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Dec. 14 Festival of Trees at Miller’s Senior Living Open House

December 2, 2014
Dec. 14 Festival of Trees at Miller’s Senior Living Open House

Each year Miller’s Senior Living Community extends an invitation to area individuals, businesses, clubs and organizations to decorate a Christmas tree that captures the personality of the business or organization. The decorating is now underway for the Annual Festival of Trees. Voting for the Festival of Trees will take place at the facility’s Holiday...
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Triton Students Watch Sandhill Cranes

December 2, 2014
Triton Students Watch Sandhill Cranes

Triton Biology students braved the cold and traveled with their teacher, Dawn Slein, to watch the Sandhill Cranes gather together for an evening in November. More than 6,700 sandhill cranes were counted at Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife area that day in November. Late September through December is the peak season for watching these cranes.
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Lighting Project at Nixon Field Under Way

December 2, 2014
Lighting Project at Nixon Field Under Way

On Monday, Michiana Contracting began the process to remove and install new lights at Bill Nixon Field in Centennial Park. The lights at Bill Nixon Field were installed in the mid 70s. The eight light poles that are ninety feet tall were removed on Monday. Six of the lights and poles made their way...
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Michele Riise Selected as New Superintendent for Argos Schools

December 2, 2014
Michele Riise Selected as New Superintendent for Argos Schools

In a special meeting the Argos School Board introduced Michele Riise as the new superintendent for Argos Community Schools Monday night. Riise will make the move from the Plymouth Community School Corporation where she has served as the Director of Quality Programs since 2012 to the Argos Schools on January 1st of 2015. She...
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4 Change Orders for 7th Road Project

December 1, 2014
4 Change Orders for 7th Road Project

The update on the 7th Road project during the Commissioner’s meeting on Monday included four change orders totaling $165,264.34. Bart Trester from USI said a number of work orders had been approved by both Commissioner Kevin Overmyer and INDOT to keep the project moving forward. Some of those include the unforeseen issues with soils,...
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McHargue to Donate Lot at Gill Park

December 1, 2014
McHargue to Donate Lot at Gill Park

Monday evening Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members of the Plymouth Park Board that he had just learned Monday afternoon a local couple has decided to donate a parcel of land in Gill Park. Arnold and Dawn McHargue will be donating one lot to the city that has river access. About a month...
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Argos High School Senior Named Special Scholarship Candidate for National Merit Scholarship Program

December 1, 2014
Argos High School Senior Named Special Scholarship Candidate for National Merit Scholarship Program

Argos Jr.-Sr. High School is proud to announce that Taylor Wade O’Dell, son of Chris and Laurie O’Dell, has been named as a Special Scholarship Candidate through the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. Based upon Taylor’s 2013 PSAT/NMSQT Scores, he is now eligible to compete for a corporate scholarship sponsored by NiSource Charitable Foundation....
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71 Year Old Argos Arrested for OWI

December 1, 2014
71 Year Old Argos Arrested for OWI

At 3:15 P.M. on Friday, November 28th Sergeant Rick Kanarr with the Bourbon Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of West Center and Thayer Streets in Bourbon. The traffic stop was for a traffic violation. During his investigation 71 year old Diana Locke of Argos was found to have been drinking...
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Plymouth School Board Regular Meeting & Executive Session on Tuesday

December 1, 2014
Plymouth School Board Regular Meeting & Executive Session on Tuesday

The Plymouth School Board will meet on December 2 for both an executive session and a regular meeting. The executive session is set for 6:00 P.M. to “discuss a job performance evaluation of individual employees“. The regular meeting will follow the executive session at approximately 7:00 P.M. The regular meeting is open to the...
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Sunrise Chapel Closes Doors after 56 Years

December 1, 2014
Sunrise Chapel Closes Doors after 56 Years

A little more than 56 years ago, on June 15, 1958, Mrs. Norma Bare of Plymouth was among the 43 persons who attended the first morning worship service at the Plymouth Public Library of a church group that would later be named Sunrise Chapel. On Sunday, November 16, 2014, Mrs. Bare was one of...
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