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CASA of Marshall County Announces 1st Volunteer of the Month

March 17, 2015
CASA of Marshall County Announces 1st Volunteer of the Month

CASA of Marshall County executive director Haley Kittrell announced the first CASA Volunteer of the Month this week. Kittrell said, “All of our volunteers deserve recognition for all their hard work, and the Board of Directors has decided that we will try and recognize our volunteers who go above and beyond.”  She explained that volunteers...
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Ancilla Student Interning in Taiwan this Summer

March 17, 2015
Ancilla Student Interning in Taiwan this Summer

Autumn Ganser does not shy away from an adventure; you may even call her a free spirit. But she wasn’t always this way; in fact, a few years ago she had her life all planned out but she explains “God had other plans for her.” Ganser, a sophomore graduating this spring from Ancilla College...
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City Engineering Dept. to Fund Feasibility Study for Tennis Courts

March 17, 2015
City Engineering Dept. to Fund Feasibility Study for Tennis Courts

A feasibility study to look at the current location of the tennis courts in Centennial Park was approved Monday night during a special Park Board meeting. Last week City Engineer Rick Gaul, Jeannine Xaver the City Clerk Treasurer, Mayor Mark Senter, City Attorney Sean Surrisi, Tennis Committee Chairman Sarah Smith and Park Board President...
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Goshen Man Arrested for Intimidation, Stalking & Harassment

March 17, 2015
Goshen Man  Arrested for Intimidation, Stalking & Harassment

A 20 year old Goshen man was arrested early Sunday morning after a complaint was received at the Bremen Police Department from a female who felt threatened by the subject. The unnamed female called the Bremen Police Department after she had met Skyler Nissley on a social media dating site and he indicated he...
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Severe Weather Sirens to Sound Thursday at 10:15 am & 7:35 pm

March 17, 2015
Severe Weather Sirens to Sound Thursday at 10:15 am & 7:35 pm

Governor Mike Pence has proclaimed this week, March 15 through the 21st as Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana. The National Weather Service, in conjunction with the Indiana State Police and Public Safety Commission, Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Department of Education, the Indiana Broadcaster’s Association, the Red Cross, and Amateur Radio Operators will...
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Starke County Sheriff Warns of Scams

March 17, 2015
Starke County Sheriff Warns of Scams

Telephone scams have been a problem in the Starke County area for quite some time. A different type of phone scam has recently been reported to the Starke County Sheriff’s Department. Residents have been receiving telephone calls from people claiming to be with software companies. The people inquire on whether or not a person’s...
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N.D. Shakespeare Actors at PHS

March 17, 2015
N.D. Shakespeare Actors at PHS

Shakespeare at Notre Dame graced Plymouth High School with their presence last week as six professional Shakespearean actors performed Romeo and Juliet here at the school. In the audience were dozens of freshmen students who are enrolled in English this trimester. For one full hour the actors kept students focused on the play made famous by William Shakespeare. This is...
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Triton Elementary Students Learn about Earthen Dam

March 17, 2015
Triton Elementary Students Learn about Earthen Dam

The first week of this month was a big week for third graders at Triton Elementary because students were working extra hard to show their personal best on the ISTEP test. Students still enjoyed learning about science in the afternoons.  Their recent “Big Idea” was to learn about how natural materials can meet the needs of plants, animals,...
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ISP finds Warsaw Mother with Active Meth Lab in Pickup

March 17, 2015
ISP finds Warsaw Mother with Active Meth Lab in Pickup

Kosciusko County – Last Saturday a Warsaw women was stopped by the state police on US 30 near Parker St. in Warsaw for running a traffic light.  Indiana State Police Lieutenant Chad Larsh soon discovered after talking to the women that she was acting abnormal and showing signs of drug and alcohol impairment. The driver...
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Contractor Selected to install Playground Equipment for Freedom

March 17, 2015
Contractor Selected to install Playground Equipment for Freedom

Monday evening the Plymouth Park Board conducted a special meeting to award the bid for the instillation of the news playground equipment for the new all-inclusive Freedom Park in Packard Woods. Earlier this month two bids were opened for the project.  Recreation Insites from Fishers presented a base bid of $167,698.66 while Sinclair Recreation...
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