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Iowa man arrested after spending hours in the shower at Indiana truck stop

PLYMOUTH, Ind. — An Iowa man was arrested at a northern Indiana truck stop after police say he overstayed his welcome in the shower area. Police in Plymouth were called to the Love’s truck stop at 2952 Gary Drive at 2:12 a.m. Thursday. Employees told them a man refused to leave his shower stall after […]
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Plymouth Man Arrested On Three Child Molesting Charges

PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth man is accused of kidnapping and molesting a child earlier this month. Nathaniel James Bradley, 19, 14680 3rd Road, Plymouth, is charged with two counts of child molesting, both level 3 felonies; child molesting, a level 4 felony; kidnapping, a level 5 felony; and strangulation, a level 6 felony.
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Culver Chamber of Commerce Hosts Fireworks Event

The Culver Chamber of Commerce is hosting a fireworks event Sunday, July 3. The fireworks will be discharged over Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver at 10 p.m. ET. Join MAX 98.3 FM for the broadcast and music prior to the event with morning show host Tony Ross. Tony will be at the Damore Amphitheater at the Culver Beach beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

R-ACT's new Rochester theater hosts first show

ROCHESTER − After 30 years, R-ACT Theatre feels it's finally found a home. And Rochester's community-based theater group can't wait to show off its new Segriff Stage, a venue at 134 Brighton Ave., which opens its curtains for debut performances July 8-9 and 15-17. That first Segriff show will be "Make 'Em Laugh," ...

Plymouth City Council Holds Public Hearings on Water, Sewer Rates

The Plymouth City Council members held two public hearings Monday night on increases in the water and sewer rates. Tyler Coffel from Baker Tilly explained that the sewer rates were increased last in 2017. He said the need for the increase is because the operating revenues are lower than expected, and Capital Improvement budgets have increased.
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Daughter of law enforcement officer missing; public’s help sought

A sergeant with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding his teenage daughter who’s been missing since June 24. Gabrielle “Gaby” Greene, is a top student at Rochester High School and is believed to have fallen in with the wrong crowd, according to a news release from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.

Craighead Commemorates Three Decades of Success with CLH, CPAs & Consultants

CLH, CPAs & Consultants is celebrating the noteworthy achievements of its founder John A. Craighead, CPA, CVA, in tandem with the firm’s 30th anniversary in business. CLH, CPAs & Consultants is an accounting and business consulting firm with offices across northern Indiana. Craighead founded the company in 1992 and currently serves as a consultant.
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Spider Mites Might Become a Problem for Soybeans This Summer

The hot, dry conditions across Indiana may lead to an increase of spider mites, which could be a problem for drought-stressed soybean crops. Marty Park is with Gutwein Seed Services in Rensselaer – a Specialty Hybrids dealer. He says if left untreated, spider mites can cause significant damage to soybeans.

Area Police Reports

Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incidents:. 1:43 p.m. Monday, June 27, 4100 block of North CR 100E, Warsaw. Various items were stolen, including a lawn mower. Value of $750. 1:22 p.m. Monday, June 27, 3700 block of West Old Road 30, Warsaw. Purchases were...

Lora Davis

Lora Davis, 97, Peru, formerly of Macy, died at 6:48 p.m. Monday, June 27, 2022, at Life Care Center, Rochester. She was born Jan. 6, 1925. She married Elmer Davis on Nov. 2, 1944; he preceded her in death. She is survived by a brother, Walter ‘Bill’ Deaton, Louisville, Ky....