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DeMotte man nabbed for theft of trailer

JASPER COUNTY — Jasper County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested a DeMotte man for the alleged theft of several items in rural Jasper County this summer. Ronald L. Wireman, 53, was charged with two counts of theft, including the theft of property valuing between $750 and $50,000, which carries a Level 6 felony.
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Longtime Monticello barber prepares for retirement

MONTICELLO — By the time 5 p.m. rolls around July 30 (today), a longtime local barber will have given his final haircut and shave. Gordon “Gordy” Cochran is retiring at the end of the day after more than 50 years providing haircuts to White County residents. “It’s just time,” he...
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Eighteen New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Tri-County Area

The number of new positive COVID-19 cases in the state and in the area continues to increase. Nine more people in Starke County have tested positive with COVID-19, along with seven more people in Marshall County and two more people in Pulaski County. They are among 1,461 new cases reported statewide in Friday’s report from the Indiana Department of Health.
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Monticello beef producers become owners of national beef e-commerce company

MONTICELLO — A Monticello family is taking its cattle-producing farm into the e-commerce world — and, in the process, owning a piece of cyberspace. The Roaches — Rick, Sharon and Richard Roach, and Courtney Dyer — are now one of 17 families taking part in selling their beef products online at betterfedbeef.com. As owners, operators and producers of beef at Rakr Farms, they also attained an ownership stake in the website by virtue of their participation.
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