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Argos Man Arrested for Child Molesting

March 11, 2015
Argos Man Arrested for Child Molesting

35 year old Robert Lee Stafford of Maple Street in Argos was arrested Friday following an investigation by the Argos Police Department. On Friday the Department of Child Services contacted the Argos Police Department and advised of a possible child molesting incident that was alleged to have happened on February 27th. The mother of...
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Driver Sited in Crash at US 31 & SR 110

March 11, 2015
Driver Sited in Crash at US 31 & SR 110

At approximately 5:18 pm Monday the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department received several 911 calls concerning a head on collision US 31 and SR 110. When emergency personnel arrived it was discovered two vehicles were involved in the crash, a 2006 Ford Ranger pickup truck driven by William Koelm, 63, of Rochester, and a 1996...
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All Hazard Radio Give-Away March 18th

March 11, 2015
All Hazard Radio Give-Away March 18th

Are you ready for severe weather or other types of hazards that could threaten your safety?  In conjunction with “Severe Weather Preparedness Week” which runs from March 15th thru March 21st, the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency, in partnership with the Marshall County Amateur Radio Club, will be distributing NOAA Weather/All Hazard Alert Radios...
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Ancilla College Breaks Ground on Residence Hall, Life Center

March 10, 2015
Ancilla College Breaks Ground on Residence Hall, Life Center

DONALDSON – Warm temperatures Tuesday were the harbinger of good things to come at Ancilla College where the board of trustees broke ground for a three-story residence hall and student life dining center opening Aug. 1. “This was meant to be,” said President Dr. Ken Zirkle. “It is no accident we have beautiful weather...
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Triton School Board Moves Graduation Due to School Cancellation Days

March 10, 2015
Triton School Board Moves Graduation Due to School Cancellation Days

At Monday night’s Triton School Board meeting a difficult and important decision was made in regards to graduation. The board, by recommendation of Superintendent Donna Burroughs voted to move graduation from Sunday, May 31st at 2:00 to Sunday, June 7th at 2:00 P.M. Burroughs explained the reasons for the change.  Because Triton schools have...
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Dense Fog Advisory

March 10, 2015
Dense Fog Advisory

Just before 10 p.m. Tuesday night the National Weather Service issued a Dense Fog Advisory.  The advisory will be in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday. Area counties involved include Marshall, Fulton, Starke, Saint Joseph, Kosciusko, and LaPorte. It is anticipated that the dense fog will persist through the morning commute time causing hazardous driving...
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PHS Students Compete at Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust

March 10, 2015
PHS Students Compete at Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust

On Friday March 6th, seven students from Plymouth High School attended the Annual Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust Competition.  The students have spent the last two months designing and building their bridge with balsa wood and glue.  Zacc Hutchings and Melanie Cooper’s bridge took top honors placing 1st in structural efficiency.  Their bridge beat...
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Marshall County CASA Rallies at Statehouse for More Funding

March 10, 2015
Marshall County CASA Rallies at Statehouse for More Funding

On Monday, the Indiana Statehouse was filled with royal blue shirts proclaiming “I AM FOR THE CHILD!”  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Guardian ad Litem (GAL) volunteers, directors, staff and board members from around the state held a rally in the Statehouse rotunda. Legislators from around the state were invited to attend and learn...
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Ground Breaking for Freedom Park

March 10, 2015
Ground Breaking for Freedom Park

The Freedom Park Committee will be hosting a ground breaking ceremony Tuesday, March 17th at 5:00 p.m. at Packard Woods in Plymouth, Ind., the future home of Freedom Park. Phase 1 of the all-inclusive playground project is getting started and is expected to be completed by this summer. Everyone is invited to attend and...
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Lawmakers call for VA action on veteran suicide e-mail

March 10, 2015
Lawmakers call for VA action on veteran suicide e-mail

INDIANAPOLIS — Despite knowing for at least two months about an internal e-mail that appears to mock veteran suicides, administrators at Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center never investigated, fired or demoted the manager who sent it — and now some members of Congress are demanding action. “This inappropriate e-mail needs to be taken very...
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