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The Town of Argos to Create Business Directory

April 18, 2019
The Town of Argos to Create Business Directory

Kerri Martin from Red Door Marketing has been hired by the Town of Argos to create a Town of Argos Business Directory. The Town of Argos is promoting local businesses through an online directory, as well as targeted social media advertisement.  Martin said, “There are many perks to doing business in a small town...
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Local Vendors Invited to Showcase Goods at Tractor Supply’s Market Day

April 18, 2019
Local Vendors Invited to Showcase Goods at Tractor Supply’s Market Day

Tractor Supply stores nationwide are calling all farmers, craft makers and artisans to sell their homemade and homegrown goods during Tractor Supply’s Market Day, which will be held Saturday, May 18. The event is an opportunity for members of the community to show off their talents, whether they have been selling their goods for...
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Attorney General Hill Obtains Medical License Suspension of Doctor Alleged to Exploit Female Patients

April 18, 2019
Attorney General Hill Obtains Medical License Suspension of Doctor Alleged to Exploit Female Patients

Attorney General Curtis Hill today announced that the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana has suspended the medical license of a Henry County physician accused of exploiting female patients. Attorney General Hill sought the suspension of Dr. Benjamin Loveridge’s license after the physician was accused of repeatedly touching female patients and attempting to engage them...
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Trout Season on Inland Streams Opens April 27

April 18, 2019
Trout Season on Inland Streams Opens April 27

Thousands of stocked trout will be available to Indiana anglers on opening day of inland stream trout fishing on Saturday, April 27. In order to protect stocked trout, certain streams are closed to all fishing from April 15 until opening day. In addition, some sections of streams are designated as year-round “catch and release...
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MOMS HELPLINE LAUNCHES TEXT SERVICE

April 18, 2019

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) MOMS Helpline has launched a new texting service to better link Hoosier mothers to services available in their communities and improve the health of women and their babies.   This new channel of communication will enable the MOMS Helpline to expand its reach and ensure that women...
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Crouch announces 2019 Stellar Communities Program Finalists, Marshall & Starke County Groups are Finalists

April 18, 2019
Crouch announces 2019  Stellar Communities Program Finalists, Marshall & Starke County Groups are Finalists

Today, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch announced the finalists for the 2019 Stellar Communities Program. After a thorough review of the letters of intent by the Stellar partner agencies, the following regions have been chosen as finalists: Constellation of Starke, which consists of Hamlet, Knox, North Judson and Starke County; Jay! Region, which is comprised...
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Weather Related Cancellations or Postponements

April 18, 2019
Weather Related Cancellations or Postponements

The PHS Girls Tennis match for tonight at Northwood has been postponed until next Wednesday, April 24th.  Same time — 5pm at Northwood. The Argos High School Baseball game tonight against Caston has been cancelled
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PCSC School Bus Driver Medical Emergency Incident Ends Safely Thanks to Bus Aide’s Quick Actions

April 17, 2019
PCSC School Bus Driver Medical Emergency Incident Ends Safely Thanks to Bus Aide’s Quick Actions

On Wednesday, April 17, around 8:15 a.m., a Plymouth Community School Corporation veteran bus driver, was in noticeable distress while driving his bus on his normal prekindergarten Wednesday pickup route. A Jefferson Elementary School preschool aide, who is also a pre-K bus aide, was also on the bus. She jumped into immediate action putting...
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Don Coffin Asks Commissioners for Help in Obtaining a Septic Permit

April 17, 2019
Don Coffin Asks Commissioners for Help in Obtaining a Septic Permit

A concerned resident appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday with concerns as he is trying to obtain a septic permit. Donald Coffin Jr. who lives at 3822 Thorn Road told the commissioners he purchased the property at 3794 Thorn Road with plans to place a mobile home on the property where one...
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Top 10 Reasons While People are Booked into the Marshall County Jail

April 17, 2019
Top 10 Reasons While People are Booked into the Marshall County Jail

