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Archive for March, 2012

Track Practice at Plymouth Speedway Sunday

March 29, 2012
Track Practice at Plymouth Speedway Sunday

  03/30/12 Irish Saunders from Plymouth Speedway is excited to announce an opportunity to enjoy some racing at the track early this year. Saunders said, “With the work day at the track being this Saturday (March 31st) we have had a lot of asphalt drivers wanting some track time.   With the weather being so...
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MCEDC Offers Root Cause Analysis Workshop

March 29, 2012
MCEDC Offers Root Cause Analysis Workshop

       03/30/12 In a partnership with Purdue University Manufacturing Extension, Plymouth Community Schools and Infuse, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation is presenting a Root Cause Analysis Workshop! Root cause analysis is an essential problem-solving method used to determine the fundamental, underlying reason (or root cause) for a problem.  In this workshop, participants will...
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PHS Speech 2ns in AA Schools & 3rd Overall

March 29, 2012
PHS Speech 2ns in AA Schools & 3rd Overall

   03/30/12 On Saturday, the Plymouth High School Speech Team went up against 100 teams from around the state in the IHSFA (Indiana High School Forensic Association) Tournament held at Fisher’s High School. When all was said and done, PHS Placed 2nd in the AA Schools Division and 3rd place from all of the...
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Coats: EPA Standard for New Power Plants Will Increase Energy Costs

March 29, 2012
Coats: EPA Standard for New Power Plants Will Increase Energy Costs

  03/30/12 U.S. Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) made the following statement regarding greenhouse gas rules for new power plants released today by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): “The president claims to support an ‘all of the above’ approach to energy production, yet this regulation effectively will terminate any plans to construct new coal-fired power...
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Community Invited to “Peter’s Song” at Miller’s

March 29, 2012
Community Invited to “Peter’s Song” at Miller’s

    03/30/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community and Miller’s Merry Manor is pleased to offer the community and opportunity to celebrate the Easter season with the touching musical – monologue “Peter’s Song”.  Retired minister Glenn Mitchell of Plymouth will appear in concert at both facilities presenting his one-man show. As Mitchell takes on the persona...
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Morning Chat 3/2912: Guest: Erica Morse-Boddorf (MissingPersonsNews.com)

March 29, 2012


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Opinion Show 3/28/12

March 29, 2012


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Darrel M. Scheuer Arrested for Neglect of a Dependent

March 28, 2012
Darrel M. Scheuer  Arrested for Neglect of a Dependent

  03/29/12 On Wednesday, March 21st the Plymouth Police Department received a report from Adult Protective Services regarding a disabled female living in the 300 block of North Street in Plymouth. This disabled person was reportedly being neglected by her caregiver, 61 year old Darrel Scheuer. The Plymouth Police Department and Adult Protective Services...
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Nappanee Man Slightly Injured in Semi Roll-over

March 28, 2012
Nappanee Man Slightly Injured in Semi Roll-over

   03/29/12 County Police Officer Nick Laffoon investigated a single vehicle accident on State Road 331 south of 13th Trail about 8:30 Tuesday morning that sent a Nappanee man to the hospital. 64 year old Jack L. Hart of Nappanee was driving a 1999 Peterbuilt Semi, traveling south on State Road 331, just leaving...
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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANT FOR LINCOLN TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

March 28, 2012
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANT FOR LINCOLN TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

   03/29/12 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that the Lincoln Township Volunteer Fire Department in Walkerton, received a $684,864 Operations and Safety grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Department of Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program (AFG). “I’m pleased to announce this grant for the Lincoln Township Volunteer Fire Department because...
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