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Archive for November, 2010

Republicans Finish Strong in Marshall County

November 2, 2010
Republicans Finish Strong in Marshall County

11/03/10 The unofficial election results in Marshall County show that 47.22% of the counties registered voters made the decision to cast their ballots in the 2010 General Election.  That 47.22% is the equivalent of 13,524 voters. Taking a look at some of the races important to Marshall County you find in the race for...
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M.C. Democrats Disappointed, Look to Future

November 2, 2010
M.C. Democrats Disappointed, Look to Future

11/03/10 Marshall County democrats gathering at Opie’s on election night shared both their disappointment that not all of the candidates on their slate were successful and the sprit of promise for the future. Michelle Livinghouse, who has been involved in politics since 1964, was thrilled that four students took time to man the telephones...
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DONNELLY WINS REELECTION

November 2, 2010
DONNELLY WINS REELECTION

11/03/10 Tuesday, voters in Indiana’s Second Congressional District chose Congressman Joe Donnelly to represent them for another term in Congress.  Donnelly released the following statement: “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the great people of north central Indiana in Congress for another term,” said Donnelly.  “I thank my family for their...
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Traffic Stop on Michigan Street Leads to Drug Arrests

November 2, 2010
Traffic Stop on Michigan Street Leads to Drug Arrests

11/03/10 On Monday, November 1st at 2:50 p.m. Sergeant Mark Owen with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop at Monroe Street and Michigan Street on 65 year old Larry Scutchfield of 12th Road and 34 year old  Carter Scutchfield of North Judson . Officers had been watching several people in the vehicle...
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City Officers Make Monday Arrests

November 2, 2010
City Officers Make Monday Arrests

11/03/10 At 6:24 PM Monday Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department made contact with 21 year old Adam C. Wagers of LaPaz who was walking northbound on Michigan Street. Wagers was taken into custody for an active warrant through Marshall County for failure to appear on a probation violation. He was transported...
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T. Edward “Ted” – 55 – from Argos

November 2, 2010
T. Edward “Ted” – 55 – from Argos

Click Johnson Dnaileson Funeral Home at the right for complete details.
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Ancilla Men’s Basketball, Cheer Team Play ‘BudgetBall’ for United Way

November 2, 2010
Ancilla Men’s Basketball, Cheer Team Play ‘BudgetBall’ for United Way

11/03/10 The Ancilla College men’s basketball and cheer teams played “BudgetBall” recently as part of the United Way’s Money Smart Week. The event, which took place at Plymouth High School, combines fiscal strategy and actual basketball play.  Its main purpose is to provide an entertaining physical experience while learning about managing money. Teams earned...
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Thank-You from Plymouth Music Boosters

November 2, 2010
Thank-You from Plymouth Music Boosters

11/03/10 Congratulations goes out to The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band and their record breaking season after placing 5th in the State Finals at Lucas Oil Stadium last Saturday.  Band Director Bryan Ames had this to say, “Saturday was simply amazing.  The kids performed a GREAT show and it was an experience that none...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Two Marshall County Men

November 2, 2010
Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Two Marshall County Men

11/03/10 On Thursday, October 28th at approximately 2:15 PM, Officer Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of 17 B Road and Elm Road. During the traffic stop 22 year old Dustin Hasko of Tippecanoe who was a passenger in the vehicle was...
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Grim Reaper Roames Halls in Argos

November 2, 2010
Grim Reaper Roames Halls in Argos

11/03/10 Thursday, October 28th, the Grim Reaper roamed the halls of Argos Jr.-Sr. High School looking for victims of drug and alcohol abuse.  Three different groups of students fell victim to the Grim Reaper as a result of fictional scenarios where others caused the deaths of Argos students due to drug or alcohol use...
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