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Archive for March, 2011

Ancilla Women’s Basketball Players Earn Postseason Honors

March 21, 2011
Ancilla Women’s Basketball Players Earn Postseason Honors

03/22/11  Sophomore forward Shalana Murray (South Bend, IN/ Washington HS) headlined a list of Ancilla College women’s basketball players receiving postseason honors, the College announced on Wednesday. Murray was named to the All-Region team for NJCAA Region 12 and also collected MCCAA All-State and MCCAA All-Western Conference honors after averaging 10 points and nearly...
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Bourbon to Hire Two Police Officers

March 21, 2011
Bourbon to Hire Two Police Officers

03/22/11 The Bourbon Police Department could soon have two new full-time officers. Police Chief Bill Martin said the Town Council approved the hiring of two more personnel, bringing the department total to five officers. At this point, there are three candidates for the positions. Martin said, “We have already done background checks and those...
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Rokita Votes to Defund National Public Radio

March 21, 2011
Rokita Votes to Defund National Public Radio

03/22/11 Representative Todd Rokita (R-IN) today voted to end funding for National Public Broadcasting (NPR), a measure that passed by 228 to 192. The move is another small step toward responsible reform and a balanced budget. Rep. Rokita released the following statement: “Hoosiers sent me to Washington stop the out-of-control spending that continues to...
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State Sen. Charbonneau: Bill Establishing Transportation Study Travels to Governor

March 20, 2011
State Sen. Charbonneau: Bill Establishing Transportation Study Travels to Governor

03/21/11 A bill calling for an in-depth, bipartisan legislative review of Indiana’s roads, bridges and rails will now travel to Gov. Mitch Daniels’ desk where it could be signed into law. Two Northwestern Indiana lawmakers, State Rep. Ed Soliday and State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (Rs-Valparaiso), spearheaded efforts to pass House Bill 1371. This bill...
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Big Agenda for Commissioner’s Meeting

March 20, 2011
Big Agenda for Commissioner’s Meeting

03/21/11 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning with a number of items on their agenda. Alan Loehr from the Culver Boys and Girls Club will give the commissioners an update on the club’s participation and financial status. At 9:45 a public hearing will be held on an ordinance that handles drainage settlement...
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Fire at Berger Farm and Welding

March 20, 2011
Fire at Berger Farm and Welding

03/21/11 On Sunday, March 20th the LaPaz North Township Fire Department was dispatched to a reported commercial fire at 12799 3A Road, Berger Farm and Welding.   The call was dispatched at 11:02 a.m. and the first truck arrived on scene at 11:05 am. Mathew Haskins, Fire Chief said the fire was under control at...
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JEFFERSON ELEMNTARY LOVES BUGS

March 19, 2011
JEFFERSON ELEMNTARY LOVES BUGS

03/21/11  Fourth graders at Jefferson Elementary school in Plymouth love BUGS.  BUGS stand for Bring Up Grades and is a program sponsored by Plymouth Kiwanis to encourage young students to study hard and to be in class every day.  The Kiwanians sponsor the program at all Plymouth elementary schools including St. Michael’s as well...
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United Way 2-1-1 Launches Regional Website

March 19, 2011
United Way 2-1-1 Launches Regional Website

03/21/11  United Way 2-1-1 has launched its new Regional website, www.myuw211.org. United Way 2-1-1 is the nationally designated number for information and referral across the country. It quickly and efficiently connects callers with local human, health, and social services in their community. The Regional 2-1-1 database includes over 2,000 local agencies with approximately 8,000...
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Museum to Run Trains for Spring Break

March 19, 2011
Museum to Run Trains for Spring Break

03/21/11  Since students in Marshall County are out on Spring Break the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth is hosting two special events. On Thursday, March 24th and Saturday, March 26th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Marshall County Museum is going to be running their 8 by 40 model train set for...
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NEW SEMI-STATE START TIME for CMA!

March 18, 2011
NEW SEMI-STATE START TIME for CMA!

WTCA will begin it’s coverage of the CMA-Colombia City Semi-State a little later than originally scheduled.  Due  to television (WHMB-40 Indy) scheduling,  Game 2 of the Huntington North Semi-State between CMA-Colombia City will start at approximately 3:30pm not 3:15pm as originally scheduled. WTCA’s Pre-Game Show begins at around 2:50pm up to the ballgame.   Bring...
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