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File Taxes with INfreefile

March 26, 2015
File Taxes with INfreefile

Nearly two million Hoosier taxpayers may qualify to file their federal and state taxes online for free using Indiana freefile (INfreefile). For Hoosiers who still need to file, this may be a convenient option. If a taxpayer has an adjusted gross income of $60,000 or less for 2014, they may be eligible for INfreefile....
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Tidbits from Triton

March 26, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Preschool students in the Triton School district enjoyed their morning visit to the kindergarten classrooms at Triton Elementary School earlier this month. They sure look eager for kindergarten this fall!   During the 2nd “Family” Group meeting on Thursday, March 19, at Triton Elementary School, the students participated in a “Marshmallow Challenge.” The object was...
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Rep. Harman and Sen. Mishler to Host Town Hall Meeting in Bremen

March 25, 2015
Rep. Harman and Sen. Mishler to Host Town Hall Meeting in Bremen

State Representative Tim Harman a Republican from Bremen and State Senator Ryan Mishler a Republican from Bremen will host a town hall meeting in Bremen this Saturday, March 28. The meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 9 a.m. and includes an update of the 2015 legislative session. TheBremen Town Hall is located at...
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Habitat Seeks Applications with “A Brush with Kindness”

March 25, 2015
Habitat Seeks Applications with “A Brush with Kindness”

The Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is currently accepting applications for its “A Brush with Kindness” program.  This program is specific in offering services to low-income homeowners in need of minor home repairs, yard work, exterior painting and routine homeowner repairs within Marshall County. Volunteers from across Marshall County communities will work together...
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City Named Tree City USA

March 25, 2015
City Named Tree City USA

Last week Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter was notified my mail that the City of Plymouth earned the 2014 Tree City USA distinction on behalf of the Arbor Day Foundation.  Matt Harris, Chief Executive said, “Residents of Plymouth ought to be proud to live in a community that makes the planting and care of trees...
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Phillip I. Woodke – from Plymouth

March 25, 2015

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Helen L. Schroder – 90 – from Plymouth

March 25, 2015
Helen L. Schroder – 90 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Ancilla Announces Certified Nursing Assistant Class

March 25, 2015
Ancilla Announces Certified Nursing Assistant Class

Ancilla College is offering an additional class in health sciences this summer. Enrollment is now open for the Certified Nursing Assistant course. After passing the Indiana State Health Department CNA test, Certified Nursing Assistants are state certified to become a nurse’s aide in long-term care facilities, home health and hospice groups, and assisted living...
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Argos Residents Urged to Obtain Pet Tags

March 25, 2015
Argos Residents Urged to Obtain Pet Tags

The Argos Clerk’s Office now has “Pet Tags” available.  Residents will receive their Spring Newsletter any day and will find information on the tags. Pet tags are required for both cats and dogs age six months and older.  Argos residents must bring their pets current vaccination records to the Clerk’s office.  Tag will be...
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Wilcox Arrested for Public Intox.

March 25, 2015
Wilcox Arrested for Public Intox.

Tuesday afternoon about 1:30 Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch investigated a complaint of a possible intoxicated person at 925 Dora Lane. Officer Deisch located 40 year old Donald J. Wilcox of 903 Berkley Street at the address.  Wilcox was arrested and transported to the Marshall County Jail for public intox and held on a...
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