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HAMLET— The Hamlet town council has decided to reinitiate their sidewalk 50/50 program for the 2020 construction season. In this program, town residents can replace or put in a sidewalk on their property and pay half the cost with the town paying the other half. Anyone interested can contact…

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Although the original Flood Warning was scaled back to a Flood Watch on Saturday, there are two road closures in Marshall County.  According to MC Highway Superintendent Jason Peters, Hickory Rd. from 7th to 7B road and 8th Rd. from Hickory to Grape are expected to be closed until Monday morning.

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BREMEN — Bremen Students are now being offered free outpatient counseling sessions, as part of a partnership between the Bowen Center and the Bremen School Corp.

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PLYMOUTH – A National Weather Service of Northern Indiana has issued a flood watch for almost all of Northern Indiana, beginning later Thursday and going through Saturday evening.

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SOUTH BEND – A young Walkerton pastor’s son will spend no time behind bars after he pleaded guilty in late December to five counts of possession of child pornography – which included sexual acts involving toddlers – and a single count of burglary for peering at a neighbor’s daughter in her bedroom.

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KNOX — During the Tuesday, Dec. 10 meeting of the Knox City Council, Michael Burayidi, PhD from Ball State University gave a presentation about what his team of students will be doing in regards to urban revitalization and facade improvement for the City.

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Lincolnway Auto Body is one of the local car dealerships and auto body repair businesses that has made its home in Marshall County. Run by the Wilson family, the shop is owned by Cecil and Pam Wilson.

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PLYMOUTH – A Kingsford Heights woman was recently sentenced to over five years in prison for dealing methamphetamine in Marshall County in 2018.

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CULVER — The Culver Town Council approved the White Cane Safety Day event permit request submitted by the Culver Lions Club. The event will be held on Saturday, May 30 to promote awareness for those who are blind or who are visually impaired. 

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KNOX – A Knox man charged with possession of child pornography and child exploitation is expected to stand trial in March, according to court records.The Starke County Prosecutor’s Office charged Paul Hoover, 37, earlier this month with possession of child pornography as a Level 6 felony, po…

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PLYMOUTH -- New to Plymouth is a one of a kind salon called Essence Spa and Salon. Owned by Julie Sweeney, this fully functioning spa and salon has been open for only three weeks! In the spa and salon there is a Himilayan salt room, a sauna, and a tanning salon among the classic aspects of a…

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PLYMOUTH — As promised at the Faith in Indiana Accountability Session held in October, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter met with members of La Voz Unida, representatives of La Casa de Amistad, and members of Faith in Indiana Tuesday evening to discuss the possibility of establishing and implementi…

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KNOX – At the Dec. 16 meeting of the Knox Community School Corporation (KCSC) School Board, board members voted to accept the resignation of Knox Community High School’s (KCHS) Principal, Dr. Elizabeth Ratliff.

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CULVER -- Crowds gathered on Lake Shore Drive and Main St. in Culver Friday, December 6 for the annual holiday event organized by the Culver Community Youth Organization (CYCO). Festivities for the evening included caroling, cookie decorating, the tree lighting, photos with Santa and for the…

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PLYMOUTH – A Bremen woman accused of selling drugs in several locations in Marshall County with her LaPaz boyfriend was recently sentenced to five years in prison after she pleaded guilty.

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BREMEN -- After nearly 60 years working in Bremen, Robert Koontz is hanging up his cap; he is retiring from Yoder’s Hardware on Dec. 27

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PLYMOUTH — On Friday, Dec. 13, the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center hosted their last Brown Bag Lunch event of the year, ‘Battle of the Bulge: A 75th Anniversary Story of a Local Soldier.’ Kurt Garner shared the touching Christmas themed story of his great uncle Harold Bryan…

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PLYMOUTH -- A new nonprofit has made its way into Marshall County. A new kind of grief center has made its home in Plymouth and aims to connect with kids who are grieving. Dustin’s Place is a non-profit child’s grief center focusing on peer support. 

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Dog of the Week: MooseMoose is a Landseer Newfoundland male. He is an extra large dog of one year old. He is good with older kids, but no cats. Cat of the Week: LisaLisa is a Siamese female. She is five years old.If you are interested in Moose, Lisa or any other pet call the dedicated staff …

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