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- Low absentee voting matches low ballot contests The low turnouts for absentee voting preceding primary elections in the area is likely because of a lack of contests, local officials say. About 35 of Cass County's 21,871 registered voters had participated in absentee voting by Friday morning, said
- Deputies find Kewanna meth lab KEWANNA -- The Fulton County Sheriff's Department arrested a Kewanna man Friday after a recent narcotics investigation. Donald G. Libician, 53, was arrested after an investigation turned up a meth lab in his residence, according to a release from the
- Farm bureau: Groceries cheaper Grocery prices are down slightly from one year ago, an informal Indiana Farm Bureau survey indicates. When 11 volunteer shoppers checked prices around the state in March, the cost of 16 staple pantry items had stayed virtually the same since last fal
- Fire destroys garage outside of Clymers CLYMERS — No one was injured in a fire that destroyed a garage on a property outside of Clymers Saturday afternoon. Gary Michael, chief of the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Department, said he and other firefighters responded to the fire near 400 S
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- Police blotter: April 13, 2014 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- More forgery, counterfeiting charges in Peru PERU — Indiana State Excise Police officers arrested two men Thursday in an ongoing investigation into the sale of drugs and counterfeit goods at a Peru convenience store. Police arrested Amin Ali Saleh, 31, Peru, on a warrant for counterfeiting, and
- Police blotter: April 11, 2014 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- Indiana tax burden ranked 22nd Indiana residents' tax burden is the 22nd highest in the nation, a recent report indicates. The Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan tax policy research organization, reported that Hoosier residents paid an average 9.5 percent of their incomes in state and
Getting physical: Winamac students, teacher explore high-voltage physics
WINAMAC -- Cierra Schmicker wasn't sure she wanted to touch the VanDerGraff generator sitting by the classroom sink. She'd just watch the machine -- a metal contraption in the shape of an oversized popsicle -- shoot shocks of electricity into other i
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