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Brianna Trappe 2012 Miss Blueberry

July 3, 2012
Brianna Trappe 2012 Miss Blueberry

  07/05/12 “A World of Possibilities” was presented to the audience last Saturday evening as the 2012 Marshall County Blueberry Festival opened its events with the Miss Blueberry Scholarship Pageant. Held at the Argos High School auditorium, it was a well-planned event with little time wasted. Sixteen young women from around Marshall County competed...
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An Excessive Heat Waring is in effect from noon today until 8pm on Saturday, July 7th. Temps will be in the 90′s.

July 3, 2012
An Excessive Heat Waring is in effect from noon today until 8pm on Saturday, July 7th. Temps will be in the 90′s.

  07/03/12 National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Waring for Marshall County beginning at noon today and will remain in effect until 8pm on Saturday. Temperatures will be in the middle to upper 90′s and highs of 100 are possible for Thursday and Friday. The Heat index will peak around 100 degrees...
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M.C. Health Department Takes Action on Unsafe Properties

July 2, 2012
M.C. Health Department Takes Action on Unsafe Properties

07/03/12 Last week members of the Marshall County Board of Health heard Jerry Fussell, Environmentalist discuss in detail three residents that have been deemed unsafe.   The first property is AT 534 Childs Street in Bourbon.  Town Board members Bill Keyser and Les McFarland appeared before the Health Board asking for assistance in taking...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

July 2, 2012
Arrests by Plymouth Police

   07/03/12 On Tuesday, June 26th workers at the Auto Park located at 1829 West Jefferson Street contacted the Plymouth Police Department in reference that a customer came onto the lot and went through the employee’s vehicles removing items.  After investigator Ted Brown viewed the video the female subject that was later identified as...
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Animal Aid Planned for Humane Society 30th Anniversary

July 2, 2012
Animal Aid Planned for Humane Society 30th Anniversary

  07/03/12 The staff and supporters of the Marshall County Humane Society are hoping the entire community will join them in a celebration of 30 years of service in the county. Nancy Cox, who has spent the last 24 years at the Humane Society, said the July 21 event will have something for everyone...
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Sunday Crash on 5B Road

July 2, 2012
Sunday Crash on 5B Road

  06/03/12 On Sunday, July 1st at around 4:30am, Patrolman Les McFarland investigated an accident at the intersection of Grape Road and 5B Road.  Driver Brian L. Steele 46, of South Bend states that he was traveling northbound on Grape Road when he fell asleep and went off the roadway into a ditch.  The...
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SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS

July 2, 2012
SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS

  07/03/12 As part of the new smoking ban in Indiana, Hoosiers are being urged to take the next step and stop smoking.  Indiana has the Tobacco Quitline  800-QUITNOW and online at   www.IndianaQuitline.net. These are FREE services offered the citizens of Indiana. The Indiana Tobacco Quitline is a free phone-based counseling service that helps Indiana...
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Number of Registered Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Continues to Rise

July 2, 2012
Number of Registered Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Continues to Rise

   07/03/12 Donate Life America unveiled its fifth annual National Donor Designation Report Card during the organization’s twentieth anniversary annual meeting in Chicago, IL. The document reports 101.4 million people had enrolled in state donor registries by the end of 2011. The public can add to that number and help save the lives of...
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DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES SUBCOMMITTEE

July 2, 2012
DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES SUBCOMMITTEE

07/03/12 Last week, Congressman Joe Donnelly’s bill, The Veterans Data Breach Timely Notification Act, H.R. 3730, passed the House Committee on Veterans Affairs Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee by voice vote. “In the unfortunate event of a breach of sensitive information, veterans and their families should be notified as soon as practically possible,” said Donnelly....
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Miller’s offers Hearing Aid Clinic

July 2, 2012
Miller’s offers Hearing Aid Clinic

  07/03/12 Manan Hearing Care Specialist Steven Douglas holds a hearing aid clinic each month at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  He will check hearing aids, make small repairs, and replace tubes and batteries.  He is also able to check for wax build up and give hearing tests.  The Manan Hearing Clinic takes place the...
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