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Mayor Senter is excited to announce that Mayor’s Month of Music at River Park Square will be happening this year! After having to cancel last year, we look forward to an amazing summer of FUN on Friday nights in August and the 1st Friday in September.In 2015, Mayor’s Month of Music was launc…

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INDIANAPOLIS — In collaboration with Aroha Philanthropies, the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) has awarded the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) $23,000 in grant funding to advance creative aging in the state. Part of NASAA's Leveraging State Investments in Creative Aging initia…

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Some sweet news was recently announced, the Maple Syrup Festival will be taking place this year from April 23 to April 25. The festival will be open Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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PLYMOUTH – During this week’s Plymouth Parks and Recreation Board meeting, Superintendent Mike Hite informed the board about an offer to donate kayaks and/or canoes from the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District (MCSWCD).

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Read Across America was launched in 1998 by the National Education Association (NEA) and is the nation’s largest celebration of reading. The year-round program focuses on motivating children.

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(Indianapolis, Indiana) The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced yesterday the awarding of 8 grants totaling $160,000 to Indiana nonprofit arts organizations and cultural programming providers during the first round of grants for fiscal year 2021. Additionally, the NEA announced t…

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With the recent temperature drops across the state, Indiana Conservation Officers are advising Hoosiers across the state of the potential hazards of being on frozen lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.

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INDIANA — Many hosts have expressed concerns about hosting Solo & Ensemble this coming January and February. Covid-19 continues to be a public health risk and extra precautions must be approved by public health officials if any large indoor event is being held. 

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MARSHALL COUNTY — An annual favorite, the Marshall County Senior Expo has been cancelled for 2020. Janis Jeffirs Holiday, Executive Director of the Marshall County Council on Aging, the agency that coordinates the Senior Expo, said there have been many conversations on whether or not it woul…

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AREA — The sweet treat most like to eat has its own day in the sun. Every third Sunday in July has been decreed as the day to celebrate National Ice Cream Day. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan issued the proclamation that not only proclaimed the third Sunday of the month of July as National …

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The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is back for an exciting extravaganza of creative talent for their July installment. Smooth-voiced host, George Schricker, interviews guests, Emma Hamel, The Mount Olympus Players, and Ryan Mear for three unique creative takes on life, sorrow, and love. This epis…

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ARGOS – After months of planning and much behind the scenes work, a project of the Stellar Communities Designation will break ground in Argos next month.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 523 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 43,655 the total number of Indian…

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BREMEN — The Patriotic Porches of Bremen decorating contest is beginning! The contest is sponsored by Bremen Community Cares Main Street. Anyone within the Bremen town limits is able to participate by decorating their porches with patriotic colors, lights and decor between July 1 and 4. Thos…

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MARSHALL COUNTY — It’s that time of year again. Not only for the holidays, but for the annual member exhibit at the Heartland Artists Gallery for the month of December. The theme for this year’s exhibit is “Time” and the member show is “It’s all about TIME.” Gallery member and Culver residen…

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STARKE COUNTY — The Starke County Young Professionals (SCYP) are hosting a Holiday Cook Off on Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Community Services of Starke County Building in Knox.

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Rockies assistant Coach Mike Kershner, his son William Kershner, assistant Coach Gene Skirvin, #78 Warren Sullivan, #64 Sam Driver, and #67 Reggie Vazquez #67 helped move a different Rockpile Saturday morning.

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NAPPANEE — After 50 years as a tourist attraction and hub for local events, Amish Acres will close its doors at the end of the fireworks finale of its New Year's Eve Celebration.