage to the...
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Woman rescued through sunroof before car goes up in flames, Argos Man Assists

October 24, 2015
Woman rescued through sunroof before car goes up in flames, Argos Man Assists

BOONE COUNTY – A woman who crashed in Boone County Thursday afternoon was rescued by two off-duty firefighters and the driver of a semi she hit, according to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office says Ashley Birge, 30, of Lebanon, was driving west on State Road 32 from US 421 around 12:50...
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Safety Tips for Traffic Stops

October 22, 2015
Safety Tips for Traffic Stops

Every day in Indiana there are hundreds if not thousands of traffic stops that are performed by legitimate law enforcement officials performing their sworn duty. On a very rare occasion, a person impersonating a police enforcement officer comes to the attention of law enforcement and the public after performing a bogus traffic stop or...
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