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Argos Library Bake Sale

December 14, 2011
Argos Library Bake Sale

12/15/11 Friends of the Argos Public Library held their annual Cookie Walk last Saturday.  Funds from the donated cookies and candy will be used to support the summer reading program for children.  Abby McIntire helps her children pick out cookies at the Cookie Walk.  Left to right are Jed, Jack, Juliann and Joel.
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DONNELLY VOTES TO EXTEND PAYROLL TAX RELIEF

December 14, 2011
DONNELLY VOTES TO EXTEND PAYROLL TAX RELIEF

12/15/11 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after voting in favor of H.R. 3630, The Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2011. “Even though this bill is far from perfect, I voted for it because of the tax relief it would provide to working families in Indiana,” said Donnelly. ...
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Miller’s Holiday Open House

December 14, 2011
Miller’s Holiday Open House

12/15/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community held their annual Holiday Open House on Sunday, Dec. 11th.  Santa was the guest of honor and with the help of his elves he made sure everyone received a candy cane, a pencil or a holiday mint while they were there.  He listened to all the children’s wishes and...
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Jana’s Girls Show Great at Winter Wonderland Meet

December 14, 2011
Jana’s Girls Show Great at Winter Wonderland Meet

12/15/11 Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Winter Wonderland Gymnastics Meet in Warsaw this weekend.  Jana’s Copper, Bronze and Silver Teams each came home with 1st place trophies.  The girls will travel to Indianapolis in January to defend their titles.   Copper Team:  Pictured are:  Row 1 Aumrie Weiss, Tessa Hutchinson, Klara Guseilla; Row 2...
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Argos High School Bowling Results

December 14, 2011

12/15/11 Argos girls bowling team lost to Penn last night 9.5 to 10.5 at Quick’s Lanes. Game 1 Brittani Brown 72 Kate Keller 99 Abby Cohagan 195 — high game Jina Ewing 114 Jamie Ewing 131   Game 2 Chelsea Bradley 122 Kate Keller 92 Abby Cohagan 167 — high game Jina Ewing 162...
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New Courses Approved for PHS

December 13, 2011
New Courses Approved for PHS

12/14/11 During a regular meeting on Tuesday night, the Plymouth School Board approved the addition of two new courses for Plymouth High School for the school year 2012-2013. PHS Principal Jim Condon briefly outlined the two new proposed offerings to the board and both were unanimously approved. The first addition will be Digital Electronics....
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Scout and Elks Pack Food for Elderly

December 13, 2011
Scout and Elks Pack Food for Elderly

12/14/11 Tuesday evening Boy Scouts from Troop 257 in Plymouth converged on the Service Center of Oliver Ford to pack food boxes for elderly in the area who could use a little assistance. Oliver Ford started a food drive the first of November with proceeds benefiting the Marshall County Neighborhood Center and Heminger House...
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City Council Approves 3% Salary Increase for Elected Officials

December 13, 2011
City Council Approves 3% Salary Increase for Elected Officials

12/14/11 Members of the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved on second and third reading the ordinance fixing salaries for elected officials for 2012. The ordinance includes a 3% raise for next year. In 2012 the Mayor of Plymouth will make $53,151.12 while the Clerk-Treasurer will make $55,219.68.  Each of the five City Council members...
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City’s K9 Locates Synthetic Marijuana

December 13, 2011
City’s K9 Locates Synthetic Marijuana

12/14/11  On Monday, December 12th at approximately 7:45 p.m. Patrolman  Kerry Brouyette of the Marshall County Police Department was patrolling US 30 when he observed a four door passenger car commit a traffic violation.  Patrolman Brouyette then initiated the traffic stop at US 30 just west of King Road.  During the traffic stop Patrolman...
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MASSIVE “ARREST” OF LOCAL LEADERS TO BENEFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION

December 13, 2011
MASSIVE “ARREST” OF LOCAL LEADERS TO BENEFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION

12/14/11 Key Bank is hosting the 18th Annual Plymouth Lockup on Thursday, December 15th.  94 participants have agreed to be arrested between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.  Each inmate is asked to raise a $2400, enough money to send three kids to summer camp for a week.   Notorious Plymouth Business and Community leaders will...
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