Archive - Jun 26, 2012 - Latest News
There are four huge barriers to getting a college educationâ€”but they are not real barriers at all.
There are quite a few reasons for getting a college education and they are the obvious reasons you have already thought about. Your education is your planned effort to learn and build learning skills. A degree can help open doors to better jobs and build skills you need to create your own opportunities in business and life. A college degree is a useful signal to others that you can learn, and stay engaged in learning.
Vince Poczik caught this 14 pound King Salmon out of Michigan City May 20.
Submit your â€śBig Catchâ€ť photos throughout June and July; photo contest winners will be notified Aug. 1. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org; or drop off your photos at 214 N. Michigan St., Plymouth; or mail to P.O. Box 220, Plymouth, IN 46563.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Although FIST (Friends In Service Together) a Marshall County-based riding club, has been meeting since March, they recently completed their first project: helping to collect donations for the annual Heminger House motorcycle ride.
The purpose of the club, said founder Don â€śAceâ€ť Davis, is to to provide support, organized fundraising, and service work to community based organizations or individuals.
This is the clubâ€™s mission statement, and they are currently looking for new members who are interested in helping them fulfill that cause.
MARSHALL CO. â€” This week is National Mosquito Awareness week, and Marshall County Health Department educator Sandy Read recently shared some tips on how to avoid West Nile Virus this season.
â€śThe state (health department) checks mosquito larvae for West Nile Virus, and there have been some found in mosquitoes but not any in humans so far,â€ť noted Read.
She added that the cases of West Nile Virus were found in mosquitoes in the mid and southern parts of Indiana.