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Is Your Neighbor’s Grass Too Tall?

June 2, 2011
Is Your Neighbor’s Grass Too Tall?

06/03/11 How tall does the grass and weeds have to get before action is taken by the city? During last week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Code Enforcement Officer Keith Hammonds told members that he sent out 10 letters to various property owners around the city notifying them of a violation of...
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Riverside 6th Graders Honored with Visit from FBI

June 2, 2011
Riverside 6th Graders Honored with Visit from FBI

06/03/11  F.B.I. Special Agent Tim Theriault had the message of “Being Careful” as he commended sixth grade students at Riverside Intermediate School on their knowledge of how to be safe surfing the internet. “I tell students that they are safer sleeping in their homes with their doors unlocked then they are chatting with just anyone...
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Ancilla College to Host New Student Orientation

June 2, 2011
Ancilla College to Host New Student Orientation

06/03/11  Ancilla College will be hosting a New Student Orientation on Tuesday, June 7, the College has announced. The orientation will begin at 12:00 p.m. EDT on the grounds of the Ancilla College campus and is open to all new Ancilla College students and their families. Students and parents will be able to learn...
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UNSOLICITED GOODS HINDER RECOVERY EFFORTS IN MISSOURI

June 2, 2011
UNSOLICITED GOODS HINDER RECOVERY EFFORTS IN MISSOURI

06/03/11  The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has been asked to spread the word that unsolicited goods and volunteers are hindering the effectiveness of response and recovery efforts in Joplin, Missouri.  Emergency responders in Missouri say that critical resources and personnel in the affected area are being redirected from the important work of response...
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County Dive Team Urges Water Safety

June 2, 2011
County Dive Team Urges Water Safety

06/03/11  With warm weather upon us, the Marshall County Dive Team would like to remind everyone to practice water safety this summer and to be aware of the dangers of water.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, with an average of 10 unintentional drowning deaths per day nationally, drowning is the...
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Lincoln Welders Presents the Friday, June 3rd program Racing returns this Sunday, June 5th

June 2, 2011
Lincoln Welders Presents the Friday, June 3rd program Racing returns this Sunday, June 5th

06/03/11  This Friday, June 3rd at the Action Track of the Midwest, Plymouth Speedway along with Lincoln Welders presents “Schools Out for the Summer” featuring the Outlaw Late Models, Late Models and Street Stocks.  Those 17 and under presenting a student I.D. or the latest report card will be admitted FREE.  Also added to...
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5th Annual Yellow River Festival this Weekend

June 2, 2011
5th Annual Yellow River Festival this Weekend

06/03/11  This weekend brings the 5th Annual Yellow River Festival, June 4 from 9am to 8pm. Music from festival performers can be heard free on Friday, June 3, at various locations: Marcy Prochaska playing hammered dulcimer  at the Argos Public Library (2pm), Beth Pare and her harp at Culver Coffee Company (6pm), folk music...
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Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

June 2, 2011
Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

06/03/11  The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for April 2011.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties.  Traffic tickets issued                         1,314 Warnings issued                                  2,306 D.U.I. arrests                                              29 Criminal arrests                                      107 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs)   29
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Craft Activities Keep Residents at Miller’s Busy

June 2, 2011
Craft Activities Keep Residents at Miller’s Busy

06/03/11  Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community have been busy with creating fun projects the past few days.  They were given some fresh rhubarb by a volunteer and they found a recipe for easy rhubarb freezer jam.  Several of the ladies gathered in the Recreation Center Kitchen with Activity Director, Cindy Flagg and made...
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LaPaz Burger King Burglary

June 1, 2011
LaPaz Burger King Burglary

06/02/11 Marshall County Police are investigating a break in at the Burger King in LaPaz.  On Sunday May 29th around 11:30 P.M. the Burger King Restaurant in LaPaz closed for the night.  On Monday May 30th around 4:30 A.M. when the morning manger came in to open the restaurant she noticed that sometime during...
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