Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 15 Aug 2015
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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 15, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
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For Jason Steaiy, the new varsity loolbaM coach at Marshjd Hi^ School, he was no stranger to Marshall footbaH hav^ watched Ihs brothers play for former coach Rich Hulrow in the yevs teacNng up to his hi^ school caim. ^aiy played offensive line on the varsity team afl four yeas at MHS and then went on to ptoy at Indana University. St^ says his goal is to get Marsh^ back on thetMnning track.*! have an idea of wtial I think we cai be,' he said. *6ut ifs going to take toe lads to buy in and work hard and mate a lot of sacrifices to get toere.*
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Not «raking untk December, singers from the annual Chritenas show at toe Old Maple Grove Church «vM perform durtog Fair Week. The con-cert/sing-atong is scherteed to be(^ at 7 p.m. on Aug. 17, «vhich is Veteans Day at the faúr. Saa story on page 17
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The popute Girte' Night Oi4 series in downtown M»shal continues on Aug. 20 from 5-6:30 p.m. vi#i a o^ebralion cÑ summer with special events in maiy of toe nearly 20 partic ipating retail stores in town.
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Oakiawn ER doc is there for patients having ‘worst day of their Hfa'
Or. HoRy WiHiams has been working the overnight sfkft in toe Oakla«vn Hospital Emergency Department for the p^ hvo years. Being an Emergency Department physician means Williams sees all kinrfo of patients with a «vide range of ailments. "Ifs the ER. so you can see anything; there’s no rhyme or reason to it,' said WiBiams, who taR(s about working toe night shift “Anytime an emergency con«es in, you're «vide awake. But. if there's nothing going on, 2 a.m. is rou^.’
See story on page 18
Enroll today in 2015 Magic Camp
Camp Abracadabra at Wilder Creek Conservation Club is Aug. 25- 27. Campers, ages 7-14, will be under the tutelage of well-known professional magician John Dudley and will be grouped by age as well as experience. See story on page 36
The Fountain Clinic offers healthcare for the under-insured
The Fountain Clinic, located in Marshall at 111 W. Jeffer^ St., has been offering healthcare assistance to low income patients who are uninsured or undehnsured for 23 years. Cknic Executive Director Mary Jo Byrne wants people to be aware that anyone «vho is insured by a high-deductibie potey who meets meóme giKtetmes can also have routine medical needs attended to by Fountain Ckmc providers at no charge.
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The 2015 Cathoun County Fair officially begins on Sunday, Aug. 16. For months, youth and adults have been preparing for the annual event. Whether caring for a growing lamb, watering a garden filled with vegetables or creating a needlework protect, each partic^iant has looked forward to the week since last summer. Buyers have a chance to show toev si4)port by attending Thursday's SmaH Animal Auction, Saturday s General Proiect Auction or one of the fair’s main ever^, Friday s Large Anvnal Auction. Braden Banfieid was a winner last year with Ns Grand Champion kKkvkAiai See story on page 2
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