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Square-dancing tractors: That’s a thing at the Indiana State Fair

August 7, 2014
Square-dancing tractors: That’s a thing at the Indiana State Fair

Four men dressed in drag, eight International Harvester Farmall tractors, blaring banjo do-si-do music, and a Grandstand full of people both perplexed and amazed. Lily Pearl’s Square Dancing Tractors of Rochester performed Wednesday, showing off fancy driving and crazy antics on the Indiana State Fair’s dirt track. The show incorporated traditional square dancing with...
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Wrench in General 8-7-14

August 7, 2014


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Marshall County Men Charged with Rape

August 6, 2014
Marshall County Men Charged with Rape

Two Marshall County men were arrested Saturday afternoon and lodged in the Marshall County Jail with a charge of rape. The charges stem from an incident on July 9th of this year. About 3:45 in the afternoon the victim reported to Bourbon Police that she had been raped early that morning outside the home...
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Downtown Revitilization Looks for News Ideas

August 6, 2014
Downtown Revitilization Looks for News Ideas

Members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee met Wednesday evening. Mayor Mark Senter asked members for, “new downtown ideas.” Member Brent Martin sent out 16 to 18 ideas to board members but only Mark Gidley responded to any of them. Martin proposed a private development residential project on Water Street along with the sketch of...
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Argos Town Republican Convention

August 6, 2014

Marshall County Republican Chairman, David Holmes has announced a convention for the Town of Argos. The convention has been called to fill vacancies on the General Election Ballot for the Argos Town Council. The convention will be held at the Argos High School, 500 Yearick Street on Thursday, August 14th. Doors will open at...
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Stillson Honored by Ounce of Prevention for Touching Scholarship Essay

August 6, 2014
Stillson Honored by Ounce of Prevention for Touching Scholarship Essay

Plymouth High School Senior John Stillson was honored by Plymouth’s Ounce of Prevention this week with a special pink bench that will be placed in the community. Stillson, a 2014 graduate of PHS had completed an application for the Ounce of Prevention scholarship this year OOP founders and sisters Jessica Oliver and Jenny Houin...
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Isban Seeks Additional Funding for Boys & Girls Club

August 6, 2014
Isban Seeks Additional Funding for Boys & Girls Club

Leonard Isban, founder of the Boys & Girls Club of Marshall County appeared before the Marshall County Commissioner Monday pleading for additional funding for the clubs in the county. Isban said, “We operate a club here in Plymouth. We operate a club in Bremen and there is a club in Culver. Our goal in...
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SJRMC to Provide Nursing Services to Plymouth Schools

August 6, 2014
SJRMC to Provide Nursing Services to Plymouth Schools

The role of school nurses has changed dramatically over the last few years. Keeping up with the medical needs of students, complex record keeping, and developing health care plans makes the job of the nurse multifaceted. During a meeting on August 5, the Plymouth School Board voted to amend an agreement with SJRMC (Saint...
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PHS Grad Wins Michigan St. Rep. Demo. Primary

August 6, 2014
PHS Grad Wins Michigan St. Rep. Demo. Primary

Tuesday’s election in Michigan ended with a Plymouth High School grad winning the Democratic primary for State Representative in District 37. Chris Jeffirs Greig from the PHS Class of 1981 beat out two other candidates to move on to the general election. It was clear less than two hours after the polls closed that...
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Computer Pick Up Info for PHS Students and Parents

August 6, 2014
Computer Pick Up Info for PHS Students and Parents

Students attending Plymouth High School during the 2014-2015 school year need to pick up their MacBook Pro computers prior to the start of classes on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. Students may pick up their computers in the Library/Media Center during the following dates and times: Thursday, August 7th from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m....
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