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Argos Elementary Prepares To Welcome The Class of 2030

March 26, 2017
Argos Elementary Prepares To Welcome The Class of 2030

Argos Elementary welcomes all families wishing to attend Argos Community Schools. In preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, Argos Elementary will hold their annual Preschool and Kindergarten Roundup night on Tuesday, April 11. Parents and students should plan to attend between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. All incoming kindergarten students will go through a...
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Heminger House Announces Flocking Fundraiser

March 25, 2017
Heminger House Announces Flocking Fundraiser

During the months of April and May, in the dead of the night, pink and purple flamingos are appearing the yards of the friends that you and other supporters of victims of domestic violence paid to have “Flocked”.  Each of the flocks will have a note explaining how a friend of theirs paid to...
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3 Arrested Saturday in Garro Street Search Warrant

March 25, 2017
3 Arrested Saturday in Garro Street Search Warrant

On Saturday March 25,  at approximately 9:20 officers with the Marshall County Police Department and Plymouth Police and Marshall County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 700  West  Garro Apt. 3. Three people were taken into custody for various drug offenses. Anthony Banks – HTV-life, Maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful...
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Collecting Memories, A new Project at the County Museum Initiated by the Genealogy Society

March 25, 2017
Collecting Memories, A new Project at the County Museum Initiated by the Genealogy Society

Wednesday afternoons beginning April 5 from 1-3, expert photograph digitizers will be at the Marshall County Museum to scan interesting, historical and family photographs and add them to the community collection. Collecting Memories is a photograph scanning project initiated by the genealogy society. The group is seeking community photos from around Marshall County to...
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Commissioners Approve April 7th Public Ceremony on Court House Lawn

March 24, 2017
Commissioners Approve April 7th Public Ceremony on Court House Lawn

Diane Fisher, representing Prevent Child Abuse Marshall County appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners on the 20th seeking permission to place pinwheels on the Court House lawn and conduct a small ceremony on April 7th. April is both Child Abuse Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month so on the 7th, Prevent Child Abuse...
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Senator Head: How Indiana Uses Lottery Money

March 24, 2017
Senator Head:  How Indiana Uses Lottery Money

  As the General Assembly works on Indiana’s next two-year budget, it is helpful to understand how the state funds its budget. Most state revenue comes from taxes, permits, licenses and fees. Another source of state funding is the revenue generated from Hoosier Lottery sales. Since 1989, the lottery has added more than $5...
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Tidbits from Triton

March 24, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

Staff members of Plymouth Veterinary Clinic visited Triton Jr. High School with their therapy dog program on March 15th. These Vet Techs have formed a corporation known as PVC PALS which trains dogs to be service/ therapy animals. The dogs enjoy visiting schools and working with students at those schools. The students also enjoy...
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WARNING! Muckshaw Road Railroad Crossing Isn’t Working

March 24, 2017
WARNING!  Muckshaw Road Railroad Crossing Isn’t Working

Drivers who use Muckshaw Road just south of the Plymouth city limits should have noticed the stop signs placed at the railroad crossing this week. According the Sheriff Matt Hassel, the signs were placed at his request after being notified by the dispatchers that the crossing arms and lights are not working correctly. Hassel...
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It’s Tri Kappa Easter Time!

March 24, 2017
It’s Tri Kappa Easter Time!

Over 5,000 Easter eggs were made in a two day time frame last weekend.   Yes, that count is correct, 5,000!  The Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are ready.  The eggs are 4 oz. of deliciousness with your choice of peanut butter, butter cream or mint filling and dipped in milk chocolate.   Yes, mouth watering chocolate eggs...
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Arrow Head RC&D Awards Grant to Marshall County

March 23, 2017
Arrow Head RC&D Awards Grant to Marshall County

The Arrow Head Country Resource Conservation & Development Council recently met in Winamac to award over $55,000 in grants to 15 groups from 7 counties in the RC&D area.  Arrow Head is pleased to award $3,000 to Marshall County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) for their 2017 programs.  Some of the money was...
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