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Argos School Board Approves Changes to Handbooks

May 19, 2011
Argos School Board Approves Changes to Handbooks

05/20/11 The Argos School Board announced several donations for the school system at their meeting last Monday night.  Jim Ringer donated $150 to the Argos Cheerleaders for the cheerleading program.  Channel Seed donated $500 for the Argos FFA program.  Lowe’s Tool Box for Education has granted $9,500 for new playground equipment for the elementary school.   The...
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Latisha Shepherd (Argos High School) signs with Bethel College

May 19, 2011
Latisha Shepherd (Argos High School) signs with Bethel College

05/20/11  Latisha Shepherd, a 5’4” guard from Argos High School, has committed to continue her basketball and academic careers for the 2011-2012 season at Bethel College (NAIA) in Mishawaka, IN. During Latisha’s senior year, she averaged 12.3 points, 3.1 steals, 1.0 assists and 5.8 rebounds a game. Her season high in points was 23...
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Charbonneau Vows to Uphold 4th Amendment Rights and Help Reverse Indiana Supreme Court Ruling, Clarify Indiana Law

May 19, 2011
Charbonneau Vows to Uphold 4th Amendment Rights and Help Reverse Indiana Supreme Court Ruling, Clarify Indiana Law

05/20/11 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) announced Wednesday he will work to uphold constitutional rights provided by the 4th Amendment and help reverse the recent high court ruling on police entry by clarifying state self-defense laws in the 2012 legislative session.   “This ruling is troubling, because it signals that police have the right to enter...
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PLYMOUTH KIWANIANS VIDALIA ONION SALES THIS WEEKEND

May 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH KIWANIANS VIDALIA ONION SALES THIS WEEKEND

05/20/11  The Plymouth Kiwanis Group will be selling bags of sweet Vidalia onions this weekend at three locations in Plymouth. The onions come in 10 pound bags and are selling for just $10 each. These will be available the Farmers Market at the Kiwanis booth this Saturday, May 21st , from 7:30 AM to...
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Miller’s Offers Craft Class to Community

May 19, 2011
Miller’s Offers Craft Class to Community

05/20/11 Kendra Peterson of Argos will be the conduct an Angel Towel craft session at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Monday, May 23 at 10:00 a.m. in the Recreation Center.  This craft is a fun and easy project and open to the community.  Cost of the class is $5.00 if you bring your own...
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Small Animal Exhibit at Farmers’ Market

May 19, 2011
Small Animal Exhibit at Farmers’ Market

05/20/11  Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) activities will feature a small animal exhibit for the youngsters thanks to John Childs.  Master Gardeners will feature a display ‘Making Law Care Easy’. The Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the G & G parking lot at Garro and River, east of Michigan. The...
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Results of LJH NLMSC Track Meet

May 19, 2011
Results of LJH NLMSC Track Meet

05/20/11 Lincoln Junior High hosted their annual Northern Lakes Middle School Conference track meet on Saturday at Plymouth High School , The 8th grade girls won the conference title outdistancing second place Wawasee by 42 points. The final scores were as follows: 1st – Lincoln 117, 2nd -  Wawasee 75, 3rd – Warsaw Lakeview...
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School Board Approves Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball Coaches

May 18, 2011
School Board Approves Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball Coaches

05/19/11  Plymouth Schools Athletic Director Roy Benge introduced the two newest members of PHS athletic team during the Plymouth School Board meeting on Tuesday night. Ryan Bales was named Head Boys Varsity Basketball coach. He replaces former coach Kevin Stuckmeyer who had led the team for the last three years. Among other positions, Bales...
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PERKINS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE JUNE 1

May 18, 2011
PERKINS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE JUNE 1

05/19/11 The Samuel Elliott Perkins IV Memorial Scholarship was created by Mary Perkins in memory of her husband for the purpose of providing scholarships to Marshall County resident students pursuing a degree from Purdue University. There will be a number of non-renewable scholarships awarded to students continuing their enrollment at Purdue University as a...
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County Police Investigate Incidents

May 18, 2011
County Police Investigate Incidents

05/19/11 On Saturday, May 14th at 11:55a.m. Patrolman Jonathan Bryant of the Marshall County Police responded to the 2,000 block of East Shore Drive in Bremen in reference to the report of a theft.   The property owner indicated that sometime on May 14th between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. two purses...
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