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Daniel Flynn Reads “Stay Positive” book he Illustrated to WDA Students

March 11, 2015
Daniel Flynn Reads “Stay Positive” book he Illustrated to WDA Students

On Wednesday the students and staff of Washington Discovery Academy celebrated the book “Stay Positive”. The illustrator of the book, Daniel Flynn, a 2014 graduate of Plymouth High School was at WDA to read the book to the various grades.  He then allowed the students to ask questions about the illustrations and book.  He also discussed with...
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Plymouth School Schedule 3 Saturday Virtual Learning Days

March 11, 2015
Plymouth School Schedule 3 Saturday Virtual Learning Days

The Plymouth Community School Corporation would like to announce the following three virtual learning snow makeup days for their students and staff: Saturday, April 11th, Saturday, April 18th, and Saturday, May 16th. More information will be forthcoming about their scheduled virtual learning snow makeup days at they get a bit closer.
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Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inducts New Members

March 11, 2015
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inducts New Members

DONALDSON – Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges, inducted 21 new members from Ancilla College for the spring semester in a formal ceremony Sunday, March 8th at Ancilla’s campus. Those inducted to Ancilla’s Beta Beta Beta chapter on March 8 include: Jeremy Allison (Bremen), Leah Binion (Walkerton), Barbara Caudill (Culver),...
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Obituary for Former Plymouth Mayor Jack Greenlee

March 11, 2015
Obituary for Former Plymouth Mayor Jack Greenlee

Jack B. Greenlee, 85, a lifetime Marshall County resident, passed away at his Rex Street home in the care of his loving family and the Center for Hospice Care at 8:30 a.m. Monday, March 9, 2015. Jack was born in Argos, Indiana to Harold A. and Mildred H. (Fikert) Greenlee on April 24, 1929....
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Schools on Fog Delay

March 11, 2015
Schools on Fog Delay

  Argos Community Schools 2-hour DELAY Bremen Public Schools 2-hour DELAY Culver Community Schools 2-hour DELAY John Glenn Schools 2-hour DELAY Marshall Starke Development 1-hour Transportation DELAY Plymouth Community Schools 2-hour DELAY St. Michael School 2-hour DELAY Triton School Corp. 2-hour DELAY Union North United School Corp. 2-hour DELAY Knox Community Schools 2-hour DELAY
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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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