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Archive for January, 2011

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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Opinion Show 1/27/11 (Guest: Principle Greg Briles & guest at Oregon-Davis Schools)

January 27, 2011

Today Oregon-Davis Jr/HS Principle and guest stopped by to discuss “NewTek” programs. Jude Stone filled in for Kathy today as Co-Host.
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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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2011 Toastmasters International Speech Contest

January 27, 2011
2011 Toastmasters International Speech Contest

01/28/11 Wythougan Toastmasters joins more than 12,500 Toastmasters clubs from around the world participating in the 2011 Toastmasters International Speech Contest on Friday, February 4th. It is the world’s largest speech contest, with more than 30,000 presenters in 113 countries vying to become the next World Champion of Public Speaking. The contest is free...
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8th grade Girls basketball gets a convincing win over Argos

January 27, 2011
8th grade Girls basketball gets a convincing win over Argos

The Lady Redstorm defeated the Argos Lady Dragons last night 40-4. Defensively the girls looked very good. It was a balanced attack as everyone who played scored!    Leading the way for the Redstorm was Hunter Stevens with 9.  Allie Wright had 8, Kirsten Riise 7, Haley Harrell 6, Bailey Brown 4, and Abby...
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A Glimmer of Hope from County Building Inspector

January 26, 2011
A Glimmer of Hope from County Building Inspector

01/27/11  There was a glimmer of hope as the Marshall County Building Inspector presented his year-end report to the Commissioners last week. Dennis Elliott said, “As of last week we’ve had more contractors register this year that all of 2008, 2009 or 2010.”  Contractors are required to update their information with the County each...
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County Police Investigate Theft of Radiators and Vehicle

January 26, 2011
County Police Investigate Theft of Radiators and Vehicle

01/27/10 On Monday, January 24th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated the theft of radiators from a local salvage yard on 5C Road.  Officer Jeff Sharp spoke to the victim who said the suspect drove a full size Ford van.  They removed approximately 22 radiators from a storage building during the early morning hours...
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