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Skillman Announces She Will Not Run for Governor in 2012

December 20, 2010
Skillman Announces She Will Not Run for Governor in 2012

12/21/10 Lt. Governor Becky Skillman Monday issued the following statement on a gubernatorial run in 2012.  “With much disappointment, I am announcing today that I will not be a candidate for Governor in 2012.  My end of year physical exam revealed minor health issues.  Nothing will interfere with my devotion to my duties as Lt....
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Tri Kappa Seeking Donations for “Promenade to Prom”

December 20, 2010
Tri Kappa Seeking Donations for “Promenade to Prom”

12/21/10 The Plymouth Tri Kappa, Beta Delta Chapter is hosting the second annual “Promenade to Prom;” a chance to recycle or buy a gently used dress for just $10.  Tri Kappa is collecting gently-used dresses at these locations: Argos High School, Culver High School, Triton Jr. Sr. High School and Fernbaugh’s Diamonds and Fine...
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Area 2 Agency on Aging Needs Volunteers

December 20, 2010
Area 2 Agency on Aging Needs Volunteers

12/21/10 Volunteers are needed for elderly and disabled clients in Marshall County on a schedule basis to provide visiting, grocery shopping, home respite companionship, light housekeeping, and minor handyman repairs. Youth groups and service clubs are needed for lawn work and window washing.  For more information, call Area 2 Agency on Aging at 800-552-7982...
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Argos Council Announces Holiday Decoration Winners

December 20, 2010
Argos Council Announces Holiday Decoration Winners

12/21/1- The last meeting of 2010 for the Argos Town Council was a short one last Wednesday night.   The winners for the holiday decoration contest were announced.  Winning third place and $50 is Chris Brown on West Marshall Street.  Second place winner, with a $100 award, is Jim Hutchinson on North Street.  The first...
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Drainage Board and Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

December 19, 2010
Drainage Board and Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

12/20/10  The Marshall County Drainage Board and Commissioners will meet Monday morning. At 8:30 a.m. the Drainage Board will meet in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their agenda includes maintenance bids for the Armey Ditch in German Township and the Danner Ditch.  Also on the agenda at 8:40 is Mike...
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Vivian J. Beran – 55 – of Plymouth

December 18, 2010

The Odom Funeral Home in Culver is in charge of arrangements.
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Hodges scores 19, not enough against Northwood

December 17, 2010


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November 2010 Indiana Employment Report

December 17, 2010
November 2010 Indiana Employment Report

12/20/10 Indiana’s preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate dropped 0.1 percent to 9.8 percent in November 2010. This decline puts Indiana at the same rate as the nation. Though private sector employment in Indiana declined in November (-2,600), the state has added 46,200 private sector jobs in 2010, an increase of 2.0 percent. In contrast, U.S....
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A Check of Suspicious Persons Results in Meth Lab Arrests

December 17, 2010
A Check of Suspicious Persons Results in Meth Lab Arrests

12/20/10 On Tuesday, December 14th at 1:29 AM Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department during his routine patrol came upon two subjects that appeared to be going though the Goodwill Boxes next to K-Mart.   While speaking with the subjects Officer Weir noticed paraphernalia associated with smoking marijuana on the dash board of...
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Hoosiers Can Apply for Federal Unemployment Extension Beginning December 19

December 17, 2010
Hoosiers Can Apply for Federal Unemployment Extension Beginning December 19

12/20/10 Hoosiers eligible to resume collecting the federally funded unemployment extensions will be able to begin filing online for those benefits on Sunday, December 19, 2010. The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) anticipates the recently passed law will restore eligibility to approximately 90,000 Hoosiers who exhausted or were at risk of losing benefits. In...
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