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Archive for September, 2010

Nixon Named Director of Development and Alumni Affairs by Plymouth School Board

September 3, 2010
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On Thursday night, the Plymouth School Board unanimously and enthusiastically approved naming Rusty Nixon as the first Director of Development and Alumni Affairs for the Plymouth School Corporation. The position is being funded for the first year by a private donation from a local businessman with the anticipation that the position will be sustained...
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Wendy’s Places Sign to Stop Begging

September 3, 2010
Wendy’s Places Sign to Stop Begging

09/03/10 Anyone traveling on Oak Drive between Wal-Mart and K-Mart during the past couple of years have seen a number of individuals standing on the corners holding signs and looking for handouts.  Although the city doesn’t have an ordinance in place that can stop this situation one local business has taken a stand against...
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School Corporation Limits Fliers in Backpacks

September 3, 2010
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09/03/10 The Plymouth Community School System is working on saving trees.  Yes that’s right.  This year they are making a concerted effort to save trees by reducing the amount of paper that is going home with students.   At least twice a week, and maybe more, the various schools in the system get fliers from...
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Limited Supply of Blueberry Collectible Baskets Available

September 3, 2010
Limited Supply of Blueberry Collectible Baskets Available

09/03/10 Souvenirs at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival are a big deal.  You’ll find everything from a shot glass, to T-shirts and sweatshirts, coffee mugs, and more.  They have hats, bags, magnets and tote bags. The annual collectable Blueberry Baskets have been flying off the shelves at the office and only a very limited...
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REPRESENTATIVE DEMBOWSKI CRITICIZES NIPSCO RATE HIKE

September 3, 2010
REPRESENTATIVE DEMBOWSKI CRITICIZES NIPSCO RATE HIKE

09/03/10 State Representative Nancy Dembowski (D-Knox) Wednesday voiced her opposition to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) decision to grant a 10 percent electric rate increase to Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO).   NIPSCO provides residential, commercial and industrial electric service to all or parts of twenty northern Indiana counties, including LaPorte, Starke, and Marshall...
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September Show to Feature Watercolor Artist

September 3, 2010
September Show to Feature Watercolor Artist

09/03/10 The Heartland Artists Gallery is pleased to present Watercolor Artist, Dan Slattery and Sculptor, Valerie Jean Schafer, September 1 – 25.  Dan practiced law for 18 years before pursuing his passion for watercolor professionally.  Slattery uses control and detail to capture dramatic effects of light and color.  His artwork has included portraits, landscapes...
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Coca-Cola Family Fun Day at Park a Huge Success

September 3, 2010
Coca-Cola Family Fun Day at Park a Huge Success

09/03/10 The Plymouth Park Department could not ask for a more generous contribution from Francis Ellert of Coca-Cola.  Francis, the Plant Manager, continues to show his support for the development of family programs here in the Park.  Coca-Cola Family Fun Day brings the kids out for a performance by Jetta and the Jellybeans and...
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Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita calls on candidates for the Indiana General Assembly to commit to redistricting reform

September 3, 2010
Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita calls on candidates for the Indiana General Assembly to commit to redistricting reform

09/03/10 This week, all 254 nominated candidates running for seats in the Indiana General Assembly this November will receive a letter from Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita encouraging them to commit to redistricting reform if elected.   “The men and women who have put their names on the line to represent their fellow Hoosiers...
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Saturday Night Opener’s Album Tops Chart

September 3, 2010
Saturday Night Opener’s Album Tops Chart

09/03/10 Entertainment at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival it top notch with Headliner Pam Tillis who will perform Saturday evening at 6 p.m. on the Michigan Street Stage.  Mike Woolfington, Executive Director of the County Visitor’s and Convention Bureau was so excited last week when he found out the Audie Blaylock and the Redliners’...
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Ancilla Wins Season Opener at Morton

September 2, 2010
Ancilla Wins Season Opener at Morton

09/02/10 The Ancilla College volleyball team won their season opener on Tuesday in straight sets, defeating Morton College 25-15, 25-20, 25-14. The Lady Chargers (1-0) were led by Demi Schrader, who was 18-for-19 in serving with two aces and 25 assists on the day. Nikki Trudell led the way with 15 digs, while Miranda...
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