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Argos Students Swap Books for Summer Reading

May 21, 2012
Argos Students Swap Books for Summer Reading

  05/22/12 Argos Elementary students ended their year with a library book swap.  Showing off their newly “swapped” books are Kindergartners Carlie Rex, Trenton Ogle (in front), Kyle Bradley, Giovanni Castano and Lanie Masters.  The Argos PEP Club (Parents for Educational Progress) purchased enough new books for every elementary student to have one and...
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Dozens Attend Emergency Services Service

May 21, 2012
Dozens Attend Emergency Services Service

 05/22/12 Plymouth FOP 195 organized a memorial service and celebration for all Plymouth emergency services on Saturday, May 12th at the Fire Department.   During the service they honored the men and women who go into harms way each and every day to make our lives a bit safer, police officers, firefighters, and EMT’s and...
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Melody Maker’s Perform at Miller’s Senior Living

May 21, 2012
Melody Maker’s Perform at Miller’s Senior Living

  05/22/10 The Melody Maker’s of Indiana performed at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Wednesday afternoon, May 16.  Under the direction of Eileen Wright the group sang some well-known songs as well as tunes that were new to the audience. Looking stunning in their all black outfits and red music- note scarves one could...
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Blessings in a Backpack at Menominee Elementary

May 20, 2012
Blessings in a Backpack at Menominee Elementary

  05/21/12 Twenty-four Menominee Elementary School students in need are not without food over the weekends during the school-year as a result of Blessings in a Backpack. After successfully completing the “6 month pilot program” Chris Garner and Ellen Stillson want to get the word out about this program that sends a backpack home...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday

May 20, 2012
Commissioners Meeting Monday

   05/21/12 Sheriff Tom Chamberlin is scheduled to appear before the County Commissioners Monday morning with a K-9 Unit proposal.  Also on the agenda is an update by Jennifer Laurent Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation along with the County Attorney’s Report, Highway Superintendent’s Report and Auditor’s Report. The commissioners will...
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Coffee & A Book Event To Discuss “The Happiness Hypothesis”

May 20, 2012
Coffee & A Book Event To Discuss “The Happiness Hypothesis”

  05/21/12 The next Coffee & A Book event will take place May 22 at 7:00pm EDT at Earthworks Market in Plymouth. The Rev. Dr. Sam Boys will discuss the book The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt.  Dr. Boys points out that people don’t have to read the book to attend – he  will give an...
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3 Vehicle Crash at Plum and Jefferson Thursday

May 18, 2012
3 Vehicle Crash at Plum and Jefferson Thursday

05/21/12  On Thursday, May 17th at 4:20pm, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman investigated a three vehicle accident at the intersection of Jefferson and Plum Streets.   18 year old Kierston D. Woods of Plymouth was traveling northbound on Plum Street and was attempting to cross Jefferson Street.   Woods didn’t see Scott W. Arvesen 35,...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

May 18, 2012
Arrests by Plymouth Police

  05/21/12  On Sunday, May 16th at 7:23pm, Officer Derek Workman of the Plymouth Police Department arrested Roger D. Young 51, of LaPaz after he conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Oak and PIDCO Drives. Mr. Young was driving the vehicle while intoxicated after forfeiture of license for life. Young was transported...
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DONNELLY-SUPPORTED AMENDMENT TO DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT PASSES HOUSE

May 18, 2012
DONNELLY-SUPPORTED AMENDMENT TO DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT PASSES HOUSE

  05/21/12 Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly joined Congressman Elijah Cummings (MD-07) in offering an amendment, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives, to the National Defense Authorization Act for FY2013. This amendment would enhance the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), a law intended to protect servicemembers and their families from improper foreclosures, evictions, and...
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Local Girls Participate in Indiana State Baton Competition

May 18, 2012
Local Girls Participate in Indiana State Baton Competition

  05/21/12 On Saturday, May 12 four local girls competed in the Indiana State Baton Twirling Competition. Jillian Smith and Alicia Dennie won the overall Advanced Pairs award for the day.  Jillian also won her age group for beginner two batons and was the beginner two baton champion for the day.  Alicia won her...
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