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2014 Pinney Purdue Field Day – August 20

August 4, 2014
2014 Pinney Purdue Field Day – August 20

Bob Yoder, Extension Educator for the Marshall County Purdue Extension office released information on the up-coming Pinney Purdue Field Day. The 2014 edition of Pinney Purdue Field Day is scheduled for Wednesday, August 20 at the Pinney Purdue Agriculture Center, 11402 County Line Road, Wanatah, two miles west of US 421 and ½ mile...
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Nature becomes Art at the hands of the Lake Shore Gourders

August 4, 2014
Nature becomes Art at the hands of the Lake Shore Gourders

Heartland Artists Gallery welcomes the Lake Shore Gouders. These amazing artists take a simple gourd and turn into a work of art that will amaze. The Lakeshore Gourders Patch is a member of the Indiana Gourd Society. They meet once a month usually around the Valpo area and have about 15 to 20 members....
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Donnelly: Bipartisan VA Legislation Will Help Hoosier Veterans, Reform VA

August 4, 2014
Donnelly: Bipartisan VA Legislation Will Help Hoosier Veterans, Reform VA

Washington, D.C.—Senator Joe Donnelly Thursday supported bipartisan legislation that seeks to reduce wait times at VA health care facilities, improve access to health care for veterans, and increase accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act of 2014, a bipartisan House-Senate compromise, passed the Senate by a vote...
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PHS pitching and catching camp

August 4, 2014

The Plymouth High School coaching staff will be conducting a pitching and catching camp on Monday’s throughout the month of September. Camp will be held on the following Monday’s in September: 8th, 15th, 22rd, 29th. The camp will run from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. and is open to any player in the area. The...
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ISTEP+ Scores Released

August 4, 2014
ISTEP+ Scores Released

The newly released ISTEP+ (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress Plus) scores for individual schools have school corporations all over the state pouring over the results. The assessment test that has both an academic skills portion and multiple-choice questions is designed to assess mastery of the academic standards set by the 11-member Indiana State...
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Delp Talks Explaines Numbers of Tennis Players

August 3, 2014
Delp Talks Explaines Numbers of Tennis Players

08/04/14 Plymouth native, Michael Delp, has been on the tennis courts since he was six and now spends hours teaching the game he loves as the Summer Tennis Director for the City and Plymouth High School tennis coach. He has served as the PHS Boys Tennis coach for 16 years. But he gives most...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday

August 3, 2014
Commissioners Meeting Monday

08/04/14 Leonard Isban, founder of the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County will appear before the Marshall County Commissioners this morning to seek additional funding for the program that has approximately 800 members. Last month he spoke to the County Council and challenged them to increase their funding of $15,000 for the program....
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County Police Investigate Hit and Run Accident

August 3, 2014
County Police Investigate Hit and Run Accident

08/04/14 Thursday afternoon about 3:15 36 year old Kevin M. Drummond of Plymouth was traveling westbound on Lincoln Highway west of Tulip Road in a 1989 Chevy pickup when he was slowing down with the turn signal on to turn south into the driveway at 19341 Lincoln Highway for a garage sale. Drummond told...
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Ribbon Cutting for Reno at Johnson Danielson Funeral Home

August 3, 2014
Ribbon Cutting for Reno at Johnson Danielson Funeral Home

Randy and Eleanor Danielson were surrounded by their immediate family and staff members and Mayor Mark Senter for a blessing and ribbon cutting ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home. In August of 2013 the Danielsons announced a major renovation project which included a new entryway from parking area, larger foyer and...
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How the High School Parking $ is Shared

August 1, 2014
How the High School Parking $ is Shared

08/04/14 The long days that the Moose Lodge volunteers spend operating the trams during the annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival means a significant source of income for the organization. The four-day festival is held over the Labor Day weekend in Plymouth. Moose Lodge volunteers take four-hour shifts working on the trams-covered flatbeds with seating...
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