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PublishAmerica Presents From Prodigy to Idol by James T. McAfee

June 21, 2010
PublishAmerica Presents From Prodigy to Idol by James T. McAfee

06/21/10 PublishAmerica is proud to present From Prodigy to Idol: A Fictional Autobiography by James T. McAfee of Plymouth, Indiana. Go deep inside the mind of an idol. JT Magee went from a child prodigy of music to one of the worlds greatest singing idols. In his own words, read how he deals with...
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May 2010 Indiana Employment Report

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 Indiana continued to see modest private sector growth in May with 6,300 additional jobs.  The state’s private sector employment has grown by 2.1 percent since December 2009, with a total gain of 47,900 jobs. That accounts for 10 percent of total U.S. private sector employment growth during the five-month period (Indiana has 2...
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U.S. 31 Open House Scheduled for June 22

June 21, 2010
U.S. 31 Open House Scheduled for June 22

06/21/10 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is hosting an open house at Jackson Intermediate Center Tuesday, June 22 to present updated design and construction plans for the U.S. 31 corridor between Plymouth and South Bend. Community members and stakeholders are encouraged to attend. Team members and engineers will be available to answer questions during the...
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New Airport Manager Announced

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 Mayor Mark Senter, along with the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners announced the resignation of Airport Manager Ron Ritter Friday morning.  Ron has been the full-time airport manager since November of 2001.  Mayor Senter said, “I truly appreciate Ron’s passion for the Plymouth airport.  He has served the aviation community and the City...
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Logansport Duo Signs with Ancilla

June 21, 2010
Logansport Duo Signs with Ancilla

06/21/10 Brothers Eder and Jairo Rodriguez of Logansport, IN, have signed with the Ancilla College men’s soccer team for the 2010 season. Eder, a 2009 graduate, and Jairo, a 2010 graduate, were both standout strikers for the Logansport Berries during their high school careers and are expected to make significant contributions in the attacking...
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Fundraiser for Bourbon Fireworks Scheduled

June 18, 2010
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6-18-10 The friendly spirit of small town is certainly alive in Bourbon. After learning of the need for funding for the traditional fireworks for the town, Kathryn Chapman and others decided to hold a fundraiser. The Bourbon Gospel Jam will be on June 23 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Gazebo uptown. Donations will be...
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Fernbaugh’s Collects Gold and Silver for Care & Share Fundraiser

June 18, 2010
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06/18/10 During the month of June Fernbaugh’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry are working in conjunction with Care and Share to raise money for the organization by “Turning Gold into Caring and Sharing.” On Saturday, June 19th people are especially encouraged to bring their broken gold jewelry, gold teeth, or other gold items to Fernbaugh’s. ...
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Lake Manitou Association to host 5th Annual Tour of Homes

June 18, 2010
Lake Manitou Association to host 5th Annual Tour of Homes

06/18/10  The Lake Manitou Association’s 5th Annual Tour of Homes will take place on Saturday, June 26th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine.  Visitors will be able to tour three fabulous lake homes by pontoon shuttle or your private vehicle.  Pontoon shuttles depart from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. from the...
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M.C. Health Department Thanks Community for Cooperation

June 18, 2010

Dear Speak Out, We at the Marshall County Health Department would like to take this opportunity to thank the community and local school corporations for their cooperation and partnership with us in our endeavor to get children in grades 6 through 12 vaccinated to the new state requirements. In January the State released a...
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Commissioners to Consider Fee Increases for Building Commission

June 18, 2010
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06/18/10 The Marshall County Commissioners will consider an amendment to the Ordinance that establishes building permit fees at their meeting Monday morning.  It has been approximately four years since the fees were raised.  County Planning Director Ralph Booker said, “The increases are minimal for most of the fees.”  He explained the reason for the...
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