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Archive for July, 2011

DONNELLY INTRODUCES E-SERV ACT

July 12, 2011
DONNELLY INTRODUCES E-SERV ACT

07/13/11 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced the introduction of The Ensuring Servicemembers’ Electronic Records’ Viability (E-SERV) Act, H.R. 2470, which would improve the efficiency of the current electronic health record system for military personnel and veterans.  Created in April 2008 by Congress, the Interagency Program Office (IPO) coordinates the transition to and implementation of...
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American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

July 12, 2011
American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

07/13/11  America’s blood supply is an important piece of our country’s ability to respond to disasters. By donating blood, people can help prepare for the unexpected and help ensure blood is available when and where it’s needed. “Any disaster, man-made or natural, can result in people being injured and needing blood,” said Sharyn Whitman,...
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A Great Visit in Plymouth

July 12, 2011

Dear Mayor Senter,     I was in Plymouth on Sat. July 9th and I just had to drop you a line to say how incredible my day was!  My girlfriend had to work in town so I rode down with her and decided to explore your city.  I had forgotten to bring the information...
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Morgan Uceny wins again, this time in the 1500m in Birmingham

July 12, 2011
Morgan Uceny wins again, this time in the 1500m in Birmingham

Morgan Uceny shows that her first Diamond League win in Lausanne was not a fluke as just takes the 1500 meters in 4:05 at the 2011 Diamond League in Birmingham. Click here:   universalsports.com
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JIMMIE DALE CUMMINS – 64 – of Knox

July 12, 2011
JIMMIE DALE CUMMINS –  64 – of Knox

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named 2011 Most Wired Hospital

July 11, 2011
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named 2011 Most Wired Hospital

07/12/11 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center has been recognized as one of the “Most Wired” hospitals in the nation according to the results of the 2011 Most Wired Survey released today in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine. The nation’s Most Wired hospitals are making progress towards greater health information technology...
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4-H Fair Honors 53 10-Year Members

July 11, 2011
4-H Fair Honors 53 10-Year Members

7/12/11 The Marshall County 4-H Fair in Argos officially opened at 6:30 Sunday afternoon with the recognition of the 10-Year members and the crowing of the 2011 4-H King and Queen in the Joe Gingerich Area. Herb Newman, President of the 4-H Council welcomed everyone and said, “It’s hot! It’s July, and there are...
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Ancilla College to Host Placement Party

July 11, 2011
Ancilla College to Host Placement Party

07/12/11 Ancilla College will be hosting a placement party on Thursday, July 14 at the Donaldson-based campus. Prospective students will have the opportunity to gain admission to Ancilla College and register for classes on the same day. To gain admission, students will need to fill out a free application to Ancilla College, submit high...
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K-9 Demonstration at 4-H Fair

July 11, 2011
K-9 Demonstration at 4-H Fair

07/12/11 Plymouth policeman John Weir and his K-9, Rex, have been working together for 4 1/2 years. “I love watching him work — it’s fun watching him find drugs or find the bad guy,” said Weir. Weir and Rex will be at the Marshall County 4-H fair Tuesday, along with Indiana State patrolman Ryan...
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Summer School for Plymouth Students K – 8 Starts on 18th

July 11, 2011
Summer School for Plymouth Students K – 8 Starts on 18th

07/12/11 Riverside Intermediate School Principal, Donna Burroughs reminds parents of the upcoming summer school classes. Summer school for Plymouth students who just finished kindergarten through Grade 7 will begin on Monday, July 18th at 8:00 A.M.   and continue for ten days through July 29th. Each daily session will end at 11:30 A.M.  Students entering...
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