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Culver Camper Critically Injured Monday on PWC Accident on Lake Max

July 27, 2010
Culver Camper Critically Injured Monday on PWC Accident on Lake Max

07/27/10 A Culver Academy student is in critical condition Monday evening after the Personal Watercraft (PWC) he was operating was involved in an accident around 9:30 AM Monday morning on Lake Maxinkuckee.  According to investigating Indiana Conservation Officer Seth Owens, 17 year old Jackson Berry of Indianapolis was operating an academy owned PWC as part of...
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07/19/10 On Thursday, July 15th.

July 17, 2010
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On Thursday, July 15th at 1:21 PM Officer Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department responded to East Jefferson Street regarding a physical altercation. Upon arriving at the location Officer DeLee arrested 47 year old Troy J. Benedict of the Jefferson Street address for battery.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and...
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Ancilla, Calumet College to Co-Host Open House

July 17, 2010
Ancilla, Calumet College to Co-Host Open House

Ancilla College and Calumet College of Saint Joseph (CCSJ) will be co-hosting an open house on Tuesday, July 20, at Ancilla to present two bachelor’s degrees that will be offered at the Donaldson-based campus this coming fall semester. According to Dr. Joanna Blount, Dean of Academic and Student Services at Ancilla College, “This is...
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United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

July 17, 2010
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07/19/10 The summer may be half over, but there’s still plenty of time to play golf and support your local United Way.   The popular Golf Card is still available for a $50 donation to the United Way of Marshall County.  The card entitles each golfer to play one round of golf at all six...
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County Seeks $2 Million Federal Funds for 7th Road

July 17, 2010
County Seeks $2 Million Federal Funds for 7th Road

07/19/10 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) held a public meeting on Thursday, July 15 for eight area communities to present their applications for federal funding which is appropriated through the LaPorte District. Officials from each city or county were given 10 minutes to give a brief presentation on their proposed project, funds being...
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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY TESTIFIES IN SUPPORT OF RAPID CLAIMS ACT

July 5, 2010
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY TESTIFIES IN SUPPORT OF RAPID CLAIMS ACT

07/05/10 On Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly testified in support of The Rating and Processing Individuals’ Disability (RAPID) Claims Act in front of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, of which he is a member.  Donnelly introduced the RAPID Claims Act on June 17, 2010 to improve the turnaround...
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Plymouth School Board To Meet July 8

July 4, 2010
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7/4/10 The Plymouth School Board is scheduled to meet on July 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Board Room. The meeting is open to the public; however, comments are limited to agenda items. Agenda items include, but are not limited to, : Awarding of fuel bids; a report on the Transportation Department; the...
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MCNC Adds Case Manager

July 4, 2010
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7/04/10 The Marshall County Neighborhood Center board has added a Case Management position to their services already being offered . When current board President Karen Barden joined the organization four year ago, she came with the dream of creating the full-time position. Barden said, ““We are glad to provide the emergency services that we...
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Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

July 2, 2010
Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

07/02/10 Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that $964 was donated to the local Boy Scouts from the proceeds of the 2009 Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  The proceeds were distributed to the local boy scouts.  Mark Styers accepts a check from Mayor Mark Senter.
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Judge Rules that a “Wolf-Hybrid” Dog Be Returned to Owner.

July 2, 2010
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  7/02/10 A homeless Plymouth man, Todd Wagoner, will be allowed to keep his dog Shyrtkee despite the fact that the City of Plymouth was seeking to have the animal euthanized. Judge Robert Bowen, Marshall County Superior Court I, ruled late Friday afternoon that the dog should be returned to Wagoner. Bowen said, “I...
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