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VOCATIONAL TRAINING AVAILABLE IN AUTO TECHNOLOGY AND WELDING THIS FALL

July 19, 2012
VOCATIONAL TRAINING AVAILABLE IN AUTO TECHNOLOGY AND WELDING THIS FALL

  07/20/12 If your student is looking for a solid career path or is looking to acquire job-ready skills, please consider one of two programs being offered this fall at the SCILL Center in Knox. The SCILL Auto Technology Program is educating students in the maintenance and repair of motor vehicles and engines. This...
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Bremen Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

July 19, 2012
Bremen Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

  07/20/12 On Tuesday, July 17 about 8:40pm the Bremen Police Department was contacted by the bartender at the Bremen Café’ in the 100 block of East Plymouth Street for a subject refusing to leave. Upon the officers’ arrival witnesses reported that the suspect had punched the Bartender in the face and other patrons...
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Culver Plan Commission Sends Favorable Recommendation to Town Council

July 19, 2012
Culver Plan Commission Sends Favorable Recommendation to Town Council

  07/20/12 The Culver Plan Commission conducted a public hearing Wednesday evening in the meeting room of the Culver-Union Township Library.  The public hearing was on the newly proposed Agricultural Zoning classification entitled A-1. The entire text of the proposed zoning classification can be found on the Town of Culver’s web site” www.townofculver.org” and...
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For Second Year Running, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center is Named Among the Nation’s “Most Wired”

July 19, 2012
For Second Year Running, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center is Named Among the Nation’s “Most Wired”

  07/20/12 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) has been named as one of the nation’s “Most Wired” hospitals, according to the results of the 2012 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) magazine. Recognized for the second year running, SJRMC is the only hospital in Northern...
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Woodcraft Camp Centennial with Summer Alumni Homecoming and the Culver Lake Fest Parade

July 19, 2012
Woodcraft Camp Centennial with Summer Alumni Homecoming and the Culver Lake Fest Parade

  07/20/12 Culver’s Woodcraft Camp (for boys and girls 9-13) is celebrating its 100 year Anniversary during this weekend’s Summer Alumni Homecoming Weekend. The foundation for Woodcraft was laid by a trio of national and international figures in scouting, naturalism, and conservation a Daniel Carter Beard, Ernest Thompson Seton, and Robert Baden-Powell. Culver Woodcraft...
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Music in the Park features Southside Denny & the Snyders

July 19, 2012
Music in the Park features Southside Denny & the Snyders

  07/20/12 This Friday, Encore’s Music in the Park features Southside Denny & the Snyders, formerly known as Southside Denny, blues artist extraordinaire. A special happening at 6:15 prior to the performance will be a dance demonstration by Mewsette Cartwright’s LifePlex Dance Academy. They’ll be opening with the popular ‘Mustang Sally’ with the promise...
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Blood Drive & Bees at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

July 19, 2012
Blood Drive & Bees at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

  07/20/12 This Saturday, shoppers can learn about the importance of bees in a honey presentation by Danny Slabaugh and Steve Neff, possibly extracting honey if the bees cooperate. Mayor Mark Senter will be hosting his 2nd Annual Blood Drive.from 8 until noon. The South Bend Medical Foundation is donating a brand new 2012...
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Maggie’s List Endorses Fiscally Conservative Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives

July 19, 2012
Maggie’s List Endorses Fiscally Conservative Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives

  07/20/12 Maggie’s List, a federal political action committee dedicated to electing conservative women to federal office, is proud to announce the endorsement of Jackie Walorski for Indiana’s 2nd District U.S. House of Representatives seat. This endorsement mirrors the need for strong fiscal conservatism in Congress.  Walorski is a dynamic woman who will bring...
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Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Enjoy Patriotic Concert

July 19, 2012
Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Enjoy Patriotic Concert

  07/20/12 Annette Ray of Bourbon recently performed a concert of patriotic music at miller’s Senior Living Community. Ray is a member of the Marshall County Church Orchestra and also plays in several ensemble groups. Ray began her program by playing “The Star Spangled Banner” on her alto saxophone.  She the went into “This...
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Riverside Intermediate School is Nationally Recognized

July 18, 2012
Riverside Intermediate School is Nationally Recognized

  07/19/12  Sharing firsthand knowledge of how to create and sustain a successful middle school, staff from Riverside Intermediate School joined educators from middle grades schools across the country that have been nationally recognized as Schools to Watch through the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform. Patty Welch, Jeni Hirschy, and Jeanne Tanner traveled...
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