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Coming to Town to Sell Meth Nets 10 Years in Prison

February 20, 2014
Coming to Town to Sell Meth Nets 10 Years in Prison

  02/20/14 Frank Andert, Jr., age 30, of North Liberty, was facing a felony charge in St. Joseph County of operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic violator.  He told an informant here in Marshall County that he needed money to pay his South Bend lawyer, so he wanted to sell some methamphetamine.  In...
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One Book One County – Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

February 19, 2014
One Book One County – Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

  02/20/14 Listed by Amazon as one of the top new novels of 2013, The Orphan Train combines the plight of foster children in today’s society, and that of orphans and other homeless children in the early part of the 20th century to create a tale of hope, survival, and triumph of the human...
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Coats Says Disinterment of Indianapolis Murderer Corrects Unacceptable Mistake

February 19, 2014
Coats Says Disinterment of Indianapolis Murderer Corrects Unacceptable Mistake

  02/20/14 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) issued the following statement regarding the disinterment of Michael L. Anderson today from Fort Custer National Cemetery in Michigan. Anderson shot and killed Indianapolis resident Alicia Dawn Koehl on May 30, 2012 and was later buried – against current law – with full military honors. “On this day...
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American Red Cross Youth Programs Help Build a New Generation of Blood Donors

February 19, 2014
American Red Cross Youth Programs Help Build a  New Generation of Blood Donors

  02/20/14 When young people, from elementary school to college, become involved with American Red Cross blood drives, they learn the importance and need to help save lives through blood donation. For many, it’s an experience that can shape adult behavior.     “We want our youth to know they can make a huge difference...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Special Valentine Dinner

February 19, 2014
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Special Valentine Dinner

  02/20/14 Miller’s Assisted Living residents enjoyed a lovely homemade Valentine meal on the evening of February 14th while listening to beautiful harp melodies.  The evening menu included shrimp cocktail, beef tips with button mushrooms and sautéed onions over noodles, fresh asparagus and a crusty roll.  Angel food cake with fresh strawberries was served...
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Flooding probability increasing as snow continues to melt and heavy rain is forecast for Thursday. Take action now.

February 19, 2014
Flooding probability increasing as snow continues to melt and heavy rain is forecast for Thursday. Take action now.

  02/20/14 ***FLOODING PROBABILITY INCREASING*** Temperatures will continue to rise over the next two days which will allow for the continued melting of the extensive snowpack. The release of much, if not potentially all of the 1.5 to 4 inches of water trapped in the snow will begin to set the stage for increasing...
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ISP Warning of Driving in High Water Conditions

February 19, 2014
ISP Warning of Driving in High Water Conditions

  02/19/15 With all the snow we have on the ground now melting, and with rain forecast for later in the week, you can bet Hoosier Motorists will be experiencing water covered roadways. The Indiana State Police have listed some safety tips below in case you encounter high water conditions. •Always carry a cell...
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County Highway Superintendent Seeks Pay Raise for 2 Employees and 2 New Employees

February 19, 2014
County Highway Superintendent Seeks Pay Raise for 2 Employees and 2 New Employees

    02/19/14 Marshall County Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck told the County Commissioners that he will be taking two positions to the county’s personnel committee with updated job descriptions and seeking reclassification.  He said the newly hired sign person is also doing mechanic work and truck driving and the news part person is also...
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M.C. Musuem to Host Auto Indiana & Bill Wagoner Exhibits

February 18, 2014
M.C. Musuem to Host Auto Indiana & Bill Wagoner Exhibits

  02/19/14 Diners, Drive-ins and Dives of Marshall County are being featured with the traveling “Auto Indiana Exhibit” and the new “Tribute to Bill Wagoner Exhibit.”  Not only is the museum showcasing the influence of the automobile in Marshall County, but also the musical impact of the late, Bill Wagoner, of Wagoner Music Shop,...
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A Note from Superintendent Tyree

February 18, 2014
A Note from Superintendent Tyree

  02/19/2014 Social media is a way for people to voice their comments and not have to face those the comments are made about.  On Monday many were questioning why some area schools were dismissing early since we hadn’t seen the first snowflake.  About 3 the skies opened up and drivers in Marshall County...
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