- Senior Expo is Thursday at Plymouth High School
- Marshall County Community Foundation awards more than $100K in grants
- Walkerton man gets over 2 decades in prison for child abuse
- Layers of seasons, experiences and prayers
- Charges filed against man who allegedly fired weapon in Plymouth motel
- Local football sectional pairings set
- Scoring flurry too much for PHS to overcome
- POLL RESULTS: How much do you plan on spending to celebrate Halloween?
In late September, Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that his office would no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases when it involves an ounce or less and the person is 18 or older. (The policy does not apply to persons under the age of 18. Cases involving trafficking or dealing of marijuana and driving while under the influence of marijuana will continue to be filed and prosecuted in Marion County, according to a news release from the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office.)
- State fire marshal to determine cause of Culver ‘unsafe building’ fire
- Starke County judge nixes plea deal in case alleging meth dealing from fast food restaurant
- Knox native joins the staff at KWCHC
- Business Spotlight: Got Game?
- Meet the artist behind the mural in Culver's Heritage Park
- City of Knox purchases the Moose Lodge
- Firefighters respond to blaze at Culver house
- Formal charges filed in fatal Walkerton crash over weekend
- Bremen Chamber of Commerce honors community members
- Hammond man arrested on suspicion of OWI causing death for allegedly causing crash in Walkerton that left wife dead
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