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Archive for May, 2018

LJHS has Earned the ISSMA All-Music Award for the Fourth Consecutive Time

May 28, 2018
LJHS has Earned the ISSMA All-Music Award for the Fourth Consecutive Time

In order to qualify for the Indiana State School Music Association Junior/Middle/Elementary All-Music Award, middle school programs must meet three criteria. First, at least one solo performance and one small group performance must earn a gold rating in middle or higher difficulty levels at a Solo & Ensemble event. Second, a gold rating must...
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The Circus is Coming to Bourbon

May 28, 2018
The Circus is Coming to Bourbon

Skeeter the Clown visited children and adults alike in Bourbon on Thursday to invite them to the one-day circus performances on June 5. The circus performances are being sponsored by the Town of Bourbon and proceeds will be used for community downtown activities throughout the year in Bourbon. The Culpepper & Merriweather Circus will...
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Snyders and Delps Donate Old Scoreboard to New Sports Room at County Museum

May 28, 2018
Snyders and Delps Donate Old Scoreboard to New Sports Room at County Museum

After much investigation the Marshall County Museum is proud to announce that the old scoreboard from the Centennial gym has be found and will be a part of the sports room. Thanks to Bill and Sharon Snyder and Mike and Judy Delp for locating and donating the original scoreboard from the old Centennial Auditorium! ...
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Syracuse Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

May 28, 2018
Syracuse Man Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

Friday evening, May 25th, about 8:45 Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder conducted a traffic stop at Miami Road north of 1st Road.  During that traffic stop, 44 year old Keith A. Busch of Syracuse, IN was arrested. Busch was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While Intoxicated with a blood alcohol content...
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Daniel Boone Visits Miller’s Assisted Living

May 28, 2018
Daniel Boone Visits Miller’s Assisted Living

Danny Russel of Famous Hoosiers, Inc. visited Plymouth Miller’s Assisted Living dressed s famous Hoosier, Daniel Boone.  This is what the Indianapolis Star had to say about Russl and his portrayal of Boone:  “A gratifying one-man act, rewarding and historically accurate. Thanks to a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, Russel has packed more...
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Senator Young Helps Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Protect Victims of Child Abuse

May 27, 2018
Senator Young Helps Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Protect Victims of Child Abuse

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) last week joined Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Chris Coons (Del.), co-chairs of the Senate Law Enforcement Caucus, and U.S. Representatives Ted Poe (Texas) and Jim Costa (Calif.), co-founders and co-chairs of the Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus, to introduce bipartisan legislation (S. 2961) to reauthorize the Victims of Child Abuse...
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Oliver Ford Presents Scholarships

May 26, 2018
Oliver Ford Presents Scholarships

Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth is proud to announce that they given away two $1,000 National FFA-Built Ford Tough Scholarships this year. The first recipient is Jessica Peterson from John Glenn High School. Jessica will be furthering her education at Purdue. The second scholarship recipient is Kaci Pugh from Triton School who will be...
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Bourbon Man Arrested for Dealing in Meth

May 26, 2018
Bourbon Man Arrested for Dealing in Meth

Marshall County’s K9 nabs another one. On Thursday, May 24th, just before 11:30 in the evening, Marshall County Officer Wozniak conducted a traffic stop and investigation in the area of US 31 and 5A Road. A silver, 2000 Mercury passenger car was stopped Officer Wozniak utilized his K9 partner Irok around the vehicle.  Irok...
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Senate Foreign Relations Committee Passes Young Yemen Legislation to Address World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis

May 26, 2018
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Passes Young Yemen Legislation to Address World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis

  This past week, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed bipartisan legislation on Yemen introduced by U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), along with Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Chris Coons (D-Del.). The legislation seeks to end the civil war in Yemen, protect civilians, and address the world’s largest humanitarian disaster — where eight million...
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June Brown Bag Program at Marshall County Museum Features Chicago’s Worlds Fair

May 25, 2018
June Brown Bag Program at Marshall County Museum Features Chicago’s Worlds Fair

After receiving a Lilly Teacher Creativity Grant, Argos teacher, Jenny Harness, became passionate about the fascinating buildings, artifacts, inventions and innovations from the Wolds Fair: Columbian Exposition in 1893. Harness has made numerous trips to Chicago to learn more about the topic and add to her collection. During the June Brown Bag Lunch program...
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