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Distinguished Alumni Committee Narrow Finalists to 7

06/09/11  Each year at the Plymouth Alumni Banquet a new member is added to the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. Plymouth High School Principal Larry Pinkerton first conceived of the honor in 1981, and that year the first recipient was ... Read more...

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GOOD GRADES EQUALS A NEW BIKE

06/09/11  Jeremy Adams of Washington Elementary School in Plymouth has learned that it pays to work hard in school and get good grades.  Jeremy won a new bicycle, compliments of Young’s TV and Appliance, as part of the Kiwanis BUGS ... Read more...

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Open House Thursday for Wind Energy Facility in Marshall County

06/09/11 Citizens of Marshall County and especially Union and Green Townships are invited to attend an Open House presented by NextEra Energy Resources on Thursday, June 9th at the Argos High School Gym from 4:30 to 7:30.  NextEra is ... Read more...

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2011 Blueberry Festival Souvenir Baskets Available

06/09/11 Larry O’Neal, Souvenir Chairman for the Marshall Blueberry Festival announced the 2011 collector souvenir basket.   This year is the Bread Basket.  It measures 14.75″ x 7.25″ x 3.75″ and comes complete with ... Read more...

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Plymouth & Argos Participate in Summer Food Program

06/09/11  The Argos Community School Corporation and Plymouth Community School Corporation are participating in the Summer Food Service Program.  This program is a federal program that provides FREE meals and snacks to children when ... Read more...

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Local Resident Qualifies for Dean’s List at Belmont University

06/09/11  Mackenzie Williams of Argos qualified for the spring 2011 Dean’s List at Belmont University.  Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C.  ... Read more...

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Two Arrested for Meth

06/08/11 Plymouth Police arrest two on Meth charges. In the early hours of Tuesday, June 7th at approximately 12:45 a.m. Officer Jordan Rans of the Plymouth Police Department made a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Novelty ... Read more...

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Oliver Ford Receives 11th President’s Award from Ford Motor Co.

06/08/11 Each year, Ford Motor Company recognizes dealers who have raised their business to the highest levels of excellence among their peers, in their communities and, most importantly, for their customers. As quoted from the Ford ... Read more...

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Aerial Treatments for Gypsy Moths this Month

06/08/11 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter was recently received notification from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources that they are working cooperatively with the USDA Forest Service conducting aerial treatments to disrupt mating of the ... Read more...

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2011 May Activity Report by Sheriff’s Department

06/08/11 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the May 2011 Monthly Activity Report this week. A total 165 people were arrested and brought to the Marshall County Jail last month.  The breakdown by department shows Argos PD with ... Read more...

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Emergency Alert Radios a Necessity in Homes

06/08/11  Most people pay attention when their radio music is suddenly cut off for a severe weather report. The sound of sirens in the distance or a emergency notification on the news is usually a cause for concern. But according to Clyde ... Read more...

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Pioneer Dr. Construction on Schedule; Under Budget

06/08/11   The construction project to widen Pioneer Drive and cut back on Oak Road traffic which began in May 2010 is well on its way to completion, reported Ron Wireman from DLZ Engineering in the Marshall County Commissioners meeting ... Read more...

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Steady Attendance at 5th Annual Yellow River Festival

06/08/11  The sun shone brightly on the banks of the Yellow River this past Saturday, where the 5th Annual Marshall County Yellow River Festival treated visitors to a day of fun in the newly-named River Park Square. Despite weather ... Read more...

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ANCILLA COLLEGE GOLF CLASSIC SLATED

06/08/11  Spring is here and the divots will be flying! It’s time once again for the Annual Ancilla College Golf Classic. The tournament is set to take place at the Plymouth Country Club, overlooking Pretty Lake in Plymouth, on Monday, ... Read more...

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Park Board Approves Name “River Park Square”

06/07/11 During a short meeting of the Plymouth Park Board on Monday night, the official resolution naming the city’s newest park “River Park Square” was signed unanimously by board members. Mayor Mark Senter had made an announcement ... Read more...

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Operation Pull-Over Nabs 1

6/07/11 Plymouth police arrest’s one in Operation Pull Over. On Friday June 3rd at around 4:04 p.m. Corporal Bridget Hite of the Plymouth Police Department was working operation pull over when she observed a male in front of her who ... Read more...

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Plymouth BZA to Meet

06/07/11 The regular monthly meeting of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals is tonight, June 7th at 7:30 p.m.  in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  The only agenda item is the request of John and Carey Weir for a special exception to ... Read more...

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Kentucky Man Arrested on Drug Charges

6/07/11 Marshall County officer arrested another on Drug charges. On Sunday June 5th at approximately 8:00 p.m. Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Police Department stopped at white KIA on U.S. 31 at 14th Road for excessive ... Read more...

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Terry Gets First Feature Win of Season at Plymouth Speedway

06/07/11 This past weekend the Plymouth Speedway played host to the Lincoln Welders Out of School Night at the Races. It hosted the mini stocks, street stocks, Teacher Credit Union late models, and Dragon Racing Fuels outlaw late models ... Read more...

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Reading Council Donates Baby Book-bags

06/07/11  The Marshall County Reading Council donated 200 baby book-bags to Marshall County’s Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth last month.  Each book-bag contained two baby board books and a pamphlet about the ... Read more...