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Archive for May, 2011

LJH 8th Grade Girls Win

May 4, 2011
LJH 8th Grade Girls Win

05/05/11 The Lincoln Junior High track teams traveled to Warsaw on Tuesday evening for a meet against Edgewood Middle School. The 8th grade girls won their meet by a score of 71-29. Allie Wright set a record in the 400m with a time of 1:01.62 while leading the way as a triple winner for...
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Hoham to be Closed Thursday

May 4, 2011
Hoham to be Closed Thursday

05/05/11 Gary Fox, Project Engineer from Cripe Architects for the Oak Drive road improvement project north of US 30 announced a road closing for Thursday. Hoham Drive will be closed due to city water main construction on Thursday, May 5th.  Fox said, “The work area is just east of the intersection of Oak Drive....
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Overturned Kayak in River Sends Emergency Responders to the Scene

May 3, 2011
Overturned Kayak in River Sends Emergency Responders to the Scene

05/04/11 Emergency responders were dispatched to the back of River Park just off Baker Street Tuesday morning when a concerned citizen located an overturned kayak in the Yellow River.  Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS located the kayak partially submerged in the river and several feet from the shoreline. Several options were tried to grab...
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Work Repairs Begin on Olive Trail

May 3, 2011
Work Repairs Begin on Olive Trail

05/04/11 The failure of a 5 foot culvert under Olive Trail between Dixon Lake and the pond area to the east on Monday caused the closing of Olive Trail. Monday afternoon the Marshall County Commissioners held an emergency meeting and issued an emergency declaration closing Olive Trail a half mile south of Overmyer Drive....
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Vinall Wins Democratic Primary for Mayor

May 3, 2011
Vinall Wins Democratic Primary for Mayor

05/04/11 The Marshall County 2011 primary election has now come and gone. Polls were open on Tuesday, May 3rd from 6:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M.; however, all precincts reported that voting was very slow all throughout the day. Of the 8,353 registered voters qualified to vote in the Bremen and Plymouth municipal elections in...
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Relay For Life of Culver Collects Record $127,000

May 3, 2011
Relay For Life of Culver Collects Record $127,000

05/04/11 Threatening weather may have forced the Relay For Life of Culver indoors, but it did little to dampen the spirit and enthusiasm of participants as a record $127,000 was raised after the April 15-16 event at Culver Academies. Relay For Life of Culver, the first in Indiana to be student-organized, has raised nearly...
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County Residents Concerned on Safe Clean Water Meeet

May 3, 2011
County Residents Concerned on Safe Clean Water Meeet

05/04/11  Concerns on how to keep the lakes, rivers, streams, and ponds clean and safe has been foremost in the minds of several Marshall County residents for many years. On Saturday, residents from all over the area met at the Plymouth Public Library to learn more about what can be done. Among those leading...
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Argos Town Council Finalizes Merit Pay System

May 3, 2011
Argos Town Council Finalizes Merit Pay System

05/04/11  The Argos Town Council announced the finalization of the new merit pay system for town employees.  During the last Council meeting Dave Walker, Council President, explained the new system.  An employee will be given an appraisal on a 50 point system.  If the employee is appraised at 45-50 points they would receive 100% of the pay raise allotted.  If they have between 36-44 points...
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Ancilla helps tornado ravaged victums of Alabama! Calling for help from you as well.

May 3, 2011
Ancilla helps tornado ravaged victums of Alabama!  Calling for help from you as well.

Ancilla College Baseball Head Coach, Joe Yonto was absolutely amazed at the amount of damage the state of Alabama suffered from the string of tornados that occured last week.   He knew that there was something he could do, get his baseball team involved. “I was absolutely shocked at the devastation that took place.  My...
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City Police Officers Make Arrests

May 3, 2011
City Police Officers Make Arrests

05/04/11 On Saturday, April 30th at 9:04 P.M. Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a shoplifter.  Officer Hite arrested 18 year old Chance T. Martin of Knox on theft charges.  She was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a $1,000...
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