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"The purpose is to find if there could of been any way to prevent the death." [Read More]
Marion City Firefighters responded to a structure fire on Congress Street Saturday morning. [Read More]
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The Marion County Youth Foundation plans to award $30,000 in grants this year despite a drop in applicants over the years. [Read More]
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The Shovel Restaurant opened its doors on Wednesday after taking a nearly two month hiatus. [Read More]
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A 27-year-old Marion man charged with rape was among the people indicted by a Marion County grand jury this week. [Read More]
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Kennith Allen is retiring from Hughes-Allen Funeral Home... [Read More]
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While police are seeing an increase in the use of other drugs, such as meth and cocaine, heroin and fentanyl are still killing the most people. [Read More]
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The goal is to have a mobile manufacturing floor for workers to train on. [Read More]
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The Marion Police Department has released a survey that asks how the community feels about officers' performance. [Read More]
Teachers started a program that provides students from food insecure homes snack packs filled with fresh fruit and other healthy snack items. [Read More]
Marion City Schools plan on implementing new security measures as students return from winter break in January. [Read More]
Experiencing a higher turnover rate, the Marion Fire Department is losing firefighters to higher paying jobs. [Read More]
"We are a small business; we don't have money in the bank to cover something like this. If it was our mistake we would fix it, but... [Read More]
A Marion man was charged with felonious assault and inducing panic after a five hour armed standoff with law enforcement. [Read More]
Law enforcement received reports of theft, burglary, assault and drug abuse over the past few days. [Read More]
Marion police are seeking three men who robbed a pharmacy on East Center Street. [Read More]
City Council approved a 2.5 percent wage increase every year of a three year contract approved during a meeting on Monday. [Read More]
St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Waldo will be offering its monthly produce market year round with the goal of feeding hundreds of families in the... [Read More]
St. Paul's Episcopal Church may be closing after almost 160 years of service due to a decline in attendance and funding over the years. [Read More]
Jacqueline Smith, a member of the Board of Elections, was charged Thursday morning in connection with an Election Day incident. [Read More]
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