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Argos Celebrates Dr. Seuss with Read-A-Thon

March 7, 2012
Argos Celebrates Dr. Seuss with Read-A-Thon

03/08/12 Argos Schools celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday on Friday by dressing up as Dr. Seuss characters, having birthday cake and ice cream on the lunch menu and “reading all day.”  Students read to each other, to younger students, to adults and to themselves.  It was a real Read-A-Thon on Friday.   Bottom row:  Izabel...
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Plymouth Students Tackle ISTEP with Confidence

March 7, 2012
Plymouth Students Tackle ISTEP with Confidence

   03/08/12 Plymouth Schools’ students were given lots of encouragement and good advice as they began three days of ISTEP (Indiana State Testing for Educational Progress) testing starting on Tuesday.   Angie Mills, Jefferson Elementary principal, said, “Students at Jefferson Elementary are eating breakfast free of charge the week of ISTEP thanks to our...
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Miller’s Residents Learn About Funeral Costs

March 7, 2012
Miller’s Residents Learn About Funeral Costs

    03/08/12 Lori McAbee of Community Casket Company in South Bend spoke at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth on Monday afternoon, March 5 in a seminar titled “Taking Control of Funeral Costs”.  McAbee who is co-owner of the company enlightened residents and their guests about the hidden costs of funeral planning.  She also...
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Wind Advisory for Marshall County

March 7, 2012
Wind Advisory for Marshall County

   03/07/12 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A WIND ADVISORY THAT IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EST /7 PM CST/ THIS EVENING… HAZARDOUS WEATHER WARNING SAYS SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL INCREASE LATE THIS MORNING INTO THIS AFTERNOON. SUSTAINED WINDS OF 25 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 45 MPH CAN BE EXPECTED… WITH...
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Florida School Shooter Culver Academy Grad

March 6, 2012
Florida School Shooter Culver Academy Grad

  03/07/12 The school shooting in Florida on Tuesday has ties to Marshall County. A teacher who had been fired earlier in the day returned to the Episcopal High School in Jackson at lunchtime with a rifle hidden in a guitar case.  He went into the office of the headmistress and fatally shot her,...
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Local Alcohol Board Appoves Warm Beer Sales for Park Side Mini Mart

March 6, 2012
Local Alcohol Board Appoves Warm Beer Sales for Park Side Mini Mart

   03/07/12 Members of the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission considered three renewals, a new permit and a renewal after a violation during their meeting Tuesday morning. Without any discussion the local board approved the renewals of the Loyal Order of Moose in Plymouth, The Sprig-O-Mint Golf Club in Bremen, and the V.F.W. in...
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Rotary Quizbowl State Championship Results

March 6, 2012
Rotary Quizbowl State Championship Results

   03/07/12 Twenty-four schools competed in the 2012 Rotary Quizbowl State Championships held last Saturday at Ancilla College. Large, medium and schools competed, with Melissa Christiansen from the Plymouth Rotary Club noting, “Hopefully heralding an era of increased recognition and participation for small schools.” Each team played seven to nine round robin games before...
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Mayor’s Youth Council Recruiting Members

March 6, 2012
Mayor’s Youth Council Recruiting Members

    03/07/12 Mayor Mark Senter is announcing a recruiting drive for the Mayor’s Youth Council.  The council is described as a liaison between the students of the Plymouth Community School Corporation and the city administration.  The Council creates its own projects that relate to Youth Council purposes and objectives. The Youth Council is currently...
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Eskridge Stepping Down from Drill Team

March 6, 2012
Eskridge Stepping Down from Drill Team

  03/07/12 After nine years of service, the Marshall County 4-H Drill Team founder, Harry Eskridge, has announced his retirement. Eskridge said, “It’s been a good ride, but now it’s time to hang up the spurs.” Eskridge said he is experiencing some heath problems that will no longer allow him to continue. The Drill...
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Clean-Up Scheduled for Oak Hill Cemetery

March 6, 2012
Clean-Up Scheduled for Oak Hill Cemetery

    03/07/12 Plymouth’s Cemetery Superintendent, Jim Ousnamer has announced the annual clean-up for Oak Hill Cemetery. To facilitate spring cleaning at Oak Hill Cemetery, flowers and winter ornaments should be removed from grave sites before Monday, March 19th.  Residents are asked to pick-up and arrangements or ornaments they wish to keep before that date....
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