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Quentin’s Christmas Concert Benefits Humane Society

December 9, 2014
Quentin’s Christmas Concert Benefits Humane Society

Quentin Flagg recently held his annual hometown Christmas Concert at Memories Banquet Hall in Plymouth. Flagg performs throughout the United States, on cruise ships, in casinos at fairs and festivals and in other countries. Yet, he never tires of performing in his own home town. Flagg also uses his local concerts as ways to...
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Digital Media Classes with Mrs. Shafer

December 9, 2014
Digital Media Classes with Mrs. Shafer

Each week when Triton Elementary School third graders go to library they not only enjoy hearing stories, reading and picking out books to take with them to enjoy later; they also learn many things having to do with using computers in common sense ways. Mrs. Shafer, the Triton Elementary librarian, has educated herself about...
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Lukenbill and Rakich Selected to Fill Republican Vacancies

December 9, 2014
Lukenbill and Rakich Selected to Fill Republican Vacancies

Marshall County Republic precinct committee men and women gathered at Republican Headquarters Monday evening to conduct a caucus to elect a new county treasurer to fill the vacancy that will be left when Deb VanDeMark moves to Clerk of the Courts on January 1st. VanDeMark still has two years remaining of her current term...
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Chip Dean Honors Those Who Saved His Life

December 8, 2014
Chip Dean Honors Those Who Saved His Life

A special presentation was conducted during last night’s Board of Public Works and Safety. Mayor Senter said, “When I hear good things about what city employees do, it makes my heart swell. This is a special night because we have someone here who’s live was saved by the police department and fire department.” He...
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County Council Approved CVB Budget for 2015

December 8, 2014
County Council Approved CVB Budget for 2015

Monday morning the Marshall County Council approved the 2015 budget for the Marshall County and Convention Bureau. Cori Humes, Executive Director said the bottom-line was basically the same. The county council approved the budget at $340,450. Taking a look at the various line items show the director’s salary at $42,000 and the assistant director’s...
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Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting

December 8, 2014
Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting

There were a number of items on the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday night. Fuel bids were open for 15,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 24,000 gallons of gasoline. Three companies presented bids including Lemler Oil from Bourbon, North Central Coop and Bellman Oil. The bids were taken under advisement....
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MUSIC AND FUN AT THE CENTER AT DONALDSON

December 8, 2014
MUSIC AND FUN AT THE CENTER AT DONALDSON

The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ and The Center at Donaldson are hosting Christmas at the Center with Lessons and Carols on Sunday, December 14. Everyone is invited to this free event. Prior to the performance, children’s activities led by Susie the Elf, will include face painting and decorating ornaments from 5:30 – 6:30...
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Celebrate the New Year with a First Day Hike on Jan. 1

December 8, 2014
Celebrate the New Year with a First Day Hike on Jan. 1

Usher in the New Year with other outdoor lovers at one of the many First Day Hikes, and one First Day Horse Ride, offered Jan. 1 at Indiana’s state parks. First Day Hikes are a healthy way to start 2015 and a chance to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature and connect with friends. DNR’s...
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Suzuki Music Students Perform at Miller’s Senior Living

December 8, 2014
Suzuki Music Students Perform at Miller’s Senior Living

Students from the Suzuki Music School of Granger in Plymouth held a recital at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Sunday, December 7th. The students are under the direction of Abby Vogt. Suzuki Music School of Granger in Plymouth functions as part of the Granger school but does have its own group and theory classes....
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THE SOUTH BEND NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IS OFF THE AIR

December 8, 2014
THE SOUTH BEND NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IS OFF THE AIR

Marshall County Emergency Management Director, Clyde Avery reported Monday afternoon that the South Bend NOOA Weather Radio transmitter WXJ-57 at frequency 162.400 MHZ is experiencing technical difficulties and is out of service. Avery said, “A loud hum or ringing sound can be heard over the air.” Technicians are continuing to investigate the problem, but...
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