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Subject Arrested in INDOT Worker Assault Case

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November 18, 2014
Subject Arrested in INDOT Worker Assault Case

Tuesday Indiana State Trooper David Caswell arrested Richard A. Roe, 56, of Rochester for battery. The battery charge stemmed from an incident where Roe is accused of assaulting an Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) worker on State Road 331 in Bourbon on November 7. According to Trooper Caswell, Roe became a suspect in the...
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Heminger House Selling Discount Cards

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November 18, 2014
Heminger House Selling Discount Cards

The Heminger House has a great stocking stuffer idea for you! For $10 you can purchase a discount card that is full of discounts from local merchants. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to serve the clients of the Heminger House Women and Children’s Shelter. The discount cards don’t expire until 11/01/2015. Merchants...
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November 16-22, 2014 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

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November 18, 2014
November 16-22, 2014  Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

November 16th – 22nd has been designated as Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana. Although winter does not officially arrive until December 21st, we have been provided a preview of coming attractions the last couple of days. Being prepared and having a plan will help keep you safe and minimize the impact caused by...
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Sister Power Fuels Volleyball Spirit

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November 18, 2014
Sister Power Fuels Volleyball Spirit

For Sister Jolise May, the Ancilla Volleyball team is proof that there is no intergenerational barrier when there is a meeting of the hearts. Aside from finishing up their last game of the regular season with a hard fought five set victory over the Bruins of Kellogg CC and concluding another twenty win season,...
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Truck Driver Arrested in Marshall County Buggy Crash

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November 18, 2014
Truck Driver Arrested in Marshall County Buggy Crash

The Indiana State Police have arrested Laurie Bope, 44, of Goshen for her involvement in a crash that happened last Friday afternoon. The crash that occurred on US 6 near Dogwood Rd. in Bremen, involved a horse drawn buggy and a pickup truck. The accident left Bope uninjured but sent the operator of the...
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Senator Head Promoting Indiana Job Growth

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November 18, 2014
Senator Head Promoting Indiana Job Growth

Indiana’s tax climate is eighth-best in the nation, according to rankings recently released by the non-partisan Tax Foundation. State Senator Randy Head recently released his thoughts on economics in Indiana. The Tax Foundation’s 2015 State Business Tax Climate Index noted Indiana’s commitment to phasing down its corporate income tax from 7 percent to 4.9...
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New Clay Installed at Plymouth Speedway, Banquet Scheduled

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November 18, 2014
New Clay Installed at Plymouth Speedway, Banquet Scheduled

Truckload after truckload of clay have been brought into the Plymouth Speedway the past couple of weekends to build a better racing surface for the 2015 season. About a three-quarters of the track has new clay and the process is ongoing. The entire surface will be ready for the start of the season on...
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County Approves Farm Lease at $352 an Acre

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November 18, 2014
County Approves Farm Lease at $352 an Acre

There was interest in the 3 year lease of the County Farm. During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting four bids were opened to lease the 163 acres. Robin Roberts, current lessee bid $188.50 per acre while Smith Family Farms submitted a bid of $282 per acre. J.R. Stoller Farms from Bremen offered a bid of...
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Rebecca Salyer Arested for Meth

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November 18, 2014
Rebecca Salyer Arested for Meth

Just after noon on Saturday, November 15th Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to a call of unknown subjects dumping trash in a dumpster near Garro and 3rd Streets. When Officer Weir arrived the concerned citizen said that 28 year old Rebecca L. Salyer of Plymouth and an unknown male...
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Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettles in Marshall County

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November 17, 2014
Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettles in Marshall County

In 1891, Salvation Army Captain Joseph McFee was distraught because so many poor individuals in San Francisco were going hungry. During the holiday season, he resolved to provide a free Christmas dinner for the destitute and poverty-stricken. He only had one major hurdle to overcome — funding the project. Where would the money come...
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