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Archive for January, 2012

Miller’s Resients Celebrate Chinese New Year

January 26, 2012
Miller’s Resients Celebrate Chinese New Year

01/27/12 Residents and staff at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth celebrated The Year of the Dragon with a delicious Chinese lunch-time meal of egg drop soup, Chinese cabbage salad, chicken chow mien, sticky white rice and egg roll.  The tables were set with Chinese zodiac placemats and fortune cookies.  Each resident received their...
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The Senter’s Wellness Journey

January 26, 2012
The Senter’s Wellness Journey

01/27/12  Mayor Mark Senter and his wife, Leanne accepted the challenge to take a wellness journey through the Fitness Forum at LifePlex.  Their progress is being detailed weekly in the newspaper and we will have their story on our Speak-Out Site….   WELL, why not?! 32 Years ago this month I graduated from the...
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LJH 8th Grade Girls Basketball Beat Argos 28-17

January 26, 2012

01/26/12 The 8th grade Lady Redstorm beat the Argos Lady Dragons 28-17 to improve to 2-0 on the season.  The Lady Redstorm played great defense through the first 3 quarters only giving up 6 points.  The Lady Dragons had a nice offensive run in the fourth, but Lincoln played hard and held on for...
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Kanzius Laboratory Group is First in the World to Reach the Nucleus of Cancer Cells with Nanoparticles

January 26, 2012

(ERIE, PA) – January 26, 2012 — Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation announces research conducted in the Kanzius/Curley Lab at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center has been published in the January 2012 issue of Biomaterials journal. The manuscript illustrates how Drs. Steven A. Curley, Mustafa Raoof, Yuri Mackeyev, Mathew A. Cheney and Lon...
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Right to Work Legislation Passes House

January 25, 2012
Right to Work Legislation Passes House

01/26/12 After nearly 35 hours of testimony, debate, and discussion over the past year House Bill (HB) 1001, Employee’s Right to Work passed the Indiana House of Representatives 54-44. Rep. Jerry Torr (R-Carmel) authored and House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) co-authored House Bill 1001, Employee’s Right to Work which would give workers the...
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NIPSCO Pledges $200,000 to Support Matching Energy Assistance Funds

January 25, 2012
NIPSCO Pledges $200,000 to Support Matching Energy Assistance Funds

01/26/12   NIPSCO has committed $200,000 this winter heating season to the Gift of Warmth Program, an assistance fund created by NIPSCO to help individuals and families across northern Indiana who are experiencing financial challenges with their energy bills. Local benefactors such as churches, individuals and other human service-focused organizations contribute to Gift of Warmth,...
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Argos High School’s BPA Team Advances to State Competition

January 25, 2012
Argos High School’s BPA Team Advances to State Competition

01/26/12 Shari Bloom is in her second year of teaching business and sponsoring Business Professionals of America (BPA) at Argos Jr. Sr. High School.  Bloom started BPA last year because she felt it was a club that she was very passionate about.  She said, “BPA helps kids get familiar with business by getting them...
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Rochester Woman Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

January 25, 2012
Rochester Woman Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

01/26/12  On Tuesday, January 24th at 5:34 p.m. Officer Jesse Pippenger of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive in reference to a female shoplifter.  After an investigation it was found that Amanda J. Wicker 31, of Rochester was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where...
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Opinion Show 1/25/12

January 25, 2012


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“Sister Act” helps Plymouth High School host its first Riley Dance Marathon

January 25, 2012
“Sister Act” helps Plymouth High School host its first Riley Dance Marathon

01/26/12 Senior Ball State University student and Plymouth native, Amy Jacobs, serves on the Ball State University Dance Marathon committee to raise funds for Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, the hospital that has cared for her sister. Through her philanthropic efforts, Amy has inspired her sister Hannah to start a Riley...
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