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Highlights of New Indiana Laws that go into Effect July 1st

June 30, 2015
Highlights of New Indiana Laws that go into Effect July 1st

Many new laws come into effect in Indiana on July 1st.  Here are six new laws that come into effect in Indiana on Wednesday that you may not have heard of. Sawed-off shotguns, also known as short-barreled shotguns, will be legal in Indiana. The General Assembly approved the bill to bring state law more in line...
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Walorski Statement on Iran Nuclear Agreement Deadlin

June 30, 2015
Walorski Statement on Iran Nuclear Agreement Deadlin

WASHINGTON D.C. – Tuesday, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after the expiration of the June 30 nuclear agreement deadline with Iran: “Today, the administration failed to finalize a nuclear agreement with Iran and extended the deadline by another week.  The United States has already made significant concessions in these negotiations and...
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Democrats Work to Fill November Municipal Ballot in Plymouth

June 30, 2015
Democrats Work to Fill November Municipal Ballot in Plymouth

Registered voters in the Plymouth Municipal General Election in November will have a few more choices with the addition of two more democrats to the ballot. Last week Max Schuh filed to fill the democratic vacancy for City Council in Precinct 2 and Warren Allen, the brother of Cliff Allen filed to fill the...
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Bremen Firemen’s Festival Opens Tonight

June 30, 2015
Bremen Firemen’s Festival Opens Tonight

Come and celebrate the 4th of July at the Bremen Firemen’s Festival, featuring Luehrs’ Ideal Rides and Midway! The Bremen Firemen’s Festival is a family oriented event with fun for the whole family that opens Tuesday, June 30th and continues until Saturday, July 4th. Sunnyside Park on the corner of East Maple Street and South...
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Quissell Crowned 2015 Miss Blueberry

June 30, 2015
Quissell Crowned 2015 Miss Blueberry

Saturday, June 27th, the 49th Annual Blueberry Festival, kicked off the Labor Day weekend event, by crowning the 2015 Miss Blueberry, Cassandra Quissell.  Twenty-two lovely ladies representing Marshall County vied for the title.    The contestants each had a personal interview with the judges, earlier in the day and  in front of a packed crowd at Argos High...
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Wooden Peel in Bremen, Northern IN Pizza Winner

June 29, 2015
Wooden Peel in Bremen, Northern IN Pizza Winner

After more than six weeks and 100,000 votes, Northern Indiana has finally found its best Pizza! The voting finally came to an end last night at midnight. The Wooden Peel of Marshall County was voted the best pizza in Northern Indiana. The Wooden Peel in Bremen beat out The Café at the Bowling Alley...
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County Officer Arrests 2 Females from South Ben

June 29, 2015
County Officer Arrests 2 Females from South Ben

On Thursday, June 25, an Argos business contacted the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and reported a female acting suspicious, possibly intoxicated or under the influence of a controlled substance. The told dispatch the subjects left in a blue trailblazer, northbound on US 31.  County Officer Les McFarland located the vehicle and made a traffic...
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Starke County Inmates have Video Visitation & Access to Email

June 29, 2015
Starke County Inmates have Video Visitation & Access to Email

Starke County Sheriff, William A. Dulin announced Monday evening the availability of onsite video visits at the new jail. All visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance with times available to be on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 am until 2 pm. To register for visits go to WWW.JAILATM.COM.  Once you have registered...
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Bogard Arrested for BAC Over .15

June 29, 2015
Bogard Arrested for BAC Over .15

A South Bend woman was arrested Friday afternoon after someone called in her erratic driving. 48 year old Susan J. Bogard was booked into the Marshall County Jail after Plymouth Police Officer Ray West observed the vehicle driving erratic near Michigan Street and Jackson Heights.  During the traffic stop Bogard was determined to be...
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Donnelly Visits Iraq As Part of Congressional Delegation

June 29, 2015
Donnelly Visits Iraq As Part of Congressional Delegation

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, departed Iraq Monday after traveling there with fellow Members of Congress.    Donnelly participated in a fact-finding trip to meet with Iraqi leaders and U.S. military commanders on the ground to discuss operations against ISIS. Donnelly said, “I went to Iraq to...
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