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PREPARING FOR FLU SEASON CAN KEEP HOOSIERS HEALTHY

December 17, 2012
PREPARING FOR FLU SEASON CAN KEEP HOOSIERS HEALTHY

   12/18/12 Wintertime is here and healthwise that means one thing: Flu season.  State health officials are urging Hoosiers to be prepared and take preventative steps as influenza or the “flu” can be dangerous. “Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to avoid the flu,” said State Health Commissioner Gregory Larkin, M.D.  The...
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DNR has low-cost, last-minute gift ideas

December 17, 2012
DNR has low-cost, last-minute gift ideas

  12/18/12 If you’re still looking for some affordable stocking stuffers this holiday season, the Department of Natural Resources is the place to shop. For $10, you can give a gift that lasts a lifetime with the Indiana Tree Project. The donation plants a tree on behalf of a friend or family member and...
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Argos Family Grieves Loss of Mother and Daughter

December 16, 2012
Argos Family Grieves Loss of Mother and Daughter

  12/17/12 A car crash Friday evening just after 6 in Fulton County claimed the life of and Argos mother and one of her twin 10 year old daughters. 46 year old Leesa Sexton was southbound on US 31 just south of 375 North and for an unknown reason, the 2003 Ford Focus she...
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Shop With A Cop Serves 350 Needy

December 16, 2012
Shop With A Cop Serves 350 Needy

  12/17/12 The annual Plymouth FOP 195 Show With A Cop shopping trip was a huge success on Saturday.   Hundreds filled the cafeteria at Plymouth High School for a breakfast provided by the Plymouth Masonic Lodge.  They have been helping for about 10 years.   After breakfast Hurshel Hunter, President of FOP 195...
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Larry Benner – 67 – from Plymouth

December 16, 2012

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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McNeal Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison

December 16, 2012
McNeal Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison

    12/17/12 On February 13, of this year, Anthony W. McNeal of LaPaz was charged with Neglect of a Dependent, a Class B felony, Criminal Recklessness, a Class D felony, and Operating A Vehicle While Intoxicated causing serious bodily injury to another person, a Class D felony.  It was alleged then that McNeal...
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Plymouth Schools Experience Flu

December 16, 2012
Plymouth Schools Experience Flu

  12/17/12 Plymouth and Indiana in general have escaped the wide spread flu outbreaks that neighboring states of Ohio and Kentucky are experiencing; but reportedly, flu-like symptoms have led to at least two sports events being canceled. According to Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon, a wrestling match scheduled for December 6 was postponed...
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12-12-12: THE LAST ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DATE OF THIS CENTURY MARKS RECORD SETTING DAY FOR MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

December 16, 2012
12-12-12: THE LAST ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DATE OF THIS CENTURY MARKS RECORD SETTING DAY FOR MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

  12/17/12 Some believe the last sequential date of this century, 12-12-12, may be the luckiest day of our lifetime. Others say it’s associated with enjoyment, creative expressions, emotions, rejuvenation and rebirth. By all counts, it was destined to be a meaningful day for Marshall County communities. And some would say, it may well...
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Semi – Farm Tractor Accident Sends 1 to Hospital

December 16, 2012
Semi – Farm Tractor Accident Sends 1 to Hospital

  12/17/12 On Friday, December 14th Officer Kerry Brouyette with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department released details of a two vehicle accident at US 30 and King Road involving a 1974 International Farm Tractor and a 2011 Volvo semi.  The accident happened on Thursday, December 6th about 5:45 in the evening. The crash was...
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Wanted: Senate Pages

December 16, 2012
Wanted: Senate Pages

  12/17/12 The Senate began accepting page requests on Dec. 10 for the upcoming legislative session, which runs from Jan. 7 to April 29. The page program gives students in grades six through 12 the opportunity to learn about state government firsthand by participating in the legislative process for a day. Interested students should...
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