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County Council Approves CF-1 for Headsight and Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Metronet

May 13, 2014
County Council Approves CF-1 for Headsight and Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Metronet

  Monday morning members of the Marshall County Council approved the Tax Abatement Compliance Form for Headsight Inc.   The Bremen company was granted a tax abatement in October of 2012 when the family operated business decided to expand their operations with a new 18,000 sq. ft. building to house new research and development (R&D),...
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Plymouth High School to hold Super Sunday May 18

May 13, 2014
Plymouth High School to hold Super Sunday May 18

Plymouth High School announced Monday that its annual Super Sunday will be this Sunday, May 18. Super Sunday is comprised of three special ceremonies for Plymouth High School students: the National Honor Society induction ceremony, the Academic Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and Baccalaureate service for the 2014 PHS graduates. “Super Sunday is special...
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7 Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded Locally

May 12, 2014
7 Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded Locally

Through the participation of the Marshall County REMC members and partnership with the Marshall County Community Foundation, the Operation Round Up® Fund continues to grow and make a difference in the community.  The Operation Round Up® board of directors is happy to announce the following organizations will be funded accordingly: Muscular Dystrophy Association was...
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Country Chevrolet Cadillac Goes to Bat for Plymouth Junior League Baseball

May 12, 2014
Country Chevrolet Cadillac Goes to Bat for Plymouth Junior League Baseball

Country Chevrolet Cadillac is partnering with the Plymouth Junior League Baseball in Plymouth.  Country Chevrolet Cadillac has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program to provide new equipment, a monetary contribution and an opportunity for community members to earn additional donations for their league via a Test Drive fundraiser. “Youth baseball provides...
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Driver Teated and Released after Roll-Over Crash Monday Morning

May 12, 2014
Driver Teated and Released after Roll-Over Crash Monday Morning

Marshall County Police investigated a single vehicle roll-over crash on Pine Road north of 5th Road Monday morning just before 11.  A 2003 Chevrolet Blazer, driven by 16 year old Michael Slitter of Plymouth was northbound on Pine Road just north of 5th road when he swerved to miss a deer in the roadway.  ...
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Walorski and 15 Representatives Send Letter to President Obama to Urge Accountability at Department of Veterans Affairs

May 12, 2014
Walorski and 15 Representatives Send Letter to President Obama to Urge Accountability at Department of Veterans Affairs

  WASHINGTON D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), along with 15 of her House colleagues, sent a letter to President Obama Monday requesting that President Obama uphold accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) by requiring the resignation of three senior VA officials.   “There is no excuse for the botched care of America’s 23...
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Coats Says VA Must Make Sweeping Changes

May 12, 2014
Coats Says VA Must Make Sweeping Changes

WASHINGTON, DC – Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Monday issued the following statement regarding ongoing allegations of abuse and neglect by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including reports that up to 40 patients in Phoenix may have died because of delays in care: “As a veteran, I firmly believe our country has a duty...
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PHS Twirler Wins Titles in Advanced Junior Events

May 12, 2014
PHS Twirler Wins Titles in Advanced Junior Events

On Saturday, May 10th over 60 twirlers came to Lincoln Jr. High in Plymouth for the 2014 Indiana Baton Twirling Championships.  Twirlers are separated into beginner, intermediate and advanced and also by age groups.   Local PHS freshman, Alicia Dennie had a wonderful day.  She won titles in all the Advanced Junior ( ages...
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Argos Student Read Nearly 300,000 pages in April

May 12, 2014
Argos Student Read Nearly 300,000 pages in April

Mary Jackson, Librarian for the Argos Community Schools is excited to announce the results of the annual Reading Rally.  Argos students celebrated their annual Reading Rally by reading almost 300,000 pages in the month of April.  Along with ice cream and lots of prizes, the students were treated to a skit performed by Principal...
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Gibson Announces New Associates

May 12, 2014
Gibson Announces New Associates

David Burke has joined Gibson as a Loss Prevention Consultant in Risk Management Services. He is responsible for creating risk management programs, OSHA compliance, and loss prevention services for business clients.   Prior to joining Gibson in 2014, David was the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager at Task Force Tips, Inc. where he...
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