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Standoff comes to an end.

October 25, 2012

There are few details from a tense situation this afternoon after a man doused himself in gasoline and threatened to set himself on fire.
It took place at a home on 11B Road outside of Plymouth.
For more than three hours, police and first responders monitored the situation and tried to engage the man.
Around 5 p.m., police were able to come up on and subdue the man.
The man was transported to the hospital. The extent of his injuries were unknown at this time.
Nobody else was at the home during the time of the situation.

Treasurer's office now open

October 25, 2012

Jasper County Judge John D. Potter issued a continuance on the request to have Starke County Commissioners, Starke County Treasurer Linda Belork and their counsel in Jasper Court Monday, Oct. 29 to explain to the judge why they believe they should not be held in contempt of court for closing the Starke County Treasurer's office last Monday until the matter of Belork's lack of bond is rectified.

3 vehicle crash shuts down U.S. 30 E.

October 25, 2012

PLYMOUTH — U.S. 30 East was closed for two hours this morning following a three-vehicle crash.
Corporal Ray West with the Plymouth Police Department, who responded to the scene, said that the driver of a pickup truck rear-ended a box truck, causing the box truck to hit a semi and flip over.
The driver of the pickup truck was airlifted to Memorial Hospital in South Bend with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the box truck was transported to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth.
The Marshall County Sheriff's Department also responded to the accident.

Divine season can continue for the Irish

October 25, 2012

SOUTH BEND — The idea that this Notre Dame season is otherworldly is a bit absurd to me.
I don’t think this season is touched by God because Notre Dame is a Catholic University.
But I do believe sometimes in sports, a team can get going, and despite logic or stats, can do remarkable things.
This year’s Fighting Irish are that sort of team.
Let’s start with the cold hard facts (not brought to you by any beer company).
Notre Dame is second in the country in fewest points allowed at 9.4 points per game.
The Irish are tied for ninth in sacks and 24th in interceptions.

ND to be on reality TV this weekend

October 25, 2012

SOUTH BEND — After Notre Dame’s 17-14 escape from its “trap” game Saturday against BYU, the expression used the most by players and coaches afterwards to describe the victory was ‘It wasn’t pretty, but …’.
But it was a win and the Irish faithful will take it, a sterling 7-0 record, and the No. 5 national ranking that goes with being one of only 11 unbeatens left in college football.

Results 10-25

October 25, 2012

College volleyball
Lady Chargers finish regular season
In their final regular season match of the year, the Ancilla College volleyball team fell to NJCAA No. 3 Grand Rapids Community College 27-25, 25-7, 25-15.

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