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Archive for March, 2013

Opinion Show 2/18/13

March 5, 2013


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IRIS GERLEA JENNEY – 86 – from Plymouth

March 5, 2013
IRIS GERLEA JENNEY – 86 – from Plymouth

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Opinion Show 2/15/13

March 5, 2013


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Opinion Show 2/14/13

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Opinion Show 2/13/13

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Opinion Show 2/11/13

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Argos K Roundup Postponed

March 5, 2013
Argos K Roundup Postponed

  03/05/13 In anticipation of bad weather this afternoon/evening, Argos Elementary’s Kindergarten Roundup has been postponed to next week: Tuesday, March 12th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the elementary gym.
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Marshall Starke Development Updates Commissioners on Fund Usage

March 4, 2013
Marshall Starke Development Updates Commissioners on Fund Usage

  03/05/13 The President of Marshall Starke Development Center, Mike Lintner appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday to update them on how the funds received from the county are used at the Center. Marshall Starke Development Center currently serves a total of 473 people with a budget of $5.3 million.  A breakdown of...
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City Police Arrrest Mother and Son at North Walnut Street Address, 2 Others Arrested

March 4, 2013
City Police Arrrest Mother and Son at North Walnut Street Address, 2 Others Arrested

  03/05/13  On Sunday, March 3rd at approximately 3:15 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer’s responded to the 1,000 block of North Walnut Street in reference to a domestic fight between a mother and son.  Upon arriving at the residence Officer Gary Cleveland was able to determine that 39 year old, Stacy Kobold and 18 year old,...
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PHS Takes 1st and 2nd at Purdue Bridge Bust

March 4, 2013
PHS Takes 1st and 2nd at Purdue Bridge Bust

  03/06/13 Every spring the Purdue chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers sponsors a balsa wood bridge building competition open to all Indiana High Schools.  The objective of the competition is to build a bridge that maximizes the ratio of load supported to the mass of the bridge. Bridges are judged in two...
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