ARGOS – The Marshall County 4-H Fair continues through Friday.
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Humidity will increase into the weekend and this will lead to dangerously hot conditions, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
BREMEN — Tickets for the July 28 Bremen Architectural Tour may be purchased at the Bremen Town Hall, the Bremen History Center, Yoder's Hardware and the Marshall County Museum.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb requested on Friday an U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretarial disaster designation for 88 counties due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season.
We would like to take a moment to clear up any misunderstanding that may be circulating regarding the recent temporary closure of the Bremen Public Pool.
BREMEN -- After 29 years on the Bremen Police Department, Assistant Chief Keith Fraine is stepping away from his position, but not from assisting the town.
BREMEN – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that U.S. 6 will close Monday in Marshall County for culvert replacements.
CULVER — A walk through the history – both distant and more recent – and contemporary story of firefighting in and around Culver will take place Saturday, July 13, starting at 10 a.m. at the Culver fire station at Lake Shore Drive and State Street.
PLYMOUTH — A Bremen man was being held in the Marshall County Jail on $3,000 cash bond late Friday after he was arrested early Thursday on allegations he drove drunk, resisted officers and had drug paraphernalia in his possession.
PLYMOUTH — The carjacking of a vehicle on Plymouth’s northwest side sparked a three-county pursuit that ended in Whitley County with an officer’s K9’s death.
BREMEN — A Bremen man was being held on $10,000 cash bond in the Marshall County Jail late Wednesday on allegations he inappropriately touched a juvenile.
The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana is predicting that some locations may see a shower or storm into this evening with an isolated severe storm possible.
St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Bremen recently announced that Reid Otto has accepted its Call to become the Principal of St. Paul’s School.
American Legion #131 awarded two scholarships, each in the amount of $700, to Richard Clark III and Megan Simpson. Congratulations! Read more news from Starke County in this week's edition of The Leader. It is on sale now. Call 574-936-3101 to subscribe.
BREMEN -- During the Bremen Public Schools board meeting, Assistant Principal Andrew Rhode shared his enthusiasm for the school’s first semester-long Entrepreneurship Class, which culminated in a May 21 pitch night.
It will be hot and humid for the rest of today and through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
BREMEN -- The 2020 Bremen Master Plan was unveiled during a community input meeting on June 11 in town hall, presented by Troyer Group landscape architect Mike Reese.
BREMEN—Bremen Public School is proud to announce that Shelby Frazier, a 2010 Bremen High School graduate, has been hired to be the new choral music teacher.
BREMEN — There will be a sobriety checkpoint in central Marshall County during Saturday night, according to Bremen police Officer Troy Ulch.
PLYMOUTH – One of seven people arrested during a Tippecanoe drug sweep over a year ago has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the cases against him.
PLYMOUTH – One of two men charged with stealing from a Bremen church last year has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the case.
BREMEN -- Keith Fraine recently announced his retirement from the Bremen Police Department after 32 years as a police officer, 29 of those at Bremen.
BREMEN -- People often associate fireworks with the Fourth of July, but the annual Bremen Firemen’s Festival “Gigantic Fireworks Display” proves it’s never too early to celebrate with them.
More rain is predicted for Marshall and Starke counties, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.The image shows the updated rainfall amounts from the Weather Prediction Center Forecast Rainfall into early next week, according to the NWS.
BREMEN -- Each year, downtown Bremen lights up with carnival rides, fireworks and more for the annual Bremen Firemen’s Festival, always kicking off with a parade.
NAPPANEE — With nearly 40 books and two Hallmark movies under her belt, Fort Wayne-based author Denise Hunter visited the Nappanee Public Library to share her writing journey at the end of May.
PLYMOUTH – A 46-year-old Bourbon woman was being held on $50,000 cash bail late Wednesday in the Marshall County Jail on allegations she stole about $130,000 from her Argos employer.
NAPPANEE—In under three months Brandie Yoder has been approached to run for District Two Common Council position — prayed over the matter — accepted the call — devised a campaign — and won the nomination during the May Republican Primary election.
Giovanni Pitzurra of Italy and Marie Ahrend of Germany are wrapping up their only year at Bremen High School, and are preparing to return to their home countries.
BREMEN -- “When people think of Bremen, I want them to think of not a person, but a lion who drives a sports car and hacks Facebook.”
PLYMOUTH -- Five Marshall County D.A.R.E. students were honored Thursday, May 16, at the 28th annual Project D.A.R.E. of Marshall County banquet.
PLYMOUTH – A Warsaw man arrested following what police say was a short standoff in Tippecanoe last week faces four charges of dealing methamphetamine in Marshall County.
- 10-year Starke County 4-H members honored for efforts
- Officials: Bardwell Aquatics Center on schedule
- Marshall County 4-H Fair rolling on
- NWS: Storms possible tonight, then the heat, humidity set in
- Tickets on sale for Bremen Architectural Tour
- Holcomb seeks federal disaster declaration for much of state due to persistent spring rains
- NWS: Dangerous heat likely this week
- After broken glass, new rules set for Bremen pool
- Formal charges filed in connection with alleged hatchet attack in downtown Plymouth
- North Judson woman gets nearly 6 years for dealing meth, co-defendant's case still unresolved
- Police pursuit starts in Plymouth, spans 3 counties and ends in death of police K9
- 1 dead, 4 injured in crash outside Warsaw
- MCSD: OWI driver flees deputy on foot, gets Tasered
- Memorial service next week for police K9 killed in fiery collision following pursuit that started in Plymouth
- Warsaw police seek public’s help after driver, who is a convicted sex offender, collides with train
- MCSD: Bremen man arrested for sexual misconduct with minor
- After broken glass, new rules set for Bremen pool
- ISP: Trooper finds driver with syringe in arm after stopping to help motorist