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IN Senator Head Meets with Argos Schools

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July 3, 2015
IN Senator Head Meets with Argos Schools

Indiana Senator Randy Head met with Argos Community Schools Superintendent and Argos Elementary Principal Michele Riise, members of the school board, school staff and interested citizens from the community this week.  Head wanted to meet with school officials after missing them in Indianapolis during the session. Senator Head discussed the session and his thoughts...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting on Tuesday

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July 2, 2015
Plymouth School Board Meeting on Tuesday

The Plymouth School Board will convene on July 7 for both an executive session and a regularly scheduled board meeting. The executive session will begin at 6:00 P. M. . No details of the reason for the executive session are available except for the following agenda item: “To discuss strategy with respect to the...
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Search Warrant Results in 4 Arrests and 3 Children to DFC

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July 2, 2015

A compliant of possible drug activity at 601 West Adams Street in Plymouth led to the arrest of four individuals Wednesday afternoon. Plymouth Police with assistance from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department served a search warrant at the Adams Street home at 2:10.  They found four adults in the home and three children under...
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Argos 4th-A-Bration this Satruday

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July 2, 2015
Argos 4th-A-Bration this Satruday

The annual Argos 4th-A-Bration will be held this Saturday beginning at 10:30 with a parade.  Participants are invited to line up at the school beginning at 9:30.  There is no application or fee to participate, you just need to show up. At noon a garden tractor pull will be held at the Marshall County...
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2 Arrested in Early Morning Traffic Stop

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July 2, 2015
2 Arrested in Early Morning Traffic Stop

On Thursday, July 2 at approximately 12:30 in the morning a traffic stop was conducted by County Officer Jordan Rans on Oak Drive north of Hoham Drive.   During the traffic stop it was learned that the driver, 34 year old Sampson P. Barnes of South Bend, was operating the vehicle with a suspended-prior driver’s...
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$139,000 BURGER KING® SCHOLARSHIPS FUNDED BY QUALITY DINING, INC.®

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July 2, 2015
$139,000 BURGER KING® SCHOLARSHIPS FUNDED BY QUALITY DINING, INC.®

Thursday, Quality Dining, Inc. the local BURGER KING franchisee, announces the funding of $109,000 in BURGER KING continuing education scholarships for high school seniors. Since 2001, Quality Dining has funded over $2 million in continuing education scholarships. Local 2015 Burger King High School Scholarship recipients are: George Filchak, Bremen Senior High School Jessica Stillson, Plymouth High School “We thank our...
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MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ACCEPTING 2015 GRANT APPLICATIONS

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July 2, 2015
MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION  ACCEPTING 2015 GRANT APPLICATIONS

The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2015 Community Fund fall grant round. The Community Fund at the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) is one of the most flexible and responsive of the Foundation’s 332 funds in addressing new and emerging community needs. Twice each year grants are awarded from...
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Plymouth Medical Center Sponsors Beautiful Baby Contest at Marshall County 4-H Fair

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July 2, 2015
Plymouth Medical Center Sponsors Beautiful Baby Contest at Marshall County 4-H Fair

Saint Joseph Health System Plymouth Medical Center will sponsor the annual Beautiful Baby Contest at the 2015 Marshall County 4-H fair. This year’s contest will be held Monday, July 13, at the Marshall County 4-H Fairgrounds in Argos. Signups for the Beautiful Baby Contest will be held from 3-5:15 pm in the entertainment area. Expectant mothers can...
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Hoosiers Encouraged to Report Suspicious Activity at Summer Events

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July 2, 2015
Hoosiers Encouraged to Report Suspicious Activity at Summer Events

With summer events in full swing and recent national reports of security concerns regarding U.S. Independence Day celebrations, the Indiana State Police and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are reminding Hoosiers to watch for suspicious activity and report it. The slogan “If  You See Something, Say Something,” encourages citizens to report suspicious activity...
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Abe Lincoln Presenter Performed at Miller’s

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July 2, 2015
Abe Lincoln Presenter Performed at Miller’s

Abraham Lincoln was born February 12, 1809 in Kentucky, which was a slave state.  His parents hated living in a slave state.  After Indiana became a state in December of 1816 it took Lincoln’s family two weeks to move the 17 miles across the River into Spencer County. Thus began the narrative of actor...
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