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SNOW CAN PRESENT HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS FOR NIPSCO EMPLOYEES

February 4, 2011
SNOW CAN PRESENT HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS FOR NIPSCO EMPLOYEES

02/07/11 While most of the snow has been cleared from the roads following this week’s severe winter storm, large accumulations of snow still remain in the backyards and sideyards of many residences.   These conditions create hazardous situations for Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) meter readers and other employees working in the field, and...
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Lady Pilgrims end regular season on high note w/ WIN over Goshen: 45-47 (full broadcast)

February 4, 2011
Lady Pilgrims end regular season on high note w/ WIN over Goshen:  45-47  (full broadcast)

With “almost” a full roster back, Lady Pilgrim Head Coach Dave Cox was looking for four quarters of good chemistry from his girls who finally got to play together in since injuries and game suspensions took place almost a month ago.  Plymouth (14-6, 4-3) showed that and then some, in a 45-37 victory over...
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Friday Delays

February 3, 2011
Friday Delays

02/04/11 Delay for Friday: The Plymouth Community School Corporation and St. Michael’s will run on a 2-hour delay Friday. Grace Baptist School 2-hour delay and no AM kindergarten John Glenn School Corp. 2-hour delay Marshall/Starke Development Center 1 hour transportation delay Friday
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United Way Surpasses $450,000 Goal

February 3, 2011
United Way Surpasses $450,000 Goal

02/04/11  Thursday night’s Volunteer and Donor Recognition dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center was the celebration event for the 2010 United Way Campaign.  Campaign Chairman Melissa Owen announced that they surpassed their goal of $450,000. Mike Lintner from Marshall Starke Development Center served as the Master of Ceremonies.  He introduced Chris Eberly, President of the...
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Prosecutor to Crack-down on Parents of Students with Truancy Issues

February 3, 2011
Prosecutor to Crack-down on Parents of Students with Truancy Issues

02/04/11 Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, David R. Holmes, met with county school administers to review school attendance problems on January 26th of this year.  Parental responsibility was the primary focus of the meeting.  Truancy has been a problem that requires cooperation between school, parents and juvenile probation to resolve.  Unfortunately, in all too many...
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3 Arrested on Drug Charges

February 3, 2011
3 Arrested on Drug Charges

02/04/11  Wednesday evening just before 9 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation in the 800 block of West Monroe Street. Officer Weir had his K-9 partner Rex walk around the vehicle and Rex indicated the presence of narcotics.  All three people in the vehicle...
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Local Red Cross Calling for Donors to Help Blood Supply Recovery

February 3, 2011
Local Red Cross Calling for Donors to Help Blood Supply Recovery

02/04/11 With this latest round of severe winter storms, the local American Red Cross has been unable to collect over 820 expected pints of blood over the course of the last three days.  Over 20 blood drives across the 50 county coverage area were forced to be cancelled throughout the week. Further compounding the...
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Opinion Show 2/3/11 (Guest: Andy in Haiwaii & Wayne in Florida)

February 3, 2011


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“Friend Report”

February 3, 2011
“Friend Report”

02/04/11 Indiana State Representative Bill Friend released his “Friend Report” on Thursday morning.  In his report he states, “There are several bills that are receiving lots of ink that are very hard to predict as successful. There has been much discussion about the statewide smoking ban (House Bill 1018). This bill would ban smoking...
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William R. “Bill” Wagoner – 58 – of Plymouth

February 3, 2011
William R. “Bill” Wagoner – 58 – of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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