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M.C. Annual Report for Plan Commission & BZA

March 4, 2014
M.C. Annual Report for Plan Commission & BZA

  03/04/14 Marshall County Planning Director, Ralph Booker presented the Annual Report for the Marshall County Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals.  Permit activity was up in 2013 with 440 permits from 374 in 2012.  Of the 440 permits 117 were for electrical and Booker noted that 84 were permits issued in the...
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USI Updates Commissioners on Metronet and 7th Road

March 4, 2014
USI Updates Commissioners on Metronet and 7th Road

    03/04/14 Greg Wendling from USI updated the County Commissioner on the St. Joe Valley Metronet project.  The bid process is set for April 7th and the Common Construction Wage Scale meeting is scheduled for Wednesday.  He noted that the entire project along US 31 will be in the right-of-way, primarily on the...
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Triton Elementary Science Fair Winners

March 3, 2014
Triton Elementary Science Fair Winners

  03/04/14 The Triton Elementary School Science Department hosted its annual Science Fair on Friday, February 21st. More than 70 students from grades 4 through 6th have been working since November preparing their projects.  Students have worked under the supervision of their homeroom teachers to develop inquiry-based, original research experiments. The students presented the...
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Northside Vendors to Operate Under New Management

March 3, 2014
Northside Vendors to Operate Under New Management

  03/04/14 Northside Vendors Market announces that it is under new management. Local vendor Lee Dulworth will now manage the day-to-day operations of the business. Dulworth brings many years of business experience and sees potential for growth for the resale mall. In fact, he has already expanded the hours of the business. Northside Vendors...
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Riverside Students Involved in Winter Guard

March 3, 2014
Riverside Students Involved in Winter Guard

  3/04/14 Riverside Intermediate School Principal Jeni Hirschy said, “Students at Riverside have the opportunity to be involved in Winter Guard under the direction of Nicole Horner.”  Recently, the group performed at a basketball game held at Riverside Intermediate School.         Students participating include: (first row) Monze Menijbar   (second row L...
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Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday

March 3, 2014
Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday

  03/04/14 The Plymouth School Board will convene on Tuesday, March 4 at 6:00 P.M. for an executive session. Immediately following, at approximately 7:00 P.M., they will hold a regular open meeting. Both meetings will be held in the Administration Board Room on Berkley Street. Among other items, the Board will consider snow-makeup days,...
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LaVille Math Bowl Teams Win at Walkerton!

March 3, 2014
LaVille Math Bowl Teams Win at Walkerton!

  03/04/14All those long hours of practice and studying finally paid off on Thursday as the LaVille 6th grade Math Bowl team captured the Walkerton Math Bowl Tournament Championship. The contest was exciting and close down to the last problem. The Lancers held on to win the Championship. Now the State of Indiana will...
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POOR HANDMAIDS PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL CATHOLIC SISTERS WEEK, March 8-14, 2014

March 3, 2014
POOR HANDMAIDS PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL CATHOLIC SISTERS WEEK, March 8-14, 2014

  03/04/14 St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN recently received a grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to launch National Catholic Sisters Week March 8-14, 2014 as part of Women’s History Month. The purpose of the week is to bring greater awareness to a unique band of women – Catholic Sisters – to...
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CUTPL Celebrates One Book, One County

March 3, 2014
CUTPL Celebrates One Book, One County

   03/04/14 During the month of April, the Culver-Union Township Public Library will be celebrating One Book, One County, a county-wide program encouraging the community to read and discuss the same book. Marshall County’s 2014 selection for One Book, One County is Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.   The Culver Union Township Public...
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National Red Cross Month Encourages Volunteer Activity

March 3, 2014
National Red Cross Month Encourages Volunteer Activity

  03/04/14 For 133 years, the American Red Cross has helped individuals and families prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. And each spring since 1942, starting with Franklin Roosevelt, the U.S. President acknowledges the American Red Cross and encourages volunteerism by issuing a proclamation that declares March as Red Cross Month. ‘”We touch...
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