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Corn Tasting at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market

July 23, 2015
Corn Tasting at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market

While shopping at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market, listen to Jim St. James performing from 9 to 11:30. Cyndi and Yolanda from the Purdue Extension office will demonstrate proper vegetable washing and corn tasting will be this week’s giveaway.   The Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River Park Square at Garro and River...
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Pontoon Home Tour will Benefit Lake Patrol

July 23, 2015
Pontoon Home Tour will Benefit Lake Patrol

The Lake Maxinkuckee Association will be trying something a little different to help out the Lake Patrol this weekend. The Association will sponsor their first pontoon boat “Home Tour” on Lake Max on July 25 from 4 p.m to 7 p.m. The cost is $45 per person with all proceeds going to benefit the...
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Encore’s Music in the Park this Friday Brings Babylon Sneakers to the Stage

July 23, 2015
Encore’s Music in the Park this Friday Brings Babylon Sneakers to the Stage

Encore Performing Arts’ Music in the Park closes out the series at the Young Amphitheater with Babylon Sneakers this Friday, July 24. The group based in South Bend is an eight-piece Steely Dan tribute band. The group is comprised of members Mark Gamble, Lena Kelly, James Kerby, Geoff Lesar, Jamie Pawelski, Sam Que, Dawn Burns Robinson...
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Walorski Statement on South Bend Community Based Outpatient Clinic

July 23, 2015
Walorski Statement on South Bend Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after it was announced the project of the St. Joseph County Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) had been awarded: “After several years of planning and waiting, I’m happy this project is moving forward. Our veterans put everything on the line to defend our freedoms and giving...
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Grace College to Break Ground on New Campus Dorm

July 23, 2015
Grace College to Break Ground on New Campus Dorm

WINONA LAKE, IND. – Grace College and Seminary continues to set the pace in innovative quality and affordable education. This has been displayed through record enrollments over the past several years. With the rise in enrollment, the college is again addressing the need for more on-campus housing with plans to break ground on a...
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Argos Man Breaks Leg in Saturday Crash

July 23, 2015
Argos Man Breaks Leg in Saturday Crash

Saturday evening, 53 year old Matt Stults of Argos was traveling east on 18th Road, just east of Kenilworth when he swerved to miss a couple of deer that ran out of a cornfield. Mr. Stults hit a flooded section of roadway and hydroplaned which caused him to lose control of the 2005 Food...
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INDIANA RECEIVES LONGEST NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND WAIVER IN STATE HISTORY

July 23, 2015
INDIANA RECEIVES LONGEST NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND WAIVER IN STATE HISTORY

INDIANAPOLIS – Thursday, the United States Department of Education granted Indiana a three-year extension of its waiver from some of the provisions of federal legislation known as No Child Left Behind.  Among other things, the waiver will give more local control and greater flexibility to schools over how they utilize federal dollars.  The three-year waiver...
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CF&E Railroad Closures Scheduled

July 23, 2015
CF&E Railroad Closures Scheduled

The Marshall County Highway Department was notified Wednesday of work scheduled to be done on the Chicago, Ft Wayne & Eastern Railroad. The work will require the closure of two county roads for a few days.   Closures will be on Gumwood Road near the intersection of Lincoln Highway in Bourbon and Iris Road near...
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Commissioners look at Lease Purchase Plan and Fleet Lease & Management Programs

July 22, 2015
Commissioners look at Lease Purchase Plan and Fleet Lease & Management Programs

The Marshall County Commissioners will look at an alternative way to finance vehicles and equipment that would avoid having a large outlay of money at one time. Angie Deming from Republic First National specializes in governmental financing of capital needs.  She presented information on a lease purchase plan with a non-appropriation clause in it. ...
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Trees Discussed at Redevelopment Commission

July 22, 2015
Trees Discussed at Redevelopment Commission

Trees were a topic of discussion during Tuesday’s Revitalization Commission meeting. While discussing the River Park Square project in TIF District # 2 Commission member Nancy Felde once again asked about the replacement trees that don’t appear to be performing any better than the original ones.  There was a warranty on the first trees...
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