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Student’s in Triton Schools Concerned about Lack of Technology

October 14, 2011
Student’s in Triton Schools Concerned about Lack of Technology

10/14/11 Triton School Corporation Superintendent Carl Hilling and Jr.-Sr. High School Principal Mike Chobanov are sympathetic to student Ethan Yazel’s concerns over the lack of technology at the school, but both agree that there are a great number of things that have to be addressed before moving forward. Yazel appeared before the school board...
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Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Heads to Regionals in Lafayette

October 13, 2011
Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Heads to Regionals in Lafayette

10/14/11 One hundred twenty-two (122) high school marching bands will participate at the ISSMA Regional Marching Festival to be held this Saturday, October 15th at four regional sites.  These Regional sites will be held at Chesterton High School (Class C & A), Lafayette Jefferson High School (Class D & B), Center Grove High School/Greenwood...
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Minor Injuries in Crash

October 13, 2011
Minor Injuries in Crash

10/14/11 On Wednesday, October 12th at approximately 9:54 a.m. Marshall County Police responded to an auto accident on U.S. 30 and King Road. Dawn E. Drummond 55, of Bourbon was traveling westbound on U.S. 30 and was stopped at the light, located at U.S. 30 and King Road.  Drummond states that Jaclyn N. Babbitt...
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Argos Council Looks at 2012 Budget of $1,293,771

October 13, 2011
Argos Council Looks at 2012 Budget of $1,293,771

10/14/11 The Argos Town Council recently held a public meeting for the 2012 Budget.  Council President, Dave Walker, told those in the audience that the Council and Department Heads had a lot of work and effort involved in the 2012 Budget.  The Budget for 2012 is $1,293,771.  There is an increase of $27,000 over the...
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Local Residents invited to Energy Discussion

October 13, 2011
Local Residents invited to Energy Discussion

10/14/11 A local group is encouraging citizens to come out and discuss clean energy and America’s security. On Saturday, October 15, the Economic Development Corporations of Marshall and Fulton Counties will host veterans group Operation Free at a community meeting to discuss how clean energy in Indiana strengthens American security.  Expert panelists will discuss...
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Preservation Council’s Annual Meeting at Bremen Depot

October 13, 2011
Preservation Council’s Annual Meeting at Bremen Depot

10/14/11 A historic walking tour of downtown Bremen is being offered Saturday afternoon as part of the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council’s Annual meeting.  The walk is for anyone interested. Participants will meet at the Bremen Standpipe (one block south of Plymouth Street on Jackson) at 3:00 for the tour which will be given by Pat Rowe...
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Plymouth Police Reports

October 13, 2011
Plymouth Police Reports

10/14/11 On Saturday, October 8th around 9:30 am, Plymouth Police Officer Nick Young arrested Jennifer R. Howard 32, of Plymouth at her residence on Webster Avenue for an outstanding warrant for a Failure to Appear on Cost and Fines.  Her bond was set at $203.00, which was paid on the same date at 11:10am. ...
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Historical Marker dedicated at Potawatomi

October 13, 2011
Historical Marker dedicated at Potawatomi

10/14/11 A historical marker, commemorating an important local Potawatomi leader, was dedicated Saturday October 8th at Potawatomi Wildlife Park. The marker honors Potawatomi village leader Stephen Benack and tells the story of the post-removal village that remained while other villages were forced west during the removal period of the 1830’s.  The marker process was...
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Dulcimer Concert Sunday

October 13, 2011
Dulcimer Concert Sunday

10/14/11 Local performer Marcy Prochaska will present a hammered dulcimer concert at 4 p.m. Sunday October 16, in the Legion Memorial Building on the campus of Culver Academies.   The dulcimer is an acoustic instrument in the stringed percussion family, like the piano, except the player holds the hammers directly instead of activating them...
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NIPSCO PROJECTS LOWER NATURAL GAS PRICES THIS WINTER

October 13, 2011
NIPSCO PROJECTS LOWER NATURAL GAS PRICES THIS WINTER

10/14/11  NIPSCO provides welcome news to its customers as market projections indicate that this winter natural gas prices will remain among the lowest in more than 10 years.  Assuming normal winter temperatures, NIPSCO customers are expected to experience a decrease of 7.7 percent in their overall home heating bills this upcoming heating season compared...
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