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2 PHS BPA Members are State Champions

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March 18, 2015
2 PHS BPA Members are State Champions

The Plymouth Chapter of Business Professional of American left with 24 Plymouth High School students to compete at the State Leadership Conference in Indianapolis on March 15 and returned on March 17th. Students not only competed in various events, but also attend seminars and listened to many professionals on how to prepare for the...
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Argos BPA Qualifies Members for Nationals

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March 18, 2015
Argos BPA Qualifies Members for Nationals

The Argos High School Business Professionals of America had an exciting and successful trip to Indy for state leadership conference last week. The Parliamentary Procedure Team made up of Hannah Harrell, Jenni and Kyle Fishburn, Justin Carr, Chris Stark and Macee Strycker placed 2nd out of 15 teams and qualified for nationals. The Website...
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Siamuel Stemen Sentenced to 26 Years in Prison as an Habitual Offender

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March 18, 2015
Siamuel Stemen Sentenced to 26 Years in Prison as an Habitual Offender

Siamuel Stemen, 30, of Plymouth, was sentenced today (March 18, 2015) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 16 years imprisonment for aggravated battery, with an additional enhancement of 10 years of imprisonment for a total of 26 years.  In open court, Stemen had previously admitted that on July 5, 2014 he had beaten...
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Mr. and Miss Math and Science Nominations

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March 18, 2015
Mr. and Miss Math and Science Nominations

The State of Indiana is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Mr. and Miss Math and Mr. and Miss Science awards. These honors recognize four outstanding high school seniors for their exemplary performance in the subjects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Senator Randy Head said, “As our state continues to expand its life...
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Briefs from the Triton School Corporation

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March 18, 2015
Briefs from the Triton School Corporation

Triton Jr.-Sr. High School teachers Christina Stout, April Leeper, and Sam Willsey dressed as tourists as part of school spirit week the first week of March at Triton. The fourth grade students at Triton Elementary School enjoyed a visit from Marshall County REMC!  They had been studying electricity, circuits, and different energy sources. What...
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O.D. High School Parent’s Meeting for Tonight Cancelled

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March 18, 2015
O.D. High School Parent’s Meeting for Tonight Cancelled

Dr. Cathy Pratt, Director of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community located at Indiana University was scheduled to appear at the Oregon Davis High School Parent’s meeting tonight at 6 CT.  She will be unable to present and the meeting has been cancelled.
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Commissioners Issue “Advisory” level Travel Advisory

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March 18, 2015
Commissioners Issue “Advisory” level Travel Advisory

Due to damage to county roads caused by the recent thawing, an “Advisory” level travel advisory has been implemented. The Marshall County Commissioners and highway superintendent are asking for your cooperation in helping to prevent further damage to the roads by limiting the amount of weight being transported on county roads. An “Advisory” is...
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Dr. Marcia Egan Speaks on Social Justice at Lampen Lecture

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March 18, 2015
Dr. Marcia Egan Speaks on Social Justice at Lampen Lecture

DONALDSON –Dr. Marcia Egan presented a lecture entitled “Looking Back, Stepping Forward: Angelina, Sarah and Social Justice” as a part of the college’s Lampen Lecture series Monday, March 16th. Dr. Marcia Egan, resident of Maria Center, simply wanted to share her love of books and learning. Based on the book The Invention of Wings...
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Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

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March 18, 2015
Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

A couple dozen citizens, young and older attended the groundbreaking Tuesday evening for Freedom Park in Packard Woods. The all-inclusive playground has been a dream of Tony Gamble’s for a number of years.  Seeing his youngest son who is disabled watch as the other children ran and played on the equipment at the park...
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More than 400 Run/Walk in 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash

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March 18, 2015
More than 400 Run/Walk in 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash

The fourth annual St. Paddy’s Day Dash was held this past Saturday at the Plymouth High School. Under sunny more than 400 runners and walkers came out to help raise funds and awareness for cancer patients in Marshall County. The St. Paddy’s Day Dash began in 2012 when a fundraiser was done for former...
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