The Marshall County Jail has been experiencing issues with overcrowding.  Earlier this year Sheriff Matt Hassel told the commissioners there has been a steady increase in the jail population since 2015.  He gave a brief rundown on the average daily population over the last 4 years.  In 2015 the average daily population was 127...
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Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Members Approve 6th TIF District for Centennial Crossings

April 17, 2019
Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Members Approve 6th TIF District for Centennial Crossings

Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission took the final step in creating the city’s 6th TIF district. During a public hearing Heidi Amspach with Baker Tilly, formerly Umbaugh & Associates presented members with the tax impact statement.  The statement was also given to the overlapping taxing units which include Marshall County, the...
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Pilgrims take advantage of Concord miscues for second NLC win

April 17, 2019
Pilgrims take advantage of Concord miscues for second NLC win

PLYMOUTH – Six Concord errors and an outstanding pitching performance led Plymouth to a shut out win over the Minutemen 7-0 at Bill Nixon Field. Plymouth got a second straight outstanding pitching performance, this time from left hander Ezra Winkle as he threw under 80 pitches in a complete game one hitter. Winkle allowed...
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Plymouth splits NLC meets

April 17, 2019

Plymouth splits NLC meets SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School was the setting for the NLC girl’s track meet for the Lady Pilgrim track team. The Pilgrims split with Goshen and the host Warriors. The Pilgrims defeated Wawasee 69-63 but fell to Goshen 70-62. Kacee Peters, Caitlyn Carothers, and Cece Robinson were double first place...
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Triton takes HNAC win over LaVille

April 17, 2019

Triton takes HNAC win over LaVille LAKEVILLE – Triton took a road conference tennis win over LaVille by a final of 4-1. •TRITON 4, LAVILLE 1 #1 singles – Charlet Kapke (LV) def Molly McFarland (T) 7-6(7-5), 6-0 #2 singles – Maddie Ritchison (T) def Taylor Garrett (LV) 6-1, 7-5 #3 singles – Ivy...
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Westville defeats Argos

April 17, 2019

Westville defeats Argos ARGOS – The Lady Dragon softball team fell to Westville by a final of 15-4. Argos had hits by Allison Zahm, Madisyn Bareaus, and Leslie Cathers with RBIs by Carleigh Miller, Bareus and Erin Edwards.
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LaVille falls to #11 Winamac

April 17, 2019

LaVille falls to #11 Winamac LAKEVILLE – The LaVille softball team dropped a 20-1 decision to Class 2A #11 Winamac. LaVille had five different players pick up hits. Allison Medors, Ayva Barger, Karly Unruh, and Zoey Thomas collected singles, while Allison Thomas added a double. Barger added an RBI. Alexis Wilfing and Hannah Good...
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Bremen shoots past Culver

April 17, 2019

Bremen shoots past Culver PLYMOUTH – The Bremen Lions put up a fantastic showing at Swan Lake Wednesday against Culver Community. All five varsity players shot below 50 leading to a season team low of 189. The Lions were led by Carter Leman (45), Brett Yelaska (47), Josh Hawkins (48), Brennen Adams (49), and...
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Culver Academy, Concord top LaVille

April 17, 2019

Culver Academy, Concord top LaVille CULVER – Nathan Nichols-Petersen carded a five-over-par 41 to lead the LaVille golf team in a triangular match against Concord and host Culver Academy. CMA’s Mikey Perrea shot a fine round of three-under-par 33 to earn medalist honors for CMA. Travis Hermon was the top Concord player, shooting a...
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Argos Park Board to Hold Public Meeting

April 17, 2019
Argos Park Board to Hold Public Meeting

The Argos Park Board will hold a public meeting on Thursday, April 18th seeking the public’s input. The park board is applying for the federally funded Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant for improvements at Pond Park.  The park board is welcoming input from the public and you can find out more about...
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Website Supportplymouthkids.com Offers Information on School Referendum

April 17, 2019
Website Supportplymouthkids.com Offers Information on School Referendum

Citizens in the Plymouth Community School Corporation who may have some questions on the referendum that will appear on the May 7th Municipal Primary Ballot could find some answers on a website created by the school corporation. Supportplymouthkids.com has a section of frequently asked questions where citizens can read the exact language of the...
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