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HEALTH OFFICIALS REMIND HOOSIERS TO MAINTAIN SEPTIC WASTEWATER SYSTEMS AS PART OF EPA’S SEPTICSMART WEEK

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September 21, 2016
HEALTH OFFICIALS REMIND HOOSIERS TO MAINTAIN  SEPTIC WASTEWATER SYSTEMS AS PART OF EPA’S SEPTICSMART WEEK

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) fourth annual SepticSmart Week is being observed this week, and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is using the occasion to remind Hoosiers to maintain their septic systems all year long. SepticSmart Week is a chance to help inform homeowners about proper septic system care and maintenance....
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IN Senate Offers Paid Internship Opportunities

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September 21, 2016
IN Senate Offers Paid Internship Opportunities

Indiana State Senator Randy Head recently released information concerning paid internship opportunities. The Indiana senate Republican Caucus is offering paid, spring-semester internship opportunities in the Senate’s legislative, legal, policy, communications and information technology offices during the 2017 session of the General Assembly. Qualified candidates must be college students, recent graduates, or enrolled in graduate or law...
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Yeager Arrested in LaPaz for Glue Sniffing

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September 21, 2016
Yeager Arrested in LaPaz for Glue Sniffing

On Thursday, September 15th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a complaint of suspicious activity in the parking lot of McDonalds in LaPaz.  The caller reported a female was sitting in her vehicle “huffing” Duster. LaPaz police responded to this location and located 45 year old Delaina Yeager of Plymouth.  Yeager was arrested for...
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Tidbits from Triton

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September 21, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

The eighth grade students in the new Project Lead The Way Medical Detectives class at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School completed phase one of the sheep brain dissection. Students identified and labeled the 11 visible parts of the sheep brain in the superior (top) view then turned the brain over to the Inferior (bottom) view...
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SEA 61 Changes Voting for Straight Party Ticket Voters

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September 21, 2016
SEA 61 Changes Voting for Straight Party Ticket Voters

Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 61 signed by Governor Pence March 21st will change the way straight party voters fill out ballots in the November election. A voter who votes a straight-party ballot will be required to individually fill in votes for any offices that may have more than one candidate per party, such as...
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Mayor Proposes Comprehensive Renovation Project of City Hall & Chamber to Redevelopment Commission

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September 21, 2016
Mayor Proposes Comprehensive Renovation Project of City Hall & Chamber to Redevelopment Commission

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and City Attorney Sean Surrisi discussed the potential of a new project for TIF District 1 funds during Tuesday night’s Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.   Surrisi explained the potential for a unique funding opportunity for a comprehensive renovation project for City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce Building. The preliminary design...
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Argos School Board Terminates Varsity Baseball Coach

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September 20, 2016
Argos School Board Terminates Varsity Baseball Coach

  Monday evening the Argos School Board approved the termination of Varsity Baseball Coach Kirk Weiss and resignation of Varsity Assistant baseball coach Lowell Hatfiled.   Weiss appeared before the school board with a couple of questions. He said, “Tonight I’m going to be terminated. I was asked to resign and I did not...
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Candle Vigil for Serenity Wilson, 1 year after her death

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September 20, 2016
Candle Vigil for Serenity Wilson, 1 year after her death

Nearly 60 family members, friends, and community members participated in a candle light vigil remembering Serenity Wilson, the 2-year-old who was beaten to death one year ago. The little girl was beaten by her mother’s boyfriend, Shane Weedling for wetting the bed and just last week Weedling pled guilty to the murder of the...
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1st Source Bank Recognizes James “Sam” Erwin as Community Leadership Award Recipient

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September 20, 2016
1st Source Bank Recognizes James “Sam” Erwin as Community Leadership Award Recipient

1st Source Bank announces that James “Sam” Erwin, owner of Superb Horticulture and the Pickin’ Patch, is one of ten recipients of the 1st Source Bank Ernestine M. Raclin Community Leadership Award.   Ewrin was recognized at a luncheon recently along with the other award recipients, who are all employees of 1st Source business...
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County Well Water tests results… 11 wells tested, five unsatisfactory

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September 20, 2016
County Well Water tests results… 11 wells tested, five unsatisfactory

Marshall County Health Department advises that they had 11 well water test results returned from the Indiana State Department of Health Laboratory.  Results indicated that six of the wells were satisfactory and five were unsatisfactory. The wells that were flooded were at risk for contamination and this is not an indication that surrounding wells...
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