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Archive for May, 2012

County Attorney Pays Homage to a Former Commissioner

May 7, 2012
County Attorney Pays Homage to a Former Commissioner

  05/08/12 During the Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting Monday, County Attorney Jim Clevenger took time to remember former Commissioner Don Ferguson who was killed in a car crash April 29th on US 30 and Cedar Road. Clevenger said, “I want to express my deepest sympathy to the family of Don Ferguson.”  He then proceeded...
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Harman Receives Highest Gun Rating from NRA

May 7, 2012
Harman Receives Highest Gun Rating from NRA

  05/08/12 Tim Harman, Republican candidate for State Representative – District 17, has received the highest rating possible from the National Rifle Association for his strong stance on gun rights and the 2nd Amendment. “As a gun owner for the past four years and a life-long believer in gun rights, I am proud to...
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IHSAA to Conduct Meeting at PHS on Class Basketball

May 7, 2012
IHSAA to Conduct Meeting at PHS on Class Basketball

  05/08/12 State Senator Mike Delph and Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Commissioner Bobby Cox will travel to Plymouth on Tuesday to gather opinions about the former single-class basketball tournament and the current multiclass format. The event will be held Tuesday evening in the Plymouth High School Auditorium at 7 p.m.  Those interested...
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Exile to headline at 2012 M.C. Blueberry Festival

May 7, 2012
Exile to headline at 2012 M.C. Blueberry Festival

  05/08/12 Exile is getting back to it and the 2012 Marshall County Blueberry Festival is excited to welcome them as the headliner this year.  Exile will grace the stage on Saturday, September 1st during their reunion tour and is sure to be a fan favorite. While Exile did have several number one country...
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National Nurses Week Celebrated May 6-12 by Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center

May 7, 2012
National Nurses Week Celebrated May 6-12 by Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center

05/08/12 Following a hospital stay, nearly every patient has a story about a special caregiver: their comforting touch, their listening ear, their warm smile or even their ability to remember the name of a favorite pet. Nurses play an important role as caregivers, and at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, they serve as an...
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CUTPL Presents at 2012 Evergreen International Conference

May 7, 2012
CUTPL Presents at 2012 Evergreen International Conference

 05/08/12 Culver-Union Township Public Library staff members Andrew Baker and Teresa Hudson have recently returned from the 2012 Evergreen International Conference, held in Indianapolis. They enjoyed several technical presentations, collaboration with staff from other libraries and presented their new inventory software and process. Nearly 300 people from multiple states and several foreign countries attended...
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German Food Producer Grows North American Operations in Marshall County

May 7, 2012
German Food Producer Grows North American Operations in Marshall County

   05/08/12 The Indiana Economic Development Corporation announced Monday their assistance in helping Zentis Food Solutions North America, LLC, a global producer of fruit preparations for the bakery and dairy industries’, expansion plans here, creating up to 67 new jobs by 2014.    The company, a subsidiary of Germany-based confectioner Zentis GmbH, will invest...
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Church Orchestra Entertains at Lindenwood

May 7, 2012
Church Orchestra Entertains at Lindenwood

 05/08/12 The Marshall County Church Orchestra provided an evening of musical entertainment at Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center in Donaldson.  Under the direction of Don Harness the group played a variety of hymns, Broadway musical tunes, movie themes and ended their concert with several patriotic favourites. Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center is an ecumenical...
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Weidner Named Principal at St. Michael

May 6, 2012
Weidner Named Principal at St. Michael

   05/07/12 The St. Michael community of Plymouth is pleased to announce that Mrs. Amy L. Weidner will become principal of St. Michael Catholic School beginning July 1, 2012.  Mrs. Weidner will replace Ms. Trudy Nawara,  principal for the past 15 years who is retiring. Mrs. Weidner, 44, comes to St. Michael with 20...
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Plymouth Man Sustains Minor Injuries in US 31 Roll-over Crash

May 6, 2012
Plymouth Man Sustains Minor Injuries in US 31 Roll-over Crash

   05/07/12 41 year old Teofilo C Cuatiacuati of Plymouth escaped serious injury Friday night in a single vehicle crash on US 31 just north of 1st Road. Cuatiacuati was traveling southbound on US 31 in a 1997 Cutlass when the4 vehicle left the roadway on the west side of the roadway, going down...
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