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County Dive Team Urges Water Safety

June 2, 2011
County Dive Team Urges Water Safety

06/03/11  With warm weather upon us, the Marshall County Dive Team would like to remind everyone to practice water safety this summer and to be aware of the dangers of water.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, with an average of 10 unintentional drowning deaths per day nationally, drowning is the...
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Lincoln Welders Presents the Friday, June 3rd program Racing returns this Sunday, June 5th

June 2, 2011
Lincoln Welders Presents the Friday, June 3rd program Racing returns this Sunday, June 5th

06/03/11  This Friday, June 3rd at the Action Track of the Midwest, Plymouth Speedway along with Lincoln Welders presents “Schools Out for the Summer” featuring the Outlaw Late Models, Late Models and Street Stocks.  Those 17 and under presenting a student I.D. or the latest report card will be admitted FREE.  Also added to...
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5th Annual Yellow River Festival this Weekend

June 2, 2011
5th Annual Yellow River Festival this Weekend

06/03/11  This weekend brings the 5th Annual Yellow River Festival, June 4 from 9am to 8pm. Music from festival performers can be heard free on Friday, June 3, at various locations: Marcy Prochaska playing hammered dulcimer  at the Argos Public Library (2pm), Beth Pare and her harp at Culver Coffee Company (6pm), folk music...
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Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

June 2, 2011
Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

06/03/11  The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for April 2011.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties.  Traffic tickets issued                         1,314 Warnings issued                                  2,306 D.U.I. arrests                                              29 Criminal arrests                                      107 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs)   29
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Craft Activities Keep Residents at Miller’s Busy

June 2, 2011
Craft Activities Keep Residents at Miller’s Busy

06/03/11  Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community have been busy with creating fun projects the past few days.  They were given some fresh rhubarb by a volunteer and they found a recipe for easy rhubarb freezer jam.  Several of the ladies gathered in the Recreation Center Kitchen with Activity Director, Cindy Flagg and made...
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LaPaz Burger King Burglary

June 1, 2011
LaPaz Burger King Burglary

06/02/11 Marshall County Police are investigating a break in at the Burger King in LaPaz.  On Sunday May 29th around 11:30 P.M. the Burger King Restaurant in LaPaz closed for the night.  On Monday May 30th around 4:30 A.M. when the morning manger came in to open the restaurant she noticed that sometime during...
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House of Prayer in Plymouth Collecting Donations for Joplin

June 1, 2011
House of Prayer in Plymouth Collecting Donations for Joplin

06/02/11  Members of the House of Prayer at  12450 Plymouth Goshen Trail in Plymouth have been accepting donations since Monday, May 23 for victims of the Joplin Missouri tornado.  A semi has been donated to assist the church in moving all of the donated items.  They also have a refrigeration unit that will be...
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CUTPL HOSTS “DR. KEATING SPEAKS ON ACUPUNCTURE AND ASIAN MEDICINE”

June 1, 2011
CUTPL HOSTS “DR. KEATING SPEAKS ON ACUPUNCTURE AND ASIAN MEDICINE”

06/02/11 Culver Union Township Public Library, located at 107 North Main Street, Culver, IN, in conjunction with the Adult Summer Reading Program  “Novel Destinations” hosts Dr. James B. Keating as he speaks about acupuncture and Asian medicine. James B. Keating, D.C., M.S.Ac. is a native of Kalamazoo, Michigan and lived for several years in...
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City Officers Arrest 3 on Tuesday

June 1, 2011
City Officers Arrest 3 on Tuesday

6/02/11 Plymouth Officers arrests three on Tuesday.   At 5:41 A.M. Officer Wally Deerfield from the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive in reference to a theft case on a female, later identified as Katie Babbs 21, of Grovertown.  Once the investigation was conducted,   Babbs was arrested and transported to...
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Argos H.S. 2nd Annual Field Day

June 1, 2011
Argos H.S. 2nd Annual Field Day

06/02/11 As the first students entered the building last Friday morning, it was clear this was not an ordinary day at Argos High School.  From seniors who accented their apparel with neon green duct tape to freshman that painted their faces with black and red war paint – the lines of competition were clear...
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