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South Bend Couple Killed in Crash at US 6 and Miami Trail

May 12, 2011
South Bend Couple Killed in Crash at US 6 and Miami Trail

05/13/11 The Indiana State Police and the Marshall County Coroner’s Office are continuing the investigation of a two vehicle crash that killed a South Bend couple. Indiana State Police Master Trooper Michael Gruett say husband and wife, 81 year old Charles A and 82 year old Virginia L. Avery of Locust Road South Bend...
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Statewide Ban on Texting and Driving Takes Effect July 1

May 12, 2011
Statewide Ban on Texting and Driving Takes Effect July 1

05/13/11 Beginning July 1, it will be illegal for any Hoosier driver to text while behind the wheel.  Yesterday Governor Mitch Daniels signed legislation that prohibits the use of any telecommunications device to type, transmit, or read text messages or e-mail while operating a moving motor vehicle. Drivers are however permitted to use hands...
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County Police Investigations

May 12, 2011
County Police Investigations

05/13/11  On Friday, May 6th at 10:42 AM Patrolman Nicholas Laffoon with the Marshall County Police Department responded to Michigan Road north of 4th Road for a two vehicle accident.  Upon arriving, the driver of 2007 Pontiac SUV, 57 year old Mary A KleinFehn of Knox said she diverted her attention from the roadway...
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Music Fills the Air at Farmers’ Market

May 12, 2011
Music Fills the Air at Farmers’ Market

05/13/11  The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) activities will feature the music of Jefferson and Webster School students under the direction of Bob Pickell at 9. Master Gardeners will feature a display ‘Steps for a Healthy Perennial Flower Garden’ and plenty of opportunity to stock upon invasive pests of Marshall County. The Market is held...
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Ancilla Hires Beason as New Women’s Basketball Coach

May 12, 2011
Ancilla Hires Beason as New Women’s Basketball Coach

05/13/11 Ancilla College has hired Stephanie Beason as its new Head Women’s Basketball Coach, the College announced on Thursday. Beason, a native of Norwood, MO, has spent four years as an assistant for the Highland Community College women’s basketball team in Highland, KS.  She has spent the past two years as the Associate Head...
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Finishing Touches on Destiny’s Dream

May 12, 2011
Finishing Touches on Destiny’s Dream

05/13/11 A Young Ailing Plymouth girl will soon be able to realize her dream to finally have a bedroom of her own.  About a hal-dozen volunteers were at 11-year-old Destiny Cartwright’s home this past weekend priming and painting the walls of a new addition to the family’s home. Destiny is suffering from congestive heart...
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ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

May 12, 2011
ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

05/13/11 Most television viewers have seen at least part of a CSI or Law and Order episode.  These shows seemed to have spurred a new interest in law enforcement and forensics.  Now the Indiana State Police is giving young people an up close look at law enforcement through its youth camps program. Respect for...
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Pierce Road To Close East of U.S. 31 In Lakeville

May 12, 2011
Pierce Road To Close East of U.S. 31 In Lakeville

05/13/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close Pierce Road from U.S. 31 to just east of Kenilworth Road beginning Monday, May 16. Crews will begin work to upgrade the road as part of the New U.S. 31 Project. When the new highway opens to traffic, that section of Pierce Road will become...
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Miller’s Celebrates Mother’s Day with Tea

May 12, 2011
Miller’s Celebrates Mother’s Day with Tea

05/13/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community Activity Director and her volunteers invited the ladies of the facility to a Ladies Friendship Tea to honor all women for Mother’s Day.  Flagg is a firm believer that while not all woman are mothers; all women are certainly worthy of praise. Residents were asked to bring a tea...
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Riverside 6th Graders Top in Nation on FBI-SOS Safety

May 11, 2011
Riverside 6th Graders Top in Nation on FBI-SOS Safety

05/12/11  Riverside Intermediate Computer Applications teacher, Amy Gerard, received a notification last week from the Federal Bureau of Investigation that Riverside’s sixth grade students scored the highest in the nation on the April edition of the FBI-SOS Internet Safety Challenge.  Students take a pre test and then spent the whole month of April learning...
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