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Large Item Fall Cleam-Up in Argos

October 5, 2012
Large Item Fall Cleam-Up in Argos

  10/08/12  Once again the Town of Argos will have the Fall Large Item Clean Up.  Item such as furniture, mattresses and the like that the residents wish to dispose of can be placed at the curb for pick on Wednesday, October 10th and 24th.  Appliances must be tagged showing that the chemicals have...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Master Contract with PEA

October 5, 2012
Plymouth School Board Approves Master Contract with PEA

10/08/12 At the October 2 meeting of the Plymouth School Board, the three members present voted unanimously to approve the Master Contract with the Plymouth Educational Association (PEA). Board members Larry Holloway and Todd Samuelson were absent from the meeting. According to Tyree, new laws in place meant the contract negotiations had to be...
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Indiana House Republicans introduce agenda centered on Fiscal Integrity, Jobs, and Education

October 5, 2012
Indiana House Republicans introduce agenda centered on Fiscal Integrity, Jobs, and Education

  10/08/12 Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis), joined by State Rep. Bill Friend (R-Macy), announced the House Republican Agenda Friday which focuses on making Indiana a stronger state for future generations.   “Over the years, my wife and I have worked hard to provide for our children, and...
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ELMER L. CLARK – 84 – from longtime resident of Marshall County

October 4, 2012
ELMER L. CLARK – 84 – from longtime resident of Marshall County

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral at right for complete details.
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Elkhart Man Leads County Police on High Speed Chase

October 4, 2012
Elkhart Man Leads County Police on High Speed Chase

  10/05/12 On Saturday September 29, 2012 at approximately 12:16 AM Marshall County Police Officer Kerry Brouyette was patrolling on US 31 north of Kenilworth Road when he observed a passenger car traveling at a high rate of speed. Officer Brouyette clocked the vehicle at a speed of 96 MPH in a 60 MPH...
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AD Benge Reports on Student Athletes at PHS

October 4, 2012
AD Benge Reports on Student Athletes at PHS

  10/05/12 The number of student athletes in Plymouth High School showed a drop in the 2011-2012 school year, but the number of contests they participated in rose. Athletic Director Roy Benge presented his annual report to the Plymouth School Board on October 2. Benge said the total number of participants was 685, but...
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Lane Restrictions for Paving on U.S. 31

October 4, 2012
Lane Restrictions for Paving on U.S. 31

10/05/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces daytime lane restrictions on U.S. 31 between State Road 10 and 12th Road near Argos on Friday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 9th. Both the northbound and southbound lanes will be affected. One lane of traffic will be open in each direction during the work. INDOT...
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U.S. GRANULES ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS

October 4, 2012
U.S. GRANULES ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS

10/05/12 U.S. Granules Corporation (USG), a world leader in the production of specification aluminum granules with manufacturing facilities in Plymouth, Indiana and Henrietta, Missouri, announces the promotions of James Faulstich, Nick Chaney, and Bryan Howard each Marshall County natives and graduates of Plymouth High School.  USG is committed to the growth and development of...
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Turn Plymouth Pink in Honor of Nancy Jaynes

October 4, 2012
Turn Plymouth Pink in Honor of Nancy Jaynes

  10/05/12 Mayor Mark Senter has proclaimed to the citizens of Plymouth to Turn Plymouth Pink in October.  His proclamation follows:  WHEREAS; Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer, and WHEERAS; The chance of a woman having invasive breast cancer some time during her...
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City Street Projects to Begin Monday

October 4, 2012
City Street Projects to Begin Monday

10/05/12 Bill Masura, Phend & Brown Project Manager for the Plymouth Street Projects  said Wednesday after they are planning on beginning work on Plymouth City Streets next Monday, October 8th. The following streets will be affected: Center Street – Monroe to Jackson Ewing Street – Michigan to Bayless Madison Street – Eighth to Dead...
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