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finder Community Supports to hold Client Council Garage Sale and Bake Sale on September 16th and 17th

Pathfinder Community Supports is having a Client Council Garage Sale and Bake Sale at 9786 Deer Trail in Plymouth on Thursday, September 16th and Friday September 17th from 9:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M.   Items include gently used clothing, ... Read more...

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Governor Daniels declares September to be “College Savings Month”

State Treasurer Richard Mourdock announced that September has been declared “College Savings Month” by Governor Mitch Daniels as part of an effort to encourage Hoosier families to begin saving for their children’s future, educational ... Read more...

Record Breaking Crowds at Festival

The 2010 Marshall County Blueberry Festival was a huge success.  Connie Hotzwart, Festival Coordinator said there was a record attendance on Sunday at the Festival and also for the hot air balloon glow and fireworks.  She said, “I ... Read more...

STATE URGES HOOSIERS TO LEARN THE WARNING SIGNS OF SUICIDE

Suicide was the 11th leading cause of death in Indiana from 2003-2007, and the 2nd leading cause of death for those Hoosiers between 15 and 34 years of age.  According to the 2009 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 3.6 percent of Indiana ... Read more...

Plymouth Schools Classrooms Equipped With Emergency Bags

The safety of students and staff of the Plymouth Schools continues to be of paramount importance to the administrators and school board. At the regularly scheduled school board meeting on September 2, Safety Committee Chair Michele Riise ... Read more...

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National Ballroom Week at LifePlex Dance Academy

National Ballroom week is September 18th to the 25th and the LifePlex Dance Academy will celebrate in a big way.  They have set many dance activities as a way to promote the many benefits of ballroom dancing.  Some of the benefits ... Read more...

Second Friday Events in Downtown are FREE

This Friday evening is another one of the Chamber of Commerce’s Second Friday events.  This Friday Country Auto Center is sponsoring the event that is located on Garro Street between the Museum and Centier Bank in the middle of ... Read more...

County Officers Investigate Accidents

Traffic stop results in a drug arrest and operating while intoxicated. On Friday, September 3rd at 10:20 PM County Patrolman Les McFarland conducted a traffic stop on State Road 331 at State Road 10 for a traffic violation. During the ... Read more...

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Get the Picture! at Potato Creek September 11

09/09/10 Lots of great pictures are taken at Potato Creek State Park of family fun, scenes and wildlife.  On Saturday, September 11 there will be a whole day full of programs to help you improve and showcase your photos while having fun ... Read more...

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Miller’s to Observe National Assisted Living Week

09/09/10 In observance of National Assisted Living Week, September 11 – 17, Miller’s Senior Living Community will host a series of events developed as a special opportunity to bring together the residents, families, employees, ... Read more...

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Sheriff Warns of Fines for Disregarding Road Closed Signs

09/09/10  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the traveling public of the following road closures: Lincoln Highway east and west of Pine Road/Pioneer Drive. Pine Road/Pioneer Drive from Lincoln Highway north to the ... Read more...

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Local Student-Athletes Prepare To Take Up Torch As Anti-Tobacco Role Models

As another high school sports season begins in Marshall County, a new class of student-athletes is initiated into an elite group honored by the Indiana High School Athletic Association as IHSAA Role Models. Picking up where those before ... Read more...

Sheriff’s August Activity Report

On Tuesday, Marshall County Sheriff Jon VanVactor release this departmental Activity Report for August 2010.  County officers were busy last month handling 44 accident reports.  30 of the reports were for property damage while 13 ... Read more...

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Choquette Joins Team at Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness

  09/08/10 Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at LifePlex in welcoming Patricia Choquette as their newest addition. Patty joins the staff to specifically enhance corporate membership opportunities. She will maintain current accounts ... Read more...

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Wine & Cheese Tasting at Earthworks

The public is invited to the annual Wine and Cheese Tasting at Earthworks on Sunday, September 12, from 3 to 6pm.  Guests will be able to taste more than 20 international and local wines, 20 microbrew beers, and many cheeses presented by ... Read more...

Church Orchestra to Perform Final Outdoor Concert

The Marshall County Church Orchestra will present its fourth and last Outdoor Community Concert of their summer season on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  They welcome their guest performers from the ... Read more...

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Blueberry Festival Opens in Grand Style

09/04/10 The official opening of the Marshall County Blueberry was Friday evening at 5 p.m.  Mike Burroughs, President of the Board of Directors welcomed the crowd gathered at the Jefferson School Stage.  He introduced the other board ... Read more...

Traffic Shift Planned at U.S. 31 Railroad Crossing Near Argos

09/07/10 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces traffic on U.S. 31 will be restricted to one lane in each direction at the railroad tracks north of Argos beginning Tuesday, September 7. The railroad will repair the ... Read more...

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Renz Get Hole-In-One at Tournament

09/04/10 Greg Renz of Plymouth scored a hole in one on hole number 3 at the Plymouth Country Club August 28 in the “Payne Stewart Memorial Par 3 Tournament”.   The tournament supplies a scholarship annually to a graduating Marshall ... Read more...

HUMAN CASES OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED IN INDIANA

09/07/10 State health officials are reminding Hoosiers to stay vigilant in protecting themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases.  Two human cases of West Nile virus have been reported in the state; one each in ... Read more...