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Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

February 7, 2012
Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

02/08/12 Crystal Fishburn, formerly of Argos, was named to the fall 2011 Dean’s List at Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. She is a first year student pursuing a degree in Computer Information Systems with an emphasis in Graphic Arts and Web Design. Crystal is a 2011 graduate...
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Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

February 6, 2012
Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

02/07/12  The 2011 Jail Services Report was discussed during the County Commissioner’s meeting Monday morning.  Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said there were 2,085 new adult bookings averaging out to 5.7 per day.  The accumulative inmate stay was 38,169 days.  This averages out to 18.30 days per inmate. The top two reasons while people found themselves...
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Police Arrest Two Argos People for Possession

February 6, 2012
Police Arrest Two Argos People for Possession

02/07/12  On January 10th 2012, at 2:26pm, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained a 9-1-1emergency call in on Freemont Street in Argos.  The call was in reference to a female subject having difficulty breathing. Argos EMS responded to the scene and requested police assistance.  Officers from the Argos Police Department and Marshall County Police...
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The Center for Culver History Will Host Faces in the Crowd: Indiana and the Political Process

February 6, 2012
The Center for Culver History Will Host Faces in the Crowd: Indiana and the Political Process

02/07/12 The Center for Culver History welcomes Faces in the Crowd: Indiana and the Political Process, a traveling exhibition of the Indiana Historical Society, from February 6 through March 6. This exhibition will be on display at the Culver Union Township Public Library, located at 107 North Main Street. Candidates for political office have...
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Rebuilding Together Needs Groups for This Year’s Event

February 6, 2012
Rebuilding Together Needs Groups for This Year’s Event

2/07/2012  Dean Byers, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together is on the search for groups interested in helping this year’s event. Rebuilding Together recently held its open house that gave sponsor groups an opportunity to select project homes for the work day set for Saturday, April 28th. This year there were eleven homes approved through...
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Recycle Depot Annual Report

February 6, 2012
Recycle Depot Annual Report

02/07/12 The Marshall County Solid Waste District and its facility, the Recycle Depot are funded through a combination of a local property tax, the sale of recycling commodities, come modest disposal fees, and grants.  CAGIT funds were formerly used to help reduce the tax burden; however the county council has elected to divert those...
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Bishop Issues Statement to be Read during Services this past Weekend

February 6, 2012
Bishop Issues Statement to be Read during Services this past Weekend

02/07/12 Catholics all over the United States are vowing to fight a ruling handed down on January 20 from the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) concerning what HHS terms “preventative heath services”. In essence the ruling is intended to help ensure that women with health insurance coverage will have access...
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Jana’s Gymnasts 1st Place Finishers

February 6, 2012
Jana’s Gymnasts 1st Place Finishers

02/07/12 Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Quest for the Diamond Gymnastics Meet in Michigan City on Saturday, February 4th.  Jana’s Bronze and Silver Teams each earned 1st place finishes.   Pictured are: Bronze team members Front Row: Zoey France, Kennedy Sopher, Lauren Miller, Julia Marohn, Allison Layne Back Row: Kennedy Lauck, Carissa Kulpa, Abbie...
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Quilters Sew Little Dresses for Africa

February 6, 2012
Quilters Sew Little Dresses for Africa

   02/07/12 The Plymouth Friendship Quilt Guild held a Superbowl Super Sew Saturday on Feb. 4, 2012 at the Life Enrichment Center in Plymouth.  Ten ladies made 48 Little Dresses for African girls.  This is a project that has received a lot of attention since Rachel O’Neal saw the need for clothing little girls...
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Mayor Moves Forward with “Operation Bright Spot”

February 5, 2012
Mayor Moves Forward with “Operation Bright Spot”

02/06/12 Mayor Mark Senter and the City of Plymouth have decided to turn up the heat on some of the dilapidated buildings and houses in the city.   With that Senter said, “I would like to introduce OPERATION BRIGHT SPOT.  We have too many abandoned motels, apartments, gas stations, mobile homes and houses.” The Mayor...
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