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Archive for May, 2012

Burton Signs With Ancilla Basketball and Golf

May 30, 2012
Burton Signs With Ancilla Basketball and Golf

  EDINBURGH, IN – Edinburgh High School’s Corey Burton has signed with the Ancilla College men’s basketball and golf programs starting in the fall.   The 5’9” point guard earned a total of eight letters in his career at Edinburgh High School, including three in basketball and four in golf. Burton helped lead Edinburgh...
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Pilgrims baseball season ends in 2nd round of Sectionals

May 30, 2012
Pilgrims baseball season ends in 2nd round of Sectionals

  Plymouth lost 11-5 in seven innings at Bill Nixon on Monday, despite outhitting Jimtown 11 to 10. Jacob Seagraves racked up two RBIs on three hits for Plymouth. He singled in the first, third, and sixth innings. Myles Scott looked sharp on the mound. Scott held Jimtown hitless over 2 1/3 innings, allowed...
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Some Stone Creek Homes Employees Receive 1 Week of Back Pay

May 29, 2012
Some Stone Creek Homes Employees Receive 1 Week of Back Pay

  05/30/12 Some former Stone Creek Homes employees in Plymouth and Central City, NE were grateful to find that at least one week of the back pay they were due was deposited into their banking accounts on Tuesday; but with no job to go back to, the future looks bleak. At least four former...
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NCFL National Tournament Results

May 29, 2012
NCFL National Tournament Results

   05/30/12 Several Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team members traveled over the Memorial Day holiday weekend to compete in the NCFL (National Catholic Forensic League) tournament in Baltimore, MD. The contest, which attracted students from 775 high schools all across the country making up 2,705 competitors, is a difficult tournament that challenges...
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Starke County Escapee Turns Himself In

May 29, 2012
Starke County Escapee Turns Himself In

    05/30/12 The inmate that escaped from the recreation yard at the Starke County Jail on May 23rd turned himself in to the jail on Sunday, May 27th just before 1 p.m.. 30 year old Joshua Hunnicutt of Winamac told officers that he realized he would eventually be caught.  He also said he had...
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11 Seniors Inducted to the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

May 29, 2012
11 Seniors Inducted to the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

  05/30/12 The 2012 Academic Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held on May 20. There were eleven members inducted for the class of 2012. They are as follows: Anyssa L. Alonso – Broadcasting Grace K. Anders – English and French Brandon Baird – Art Danielle A. Becktel – Mathematics Rebecca J. Brumbaugh –...
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Argos Town Council

May 29, 2012
Argos Town Council

   05/30/12 The Argos Town Council recently received a letter from Strang and Associates for the sanitary sewer problem at the Marshall County Discount Center.  While remodeling the former Argos Lumber property, it was discovered that the building‘s septic system had failed.  The current bathroom was dumping into the storm sewer system. The letter...
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Argos High School Announce Valedictorian & Salutatorian

May 29, 2012
Argos High School Announce Valedictorian & Salutatorian

   05/30/12 Anthony (Tony) S. Hutchinson, son of Scott and Julie Hutchinson, has earned the distinction of being named the Valedictorian of Argos High School’s Class of 2012.  Anthony has earned a 4.217 on a 4.0 scale. Tony has been active in numerous school organizations and activities during his four years at Argos Jr.-Sr....
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CMA Gold Star Ceremony for Memorial Day

May 29, 2012
CMA Gold Star Ceremony for Memorial Day

   05/30/12  A commemoration of those who gave their lives in defense of America was held on Memorial Day at the Culver Academies, a tradition that has been observed for more than 80 years.  The tradition includes a solemn roll call of each of the 250 Culver men who died while serving their country...
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DONNELLY: ADMINISTRATION SHOULD HAVE NAMED CHINA A CURRENCY MANIPULATOR

May 29, 2012
DONNELLY: ADMINISTRATION SHOULD HAVE NAMED CHINA A CURRENCY MANIPULATOR

  05/30/12 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly expressed his concern that the U.S. Treasury Department declined to name China a currency manipulator in a report on international economic and exchange rate policies, which was released last Friday. “I’m concerned about the Treasury’s failure to label the Chinese government as a currency manipulator,” said Donnelly. “I often hear...
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