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Argos Teachers Participate in Bullying Prevention Program

06/22/11 “Approximately 160,000 school children stay home each day out of fear, often without telling their parents why,”  according to Dan Olweus, Founder of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. On Thursday, June 2nd school was ... Read more...

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DROWNINGS: TOO MANY HOOSIER CHILDREN PERISH NEEDLESSLY

06/22/11 Seven innocent Hoosier children drowned between May 30 and June 13, a pace of about one death every other day. Over the last three years, 42 children have died in a family or municipal swimming pool or a reservoir, river, creek or ... Read more...

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7 Injured in Sunday Crash

06/21/11 Sunday afternoon at approximately 12:40 the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department obtained a 9-1-1 call in reference to a multi vehicle accident in the area of State Road 331 and 19th Road. Officers from the Bourbon Police, ... Read more...

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2 Patrol Vehicle Totaled In Pursuit

06/21/11 Monday morning at 12:25 Officer Wally Derifield of the Plymouth Police Department attempted to stop a pick-up truck on State Road 17 at Hillcrest for a traffic violation.  The driver of the vehicle, later identified as 32 year ... Read more...

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County Police Reports

06/21/11 On Monday, June 13th at around 11:00 p.m. an unknown person drove by the residence of 8437 Quince Road and shot paint balls at the home.  The paint balls hit the siding and the storm door; however no permanent damage was done.  ... Read more...

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City Police Reports

6/21/2011   On Wednesday, June 15th at approximately 10:20pm Corporal Tim Taberski of the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to the 800 block of Jefferson Street in reference to a vehicle parked in the roadway.  Upon locating the ... Read more...

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Commissioners Approve Amendment to Telecommunication and WECS Ordinance

06/21/11 The rules were suspended and the Marshall County Commissioners passed two amendments to the County’s Zoning Ordinance on all three readings during their meeting Monday morning. Public hearings were held for the amendment to the ... Read more...

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PHS Band Ends Year with State Recognition

06/21/11  After another successful year of accomplishments, the Pride of Plymouth Bands and school administrators were recently notified that the band department was again being recognized by the Indiana State School Music Association as ... Read more...

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May 2011 Indiana Employment Report

06/21/11  Indiana’s preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate remained at 8.2 percent in May. The U.S. rate rose to 9.1 percent this month. Indiana continues to be below the national average and that of all neighboring states ... Read more...

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Miller’s Celebrates Father’s Day in Style

06/21/11 Marshall county men (and women) were invited to celebrate Father’s Day at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Saturday, Jun 18.  Miller’s hosted and “indoor” cookout complete with brats, hamburgers, hotdogs and the ... Read more...

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American Red Cross to Host Fallen Officer Blood Drive

06/21/11 Throughout the month of June, the American Red Cross is participating in the statewide Fallen Officer Blood Drive Campaign.  This is the fifth year the Red Cross hosts blood drives across Indiana to honor fallen officers and ... Read more...

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Great Turn-out for Alumni Dinner

06/20/11 Meeting those you’ve looked up to as you’ve gone through your life can be a daunting thing in the best of times. It can be even more so if he’s your commanding officer. The latest member of Plymouth Schools ... Read more...

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Harman to Run for State Representative

06/20/11 Bremen resident Tim Harman believes his proven economic leadership, conservative beliefs and his sincere desire to promote and defend the American Dream will make him an effective Indiana State representative for 2012. As an ... Read more...

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Drainage Board and Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

06/20/11 The Marshall County Drainage Board and County Commissioners will meet Monday morning beginning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The Drainage Board will consider an urban drain petition from Del ... Read more...

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Jones Files as Candidate for Argos Clerk-Treasurer

06/20/11 Patty Jones has filed as a candidate for Argos Clerk-Treasurer. She currently holds the position after being appointed in July of 2008 to complete a term of the previous Clerk-Treasurer. She previously served in the Marshall ... Read more...

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Plymouth Schools Announce “One Stop Registration” in August

06/20/11 Although the last school year just ended, the Plymouth Schools are already gearing up for the 2011-2012 school year. All registration for all schools within the system will once again be held at Plymouth High School (PHS) on ... Read more...

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Miller’s Volunteer Shares Collection

06/20/11 Makayla Wilson, eight year old great-granddaughter of Edythe Wilson recently shared a unique program with residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Makayla collects rubber ducks. She began collecting them at the age of ... Read more...

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Argos Students Reach Goal in Reading

06/20/11 Argos Schools Librarian Mary Jackson recently released the names of children who joined attained the grade level goals for the Book Clubs. Argos Elementary students completed the 100 Book Club challenge and were presented with ... Read more...

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HOOSIERS REMINDED TO BUY FIREWORKS FROM CERTIFIED VENDORS ONLY

06/20/11  The Indiana State Fire Marshal is reminding everyone who purchases fireworks in Indiana to make sure they only patronize those retailers that have a certificate of compliance from the state indicating that they are authorized to ... Read more...

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Latino Festival Saturday

06/17/11  Just to remind you that tomorrow, Saturday June 18th is the 10th Annual Latino Festival. This is Heart and Hands’ main funding raising event of the year. Join the fun between noon and 11:00 PM at the Young’s Amphitheater, at ... Read more...