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July 20th, 2012

P-Town Car-B-Q is Saturday

July 20, 2012

PLYMOUTH — It’s that time of year again for the P-Town Car-B-Q sponsored by Oliver Ford. The event is this Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. behind Oliver Ford and features a car, motorcycle, and truck show, grilling and cornhole competitions, a beer garden, and music by Dave Hammon.
Car show registration begins at 8 a.m. Entry fee is $15, and proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County. The show goes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and there will be trophy tiles awarded to the top four places in each category.

Music in the Park features Southside Denny & the Snyders

July 20, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Tonight, Encore’s Music in the Park features Southside Denny & the Snyders, formerly known as Southside Denny, blues artist extraordinaire. A special happening at 6:15 prior to the performance will be a dance demonstration by Mewsette Cartwright’s LifePlex Dance Academy. They’ll be opening with the popular “Mustang Sally” with the promise of a variety of line dances.

'Battle of the Benefits' planned

July 20, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Eagles Ladies Auxiliary plans a benefit annually, usually to help out an individual. But this year, they’ve decided to do something a little bit different. The club will host a “Battle of the Benefits” where attendees can vote, using quarters, for one of three charities. The charity with the most votes at the end of the night will get 50 percent of the event’s proceeds, and the other two will receive lesser amounts.

July 19th

Burn ban lifted

July 19, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Board of Commissioners has determined that with the recent rainfall we have received the last two days, conditions have improved enough to lift the Disaster Declaration that has been in place. The Disaster Declaration prohibiting open burning will no longer be in effect beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday, July 19 today.
However, the Commissioners will be monitoring weather and drought conditions and if it becomes apparent that the dry conditions are increasing the risk of fire danger, the Disaster Declaration will be reinstated.

2012 Summer Olympics - question of the week

July 19, 2012

The Pilot News Group will be out on the street keeping up with the Olympics and asking your thoughts on several sports and happenings. You can answer by commenting on this story or on our Facebook page. We start off with this question, and July 27, will have daily questions for you to answer.

Here's this week's question:
Did you know, these are all 2012 Summer Olympic sports Friday, July 27 to Sunday, August 12? What surprises you on this list, and why?

Beach Volleyball
Canoe Slalom
Canoe Sprint
Cycling - BMX

Rescue tube donated to FD

July 19, 2012

ARGOS — Culver Young Farmers recently donated a Liberty Rescue Tube to the Argos Fire Department, after firefighters and some of the Young Farmers took a class on grain rescue sponsored by Purdue University in February.
The tube comes apart in four pieces, and can be wrapped around a person trapped in grain.
“A lot of us are farmers, and we need (the tube) in our community in case someone gets trapped,” said Culver Young Farmers advisor Mike Jones. “We decided Argos would be a central location for Marshall County.”

Heat affects attendance, sales at fair

July 19, 2012

ARGOS — If it seems like there’s been less traffic at the Marshall County 4-H Fair this year, blame the heat, said fair board president Dick Markley Wednesday.
“The weather is affecting the fair,” said Markley. “I’m not seeing as many people out, and some food vendors I’ve talked to have said they have had lower sales (than in past years).”
Betty Berkeypile, of Plymouth, co-owner of the Taco Garden truck at the fair, said that her sales have not necessarily gone done, but she has noticed that people are shying away from ordering hot food.

July 18th

Water use now limited in Bourbon

July 18, 2012

BOURBON — Cooling off at the splash pad in Bourbon is now only an option during certain times of day, due to a town-wide water shortage warning.
The town is currently under a warning issued by the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Homeland Security because of the drought conditions. The goal of the warning is to avoid or reduce water shortage, relieve stressed sources of water, and to anticipate the need for mandatory water use restrictions.

Farm safety stressed at fair

July 18, 2012

ARGOS – Use duct tape on a wound? Improvise with whatever is in your truck? Yes, according to the Farm Safety Seminar at the Marshall County 4-H Fair Sunday night. Presenter Benni Weldy, a full-time paramedic and firefighter with the Zionsville Fire Department, is also the public education officer. The seminar was sponsored by the Culver Young Farmers and was well attended.

McCay signs with Hanover College

July 18, 2012

ARGOS — Carly McCay, a 2012 Argos High School graduate, has signed to play soccer at Hanover College.
McCay, daughter of Mike and Rhonda McCay, was a four-year letter winner for Argos. A center midfielder and captain, she led the Dragons to the semistate and Northern Indiana Soccer Conference title this past season. She was a first team all-conference selection twice for the Dragons, won the varsity mental attitude award and was named honorable mention for the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Academic All-State team.

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