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Hot Spot Cards to Assist Police in Fight Against Drugs

June 12, 2011
Hot Spot Cards to Assist Police in Fight Against Drugs

06/13/11 Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 was proud to help the M.A.D. (Multi Agency Drug) Unit with the purchase of HOT SPOT CARDS.  Almost two years ago David Parnell from Tennessee spoke to citizens concerned with the meth epidemic in Marshall County.  Mayor Mark Senter, as part of his Anti-Meth Program invited Parnell to come...
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BUGS ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS

June 12, 2011
BUGS ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS

06/13/11  Teachers and administrators in the Plymouth and Argos school system agree, BUGS are good for kids and their grades. BUGS, stands for Brining Up Grades and is a program sponsored by the Plymouth Kiwanis group in all the fourth grade classes in Plymouth Schools and St. Michael’s as well as 4TH grade in...
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Hendrix Resigns from Neighborhood Center

June 10, 2011
Hendrix Resigns from Neighborhood Center

06/13/11  The Marshall County Neighborhood Center announced this week that they have accepted the resignation of the Executive Director, Sarah Hendrix, after being with the center for two years. During the last two years, the center has been able to dignify the food pantry experience creating a self-serve grocery; collaborate with local agencies, churches,...
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Union North School Board Approves Pay Raises

June 10, 2011
Union North School Board Approves Pay Raises

06/13/11  The Union-North School Board voted unanimously in approval of pay raises for certified, non-certified and building administers for the 2011-2012 school year. Certified staff will receive an approximately two percent increase. Superintendent Dr. Terry Barker said there will be significant changes in laws as of July 1 concerning evaluations, due process and reduction...
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Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

June 10, 2011
Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

06/13/11  Mark Adam Fishburn, formerly of Argos, was named to the spring 2011 Dean’s List at Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. He is a second year student pursuing a degree in Computer Information Technology concentrating in networking and security. Fishburn has earned his Security +, Network +,...
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Sign Ups for Senior Classis Games Underway

June 10, 2011
Sign Ups for Senior Classis Games Underway

06/13/11 Gina Young, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department and Anna Corbett of Miller’s Senior Living Community have announced the second annual Senior Classic Games.  The games are open to any man or woman who are 50 years of age or older.  The games will be held in Plymouth’s Centennial Park and participating...
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Argos Jr. Sr. High Honor Roll

June 10, 2011
Argos Jr. Sr. High Honor Roll

06/13/11  The Argos Junior – Senior High School Guidance Department  recently released  the Honor Roll for the last grading period and 2nd semester. 6th Grading Period High Honor Roll Grade 7: Jessica Detwiler Grade 8: Melissa Golden, Shacoda  Leed, Taylor O’Dell, Noah Spicer, Abigail Stauffer Grade 9: Benjamin Carter, Henry Harrell, Sydnie Kolar, Amanda...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

June 10, 2011

6/10/11 Even though the 2011 session of the Indiana General Assembly ended just over a month ago, planning already has started on the 2012 session.             Our work during the next several months won’t generate as much public attention as it does when the Indiana House and Senate are in session, but this time...
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REV. DONALD DAVID BARBER – 77 – from Plymouth

June 10, 2011
REV. DONALD DAVID BARBER – 77 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Second Friday Event in Downtown Plymouth

June 9, 2011
Second Friday Event in Downtown Plymouth

06/10/11 This Friday, children of all ages will have the opportunity to learn about Marshall County agriculture and plant their own vegetables or flowers. Plymouth’s Second Friday festivities will include a presentation and planting activity by Bob Yoder, agricultural expert from the Marshall County Extension Office. “We are going to transplant vegetable and flower...
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