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Senator Head Highlights Legislation

May 1, 2015
Senator Head Highlights Legislation

The Indiana General Assembly concluded the 2015 legislative session this week. State Senator Randy Head said, “Lawmakers advanced legislation that strengthens education, maintains our fiscal stability and supports Hoosiers across the state.” A few noteworthy policies approved by the General Assembly this sessioninclude HEA 1001, the balanced budget that puts education first.  The General Assembly passed...
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Triton Band & Choir Earn Gold

May 1, 2015
Triton Band & Choir Earn Gold

The Triton High School band and choir participated at district contest last week and each group earned a “gold” rating. The contest was held at Concord. Mr. Pete Foster is the conductor of both the band and the choir. He will be retiring at the end of this year. Mrs. Christine Cook is the...
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Culver-Union Twp. Public Library Kurt Garner Architecture Presentation

May 1, 2015
Culver-Union Twp. Public Library Kurt Garner Architecture Presentation

Throughout the country, Historic Preservation Month is observed each May. With that in mind, Culver-Union Township Public Library has invited Marshall County architectural expert Kurt Garner to help us celebrate our Centennial year. Kurt will give a presentation about the architecture of our Carnegie Library on Saturday, May 2 at 10:30 am. Kurt West Garner...
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3rd Annual Pinwheels for Prevention, Child Abuse and Neglect Awareness

May 1, 2015
3rd Annual Pinwheels for Prevention, Child Abuse and Neglect Awareness

Thursday evening the Marshall County office of the Indiana Department of Child Services held their third annual Pinwheels for Prevention.  This event is to raise the message of prevention. Local Director Michael Carroll presented Marshall County statistics for 2014.  During those 12 months there were a total of 1,052 allegation assessments of abuse and...
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United Way Campaign Surpasses Goal of $550,000

May 1, 2015
United Way Campaign Surpasses Goal of $550,000

United Way of Marshall County celebrated another successful campaign, announced the allocations from the 2014 campaign and kicked off the 2015 campaign Thursday night a Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. Francis Ellert, President of the United Way Board of Directors opened the meeting and said, “It takes the whole community together, volunteers, donors and...
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March Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

April 30, 2015
March Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

Plymouth Fire Chief, Rod Miller presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with this department’s March activity report. There were a total of 157 alarm calls in March.  123 were for EMS while 11 times emergency responders were cancelled en route and there were 7 medical assists. Plymouth Fire responded to...
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Argos Fire Dept. Receives Donation of Pet Oxygen from Invisible Fence Brand

April 30, 2015
Argos Fire Dept. Receives Donation of Pet Oxygen from Invisible Fence Brand

After learning that Argos Fire or EMS didn’t have the correct oxygen apparatus to assist small animals, a local citizen set out to find them the equipment they needed. Tracy Stockman found out that two kittens were in a structure fire on April 21.  One of the cats was in respiratory distress when firefighters...
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PHS Band Members Qualify to March in the IPL 500 Festival Parade

April 30, 2015
PHS Band Members Qualify to March in the IPL 500 Festival Parade

Twelve Plymouth High School Band members have qualified to march in the Indiana All-Star Marching Band on Memorial Day weekend in Indianapolis!   The parade is called the IPL 500 Festival Parade, and is held on May 23, the eve of the Indianapolis 500.  An estimated 300,000 spectators are expected to line the streets of Indianapolis,...
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Science Fair at Menominee Elementary

April 30, 2015
Science Fair at Menominee Elementary

An annual event started a few years ago in the Plymouth elementary schools gives budding scientists a fun way to show the results of their research. A joint science fair, held on April 23 at Menominee Elementary, featured projects from Menominee and Webster Elementary 4th graders and Menominee High Ability 3rd grade class. Three...
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National Day of Prayer Events in Plymouth

April 30, 2015
National Day of Prayer Events in Plymouth

The 64th annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 7, will have profound significance for our country.  It is an unprecedented opportunity to see the Lord’s healing and renewing power made manifest as we call on citizens to humbly come before His throne. The theme for 2015 is Lord, Hear Our Cry, emphasizing...
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