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Archive for October, 2010

Lt. Governor Skillman encourages Hoosiers to send holiday wishes to U.S. troops

October 19, 2010
Lt. Governor Skillman encourages Hoosiers to send holiday wishes to U.S. troops

10/20/10 Lt. Governor Becky Skillman today announced the start of her fifth annual holiday letter writing campaign, asking Hoosiers to write holiday cards to our country’s servicemen and women. “Hoosier Cheer for Our Heroes” is designed to give Hoosiers the opportunity to send their greetings and support to U.S. troops spending the season away from...
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City Street Projects to get Underway

October 19, 2010
City Street Projects to get Underway

10/20/10 The City of Plymouth recently hired Rieth Riley to complete several street projects yet this fall.  Work will begin this Thursday, October 21st and continue through Saturday, October 23rd. Work will begin on Fairfield Boulevard on Thursday.  Crews will begin the mill and repave project.  On Friday Rieth Riley will complete the paving...
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ARGOS LIONS CLUB KICKS OFF THEIR 40th ANNUAL CITRUS SALE

October 19, 2010
ARGOS LIONS CLUB KICKS OFF THEIR 40th ANNUAL CITRUS SALE

10/20/10 The Argos Lions Club announces the kick-off of their 40th annual Citrus Fund-raising Drive. During this year’s sale, members will be taking orders throughout the area for delicious grove-fresh Texas Citrus “Sensations”.    The Drive, “Delicious Fruit for a Good Community Cause” is needed to raise the funds for the many Argos Lions Club...
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Commissioners Add Penalty to County-Wide Burn Ban

October 18, 2010
Commissioners Add Penalty to County-Wide Burn Ban

10/19/10 Monday morning during their regular meeting the Marshall County Commissioners not only extended the county-wide burn ban but provided a way for violators to be penalized. On October 6th Marshall County joined dozens of other counties in the state to ban open burning due to the extreme dry weather conditions.  The one week...
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Ancilla Wins Two

October 18, 2010
Ancilla Wins Two

WINONA LAKE, INDIANA – The Ancilla College volleyball team won two matches at Grace College over the weekend, defeating the Grace College JV 25-15, 25-17 and Indiana Tech’s JV 25-20, 25-15. Brandy Sechrist led all Ancilla attackers with 11 kills, while Nicole Trudell led the Lady Chargers with 18 digs. Demi Schrader assisted on...
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Hit and Run Accident Sunday at 12B and King Roads

October 18, 2010
Hit and Run Accident Sunday at 12B and King Roads

10/19/10 On Sunday, October 17th at 5:51 PM the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report of an unknown traffic accident on 12B Road near King Road. The caller advised that one of the vehicles involved, a gray or silver pickup truck with Indiana truck plates 912818 had left the scene traveling west on...
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Pride of Plymouth Marches on to Semi-State

October 18, 2010
Pride of Plymouth Marches on to Semi-State

10/19/10 One hundred twenty (120) high school marching bands participate D at the ISSMA Regional Marching Festival held on Saturday, October 16TH at four regional sites.  The Regional sites were Chesterton High School for Class D & B, Lafayette Jefferson High School for Class C & A, Center Grove High School/Greenwood for Class C...
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SJRMC/Plymouth to Feature “Meet the Doc” at November 2 Senior Expo

October 18, 2010
SJRMC/Plymouth to Feature “Meet the Doc” at November 2 Senior Expo

10/19/10 Anyone can be nervous going to see the doctor. That’s why Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center/Plymouth is making its doctors available to go see at the Marshall County Senior Expo, which will be held on Tuesday, November 2, from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM at LifePlex. “White coat hypertension, more commonly known as...
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Neighborhood Center “Running on Empty”

October 18, 2010
Neighborhood Center “Running on Empty”

10/19/10 While you are filling your belly, please consider feeding the hungry.  The Marshall County Neighborhood Center (MCNC) is asking you to think about those in need the next time you visit the grocery store.  “Our food pantry is nearly out of food,” says Gino Jefferies, lead food pantry volunteer for the Marshall County...
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Argos Grad Shows Off Emmy at Miller’s Senior Living

October 18, 2010
Argos Grad Shows Off Emmy at Miller’s Senior Living

10/19/10 Argos High School graduate and Ball State University senior Colleen Walker visited her grandmother Cleta Walker at Miller’s Senior Living Community this week.  While that may not be unusual or newsworthy the item she brought to show her grandmother was pretty exciting. Walker is a film production major at BSU. She had been...
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