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INDOT Offers $4.9 Million for Relinquishments

February 7, 2011
INDOT Offers $4.9 Million for Relinquishments

02/08/11 The Marshall County Commissioners and County Attorney Jim Clevenger announced the negotiated terms of the proposed U.S. 31 relinquishment agreement between the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Marshall County Monday morning during the Commissioner’s meeting. Once the new U.S. 31 Corridor is completed the portion of the current U.S. 31 from 4th...
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MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME PATROL OF LAKE MAXINKUCKEE IN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

February 7, 2011
MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME PATROL OF LAKE MAXINKUCKEE IN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

02/08/11 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Lake Maxinkuckee Association (LMA) president Jerry Butler announced Monday that the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department will assume patrol duties formerly managed by the LMA’s Lake Patrol effective April 1, 2011. The specific terms of the partnership call for the LMA to provide the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department...
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Soccer Complex for Marshall County Proposed near Shady Rest

February 7, 2011
Soccer Complex for Marshall County Proposed near Shady Rest

02/08/11 Monday morning Duane Culp and Curt Feece appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners with a proposal to create a soccer complex on 49 acres of county owned land.  The Plymouth Travel Soccer League would like to create a facility on ground that lies east of the Paul Langfeldt farm and west of Shady...
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Ancilla’s Berndt Selected as 2011 HIT Scholar

February 7, 2011
Ancilla’s Berndt Selected as 2011 HIT Scholar

02/08/11 Janeen Berndt, Instructor of Nursing at Ancilla College, has been selected as a 2011 Health Information Technology (HIT) Scholar, the College recently announced. Berndt was one of 52 faculty members accepted out of 253 applicants this year.  In all, over 113 schools from 36 states were represented by the applicants. “It’s a national...
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Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge Presents Check to Hammonds

February 7, 2011
Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge Presents Check to Hammonds

02/08/11  On February 5th Worshipful Master (WM), Raymond Humphrey, of Plymouth-Kilwinning Lodge No. 149 Free and Accepted Masons,  presented Priscilla Hammonds with a check for $1,225.00.  W.M. Humphrey was pleased and honored to present the check to Priscilla Hammonds to assist her in raising the funds she needs to travel to Japan this summer...
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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY NOMINATES 17 AREA STUDENTS FOR U.S. SERVICE ACADEMY ADMISSIONS

February 7, 2011
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY NOMINATES 17 AREA STUDENTS FOR U.S. SERVICE ACADEMY ADMISSIONS

02/08/11  Congressman Joe Donnelly recently nominated 17 area students to receive admission into the United States Service academies for the class of 2015.  Donnelly based his nominations on outstanding academic achievement, leadership skills, and commitment to a career in the Armed Forces.                                                 Megan Barron of Plymouth, nominated to the Naval Academy at Annapolis. She...
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Argos Successful at ISSMA Contest

February 7, 2011
Argos Successful at ISSMA Contest

02/08/11 Congratulations to the Argos Jr. High and Sr. High School Vocal students who were very successful at ISSMA Solo and Ensemble contest this past Saturday at North Miami.  Argos entered 23 events and brought home 21 gold ratings and 2 silver ratings.  The four soloists who advanced to State competition on Feb. 26th...
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Toll Road Bust Lands California Man in Jail

February 7, 2011
Toll Road Bust Lands California Man in Jail

02/08/11 A routine traffic stop on the Indiana Toll Road Friday afternoon led an inquisitive trooper to approximately 100 pounds of marijuana.  Indiana State Trooper Ted Bohner stopped a gray Chevrolet Tahoe for following too closely near the Elkhart East exit around 2:30 p.m. on February 4. Purportedly the driver of the vehicle had...
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Ragtime Concert at Plymouth Library

February 7, 2011
Ragtime Concert at Plymouth Library

02/08/11 As a part of the One Book One Town event the Plymouth Public Library is inviting citizens to attend a special concert at the library this Sunday.  On Sunday, February 13 at 2:00 p.m. in the Laramore Meeting rooms there is a very special, free Ragtime Concert.  Don’t miss the magical piano of...
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LARRY A. KETCHAM – 61 – from LaPorte formerly of Plymouth

February 7, 2011

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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