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Archive for September, 2013

BEWARE: Publishers Clearinghouse Scam

September 10, 2013
BEWARE: Publishers Clearinghouse Scam

  09/11/13 Another scam has recently begun to surface in southeastern Indiana and could very well be occurring statewide. Though not a new scam, it has been successful for the scammers in other areas of the United States. The scam works like this; a person will receive a phone call advising them they have...
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August Activity Report for 9-1-1 Dispatch Center

September 10, 2013
August Activity Report for 9-1-1 Dispatch Center

  09/11/13  The Marshall County Dispatch Center answered a total of 1,432 9-1-1 calls during the month of August.  The Dispatch Center answered 1005 police related calls, while fire responded to 106 of the 9-1-1 calls and EMS were dispatched to 247 of the 9-1-1 calls. The remaining 74 calls to 9-1-1 for other services. ...
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Triton High School Offers Biomedical Sciences

September 10, 2013
Triton High School Offers Biomedical Sciences

   09/11/13 Triton High School is offering a new Biomedical Sciences class this year. The class is taught by Dawn Slein and is one of several Project Lead the Way classes the State of Indiana is encouraging schools to offer because of the hands-on, real-life learning activities and the STEM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering,...
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FREEDOM PARK’S FIRST ANNUAL 5K RUN/FAMILY WALK/CONCERT EVENT A SUCCESS

September 10, 2013
FREEDOM PARK’S FIRST ANNUAL 5K RUN/FAMILY WALK/CONCERT EVENT A SUCCESS

  09/11/13 As its first major fundraising event, the Freedom Park Committee hosted a 5K run, family fun run/walk, and concert event at the Amphitheater in Centennial Park on August 17, 2013. Thanks to over 100 participants, the event raised a little over $6,000. “We were amazed by all of the support,” said Tony...
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Blood Donors Make a Difference

September 10, 2013
Blood Donors Make a Difference

  09/11/13 The American Red Cross is urging blood donations during September to help support the initiatives of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month.  “Our blood donors help make a difference for many types of patients, including children with cancer and those who need ongoing treatment for sickle cell...
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Parent Involvement Great at Jefferson School

September 10, 2013
Parent Involvement Great at Jefferson School

09/11/13 Angela Mills, Principal at Jefferson Elementary is excited to share good news with the community!   Parent involvement has been great this year at Jefferson Elementary! They have had two student drawings for iPod shuffles and book give-aways with a great response during their first two parent nights.   Principal Mills said, “A...
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Miller’s Celebrates National Assisted Living Week

September 10, 2013
Miller’s Celebrates National Assisted Living Week

  09/11/13 National Assisted Living Week got underway on Sunday, September 8th as Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter arrived at Miller’s Senior Living Community with the NALW proclamation in hand.  Miller’s Marketing Director Anna Corbett welcomed Mayor Senter to the podium where he proceeded to give a short State of the City address and then...
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Ruth L. Beals – 92 – from Plymouth

September 10, 2013
Ruth L. Beals – 92 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Eva Neil Crews – 91 – from Donaldson, formerly of Kevil, Kentucky

September 10, 2013
Eva Neil Crews – 91 – from Donaldson, formerly of Kevil, Kentucky

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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County Council Approves 2% Salary Increase for 2014

September 9, 2013
County Council Approves 2% Salary Increase for 2014

  09/10/13 At the conclusion of the county budget hearings on Monday councilman John Benedict commented on the proposed 3% salary increase.  He said, “The 3% raise right now is excessive.  I would be comfortable at 2%.”  Benedict explained his reasoning, “If employees had more skin in the game for their health insurance an...
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