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Ancilla College named a Military Friendly school, fourth year in a row

November 5, 2015
Ancilla College named a Military Friendly school, fourth year in a row

Ancilla College has been designated as a 2016 Military Friendly® School by the publisher of G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse magazines. This is the fourth consecutive year the small college near Plymouth has been named alongside the largest universities in the country as a school recognized for actively supporting veterans and military family members in pursuit of...
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PHS Theatre Department Presents Charlotte’s Web

November 5, 2015
PHS Theatre Department Presents Charlotte’s Web

Come experience all the enchanting characters from the best loved children’s book, Charlotte’s Web.  Meet Wilbur, Fern, Templeton, and the extraordinary spider, Charlotte, who proves to be a “true friend and a good writer”. The Plymouth High School Theatre Arts Department will take you on a journey; giving you a laugh and a lesson. Performances will be held...
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PHS Spell Bowl Qualifies for State

November 5, 2015
PHS Spell Bowl Qualifies for State

Plymouth High School is excited to announce their Spell Bowl Team has qualified for the Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals that will be held on Saturday, November 14! The State Final competition will be held in Loeb Playhouse on the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus. Plymouth High School has competed at the Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals in...
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Lower Your Energy Bills by Pulling the Plug on Energy Vampires

November 5, 2015
Lower Your Energy Bills by Pulling the Plug on Energy Vampires

Although Halloween has pasted, energy vampires may be lurking in your home consuming electricity around-the-clock, even when they’re not in use. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), energy vampires are sucking $19 billion—about $165 per U.S. household on average—worth of electricity out of American homes annually. Although many electronics are becoming more...
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Red Cross encourages blood donations before holidays

November 5, 2015
Red Cross encourages blood donations before holidays

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood before the holiday season is in full swing. Blood donations often decline from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day when holiday festivities pull people away from their donation appointments. This often causes a drop in the blood available for patients. Donations are needed in the...
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Bremen teen seriously hurt after car accident with horse

November 5, 2015
Bremen teen seriously hurt after car accident with horse

A Bremen teen is in serious condition following an accident involving a horse early Thursday morning. Crews were called to C.R. 1350 N. near the intersection of C.R. 1025 W. in Kosciusko County just before 6 a.m. The driver, 19-year-old Isaac Rosentreter, was taken to the hospital. Police say he was driving eastbound on C.R....
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Joint Work Session of Commissioners & Council Discusses Space Issue in County Building

November 5, 2015
Joint Work Session of Commissioners & Council Discusses Space Issue in County Building

The Marshall County Commissioners and County Council members conducted a joint work session Wednesday morning and discussed a space issue in the County Building. The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office needs more space and the joint work session discusses several options.  With the Prosecutor’s office on the main floor of the County Building and using...
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Arrests by County Police

November 5, 2015
Arrests by County Police

Marshall County Police arrested three individuals on Thursday.  At midnight Officer Cooper booked 31 year old Jerome Leone Miller of Indianapolis into the County Jail for Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia following a traffic stop on US 31 near 12B Road. Just after midnight at 12:21 18 year old Matthew Thompson of Plymouth was...
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Ancilla College Announces Three New Degree Programs for Fall 2016

November 4, 2015
Ancilla College Announces Three New Degree Programs for Fall 2016

Ancilla College students will now be able to acquire associate degrees in one of three new programs beginning fall 2016: sports management, hospitality and tourism and culinary arts management, bringing the total degree offerings to 21. Ancilla College has become well-acquainted with growth.  In the past year, the school has built a new residence...
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Operation Round Up® Supports Local Organizations

November 4, 2015
Operation Round Up® Supports Local Organizations

On Tuesday, Oct. 27 the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up® board awarded 6 grants, totaling $4,380, to the following organizations: Bourbon Public Library received funding to help with the expansion of the library’s facility.  The money received will be used to purchase a large activity area rug for the children.  The Bourbon Public...
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