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City Resident Not Happy with City Cleanup Process

June 9, 2015
City Resident Not Happy with City Cleanup Process

Monday evening during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety a resident from Lake Avenue appeared very distressed over actions of the City Street Department. Clara Sue Sterling of 2220 Lake Avenue wanted to address the board concerning some cleanup work that happened on her property on May 22nd. Mayor Senter had spoken...
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Escalant Arrested for Theft

June 9, 2015
Escalant Arrested for Theft

Sunday afternoon about 3:45 Plymouth Police Officer Stuart Krynock was dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a theft complaint.  After meeting with Wal-Mart Loss Prevention the officer arrested 33 year old David Escalant of Plymouth for theft. Escalant was booked into the Marshall County Jail for theft and held on a $755...
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Taste of Culver this Saturday

June 8, 2015
Taste of Culver this Saturday

The Culver Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the annual Taste of Culver this Saturday, June 13th from 11 until 2. The Taste of Culver is a festival that showcases and promotes restaurants that serve the Culver area. It also promotes other Culver businesses by bringing residents and visitors into town. The Taste of Culver...
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Richland, MI Man Arrested for OWI and Possession of Marijuana

June 8, 2015

Sunday evening about 11:45 County Officer Nick Laffoon observed a vehicle traveling in excess of 90 miles an hour on US 30 west of Tulip Road.  A traffic stop was conducted near the Grovertown Truck Stop and the officer believed the driver, 28 year old John c. Toschlog of Richland MI had been consuming...
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Bremen PD Activity Report 5/30 – 6/4/15

June 8, 2015
Bremen PD Activity Report 5/30 – 6/4/15

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released his departmental activity report for May 30th through June 4th.  Bremen officers issued a total of 21 traffic warnings and 6 citations. Bremen officers investigated four crashes: on May 30th a property damage accident at Lincoln and Washington Streets, a property damage accident on June 1st at Betterway...
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South Bend Man Injured in Fir Road Crash

June 8, 2015
South Bend Man Injured in Fir Road Crash

Sunday morning about 2:30 Marshall County Police Officer Bragg investigated a single vehicle accident on Fir Road north of 7th Road. According to his report a 2005 Chevrolet Impala was north bound on Fir Road when it ran off the roadway on the right side and collided with a tree.  The vehicle came to...
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A Musical Brown Bag Lunch event at the Museum

June 8, 2015
A Musical Brown Bag Lunch event at the Museum

The Marshall County Museum is featuring a musical Brown Bag Lunch Event Friday, June 10, from 12-1 with tunes of the 30s, 40s and 50s! These popular vintage hits will be performed by a group of retired members of the Maxinkuckee Singers called, “Stage ll.”  They will be singing songs entitled, “A Big Band...
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Triton Students Honored in TXT L8R

June 8, 2015
Triton Students Honored in TXT L8R

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann Friday honored 30 Indiana high school and college students who earned $5,000 scholarships by urging their social media followers to “Drive Now. TXT L8R.” “A texting driver is 23 times more likely to get into a crash than a non-texting driver,” said Lt. Governor Ellspermann, who voted for the texting...
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Marshall County EMA Offers Swim Season Safety Tips

June 8, 2015
Marshall County EMA Offers Swim Season Safety Tips

Summer is just around the corner and swimming is a great way to beat that summer heat. But it’s important to know how to be safe while enjoying the water.  Drowning is the leading cause of accidental injury and death among American children aged 1 to 4, and can occur in as little as...
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Senator Head Supported New Law on Dyslexia

June 8, 2015
Senator Head Supported New Law on Dyslexia

This year the General Assembly worked to support students with dyslexia, which is a reading and learning disorder that affects 20 percent of American students. One of the challenges of dyslexia is that it can be tricky to diagnose because poor reading and writing skills are often mistaken for other disabilities. Teachers are frequently unable to...
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