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Fitness Forum Offers Heel Scan for Osteoporosis Month

October 7, 2013
Fitness Forum Offers Heel Scan for Osteoporosis Month

  10/08/13 October is National Osteoporosis month and Fitness Forum is offering Heel Scan – Health Screens on Tuesday and Thursday 10/15 and 10/17 by appointment.  The scan can be completed in as little as 10 minutes and you will receive your results immediately.  Cost for the scan is $5 for members and $10...
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State Fire Marshal Encourages Hoosiers to Prevent a Common Hazard: Kitchen Fires

October 7, 2013
State Fire Marshal Encourages Hoosiers to Prevent a Common Hazard: Kitchen Fires

  10/08/13 The State Fire Marshal is encouraging Hoosiers to participate in Fire Prevention Week from October 6-12. The theme of the week is ‘Prevent Kitchen Fires.’ The Fire Marshal’s Office is a division of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. “Kitchen fires are the most common type of fire and are easily preventable,”...
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LaPaz Man Killed in Moped Accident

October 6, 2013
LaPaz Man Killed in Moped Accident

  10/07/13 A moped accident Sunday afternoon killed a LaPaz man. Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said 63 year old Terry L. Rush of the 3100 block of Olive Road was southbound on Olive Road just north of 4th Road and for an unknown reason lost control of the moped and crash on the...
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September Jail Activity Report

October 6, 2013
September Jail Activity Report

  10/07/13  The number one reason for people being lodged in the Marshall County Jail during September was Operating While Intoxicated.   Failure to Appear was the number two reason with Theft coming in third.   Probation Violations were fourth and Operator Never Licensed rounded out the top five.  The remaining reasons people were booked in...
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Chainsaws Stolen from Residence on Lincoln Highway

October 6, 2013
Chainsaws Stolen from Residence on Lincoln Highway

  10/07/13  On Thursday, October 3rd at 1:28 p.m. Marshall County Police Officer Larry Snyder took a theft report from a property owner in the 15,000 block of Lincoln Highway.  The victim indicated that sometime between Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00 p.m. and Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. unknown subjects entered an unlocked garage and...
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Virgil D. Enders – 93 – formerly of Bourbon

October 6, 2013
Virgil D. Enders – 93 – formerly of Bourbon

   Deaton Clemens Funeral Home is privileged to be entrusted in arranging the services. Th
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Preservation Council Presents Awards at Annual Meeting

October 6, 2013
Preservation Council Presents Awards at Annual Meeting

10/07/13 The annual meeting of Wythougan Valley Preservation Council was held on Friday, October 4th at the Izaak Walton League Clubhouse in Argos.  The evening included a benefit supper, presentations of the Daniel McDonald Award for Preservation, and a program that highlighted several aspects of the clubhouse that was recently listed on the National...
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Gymnastics Season Opens at Warsaw, Jana’s Teams Bring Home 1st

October 6, 2013
Gymnastics Season Opens at Warsaw, Jana’s Teams Bring Home 1st

10/07/13Jana’s Gymnastics competed in their first meet of the season on Saturday, October 5th, in Warsaw.  Jana’s Silver and Gold teams each secured 1st place wins.     1st Place Silver Team: Front Row – Emma Young, Savannah Hissong, Dorothy Karris, Claire Heying Back Row – Klara Guseilla, Elizabeth Pugh, Tessa Hutchinson, Zoey France, Carissa...
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Applebee’s Dining to Donate for Making Strides

October 5, 2013
Applebee’s Dining to Donate for Making Strides

  10/07/13 The local Applebee’s will be conducting a Dining to Donate event to benefit the South Bend Breast Cancer walk, Making Strides.    Present the special flyer to your server on Monday, October 7th, Tuesday, October 8th or Wednesday, October 9th and 15% of you bill will be donated to Making Strides.    When...
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Administrators Predict Being Named “A” School by IDOE

October 4, 2013
Administrators Predict Being Named “A” School by IDOE

  10/07/13  Administrators at Plymouth High School are predicting that the school will be named an “A” school by the Indiana Department of Education.   PHS Assistant Principal, Kyle Coffman, made a presentation on the A-F Accountability Report Card to the Plymouth School Board on October 1. Coffman said the overall school grade is based...
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