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Archive for November, 2017

Triton sweeps Argos

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November 16, 2017

Triton sweeps Argos BOURBON – Triton’s fifth and sixth grade boys swept basketball games with Argos. The sixth grade won the A game by a final of 58-17. The B team took a 17-10 win. Triton’s A team is unbeaten at 4-0 and the B team is now 3-1. The fifth grade played only...
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Bremen eighth defeats OD

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November 16, 2017

Bremen defeats O-D BREMEN – The eighth grade Lions faced a scrappy OD team coming away with a 37-28 victory. Trevor Devine led the Lions with a double-double, recording 24 points and 12 rebounds. Carson Miller scored three points while five other Lions chipped in a bucket each, including Shay Kyser, Tony Hardin, Micah...
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CGA dominates North Judson

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November 16, 2017

CGA dominates North Judson CULVER – Culver Academy’s girls swim team took a win and Isabella Ahlenius wrote her name in the record book with a final of 150-28. Ahlenius set a CGA Lowenstine Pool record in diving with a score 252.70. The old record was set in 1977. •CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 150, NORTH...
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CMA takes win over Penn

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November 16, 2017

CMA takes win over Penn CULVER – CMA’s varsity A hockey team defeated Penn by a 5-2 final. Penn scored first in the first period but after that it was all Eagles as CMA hit on three goals in period one and followed it with single goals in the second and third period both...
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Marshall County Promise Helping Local Students Plan and Dream of College and Career

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November 16, 2017
Marshall County Promise Helping Local Students Plan and Dream of College and Career

Marshall County Promise, a cutting-edge program that helps youth in all Marshall County school systems dream about their future careers and save for education beyond high school, will participate in GivingTuesday for the first time this year. An exciting 1:1 match will mean all donations will be doubled this Giving Tuesday to the Promise...
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North Carolina Woman Arrested on Warrant

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November 16, 2017
North Carolina Woman Arrested on Warrant

Thursday morning Bremen Police Officer Matt Schnaible conducted a traffic stop at US 6 and State Road 106 West. 38 year old Andrea N. Smith of Salisbury, NC was arrested on a warrant and lodged in the Marshall County Jail.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an affidavit of...
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Burglary at Back Forty Clays

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November 16, 2017
Burglary at Back Forty Clays

A break-in at Back Forty Sporting Clays at 1010 9B Road east of Bourbon is being investigated by the Marshall County Police Department. 1st Sergeant Neal Wallace was dispatched to the rural location about 10:30 Tuesday morning and was told the burglary happened sometime between 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 29th and 9 a.m....
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HUGE Book Sale at the Plymouth Public Library

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November 16, 2017
HUGE Book Sale at the Plymouth Public Library

The Friends of the Plymouth Public Library will host a HUGE Book Sale Friday, November 17th through Tuesday, November 21st. Hundreds books, CDs and DVDs will be on sale.  Paperback books are $.25 and hardback books are $.50.  The library has many CDs for sale at $.50 and tons of DVDs for just a...
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Jefferson Elementary Fun Fair Friday, November 17

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November 16, 2017
Jefferson Elementary Fun Fair Friday, November 17

Jefferson Elementary School will be hosting their annual Fun Fair this Friday, November 17, from 5 till 8:00 p.m. at Plymouth High School in the multipurpose gym and the north hallway near the gym. There will be a variety of activities, such as bounce houses, an obstacle blow up, Plinko, spin art, face painting,...
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Bourbon Town Board Meeting

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November 16, 2017
Bourbon Town Board Meeting

Bourbon Town Council members voted unanimously this week to accept the quote from Thomas Excavating of $42,761 to extend the sewer line and development for the new Dollar General site. According to Steve Stacy, Waste Water Superintendent, the quote was $2,000 less than the estimated cost. Stacy and Kenneth Jones, Jr. of JPR spoke...
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