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Ancilla Names Dean’s List, Honors List Recipients for Spring 2014

May 20, 2014
Ancilla Names Dean’s List, Honors List Recipients for Spring 2014

DONALDSON – Ancilla College has announced its spring 2014 Dean’s List and Honor’s List recipients. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.5 GPA or above and carry at least 12 credit hours during the semester.  Those eligible for the Academic Honors List must have a 3.5 GPA for the...
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Culver Work Session Scheduled for Tax Abatement

May 20, 2014
Culver Work Session Scheduled for Tax Abatement

Culver Town Council will meet for a work session with Jerry Chavez, the new director of the Marshall County Economic Development Commission. Their meeting is regarding a draft tax abatement plan and will be held on Friday, May 23rd at 1 p.m. in the Town Hall.
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Argos Superintendent Resigns for Valpo Position

May 20, 2014
Argos Superintendent Resigns for Valpo Position

After one year as Superintendent of Argos Community Schools, Julie Lauck is reluctantly moving on. Lauck has taken a position as Assistant Superintendent for Valparaiso Community School Corporation. Lauck said, “I’m sad to leave. I really love the Argos School Community.” According to Lauck, she was not seeking another position, but was approached by...
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Potato Creek to Present A Tribute to Local Veterans

May 20, 2014
Potato Creek to Present A Tribute to Local Veterans

Potato Creek State Park will be hosting a special cemetery tour to honor local veterans on Saturday, May 24th at 10 a.m. at the Porter Rea Cemetery located within the Park. From the Civil War to today, local citizens have served the nation in various branches of the U.S. Military. Jan Shupert-Arick, a descendant...
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Triton FFA Dairy Judging Team 13th in the State

May 20, 2014
Triton FFA Dairy Judging Team 13th in the State

On Saturday, May 17th, the Triton FFA Dairy Judging team competed at the state contest held at Purdue University.  Team members are Brooklyn Bitting, Jarred Watson, and James Eyrich.  They did an outstanding job, especially for their first year, by placing 13th as a team out of 25 participating teams.   James Eyrich, pictured, placed...
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City Police Serve Search Warrants this Morning

May 20, 2014
City Police Serve Search Warrants this Morning

Thirty-six year old Katherine Kain and 34 year old Ashley Bays both of Plymouth were arrested Tuesday morning following the service of a search warrant at 906 North Walnut Street at 6:35 a.m.  Plymouth Police Officer John Weir said the two subjects were taken into custody after several items of various narcotics were located...
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Commissioner to Conduct Executive Session

May 19, 2014
Commissioner to Conduct Executive Session

  The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for an executive session on Tuesday, May 27, at 10:30 am in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room.    The purpose of the executive session is for the interviewing of applicants for the position of Highway Superintendent, as allowed under Indiana Code.
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Drainage Board Opens Bids for Marburger Reconstruction

May 19, 2014
Drainage Board Opens Bids for Marburger Reconstruction

05/20/14 Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board opened bids for the reconstruction of the Marburger Ditch near Dogwood Road.  Four companies submitted sealed bids.  Thomas Excavating from Argos had a bid of $75,649 while Haskins Underground from Plymouth bid $69,091 and J.D. Excavating from Knox bid $64,948.25.  Low bidder was Hunter Transit from...
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Hatcher Received Excellence in Teaching Award at PHS

May 19, 2014
Hatcher Received Excellence in Teaching Award at PHS

  Plymouth High School social studies teacher, David Hatcher, was named the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award, Teacher of the year during the National Honor Society Induction on May 18. Every six weeks during the school year, a teacher is named an Excellence in Teaching Award winner. Those named for the 2013-2014...
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PHS Baccalaureate Service

May 19, 2014
PHS Baccalaureate Service

A baccalaureate service was held at Plymouth High School on Sunday, May 18. According to information provided by PHS Director of Choral Studies, Parker Terry, a baccalaureate service is “a gradational observance of the non-denominational religious community.  Baccalaureate is a worship celebration marking a young adult’s entrance into society.” The event was open to...
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