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Storm Spotter Training Offered

February 14, 2011
Storm Spotter Training Offered

02/15/11 Marshall County Emergency Management Director, Clyde Avery announces weather training class for the general public and emergency services.   In preparation for the upcoming severe weather season, The National Weather Service in cooperation with The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency and The Marshall County SKYWARN group will be hosting the annual “Storm Spotter Training”. ...
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Argos Spell Bowl Winners Announced

February 14, 2011
Argos Spell Bowl Winners Announced

02/15/11 The winners of the Argos Elementary School Spell Bowl were announced last week.  For more than 20 years students in 5th and 6th grade have participated in this annual event.  They must pass a written test to be eligible to compete in the actual Spell Bowl.  Fifth grade winner at Argos was Lexie...
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Miller’s to Show Film of LaPorte Serial Killer

February 14, 2011
Miller’s to Show Film of LaPorte Serial Killer

02/15/11 “The Gunness Mystery”, a historical documentary on the life of infamous LaPorte serial killer Belle Gunness, will be shown at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Friday, February 18, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.  The documentary is approximately 40 minutes long with a questions and answer time following.       The documentary was produced by LaPorte...
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Fugitive Wanted for Robbery Found in Plymouth

February 12, 2011
Fugitive Wanted for Robbery Found in Plymouth

02/12/11  Saturday afternoon troopers with the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team (ERT) raided a Plymouth home in search of a man wanted out of Marion County, Indiana for robbery. ERT units entered the home at 2002 Lake Avenue in Plymouth shortly before 5:00 p.m. and arrested Jody Olmstead, 41, on two outstanding warrants. ...
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No Serious Injuries in School Bus Accident

February 11, 2011
No Serious Injuries in School Bus Accident

02/14/11 A 9-1-1 call to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at 7:20 Friday morning sent emergency responders to a school bus accident on Sycamore Road north of 1st Road. Deputy Ryan Hafke investigated the single vehicle accident that sent three students to a South Bend hospital with complaints of pain. Dawne Cowgill was driving...
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“Localized Flooding A Possibility Late Next Week”

February 11, 2011
“Localized Flooding A Possibility Late Next Week”

02/14/11 Marshall County Emergency Management Director, Clyde Avery said, “With the temperatures warming up beginning on Sunday and into next week, we have the potential for significant snow melting which could lead to some flooding issues.” With temperatures forecasted to be above freezing and even into the upper 40’s later next week, we unfortunately...
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Accidential Shooting Claims Life of Plymouth Teen

February 11, 2011
Accidential Shooting Claims Life of Plymouth Teen

02/14/11 Thursday evening at 6:51 the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report of an accidental shooting at 14384 Nataka Trail.  The victim of the shooting, 18 year old Tyler Mattix was transported to the Plymouth Airport by the Plymouth Paramedics and then air-lifted to Memorial Hospital in South Bend.  Tyler Mattix died Friday...
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Academies’ junior Taylor Tadlock receives I.U. scholarship for summer study in Germany

February 11, 2011
Academies’ junior Taylor Tadlock receives I.U. scholarship for summer study in Germany

02/14/11 Plymouth resident Taylor Tadlock, a junior at Culver Academies, has been awarded a $4,500 scholarship from the Department of Germanic Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington, to study this summer in Krefeld, Germany.  Tadlock is the daughter of Christy and William H. Hargraves III of Plymouth.  Announcement of Tadlock as the recipient of the...
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Teacher Evaluations Up for Consideration

February 11, 2011
Teacher Evaluations Up for Consideration

02/14/11 Evaluations for teachers throughout the public schools in Indiana could mean the end of raises for teachers deemed ineffective. State Senator Dennis Kruse (R-Auburn, District 14) authored Senate Bill 0001  which includes establishing annual staff performance evaluations that categorize teachers as highly effective, effective, improvement needed, or ineffective. After the bill was introduced,...
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Mayor Presents Proclamation to Jan Houin for Operation Quiet Comfort

February 11, 2011
Mayor Presents Proclamation to Jan Houin for Operation Quiet Comfort

02/14/11 Mayor Mark Senter presented Jan Houin with a special recognition for her work with Operation Quiet Comfort during a Wythougan Toastmaster meeting on Friday February 11th. Jan has dedicated so much of her passion and time to this organization. Operation Quiet Comfort is a non-profit organization that helps our injured veterans overseas. Senter wanted to recognize Jan and...
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