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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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Y.R.F. Seeks Artists & Crafters for Show and Sale

May 9, 2011

05/10/11 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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Academies hosts living history event on May 14; ‘Drums Along the Maxinkuckee’ depicts 18th-century life

May 9, 2011
Academies hosts living history event on May 14; ‘Drums Along the Maxinkuckee’ depicts 18th-century life

05/10/11 Eighteenth-century history will come to life May 14 along the shore  of Lake Maxinkuckee as Culver Academies host its seventh annual Living History Weekend. “Drums Along the Maxinkuckee” will allow visitors to step back in time as they observe 25 to 30 historical re-enactors setting up their camps and displays on Friday night...
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Joe Diffie to Headline Entertainment at 2011 Blueberry Fesitval

May 9, 2011
Joe Diffie to Headline Entertainment at 2011 Blueberry Fesitval

05/10/11 The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is proud to announce their 2011 headliner. Country music singer Joe Diffie will entertain on the Michigan Street Stage on Saturday, September 3rd at 8 p.m.    Since he first topped the charts in 1990 with Home, Joe has remained on a steady course, staying true to his...
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Theodore Roosevelt to Speak at Annual Dinner for Historical Society

May 9, 2011
Theodore Roosevelt to Speak at Annual Dinner for Historical Society

05/10/11  The public is invited to the 40th Annual Dinner of the Marshall County Historical Society at Christo’s Banquet Center on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. with a buffet meal following at 7:00 p.m. Following dinner there will be a program featuring Theodore Roosevelt as performed by Gib Young....
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS RAISE FUNDS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS KIDS

May 9, 2011
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS RAISE FUNDS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS KIDS

05/10/11 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 was out in force over the weekend passing out Tootsie Rolls for a good cause.  35 members of the Knights were at the intersection of Jefferson and Michigan as well as in front of WalMart and Kroger’s to pass out Tootsie Rolls in exchange for a...
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Control Is Possible, Pathfinder Services Launches ControlAbility

May 9, 2011
Control Is Possible, Pathfinder Services Launches ControlAbility

05/10/11  Pathfinder Services, a Comprehensive Human and Community Development organization out of Huntington Indiana, is launching a new personal hair care product line called Pathfinder ControlAbility. Because destiny of great hair and great people are ControlAble. Pathfinder ControlAbility offers biodegradable premium personal care products.  “We believe that employment for those we serve is paramount.” ...
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