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INDOT’s LaPorte District Prepared For Winter Storm

January 31, 2011
INDOT’s LaPorte District Prepared For Winter Storm

02/01/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has its full fleet of yellow snow plows ready to hit the roads when the forecasted winter storm hits Indiana this week. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for most of the area effective Monday night through Wednesday night. There is also a...
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OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUES STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA WITH SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

January 31, 2011
OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUES STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA WITH SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

02/01/11Monday, Jennifer Houin announced that Oliver Ford Lincoln Mercury would join Ford Motor Company in its ongoing commitment to the National FFA (formerly known as the Future Farmers of America). Ford has committed to a fourteenth year of the Built Ford Tough – FFA collegiate scholarship program, which will award $1,000 scholarships to hundreds...
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Ewald Cemetery, Little Egypt Vandalized

January 31, 2011
Ewald Cemetery, Little Egypt Vandalized

02/01/11 County Police are investigating damage to a cemetery at Hawthorn and 5th Road in Bremen. Sometime during the overnight hours of Friday, January 28th and Saturday, January 29th an unknown person or persons entered Ewald Cemetery, also known as Little Egypt by disassembling a section of fence on the north side of the...
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DONNELLY TO HOST INFORMATION SESSION ON COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID

January 31, 2011
DONNELLY TO HOST INFORMATION SESSION ON COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID

02/01/11 Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he will host an information session on the evening of February 1st regarding federal financial aid for college.   Students of all ages interested in applying for federal aid for higher education are encouraged to attend to receive information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), requirements...
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American Red Cross Says Mounting Effect of Severe Winter Weather Causes Lowest January Blood Supply in a Decade

January 31, 2011
American Red Cross Says Mounting Effect of Severe Winter Weather Causes Lowest January Blood Supply in a Decade

02/01/11  The latest winter storm on the East Coast is causing more blood drive cancellations and the American Red Cross is urging people in all areas of the country to schedule a blood donation in the coming days. Last week the Red Cross issued a nationwide appeal for blood donors to boost a dwindling blood...
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Jana’s Bronze Team Brings Home 1st from Indy

January 31, 2011
Jana’s Bronze Team Brings Home 1st from Indy

02/01/11  Jana’s Gymnastics competed in Indianapolis Sunday at the Judges Cup Gymnastics Meet.  Jana’s Bronze Team was able to secure the 1st place win with a team score of 108.05. Pictured are Jana’s 1st Place Bronze Team Members: Row 1 – Abby Machnic, Andie Kizer Row 2: Kennedy Lauck, Jadyn Evans, Ashly Deleon, Allison...
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National Weather Service Issues Winter Storm Watch

January 31, 2011
National Weather Service Issues Winter Storm Watch

02/01/11 National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Marshall County effective from 7pm tonight through Wednesday. Approximately 2-5 inches of snow are possible tonight with an additional 12-18 inches possible Tuesday through Wednesday. Winds will be picking up Tuesday and Wednesday from 15-30 mph reducing visibility to near zero and causing...
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Argos Emergency Department Present Annual Reports

January 30, 2011
Argos Emergency Department Present Annual Reports

01/31/11  The Argos Town Council were told of the 2010 totals for the Emergency Services.  Fire Chief, Mark Dean, reported the Fire Department went on 26 accident & rescue calls, 11 grass fires, and 9 structure fires.  There were 19 false alarm calls.  Thirty two calls were to Green Township, 16 calls to Walnut...
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Encore Performing Arts presents ‘Dinner and Music’

January 30, 2011
Encore Performing Arts presents ‘Dinner and Music’

01/31/11 Here’s a chance to treat your Valentine to a special evening. After the phenomenal success of Encore Performing Arts’ “Music and Dinner” last year, the programming committee has decided to do an ‘encore’ event. On Monday, February 14, they will host an exceptional opportunity to hear two distinguished musicians. Pianist Christine Larson Seitz...
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DNR Recommends Crop-dusting to Slow the Spread of Gypsy Moths

January 30, 2011
DNR Recommends Crop-dusting to Slow the Spread of Gypsy Moths

01/31/11 Dozens and Dozens of citizens attended the informational meeting on “Slowing the Spread” of the Gypsy Moth at the Plymouth Public Library last week. Representatives from the Department of Natural Resources were on hand to explain how they plan to slow the spread of the Gypsy Moths in Marshall County. The nursery inspector...
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