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Special School Board Meeting Called

November 12, 2013
Special School Board Meeting Called

  11/13/13 The Plymouth School Board will consider a design build process to upgrade the video monitoring system in all of the buildings in the Plymouth School during a special School Board meeting on Thursday. The proposed upgrades would mean installing Closed Circuit TV cameras that would allow building principals to monitor their own...
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Turkey Trot 5K November 29th

November 12, 2013
Turkey Trot 5K November 29th

  11/13/13 Meagan Rioux, a senior this year at The Culver Academies is hosting a Turkey Trot fundraising run this Thanksgiving. Rioux has started a non-profit organization called Confiance Dance that allows kids the opportunity to take dance classes regardless of their financial situation. Rioux is currently working on expanding this program to South Bend,...
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Don Fox named new director of Culver Summer Schools & Camps

November 12, 2013
Don Fox named new director of Culver Summer Schools & Camps

  11/13/13 Don Fox, a 1975 CMA graduate, Culver parent, and former summer staff member, has been named as the new director of Culver Summer Schools and Camps.  Following a distinguished career in government, he took the helm November 11th from retiring director Tony Mayfield ’65. After graduating from Culver, Don attended the University...
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Veterans Day Program at Triton Elementary

November 12, 2013
Veterans Day Program at Triton Elementary

  11/13/13 Triton Elementary School celebrated Veterans Day with a special program honoring local veterans. Triton High School graduate, Specialist Christian Schaetzle spoke to the student body as did Chief Master Sergeant Sarah Blanchard. The sixth grade students sang patriotic songs and saluted all branches of the armed forces.  At the conclusion of the...
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Triton Students Pack 92,000 Meals for “Feed My Starving Children”

November 12, 2013
Triton Students Pack 92,000 Meals for “Feed My Starving Children”

  11/13/13 All fifth and sixth graders from Triton Elementary School and about twenty-five Triton High School student leaders participated in the annual “Feed My Starving Children” program at Nappanee. Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit Christian organization committed to feeding God’s children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children...
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Public Encouraged to Donate Blood around Thanksgiving

November 12, 2013
Public Encouraged to Donate Blood around Thanksgiving

11/13/13 Some say Thanksgiving should be more than just a single day. When you donate blood through the American Red Cross, you can give thanks for a lifetime. “As you reflect on what you are grateful for this holiday season, set aside time to come donate blood,” said Tracy Fox, spokesperson for the Indiana-Ohio...
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Senior Expo Grand Prize Winner Announced

November 12, 2013
Senior Expo Grand Prize Winner Announced

  11/13/13 The grand prize winner for the 2013 Senior Expo was Delia Roe of Plymouth.  There were approximately 1,500 people in attendance at this year’s Senior Expo, held on Tuesday, November 5th.  To qualify for the drawing, attendees were asked to visit and obtain signatures from at least 30 of the 60 vendors present. ...
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Accepting Applications for Regional Dispatcher at the Toll Road Regional Dispatch Center

November 12, 2013
Accepting Applications for Regional Dispatcher at the Toll Road Regional Dispatch Center

11/13/13 The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for a Regional Dispatcher position at the Toll Road Post to staff the Regional Dispatch Center that operates there. Successful applicants must be able to receive, record, disseminate and accurately dispatch information to police personnel, other law enforcement agencies and other support services. A high school...
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County Veterans Day Ceremony

November 11, 2013
County Veterans Day Ceremony

  11/12/13 November 11, or what is now known to be Veterans Day, was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday to honor Armistice Day – the end of World War I, which officially took place on November 11, 1918.  The legislation was passed in 1938 and “dedicated to the cause of world peace...
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Marshall County Jail October Report

November 11, 2013
Marshall County Jail October Report

11/12/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the October jail report.  The top ten reasons why people were lodged in the County Jail last month were: 10.) Driving While Suspended 9.) Battery 8.) Probation Violations 7.) Marijuana and number 6.) Possession of Controlled Substance.  Looking at the top five includes 5.) Theft 4.) Operator...
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