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Alfaro Arrested for Possession

February 29, 2016
Alfaro Arrested for Possession

On Friday, February 26, at approximately 12:09 a.m. 20 year old Luis Valdez Alfaro of Plymouth was arrested by County Police for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia following a traffic stop for an equipment violation near the Mayflower in Plymouth.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an...
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Declining Enrollment in Argos Schools has Negative Effect on Funding

February 29, 2016
Declining Enrollment in Argos Schools has Negative Effect on Funding

Argos schools find themselves in the same dilemma as school corporations all over the state are facing. When the state’s funding formulas changed, many schools were left with shrinking budgets. Argos School superintendent, Michele Rise explained their situation. Riise said, “Since 2008 when the state reduced our funding and no longer was the tax...
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Join Ancilla for Free Tour and Lunch

February 28, 2016
Join Ancilla for Free Tour and Lunch

Ancilla College will host their annual Access Ancilla Day on March 3rd beginning at noon.  Come and see for yourself why so many students choose Ancilla as their foundation for success. Access Ancilla Day starts with free lunch at noon March 3 and the opportunity to talk with the counselors, faculty and current students...
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TOPP Expanding Rochester Corporate Office

February 25, 2016

TOPP broke ground on a massive expansion at the Rochester Corporate Headquarters last year, adding at least fifteen new jobs and paving the way for improved efficiency and production for our clients. The 115,000 square foot expansion will provide TOPP with the capability of producing all compression molding and steel, aluminum and stainless fabrication manufacturing...
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Oil Change for Isaac this Saturday at Auto Park

February 25, 2016
Oil Change for Isaac this Saturday at Auto Park

Isaac Porogi is a 16 year old junior at John Glenn High School in Walkerton. Isaac played varsity basketball and football until he was diagnosed in December 2015 with high level osteosarcoma, bone cancer. He is currently receiving care at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. With great support from his community Isaac is...
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Gibson Announces 10th Annual Human Capital Summit

February 25, 2016
Gibson Announces 10th Annual Human Capital Summit

Gibson is hosting the 10th Annual Human Capital Summit on March 16, 2016 on the topic of The Future Of Health Care & Employee Wellbeing. The future of employee benefits is uncertain. And it’s not far off. The transformations happening in health care delivery, health insurance distribution, and workplace wellness are already in motion....
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Abandoned Vehicles Being Towed

February 25, 2016
Abandoned Vehicles Being Towed

The Marshall County Highway Department in cooperation with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is in the process of towing vehicles that have been abandoned on roads during the overnight hours. This action is necessary in order for the plow drivers to safely continue their operations. People who have vehicles that became stuck in the...
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Beatty Hired at New Plymouth Police Officer

February 24, 2016
Beatty Hired at New Plymouth Police Officer

33 year old Chad Beatty of Plymouth was sworn into as the newest Plymouth Police officer this week. Beatty, an Argos High School graduate served 8 years in the Indiana National Guard and 2 years with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Reserves. Beatty will spend the next 15 weeks in the Plymouth Police Department Field...
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Pence Avoiding Layoffs While Cutting 200 State Employees

February 24, 2016
Pence Avoiding Layoffs While Cutting 200 State Employees

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Mike Pence’s administration is looking to reduce the number of state employees by about 200 – but not through layoffs. Micah Vincent, director of the Indiana Office of Management and Budget, called the move a recalibration and said it would be achieved through attrition. State government has about a 10 percent turnover...
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Severe Winter Weather Update #2 – 2/24/16

February 24, 2016
Severe Winter Weather Update #2 – 2/24/16

As of 3:30 pm Eastern Time: Heavy snow continues to fall across the entire Northwest District of INDOT, with strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow. Already 3”-6” of snow has fallen in much of our 13 county district. All roads should be considered slick and snow-covered. The snow is falling at such a rate that...
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