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Fiery Toto Road Crash Under Investigation

The Indiana State Police Crash Reconstruction Division is still investigating a fiery crash on Toto Road that sent a North Judson man to a South Bend Hospital. It happened Friday, Aug. 8 at 8:45 p.m. on Toto Road at 200 East, according to a news release from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department. Continue reading

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated in North Judson

Paula McMahon

You couldn’t get by people “wearin’ the green” on Saturday– and what better place to wear the green than at the Irish Pub in North Judson?

Here’s a picture of Paula McMahon, snapped by our own Teddy O’Hayes. Paula and her friends were enjoying corn beef and cabbage and a green beverage.

Also reported to have been there celebrating was our own Lenny Desauer, plus his wife Julie, and several members of the family.

Indiana Senator to Try and End Indiana’s Ban on Sunday Alcohol Sales

Indiana Republican Senator Phil Boots of Crawfordsville is going to try to end Indiana’s ban on Sunday carryout alcohol sales in the upcoming legislative session.

The Senator is arguing that Sunday alcohol sales would help Indiana’s economy and any chance to increase revenue in Indiana should be considered. However, one study shows that changes in alcohol regulations between 1980 and 2007 found there was little fiscal impact.

Paula McMahon

We asked Paula McMahon, owner of Knox Liquors, whether or not she is in favor of alcohol sales on Sunday:

“I am against it and so is the Indiana Liquor Association,” replied McMahon. “I know the legislators are wanting it because of revenue loss. I really don’t think the revenue loss will gain anything over what it is because the people are going where they’re going on Sundays and they’re going to continue to do it. It’s probably cheaper where they’re going than what it would be in the state of Indiana. I think this will cause more problems than good. I don’t think it’s going to do anything for sales and I know if they pass it, this store will not be open on Sundays.”

The proposal in the past has faced opposition from many liquor store owners, in part because they believe any business gained would be canceled out by additional costs for being open another day.