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LJH Students Attend Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair

April 4, 2014
LJH Students Attend Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Lincoln Junior High sent three students to the Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair at Notre Dame on Saturday, March 22, 2014. Eighth grader, Aidan Burkins, brought home a blue ribbon and mathematics award for his project on facial recognition passwords.  Seventh graders, Adam and Michelle Heckaman, also brought home blue ribbons for...
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Shakelford Sentenced to Ten Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine Near Bremen Park

April 4, 2014
Shakelford Sentenced to Ten Years  for Manufacturing Methamphetamine Near Bremen Park

Brandon Shakelford, 23, of Fort Wayne, was sentenced Wednesday in Marshall Superior Court 1 to ten years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine directly across the street from Sunnyside Park in Bremen, a Class B felony.  In open court, Shakelford had previously admitted he manufactured and possessed methamphetamine on May 19, 2013 at a home on...
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Cleanup in Oak Hill Cemetery Starts Monday, April 7

April 3, 2014
Cleanup in Oak Hill Cemetery Starts Monday, April 7

Oak Hill Cemetery Superintendent, Jim Ousnamer is asking people to remove all decorations that you wish to keep from the Oak Hill Cemetery by the end of the day, this Sunday, April 6th.  The annual spring cleanup in the cemetery will begin on Monday, April 7th. Anything left after this date will be thrown...
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Saint Joseph OB/GYN Specialists & Midwifery Now Seeing Patients at Bremen Family Medicine

April 3, 2014
Saint Joseph OB/GYN Specialists & Midwifery Now Seeing Patients at Bremen Family Medicine

The Saint Joseph Physician Network is excited to announce that Saint Joseph OB/GYN Specialists & Midwifery is now seeing patients at Bremen Family Medicine.  “Holding office hours in Bremen will allow our patients to stay close to home to receive care,” said David Parker, MD. “The Saint Joseph Physician Network is dedicated to offer...
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Kid’s Expo 2014

April 3, 2014
Kid’s Expo 2014

The Leadership Marshall County is proud to announce the first annual Kid’s Expo, a class project spearheaded by members of the Class of XIX. The expo will be on Saturday, April 19th from 10:00 until 1:00 at the Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth. The event is open and free to all families residing...
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LJH Students & Staff to get new Apple MacBook Air Computers

April 3, 2014
LJH Students & Staff to get new Apple MacBook Air Computers

Students and teachers at Lincoln Junior High will likely begin the new school year with new computers. The Plymouth School Board approved the lease of Apple MacBook Air computers at a cost of $141,940.   The newly leased computers will replace those that have been in service for approximately four years.  Since the Plymouth Schools...
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Plymouth School Extend School Day 10 minutes as Make-Up Day

April 3, 2014
Plymouth School Extend School Day 10 minutes as Make-Up Day

Plymouth School Administrators have found a creative way to fulfill the state mandated requirement for providing instruction for 180 day per school year, even though inclement weather forced a number of school closings, including the latest on March 12. Beginning Monday, April 7, the school day will be extended by 10 minutes per day...
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April Happenings at Plymouth Public Library

April 3, 2014
April Happenings at Plymouth Public Library

The One Book, One County book for 2014 events begin soon.  The book chosen is Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.  The public libraries in Marshall County have multiple copies.  Time to get reading! Plymouth Public Library will be showing the PBS documentary about the Orphan Trains at 6:30 p.m. on April 3rd in the...
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BLUE ART IN THE STREETS

April 3, 2014
BLUE ART IN THE STREETS

The first bunch of blueberry sculptures just arrived in Marshall County. The 3′ x 3′ dimensional blueberries have been molded, primed and delivered. Artists are picking them up now and will be creatively painting them. The blueberry has a bit of personality because it leans to the right on its side. We are anticipating these colorful blueberries...
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Ancilla Representatives Visit Sojourner Truth House

April 3, 2014
Ancilla Representatives Visit Sojourner Truth House

In response to their mission’s call to serve, Ancilla College faculty, staff and students visited the Sojourner Truth House in Gary on Monday, March 24th volunteering their services for the day. 13 representatives of Ancilla College, including 5 students and 8 staff members worked on several separate projects despite the chilly weather.  Volunteers raked...
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