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Argos Students Accept Superintendent’s Challenge

February 18, 2014
Argos Students Accept Superintendent’s Challenge

02/19/14 Early last week, Argos Community Schools Superintendent Julie Lauck issued two “No School Today” challenges to students for the next snow day, which happened to be last Wednesday.  The challenges were a poetry contest and or community service.   Second grader James Hendricks volunteered his time on the snow day to help shovel...
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TYNER DAYS HELD AT SEBRING, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 15, 2014

February 18, 2014
TYNER DAYS HELD AT SEBRING, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 15, 2014

  02/19/14 Forty people met at Homer’s Restaurant on Saturday, February 15, 2014 at noon to celebrate Tyner-Polk Township Days.  President Joe Bottorff called the meeting to order and offered prayer for the dinner. Betty (Long) Geible was the oldest person in attendance at the age of 91.  Those attending Tyner Days for the...
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DNR offers beginning turkey hunting workshop in March

February 18, 2014
DNR offers beginning turkey hunting workshop in March

  02/19/14 Registration is open for a DNR workshop series in March that will teach how to hunt wild turkey. “Hunt, Fish, Eat: Wild Turkey” is part of the ongoing “Hunt, Fish, Eat” program that is run by the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife and teaches self-reliance. The program is free. Installments of...
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Additional Break-Ins Reported at Lake of the Woods

February 17, 2014
Additional Break-Ins Reported at Lake of the Woods

  02/18/14    On Friday, February 14th at approximately 12:00 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received information of a house that had allegedly been broken into with items removed.  Deputy Les McFarland responded to the residence located in the 3,000 block of West Shore Drive at Lake of the Woods in Bremen.   The officer...
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6th Grade Lady Rockets Win 2 Last Week

February 17, 2014

  The 6th grade Lady Rockets kicked off their season with two impressive wins last week.  The Wawasee Warriors visited RIS, and were met by a prepared and determined Lady Rockets team.  The A Team won 36-9, and their defensive shined throughout the game. The A team also played great unselfish offensive.  Every member...
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Bristow Arrested on Warrant & Operating Without a License

February 17, 2014
Bristow Arrested on Warrant & Operating Without a License

  02/18/14  On Saturday, February 14th Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer initiated a traffic stop in the 1400 block of North Michigan Street for a seat belt violation.  During the traffic stop it was found that the driver, 27 year old Krista L. Bristow of Plymouth was wanted on an active warrant through Marshall...
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Carnigie Arrested on Multiple Charges

February 17, 2014
Carnigie Arrested on Multiple Charges

  02/18/14  On Friday, February 14th Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the area of Michigan and 5A Roads.   The driver, 31 year old Victor S. Carnegie Jr. of Plymouth was known to the officer and known not to hold a valid driver’s license.  During the investigation Mr. Carnegie...
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Purdue Extension to Offer New 4-H Parent Orientation Sessions

February 17, 2014
Purdue Extension to Offer New 4-H Parent Orientation Sessions

2/18/14  Do you have a child that wants to join 4-H for the first time? Are you worried about what that means for you or them or your family? Join the club! The Marshall County 4-H office is dedicated to helping new parents ease into the 4-H program. They realize that while youth get...
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Senator Head’s Bill Provides Relief for Struggling Schools

February 17, 2014
Senator Head’s Bill Provides Relief for Struggling Schools

02/18/14 Keeping Indiana’s school systems running smoothly and efficiently is vital to the education of our students. Due to a protected levy, schools in Indiana have experienced shortfalls in their transportation funds. In order to keep our schools performing at an optimal level, it is important that they get relief. State Senator Randy Head...
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Heartland Artists Gallery welcome Laurie Bella and Rosie Mireles

February 17, 2014
Heartland Artists Gallery welcome Laurie Bella and Rosie Mireles

02/18/14 Heartland Artists Gallery is proud to show artist’s work of Laurie Balla and Rosie Mireles from February 10th through March 8th.  The Gallery is located at 103 West LaPorte Street in downtown Plymouth and the regular gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 10-4.   Laurie Balla, watercolor and acrylic artists from Mishawaka is...
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