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SUMMER HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE IN FULL FORCE THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS!

July 16, 2015
SUMMER HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE IN FULL FORCE THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS!

The next couple of days we can expect to see exceptionally hot and humid conditions coming to our area.  Heat index values near or above 100 degrees are possible in the afternoon hours beginning Friday and continuing through Sunday. Heat is one of the leading weather-related killer’s in the United States so it is...
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Precinct Committeeman Call for Candidates in Walnut 1

July 16, 2015
Precinct Committeeman Call for Candidates in Walnut 1

Mark A. Thompson the Walnut 1 Republican Precinct Committee Chairman is reminding Argos citizens of seats that are open to candidates for the upcoming town convention. There are three (3) council seats on the Argos Town Council, and the Clerk-Treasurers position, whose terms expire on December 31st, 2015. Any qualified republican that would like...
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Saving Lives Through Training and Education

July 16, 2015
Saving Lives Through Training and Education

The Culver Union Township Public Library will host a special fire training program to children in the community on Saturday, July 23rd at 10:30 in the morning. The Kasey Program is a philanthropic organization established in 1995 to bring fire and life safety skills to children of all ages in a fun and memorable...
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Matt Poss Band on Stage for Encore’s Music in the Park this Friday

July 16, 2015
Matt Poss Band on Stage for Encore’s Music in the Park this Friday

Encore Performing Arts’ Music in the Park series features the Matt Poss Band this Friday, July 17. The group from Effingham, Ill. is a five-piece country rock band in business for over a decade. The group is comprised of Adam Burtch on bass guitar and vocals; Rob Rennier on drums, percussion and vocals; Matt...
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Governor Pence Thanks National FFA Organization for Relocating National Convention & Expo to Indianapolis

July 16, 2015
Governor Pence Thanks National FFA Organization for Relocating National Convention & Expo to Indianapolis

Indianapolis – At a press conference Wednesday morning, Governor Mike Pence thanked the National FFA Organization for bringing their National Convention and Expo back home again to Indianapolis through the year 2024, a move expected to generate more than $300 million in economic impact.   “Indiana is ready and committed to support this event...
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PCSC Superintendent Cleared by Hospital to Recover at Home from Last Month’s Kidney Transplant

July 16, 2015
PCSC Superintendent Cleared by Hospital to Recover at Home from Last Month’s Kidney Transplant

After being readmitted to the hospital due to complications for a second time after Kidney transplant surgery, Plymouth Community School Corporation is happy to report Superintendent Dan Tyree has been released from an Indy Hospital this past Sunday and is back home! Tyree stopped by the PCSC Administration building Tuesday to say hello and give...
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County Council Approves Changes to Personnel Policy

July 15, 2015
County Council Approves Changes to Personnel Policy

The Marshall County Personnel Committee made recommendations to the Council during their meeting on Monday. Councilmember Judy Stone and a member of the personnel committee presented several recommendations approved by the committee. The first issued addressed compensatory time.  The policy change will affect employees who transfer from one department to another.  In the past...
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Lincoln Jr. High School has Plenty Lined up to Kickoff the School Year!

July 15, 2015
Lincoln Jr. High School has Plenty Lined up to Kickoff the School Year!

With the start of the school year close to three-weeks away, many Principals like Reid Gault of Lincoln Junior High School in Plymouth are back in the building preparing for the quickly approaching day where the bell will ring and students will once again fill the halls. This will be Gault’s 20th year in...
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City Council Approves Requests

July 15, 2015
City Council Approves Requests

Members of the Plymouth Common Council approved several requests during their meeting Monday evening. The Plymouth Kilwinning Masonic Lodge was given permission to use the fenced in area of the water tower near Pilgrim Manor during the Blueberry Festival for securing their golf carts in while operating their parking lots. Also approved by the...
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Bremen Police Report 7/3 – 7/9

July 15, 2015
Bremen Police Report 7/3 – 7/9

Bremen’s Police Chief, Matt Hassel released his department activity report for the week of July 3rd through the 9th. Officers with the Bremen Police Department issues of total of 58 traffic warnings and 14 traffic citations during the reporting period.   They also investigated one crash on July 6th in the parking lot of Woodies...
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