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$3 Million Upgrade at Ledyard Water Treatment on Schedule

March 30, 2016
$3 Million Upgrade at Ledyard Water Treatment on Schedule

The Ledyard Water Treatment Plant upgrade project in Plymouth is well underway. Last summer Thieneman Construction from Westfield was awarded the bid to complete the Ledyard Water Treatment Plant.  Thieneman’s base bid was $3,132,000. The facility was originally constructed in 1968 and updated in 1979. This major renovation project includes replacement of the horizontal...
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TASK (Taxpayers for Argos Schools Kids) Meeting Thursday

March 30, 2016
TASK (Taxpayers for Argos Schools Kids) Meeting Thursday

Taxpayers for Argos Schools and Kids (TASK) will present information on the proposed property tax referendum at a meeting on Thursday, March 31st at the Community Life Center at the Argos United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. The meeting will provide information on the proposed referendum.  The referendum will allow the school system to...
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1st Source Bank Awards $24,000 Grant to LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School

March 30, 2016
1st Source Bank Awards $24,000 Grant to LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School

1st Source Bank has awarded a $24,000 grant to LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School for further implementation of Project Lead the Way programming. The funds allow the high school to expand its STEM engineering courses to additional students. 1st Source Business Banker Ken Carbiener, a 1983 LaVille graduate, presented the donation to LaVille students Kathryn...
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Moving Starke County Forward to be Nationally Recognized

March 30, 2016
Moving Starke County Forward to be Nationally Recognized

The Community non-profit organization “Moving Starke County Forward” (MSCF) will be given national exposure for its efforts to improve the health and welfare of Starke County residents.  MSCF board members, Nancy Dembowski, Ted Hayes and Jordan Morris participated in an on-line interview with Megan Garske, Communications Associate for the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps...
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Deadline Nears to Register to Vote in Primary

March 30, 2016
Deadline Nears to Register to Vote in Primary

With just a couple of days left to register for the May primary election, Marshall County officials say they have not seen an uptick in activity at the office. Officials are reminding residents they have through Monday, April 4th to register for the May 3rd primary, in which several county offices are on the...
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Drainage Board Awards Bids for Maintenance Projects

March 30, 2016
Drainage Board Awards Bids for Maintenance Projects

This month members of the Marshal County Drainage Board awarded bids on two maintenance projects. Langfeldt Excavating was the low bidder for the Bohmer Ditch.  The project will clean 5,500 feet at Lake of the Woods.  All stumps will be treated at the time of cutting and brush will be piled or burned within...
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Give blood with the Red Cross during National Volunteer Month

March 30, 2016
Give blood with the Red Cross during National Volunteer Month

The American Red Cross encourages the community to give blood during National Volunteer Month this April and make a difference in the lives of patients in need. More than 3 million generous people donated blood through the Red Cross last year. The Red Cross salutes these volunteer blood donors who helped fulfill its lifesaving...
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Webster School Raises $$ for Riley Hospital

March 30, 2016
Webster School Raises $$ for Riley Hospital

Students and staff members from Webster Elementary School in Plymouth raised $700 for Riley Hospital for Children by wearing their pajamas and slippers to school on March 25th. Pictured are some of Webster’s March Citizens’ of the Month who wore their pajamas: Jaden Dausman, Cody Tolley, Izabella Reynolds, Avery Brown, Ivan Diaz-Pacheco, Heaven Collins,...
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Donnelly Meets with PM Netanyahu, Tours Missile Defense Sites in

March 30, 2016
Donnelly Meets with PM Netanyahu, Tours Missile Defense Sites in

Jerusalem, Israel — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, is leading a congressional delegation overseas in the Middle East this week and was in Israel on the first stop of the trip. He and the delegation met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and visited several military sites to...
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7 Arrested in Starke County at Koontz Lake

March 30, 2016
7 Arrested in Starke County at Koontz Lake

On Monday, March 28th officers from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to a complaint of drug activity at a residence on Eureka Street in Koontz Lake about 5:15. Officers spoke to the renter and were given written consent to search the residence.  K9 Terror was deployed in the residence and alerted on the...
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