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Indiana Department of Child Services Appoints James Pippin Regional Manager

February 6, 2014
Indiana Department of Child Services Appoints James Pippin Regional Manager

  02/07/14 The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) announced Thursday James Pippin has been appointed regional manager. Pippin will oversee region 3, consisting of Elkhart, Kosciusko, Marshall and St. Joseph Counties. In his new role he will provide broad oversight and supervision for the four DCS’ county offices within the region. In addition,...
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Alicia Pyle Quartet featured for Valentine’s Day

February 6, 2014
Alicia Pyle Quartet featured for Valentine’s Day

  02/07/14 Here’s a chance to treat your Valentine to a special evening. After the phenomenal success of Encore Performing Arts’ “Dinner and Music” for the last four years, this ‘encore’ performance will kick off the 2014 series. On Friday, February 14, they will host an exceptional opportunity to hear Alicia Pyle and her...
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Donnelly Statement on House Committee Approval of 40 Hours Bill

February 6, 2014
Donnelly Statement on House Committee Approval of 40 Hours Bill

  02/07/14 Following the House Ways and Means Committee approval of the Save American Workers Act, a bill similar to U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s Forty Hours is Full Time Act, Donnelly released the following statement. “It is my view—based on what I hear from Hoosier employees and employers—that we need to fix the definition...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of 2 for Meth

February 6, 2014
Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of 2 for Meth

  02/07/14  On Wednesday, February 5th at  approximately 1:25 A.M. an Officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop  on a vehicle on US 31 north of 1st Road.  As the Officer initiated the traffic stop the vehicle pulled into the driveway of a residence in the 900 block of US...
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9 Contractors Submit Bids for County’s 7th Road Project

February 5, 2014
9 Contractors Submit Bids for County’s 7th Road Project

  02/06/14 On Wednesday the Indiana Department of Transportation opened bids for the 7th Road extension project.  The new roadway will be from the New US 31 project westward to Michigan Road over the Seltenright Ditch and the New US 31 eastward to Linden Road. Engineer’s estimate for the entire project was $5,576,000. Nine...
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Coroner Releases Toxicology for 2 Fatal Crashes

February 5, 2014
Coroner Releases Toxicology for 2 Fatal Crashes

  02/06/14 Marshall County Coroner, Bill Cleavenger released the toxicology test results for two fatal accidents. On December 30th emergency responders were dispatched to a head-on crash on US 31 in front of LaVille Elementary School about 8 p.m. The accident occurred when 24 year old Tyler O’Hara of Bicknell, IN crossed the median...
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Delays, Closings and Cancellations for Thursday

February 5, 2014
Delays, Closings and Cancellations for Thursday

  02/06/14  Thursday’s Soaring Eagle Boy Scout Dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center has been postponed Argos Community Schools – 2 hour delay Bremen Public Schools – 2 hour delay Culver Community Schools – 2 hour delay Grace Baptist Christian School – 2 hour delay alternate kindergarten Oregon Davis – 2 hour delay Plymouth Community...
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Miss Indiana Twirler 2014 a PHS Freshman

February 5, 2014
Miss Indiana Twirler 2014 a PHS Freshman

02/06/14 On January 25th, Alicia Dennie, a PHS freshman was crowned Miss Indiana Twirler 2014 by the Indiana Baton Council in Lebanon, Indiana.    To win this honor Alli had to do a freestyle twirling routine worth 50% of the score and she had to model and answer an on stage question each worth...
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“Lincoln Driven to Give” for DAV

February 5, 2014
“Lincoln Driven to Give” for DAV

  02/06/14  On Tuesday, February 4th Oliver Ford presented a $4,480.00 check to the Disabled American Veterans of Marshall County.  For the past 6 years Oliver Ford has held driving fundraisers for area schools with Ford’s “Drive One 4Ur School” and the Lincoln “Driven to Give” events.  Oliver Ford along with the participation of the...
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Plymouth Community School Security Projects Nearing Completion

February 5, 2014
Plymouth Community School Security Projects Nearing Completion

  02/06/14 Plymouth Schools Safety and Security Director, James Phillips, hit the ground running when he was hired a little over six months ago. He presented his progress to the Plymouth School Board on February 4. Phillips said he began the process of assessing needs for individual schools and the corporation as a whole...
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