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Plymouth Fire Chief Resigns, G. Cook to Serve as Interim

February 7, 2012
Plymouth Fire Chief Resigns, G. Cook to Serve as Interim

02/08/12 Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker has resigned to go into private business. In late February he will take a job with Gibson Insurance Corporation as a loss prevention consultant. Chief Metsker has nearly nine years as a full-time firefighter.  He was a 10 year volunteer prior to becoming a full-time firefighter.  He was...
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Berndt of Bremen Appointed Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

February 7, 2012
Berndt of Bremen Appointed Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

02/08/12 Tuesday afternoon Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, David R. Holmes, announced the appointment of Lynn Berndt, of Bremen, as Deputy Prosecuting Attorney effective February 6th.  Ms. Berndt is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the University of Michigan Law School, has served for the last seven years as a deputy in the St. Joseph...
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Tim Harman Files for State Representative

February 7, 2012
Tim Harman  Files for State Representative

   02/08/12 On Thursday, February 2nd, Tim Harman of Bremen officially filed to run for State Representative, District 17, in the upcoming Republican primary. District 17, comprised of all of Marshall and most of Fulton Counties, is an open seat for the 2012 election due to redistricting. Mr. Harman is a 38-year resident of...
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Commissioners Approve 2012 Polling Sites

February 7, 2012
Commissioners Approve 2012 Polling Sites

02/08/12 Members of the Marshall County Election Board appeared before the County Commissioners on Monday morning to request final approval of the polling sites for 2012. Members Julie Fox, Nelson Chipman, and Roger Wise had given the commissioners a proposed list several weeks ago for review. Some of the polling sites have been combined...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named One of the Nation’s 15 Top Health Systems

February 7, 2012
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named One of the Nation’s 15 Top Health Systems

  02/08/12  Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems and awarded Top 5 for Small Health Systems (less than $750million in operating expenses) by Thomson Reuters, a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare.  The top health systems...
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Argos Senior Project Trains Leader Dog for the Blind

February 7, 2012
Argos Senior Project Trains Leader Dog for the Blind

02/08/12 Mileigh “Rospopo,” Leader Dog for the Blind-in-training is continuing her real life experiences at Argos High School this year.  Her trainer, Allysen Rospopo is completing her required senior project on all types of service dogs.  Three months old when she arrived from Rochester Hills, Michigan, Mileigh is now eight months old. Mileigh’s purpose...
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Argos Dollars for Sholars Host Purdue Glee Club for Fundraiser

February 7, 2012
Argos Dollars for Sholars Host Purdue Glee Club for Fundraiser

02/08/12 With integrity, passion, unparalleled showmanship and attention to every detail, the men of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club have proudly served as ambassadors of the university with honor and dignity for more than 115 years. This select ensemble has entertained on behalf of the Purdue University for campus, community, state, national, and international...
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Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

February 7, 2012
Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

02/08/12 Crystal Fishburn, formerly of Argos, was named to the fall 2011 Dean’s List at Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. She is a first year student pursuing a degree in Computer Information Systems with an emphasis in Graphic Arts and Web Design. Crystal is a 2011 graduate...
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Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

February 6, 2012
Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

02/07/12  The 2011 Jail Services Report was discussed during the County Commissioner’s meeting Monday morning.  Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said there were 2,085 new adult bookings averaging out to 5.7 per day.  The accumulative inmate stay was 38,169 days.  This averages out to 18.30 days per inmate. The top two reasons while people found themselves...
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Police Arrest Two Argos People for Possession

February 6, 2012
Police Arrest Two Argos People for Possession

02/07/12  On January 10th 2012, at 2:26pm, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained a 9-1-1emergency call in on Freemont Street in Argos.  The call was in reference to a female subject having difficulty breathing. Argos EMS responded to the scene and requested police assistance.  Officers from the Argos Police Department and Marshall County Police...
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