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REBUILDING TOGETHER, LOWE’S TACKLE HOME REPAIRS FOR LOCAL LOW-INCOME FAMILIES

April 19, 2011
REBUILDING TOGETHER, LOWE’S TACKLE HOME REPAIRS FOR LOCAL LOW-INCOME FAMILIES

04/20/11  Rebuilding Together of Marshall County and Lowe’s will team up on April 30th to help make improvements to five homes in Marshall County as part of National Rebuilding Day. Volunteers will be painting, window replacement, roof repair and general spring yard work. This year volunteers group are; First United Methodist Church, Blueberry Festival...
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Argos School Board Considers Conduct Clause for Coaches

April 19, 2011
Argos School Board Considers Conduct Clause for Coaches

04/20/11 The Argos School Board held their April meeting Monday night.  Superintendent, Dr. Jennifer Lucht, requested approval of a Personal Conduct Clause for Coaches.  The clause would be for coaches who are not teachers at Argos Schools.  Coaches who are also teachers would be subject to the Conduct Clause in their contracts.  “It is...
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Maxinkuckee Singers Spring Concert Series

April 19, 2011
Maxinkuckee Singers Spring Concert Series

04/20/11 Beth Webster, Director of the Maxinkuckee Singers announced the Spring Concert Series this week, “Makin’ Music – 2011.” Performances in the area will take place over the next couple of week with all shows will begin at 7:30 PM.  The show in Knox is at 6:30 PM Central time.   Doors will open 30...
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Peter’s Song at Miller’s

April 19, 2011
Peter’s Song at Miller’s

04/20/11 Glenn Mitchell will present “Peter’s Song” at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Friday, April 22 at 2:30 p.m.  The community is welcome to attend this free event.  You will feel the pain of Peter’s testimony, as he shares his failure, faith and ministry.  Find out what it means to walk with the Lord,...
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Pinewood Derby Winners

April 19, 2011
Pinewood Derby Winners

04/20/11 There were 34 Cub Scout and 24 open class participants at the annual Pack 222 Pinewood Derby held at Webster School on Saturday, April 16th. The Cub Scout class was limited to Cub Scouts, grades 1-5, from Pack 222 while the open class was open to anyone. Winners from the Pack 222 Pinewood...
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Clara Berneice Baker – 94 – Plymouth

April 19, 2011
Clara Berneice Baker – 94 – Plymouth

Clara Berneice Baker, 94, a lifetime Plymouth resident, died at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 17, 2011 at Miller’s Merry Manor, Plymouth. The daughter of Grover and May Coyle Rensberger, she was born on August 20, 1916 in Plymouth.  She attended Linkville School. Clara was first married to Carroll Baker who preceded her in...
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CLAYTON E. KLINGERMAN – 64 – Rochester, formerly of Bremen

April 18, 2011
CLAYTON E. KLINGERMAN – 64 – Rochester, formerly of Bremen

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right or below for complete details. Clayton E. Klingerman, 64, formerly of Bremen, passed away suddenly at his Rochester home Friday evening, April 15, 2011 due to an apparent heart attack. Clayton was born in Bremen, the son of Chester Earl and Catherine Elma (Williams) Klingerman on October...
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MARVIN C. MILLER – 73 – from Plymouth

April 18, 2011
MARVIN C. MILLER – 73 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right or below for complete details. Marvin C. Miller, 73, a resident of Menominee Trail, Plymouth, died following an illness on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 12:15 a.m. in Hospice House of St. Joseph County. Born on August 11, 1937 in Mishawaka, Indiana, he was the only child...
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Good Review of County Health Insurance Use in 1st Quarter

April 18, 2011
Good Review of County Health Insurance Use in 1st Quarter

04/19/11 Representatives from the County’s Health Insurance Agency were on hand Monday with a 1st quarter review of their plan. One item they highlighted was the emergency room utilization for members.  In a comparison of benchmarks with the National averages and Advantage Health Solutions averages shows the County use well under at 159 with...
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“Great Central U.S. Shake Out” Tuesday at 10:15

April 18, 2011
“Great Central U.S. Shake Out” Tuesday at 10:15

04/19/11 According to earthquake experts, a major earthquake will strike Indiana in the future.  The New Madrid and Wabash Valley seismic zones have produced some of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in North America and have the potential to produce similar earthquakes. Preventing an earthquake is impossible, but there are steps that can be...
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