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PLYMOUTH HOUSING PROJECT DENIED FUNDING

March 1, 2016
PLYMOUTH HOUSING PROJECT DENIED FUNDING

On Friday, February 26th, Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann announced the state is awarding more than $14.3 million in rental housing tax credits to 18 multi-family housing developments throughout Indiana. Project activities include new construction, rehabilitation, adaptive reuse (conversion of existing structures), and the preservation of historic buildings funded through the Internal Revenue Service Section 42 Rental...
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Rural Rochester Man Arrested for Meth Lab

March 1, 2016
Rural Rochester Man Arrested for Meth Lab

Rochester – Monday night at approximately 9:00 p.m., an illegal narcotics investigation by officers from the CLEAN Team resulted in the arrest of Donald Creviston to face felony charges for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a drug lab, neglect of a dependent (two counts), and maintaining a common nuisance. The investigation led officers...
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Raising Funds for a Bison-tennial Art Project in Marshall County

March 1, 2016
Raising Funds for a Bison-tennial Art Project in Marshall County

Indiana Association of United Ways (IaUW) has been coordinating the Bison-tennial Public Art Project. This legacy project will help celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday by decorating and displaying 5-foot-tall fiberglass bison with an end goal of at least one – if not a herd – of bison on display in each of Indiana’s 92 counties....
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County Police Seek Assistance in Locating Wanted Persons

March 1, 2016
County Police Seek Assistance in Locating Wanted Persons

The Marshall County Sheriff is seeking the public’s assistance in locating several individuals….. Derek Alan Singleton from Bourbon is wanted for four charges of Neglect of a Dependent with two of them being for dealing with a child present or bodily injury.  Singleton also has a warrant for failure to appear on a probation...
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Empowering Workforce Development

March 1, 2016
Empowering Workforce Development

Despite Indiana’s peak levels of employment, across the state there are nearly 330,000 people who are either unemployed or not participating in the workforce. Senate Bill 301 is a strategic step toward developing a demand-driven workforce system in Indiana. State Senator Randy head said, “SB 301 would help career and technical training providers tailor their...
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Argos Schools Raise Money for Riley

March 1, 2016
Argos Schools Raise Money for Riley

Argos Community Schools completed a Penny War, collecting pennies during Winter Spirit Week, in excess of $700 to be donated to Riley´s Children´s Hospital. Pictured are Argos students Tia Freshour, Gabby Allen and McKenna Burkholder with the Argos Schools´ donation.
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Harold K. Wentzel – 85 – of Plymouth

March 1, 2016
Harold K. Wentzel – 85 – of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Bonnie J. Hendricks – 67 – from Plymouth

March 1, 2016

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Time Running Out to File for College Financial Aid

March 1, 2016
Time Running Out to File for College Financial Aid

More than $300 million in state financial aid for college is available this year for Indiana students who qualify for need and performance-based scholarships. To receive financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid—or the FAFSA—by Thursday, March 10. Unfortunately, too many students fail to complete the FAFSA—either because they don’t know they...
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Vocal Trash Recycles Hits, Instruments at Culver Academies

March 1, 2016
Vocal Trash Recycles Hits, Instruments at Culver Academies

“Oldies but goodies” takes on a double meaning when The Huffington Concert Series presents Vocal Trash at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 9, in Culver Academies’ Eppley Auditorium. Vocal Trash is an ensemble that performs pop tunes spanning the decades. But songs aren’t the only things the group recycles. Playing instruments fashioned from items salvaged from the...
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