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PHS Classs of ’91 Looking for Classmates

July 7, 2011
PHS Classs of ’91 Looking for Classmates

7/08/11 The PHS graduating class of 1991 is looking for some of our classmates. We are having our 20th class reunion this year over Labor Day weekend. The following people we need to still locate are: Andy Beam, Rob Bicknell, Jeffrey Blystone, Stephanie Bomberry, Jack Burgess, Nancy Burgess, Rob Burt, Kim Cannan, Evelyn Castaneda,...
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NextEra Energy Completing Due Diligence Phase for Wind Farm Development in Marshall, Fulton Counties

July 5, 2011
NextEra Energy Completing Due Diligence Phase for Wind Farm Development in Marshall, Fulton Counties

07/06/11 NextEra Energy Resources, the largest wind generator in North America, is finalizing wind analysis and environmental impact studies in Marshall and Fulton Counties in preparation for a proposed 100 megawatt, 40-70 turbine wind farm.  NextEra has recently hosted a series of informational open houses for Marshall County and Fulton County citizens, and has been working with...
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New Recycling Toters to be Delivered this Week

July 5, 2011
New Recycling Toters to be Delivered this Week

07/06/11 Residents of Plymouth will begin receiving their new recycling toters today. Bob Stone from Allied Waste Services confirmed that the new recycling toters were delivered to the City Street Department and will be distributed to city customers on Thursday and Friday. Allied Waste – Republic will include an information sheet with the toters...
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Winchester Fletcher to Appear at Blueberry Festival

July 5, 2011
Winchester Fletcher to Appear at Blueberry Festival

07/06/11 Justin Hall and Bill Rice, Argos natives, plan to bring their band home this Labor Day weekend. Winchester Fletcher, a country rock band from Nashville, is scheduled to play at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2 on the Jefferson School stage at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival. The band, whose sound Rice said is...
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M.C. Church Orchestra July Performances

July 5, 2011
M.C. Church Orchestra July Performances

07/06/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra has a busy schedule in July.  For those wishing to attend the orchestra’s concerts, the dates are as follows: On Sunday, July 10th at 6:00 p.m. the M.C.C.O. will play at the Culver Town Park near the gazebo.  Guest artist for the evening is The Plymouth Youth Orchestra...
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Janet Taylor $200 Rock of Gold Winner

July 5, 2011
Janet Taylor $200 Rock of Gold Winner

07/06/11 The June Chamber of Commerce’s Rock of Gold Winner is Janet Taylor of Plymouth.  Janet registered to win the $200 in Chamber Bucks at Kings Jewelry. The Rock of Gold is at A.S.K. For Flowers until Monday July 11th, when it will move to the Brass Rail for 2 weeks. Pictured is the...
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REMEMBER SAFETY TIPS WHEN VISITING COUNTY FAIRS

July 5, 2011
REMEMBER SAFETY TIPS WHEN VISITING COUNTY FAIRS

07/06/11 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) and the Indiana State Police (ISP) remind all Hoosiers to remember basic safety tips to ensure everyone enjoys their time at the county fair and the many other local festivals and carnivals that are part of Indiana’s summertime tradition. General Safety Tips Pay attention to weather...
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Plymouth Squad Car Totaled in Pursuit

July 4, 2011
Plymouth Squad Car Totaled in Pursuit

07/05/11 Plymouth Police Officer Ray West received only minor injuries in a head-on collission on Sunday, July 3rd. According to Police Chief Jim Cox,  City officers were dispatched to Martin’s Supermarket about 12:30 p.m. by the County Dispatch Center in reference to shoplifter.  Officers were told the subject, a black male was leaving the...
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Argos Town Board Approves Ordinance for 2011 Pay Raises

July 4, 2011
Argos Town Board Approves Ordinance for 2011 Pay Raises

07/05/11 The Argos Town Council passed Ordinance 2011-2 this month giving pay raises to the town employees for 2011.  The money for the raises was budgeted for 2011 but was not given due to the fact the Council wanted to enact a merit system for pay raises.  Several workshops were held and an evaluation form...
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ADDITIONAL MEASLES CASES CONFIRMED IN NORTHEASTERN INDIANA

July 4, 2011
ADDITIONAL MEASLES CASES CONFIRMED IN NORTHEASTERN INDIANA

07-05-11 Thirteen cases of measles have now been confirmed in northeastern Indiana, up from five cases last week.  Twelve of the confirmed cases are in Noble County, and a new case is now in LaGrange County.  State health officials are urging Hoosiers in northeastern Indiana to contact their health care provider to make sure...
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