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$1,000 Built Ford Tough – FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Youth by Oliver Ford

May 10, 2011
$1,000 Built Ford Tough –  FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Youth by Oliver Ford

05/11/11 Jeanna Hathaway, a 2011 graduate of John Glenn High School FFA, has been awarded a $1000 scholarship by Oliver Ford and Ford Motor Company.  Hathaway’s parents are John Hathaway and Frances Hathaway of Walkerton.  Hathaway plans to study Agricultural Business Management at Purdue University – West Lafayette. The Built Ford Tough – FFA...
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IMSTEA Super Mileage Challenge

May 10, 2011
IMSTEA Super Mileage Challenge

05/11/11 Each year on a Sunday in April teams of students show up at the Indianapolis Airport at the Vincennes University Aviation Center for technical inspection of a years worth of planning and work. This is the starting of the Super Mileage Challenge. After technical inspection and a meeting put on by contest officials...
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19th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Set for Saturday, May 14

May 10, 2011
19th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Set for Saturday, May 14

05/11/11 The Nation’s largest one-day food drive will stocks shelves for the food pantry at the Neighborhood Center, Bread of Life Food Pantry and the food pantry at the Church of our Lord.  One can … and the community’s commitment can help end hunger in Plymouth.                        Sponsored by the, National Association of Letter Carriers...
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Yellow River Festival Adds Arts & Crafts Show and Sale

May 10, 2011
Yellow River Festival Adds Arts & Crafts Show and Sale

05/11/11  This year’s Yellow River Festival will feature the “River Arts & Crafts” Art Show & Sale, coordinated by the Arts Council of Marshall County.  The theme will be “River Arts & Crafts of 1850.” People will have the opportunity to buy unique art and crafts from local artisans at the festival. Some booths are...
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Triton School Board Meeting

May 10, 2011
Triton School Board Meeting

05/11/11 A member of the Triton Teacher’s Association appeared before the Triton School Board on May 9 asking that a contract for teachers be ratified before July 1, 2011. Anita Orcutt, negotiating chair person for the union, said she was making the verbal request in lieu of a written request.  Orcutt said new laws...
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Spring Plant Sale at Argos Library

May 10, 2011
Spring Plant Sale at Argos Library

05/11/11  The Friends of the Argos Public Library is having a Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, May 14th from 9:00 AM until noon.  A variety of plants will be for sale as well as baked goods.  Call the Argos Library at 892-5818 to donate non-invasive plants or baked goods or volunteer to help.
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Argos 5th Graders, Biography Research Projects

May 10, 2011
Argos 5th Graders, Biography Research Projects

05/11/11  Argos 5th Graders completed their research-based Biography Project.  The culminating activity was a living museum where each student made an illustrated signboard and presented facts about his subject to other students, parents, teachers and guests.  Some of their subjects included Walter Peyton, Susan G. Komen, George Washington, Babe Didrikson, Helen Keller, St. Michael,...
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LJH Boys & Girls 2nd in Red Storm Relays

May 10, 2011
LJH Boys & Girls 2nd in Red Storm Relays

05/11/11  On Saturday, the Lincoln Junior High track teams hosted the 6th annual Red Storm Relays.  Teams competing were Bremen, Urey, Whitko, Warsaw Edgewood, Valparaiso Ben Franklin, and Huntington Crestwood.  Winning the girls’ portion of the meet with 93 points was Ben Franklin, Lincoln Junior High was second with 71 points, followed by Edgewood...
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City Opens Quotes for Security Renovation Project at Fire House

May 9, 2011
City Opens Quotes for Security Renovation Project at Fire House

05/10/11 Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman opened quotes for the security renovation project at the Fire House during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Three quotes were received; Hammer Enterprises from Plymouth quotes $20,685 while Michiana Contracting also of Plymouth $15,520 and U.S. Kustom from Longwood, Florida quoted $16,396.47.  The quotes...
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County Council Begins 2012 Budget Process

May 9, 2011
County Council Begins 2012 Budget Process

05/10/11 Marshall County Council members started the 2012 budget process during their meeting on Monday.  Many department heads came before the council to preview the larger purchases and budget increases they anticipate next year. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said his department has been on a 5 vehicle rotation for several years but last year they...
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