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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 28, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
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tnct nas icxxia a qooq foo msKSiQ a oaianoad budget.* but also noted that‘te soon as'^you ' print It.' rs wrong.* IS^hething always pops up. •*%, 1 - since ifs a living document.* hé said. The bad ^ news is that the school tistrict SIM has a $1.8 mtaon deficit that naerb lo be addressed.
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Marshes downtown wiH see hundreds of vis-itors for the araiuai Retad 0pm House, a more than three decades-^ong tradition, aihich adl ^ take piaoa Dec. 4 tom 610 9 p,m.‘Ws been tiat, ^ each of m spent $100 a year more on kx:id buskies8e6.1nsl0ad of chain stores, it would put an extra $3 mMNon a year inio our " economy andwould help creaie jobs.* said 'jiafitiall Hifia rronoiwic, 'Developiiieni'AEanoe*^ Director Keith KehttedL in a sifMdi ldwn iü ^ Marshall, that potential impact is huge. I cani ^«overestimate the importance retad ssSes have on Iteepmg communfties vftxant, growing and ¿f^ ^ aucoaesliti, and the anrkial Retail Open House isji greet way to showc^ise ad that MarshaH has tcToffer, Shop msM, sl^ local and come cx^y the ambimoe of the *City ol Hos^xlality ’ during
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Just over six months ago. Kari JoSnk wasnl quHe feeing up to par. The sixth grade teacher at Marshai Middto School noticed that ahe was' oougNng a lot as wei as gelling winded just J from going up a lighl of stairs, something out of. the ordinary lor ttie former Marshal High School sports standout.‘^eiig an Mhlete. I thought I was iuat out of shana.* said JoMl who had not oxarciaoa mucn n me previous monm oacauae of a foot hijury. Day» Mar came 4w improbable (Sagnosis: The 32-year-oid, who never smoiied a (toy in her Me, had stage 4 lung cancer. 8aasloiyoiipaoa20
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MarshaN Public Schools is one of 425 school cMhciB in tie Untied ^tias and Ornada and one of 15 in tie stale of Michigan being honored by tie CoHeQB Bomi wtih placement on tie ^ Aiwiu^ AP Oistiid Honor Roi. This is tie second year in a row and titrd time in six years tiat Marsh^ High School recognized.
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Ctianilcal Bank nlvaa to toa Bohm The Friends ol ttie Bohm Theatre recognize the Chemical Bank Foundation tor awaidjng the theatre $15.000 in support of is restoralioo.
The lestonMon of the theatre began ii 2011. and doors opaned to the pubic in Ocfobm 2014. :
he holiday season begins Monday. Nov. 30, when the annual Christmas Parade makes its way"through downtown Marshall. At the helm will be Grand Marshal 'Merle Shaver, representing the Hometown Heroes honored by the festivities. Bringing up the end, as always, will be St. Nick himself, who will spend much of December listening to the wishes of young girls and boys at various local businesses. See elory on pege 2
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