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M.C. Purdue Extension Presents “Agricultural Outlook 2014″

September 4, 2013
M.C. Purdue Extension Presents “Agricultural Outlook 2014″

  09/05/13 The Purdue Extension Service of Marshall County will present a program titled “Agricultural Outlook 2014” at the Marshall County Building located at 112 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth in room 304 on Friday, September 20.  Breakfast will be available at 8:00 a.m. being a nice hot meal for participants to enjoy. The...
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WALORSKI APPLAUDS ANNOUNCEMENT OF HEALTHY INDIANA PLAN WAIVER

September 4, 2013
WALORSKI APPLAUDS ANNOUNCEMENT OF HEALTHY INDIANA PLAN WAIVER

  09/05/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski released the following statement after Governor Mike Pence announced that his administration negotiated an agreement to continue the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) with the federal government through December 31, 2014: “The Healthy Indiana Plan is a proven and effective program that allows Hoosiers to take personal responsibility for their...
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20 Minute Closure of U.S. 31 Thursday for Overhead Sign Removal

September 4, 2013
20 Minute Closure of U.S. 31 Thursday for Overhead Sign Removal

  09/05/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces ramp and lane restrictions in addition to a single, 20 minute complete closure of U.S. 31 just south of the U.S. 20 Bypass on Thursday, September 5th. Crews will be removing the overhead signage on U.S. 31 just south of the U.S. 20 Bypass access...
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7th Grade Science at Triton Jr.-Sr. High

September 4, 2013
7th Grade Science at Triton Jr.-Sr. High

  09/05/13 Students in Mrs. Jackson’s 7th grade Science class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School have been enjoying conducting experiments. Pictured here is Makaela Martin testing the air-resistance of a parachute that her group made.   Breann Burns, Josh Taylor, and Jenna Swihart were testing how many drops of water can be put on...
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IURC Extends NIPSCO Natural Gas Rates through 2020

September 4, 2013
IURC Extends NIPSCO Natural Gas Rates through 2020

  09/04/13 Base rates for NIPSCO’s natural gas remain unchanged after the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) approved a settlement agreement to extend existing rates for all natural gas customers.   The IURC approved the settlement agreement reached earlier this summer by NIPSCO, the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) and other key...
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Ancilla Soccer Start Best in School History

September 4, 2013

JACKSON, MI – The Ancilla College soccer team ran their record to 3-0, the best start in school history, with a win at Jackson College, 4-0. The Chargers took the lead through Andy Smith via a penalty kick in the first half at 35 minutes after Valdo Garcia was fouled in the box. In...
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9/3/13 SCOREBOARD

September 4, 2013

PLYMOUTH BOYS SOCCER fell to Bremen 6-4 last night.  Despite a  good start scoring the first two goals, the defense then preceded to surrender 3 straight by the end of the half.   Bremen held on to the lead for good in the second half. First Half:                  P – Clay Marshall (Ronaldo Garcia)...
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Plymouth Yoder’s U12 Win Blueberry Tourney

September 4, 2013
Plymouth Yoder’s U12 Win Blueberry Tourney

  09/05/13 This past weekend the Plymouth Yoder’s 12U travel team won the Blueberry Festival 12U baseball tournament.  This is the first time under the coaching of Bob Caban that the Plymouth team has won this tournament.   After winning both of their pool play games the weekend before the boys were a number...
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ANNA B. McKEE – 89 – from Plymouth

September 3, 2013
ANNA B. McKEE – 89 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Knox Man Seriously Injured in Crash after High Speed Pursuit

September 3, 2013
Knox Man Seriously Injured in Crash after High Speed Pursuit

  09/04/13  On Sunday, September 1st at approximately  7:15 p.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call from Starke County advising of a speeding motorcycle east bound from 1100 East.  A Starke County Officer was able to clock the motorcycle traveling at 101 mph.    Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputies Joe Giordano and Jonathan...
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