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Archive for January, 2011

Ancilla College Releases Spring Enrollment Numbers

January 28, 2011
Ancilla College Releases Spring Enrollment Numbers

01/31/11  According to data released by Ancilla College today, spring 2011 enrollment is comparable to last year’s banner numbers. According to the numbers, there are currently 525 students enrolled at the College, down just seven students from one year ago. Statistics show there are 78 new students from the fall semester, accounting for approximately...
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Plan Commission Votes to Keep Directors Position Full-time

January 28, 2011
Plan Commission Votes to Keep Directors Position Full-time

01/31/11 Marshall County Plan Director Ralph Booker presented his analysis of the position he currently holds to the Marshall County Plan Commission on Thursday night. During a December 20, 2010 meeting of the Marshall County Commissioners, a motion was made to request that the Plan Commission conduct an analysis of how much time the...
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Conservation Officers Practice Ice Dives

January 28, 2011
Conservation Officers Practice Ice Dives

01/31/11 Indiana Conservation Officers Nathan Hooley (L) from Kosciusko County and Dustin Whitehead (R) from Elkhart County help Conservation Officer diver Jon Engle of Wabash onto the ice after a practice ice dive Thursday on Lake Wawasee.  In addition to Engle, 3 other conservation officer divers braved the 20 degree air and 34 degree...
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Hix Gets 2 yrs Probation & 200 hrs. Community Service for Cemetery Vandalism

January 27, 2011
Hix Gets 2 yrs Probation & 200 hrs. Community Service for Cemetery Vandalism

01/28/11 “It’s the worst mistake of my entire life,” that is how 19 year old Gage Hix explained his action of Saturday night and early Sunday morning September 25th and 26th, 2010. He said, “I regret it every single minute of my life.” Hix was in Marshall Superior Court One Thursday morning for his...
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City Going Door to Door to Change-out Old Water Meters

January 27, 2011
City Going Door to Door to Change-out Old Water Meters

01/28/11 Jeff Yeazel, Assistant Water Superintendent has announced a new water meter replacement program in the City of Plymouth.    The City of Plymouth Water Department will continue for the next few months going door to door replacing outdated water meters.  Generally the meter change out take 30 minutes or less.  Currently the Water...
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Winamac Man Arrested for Issue with Drug Screen Test

January 27, 2011
Winamac Man Arrested for Issue with Drug Screen Test

01/28/11 Plymouth Police were called to the Marshall County Probation Department Thursday morning about 10:40 in reference to a probationer attempting to use a device to interfere with a drug test.  28 year old Avery A. Mullins of Winamac was found to be in possession of a homemade device used to supply clean urine...
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Argos House Fire

January 27, 2011
Argos House Fire

01/28/11  The Argos Fire Department was called out to a house fire on  Tuesday night.  A neighbor who was taking their trash out saw smoke coming from the 509 North Michigan Street home.   They were able to get the occupants, Tom Stone and his two children out of the home.  Stone’s wife, Michelle, was...
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10th Annual Principal for a Day Event

January 27, 2011
10th Annual Principal for a Day Event

01/28/11  The Plymouth Community Schools announces the 10th Annual Principal for a Day celebration. It will take place on Friday, January 28 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Ten area men and women will shadow ten principals and assistant principals in the Plymouth school corporation. The press is invited to go to the schools...
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Argos Considers Raise in Trash Rate

January 27, 2011
Argos Considers Raise in Trash Rate

01/28/11  The Argos Town Council was told by Derek Jones, Town Attorney, the progress of the Load Profile Meter Agreement.  A Load Profile Meter is a special electric meter, used by factories or public buildings that will let the user monitor the amount of electricity being used.  This is not to be confused with...
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Legislators are Looking at Plastic Bag Fee

January 27, 2011
Legislators are Looking at Plastic Bag Fee

01/28/11  Indiana could be joining other cities around the United States and the world if a proposed legislation concerning charging for plastic bags in retail stores makes its way through the Indiana legislation process. Representative Shelli VanDenBurgh of Crown Point (D-District 19) authored House Bill 1521 that was read on January 20, 2011 and...
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