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Semi Clips Guide-wires, Causes Tuesday’s Power Outage

April 10, 2013
Semi Clips Guide-wires, Causes Tuesday’s Power Outage

  04/11/13 On Tuesday, April 9th at approximately 1:45 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen was dispatched to the area of the 1000 block of North Michigan Street in reference to a semi that had struck a utility pole causing a power outage. The incident knocked power out to homes and businesses from the...
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Knox Woman Seriously Injured Jumping from Moving Vehicle

April 10, 2013
Knox Woman Seriously Injured Jumping from Moving Vehicle

  04/11/13  On Tuesday, April 9th at approximately 12:37 P.M. the Starke County 911 Dispatch Center received a call of a female that had jumped out of a moving vehicle on State Road 8 near County Road 600 East, just east of Knox. Arriving at the scene officer’s located 23 year old, Alicia Husband...
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Homemade Buckey Fundraiser for M.C. Church Orchestra

April 10, 2013
Homemade Buckey Fundraiser for M.C. Church Orchestra

  04/11/13 The Marshall County Church Orchestra under the direction of Don Harness has been in rehearsals since mid-January.  They are gearing-up for their 2013 summer season.  They once again will be performing at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market, the Marshall County 4-H Fair and Miller’s Senior Living Community during their annual National Assisted Living...
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Healy Group Updates Commissioners on Medical Insurance Plans

April 10, 2013
Healy Group Updates Commissioners on Medical Insurance Plans

  04/11/13 Last week the Marshall County Commissioner received an update from Tony Nyers of The Healy Group on the county’s health insurance plans. The county has been with The Healy Group using Advantage Health Solutions for a couple of years now.  Nyers said, “The 2012 plan summary shows that the plan performed very...
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22nd Annual D.A.R.E. Banquet May 2nd

April 10, 2013
22nd Annual D.A.R.E. Banquet May 2nd

 04/11/13  Marshall County Project D.A.R.E. will hold its 22nd Annual Banquet on Thursday, May 2nd at 6:30 P.M. at Christo’s Banquet Center located at 830 Lincolnway East in Plymouth. This banquet is open to the public and is for the purpose of recognizing D.A.R.E. students from the school districts in Marshall County who were...
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Lincoln Junior HIgh Band Earns Top Honors

April 10, 2013
Lincoln Junior HIgh Band Earns Top Honors

  04/11/13  On Saturday, April 6th, the Lincoln Junior High Bands traveled to Knox Middle School to compete in the Indiana State School Music Association Organizational Festival for junior high/middle school bands and orchestras. All students in band at the 7th and 8th grade level represent their school at this festival. Both of the Lincoln Junior...
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Argos Students Present “Hello Dolly” this Weekend

April 10, 2013
Argos Students Present “Hello Dolly” this Weekend

  04/11/13 The Argos High School choral department will be presenting their spring musical “Hello Dolly” this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Tickets are available at the door or from the high school office for $5. The cast includes sixty high school students along with an additional 11...
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Free Golf at the Plymouth Library

April 10, 2013
Free Golf at the Plymouth Library

  04/11/13 The Plymouth Public Library is offering the community a chance to win golf. From Monday, April 14th through Friday, April 19 patrons can stop at the adult circulation desk in the library and drop their name in the box.  That’s all there is too it.  Two winners will be announced on Saturday,...
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Donnelly Tells off-ramped Guard Members and Their Families He’s Here to Help

April 10, 2013
Donnelly Tells off-ramped Guard Members and Their Families He’s Here to Help

  04/11/13 Wednesday, Senator Joe Donnelly announced that due to the Army’s decision to off-ramp four Indiana National Guard Units, he is here to help. In late March, the Army reversed its decision to immediately off-ramp four Indiana National Guard units, instead delaying this action, which would have significantly impacted more than 1,000 Guard...
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ISTA Reacts to Senate Passage of HB 1003

April 10, 2013

Today the Indiana Senate narrowly passed HB 1003, an expansion of Indiana’s private school voucher bill. The close vote reflects the controversy that this bill rightfully engenders, expanding a program that is not even two years old. No meaningful data support the expansion of this entitlement program. ISTA continues to believe that expansion of...
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