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Dave Gibson Honored with Soaring Eagle Award

August 31, 2011
Dave Gibson Honored with Soaring Eagle Award

09/01/11 The first annual Marshall County Soaring Eagle Recognition Dinner was held Wednesday evening at Christo’s Banquet Center.  Mayor Mark Senter and John (Ford) Oliver served as master of ceremonies.  Following a wonderful meal John Oliver gave a brief history of the 100th anniversary of Scouting. Mayor Senter explained the Soaring Eagle Award noting...
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Mayor Senter Meets with Consul General of Mexico

August 31, 2011
Mayor Senter Meets with Consul General of Mexico

09/01/11 The Chicago Consul General of Mexico, Eduardo Arnal, visited Plymouth Tuesday afternoon and met with Mayor Mark Senter to discuss some of his goals for the Mexicans living in the 128 counties under his jurisdiction throughout portion s of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana.  He also talked about how we can work together and...
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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

August 31, 2011
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

09/01/11 The Indiana State Police troopers are participate in Operation Pull Over Blitz 68 campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. The state police join more than 260 Indiana law enforcement agencies that are cracking down on impaired drivers. The campaign continues through Monday, September 5. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...
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Internet Site for Local Support of Wind Turbines

August 31, 2011
Internet Site for Local Support of Wind Turbines

09/01/11 A local group has decided to step into the battle over the wind in Marshall County. NextEra Corporation’s proposed “wind farm” project in Marshall and Fulton Counties has brought a storm of controversy from property owners opposed to wind turbines in the county, especially around Lake Maxinkuckee. While the opposition to the wind...
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M.C. EMA Announces Participation in September’s National Preparedness Month

August 31, 2011
M.C. EMA Announces Participation in September’s National Preparedness Month

09/01/11 This September, will mark the ten year anniversary of 9/11.  Marshall County Emergency Management Agency has committed to participate in National Preparedness Month, an event founded after 9/11 to increase emergency preparedness in the United States. The event, now in its eight year, is a nationwide, month-long effort, encouraging individuals, families, businesses and...
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Triton Schools “C” Rating, Argos Schools “A” Rating

August 31, 2011
Triton Schools “C” Rating, Argos Schools “A” Rating

09/01/11 Although area superintendents are more than willing to be transparent when it comes to allowing the public to scrutinize their programs, they are equally as adamant about not letting a letter grade be the only determining factor when parents and school patrons look at their schools. Triton School Corporation received a “C” overall...
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Wythougan Valley, Civil War Tribute

August 31, 2011
Wythougan Valley, Civil War Tribute

09/01/11 The son of Elias and Margaret Jacoby, Samuel, was an early Civil War casualty.  He died of wounds on Oct. 12, 1862 at the battle of Corinth, Mississippi. He is buried in the cemetery that bears the family name.  Jacoby Church is pictured in the background. In 1862, the War Between the States has settled...
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Union North Superintendent to Lead Mishawaka Schools

August 31, 2011
Union North Superintendent to Lead Mishawaka Schools

09/01/11 As expected, Dr. Terry Barker, superintendent of Union-North United School Corporation, was named to lead the School City of Mishawaka. Barker, who came to the LaVille Schools in July of 2009, was named the new Mishawaka superintendent during a special board meeting on Tuesday night. He will officially begin in his new position...
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Opinion Show Blueberry Tractor Pull/Stelth Softball 8/30

August 31, 2011


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KIWANIS OFFERS PANCAKES AND PARKING DURING BLUEBERRY

August 31, 2011
KIWANIS OFFERS PANCAKES AND PARKING DURING BLUEBERRY

09/01/1 Members of the Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis group will be flipping pancakes and parking cars during this year’s Blueberry Festival to raise funds for local charities. Starting on Saturday, September 3rd and running through September 5th, you can visit their booth in the food court at Centennial Park for all you can eat...
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