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Archive for July, 2012

Number of Registered Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Continues to Rise

July 2, 2012
Number of Registered Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Continues to Rise

   07/03/12 Donate Life America unveiled its fifth annual National Donor Designation Report Card during the organization’s twentieth anniversary annual meeting in Chicago, IL. The document reports 101.4 million people had enrolled in state donor registries by the end of 2011. The public can add to that number and help save the lives of...
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DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES SUBCOMMITTEE

July 2, 2012
DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES SUBCOMMITTEE

07/03/12 Last week, Congressman Joe Donnelly’s bill, The Veterans Data Breach Timely Notification Act, H.R. 3730, passed the House Committee on Veterans Affairs Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee by voice vote. “In the unfortunate event of a breach of sensitive information, veterans and their families should be notified as soon as practically possible,” said Donnelly....
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Miller’s offers Hearing Aid Clinic

July 2, 2012
Miller’s offers Hearing Aid Clinic

  07/03/12 Manan Hearing Care Specialist Steven Douglas holds a hearing aid clinic each month at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  He will check hearing aids, make small repairs, and replace tubes and batteries.  He is also able to check for wax build up and give hearing tests.  The Manan Hearing Clinic takes place the...
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DORIS I. SLITER – 77 – from Plymouth

July 2, 2012
DORIS  I.  SLITER – 77 – from Plymouth

   Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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INTENSE! Uceny’s run makes history & now LONDON!!!!!

July 1, 2012
INTENSE!  Uceny’s run makes history & now LONDON!!!!!

  07/02/12  In minutes leading up to the most important race in Plymouth native, Morgan Uceny’s track career, friends and family where on pins and needles awaiting the start of the 1500m run for a shot at the Olympics in London this July.   One would think the runner herself Morgan Uceny would have a...
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Special Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

July 1, 2012
Special Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

   07/02/12 The Marshall County Drainage Board will conduct a special meeting at 8:15 Monday morning in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The special meeting has been called to accept bids and open them for the Yellow River Bank Stabilization Project near the footbridge on LaPorte Street. The Commissioners will...
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Craig Injured and Arrested for Meth and Resisting

July 1, 2012
Craig Injured and Arrested for Meth and Resisting

   07/02/12 On Wednesday, June 27th at 2:14pm, officers from several departments attempted a traffic stop on US 30 near Tulip Road.  The driver, Renee Craig 37, of Grovertown was wanted for a parole violation.  Craig refused to stop for officers and a short pursuit ensued.  As Renee Craig attempted to turn north onto...
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New Laws Take Effect July 1

July 1, 2012
New Laws Take Effect July 1

  07/02/12 State lawmakers achieved some important legislative victories for Hoosiers this year. While the 2012 session of the General Assembly ended March 10th, most new laws from the session took effect July 1. Here’s a brief update on initiatives aimed at making Indiana a better place to live, work and raise a family:...
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Mackey Arrested for Sexual Misconduct

July 1, 2012
Mackey Arrested for Sexual Misconduct

   07/02/12  On Tuesday, June 26th, Lt. Duane Culp of the Marshall County Police Department arrested Willie Earl Mackey 37, of Walkerton after an investigation of sexual misconduct with a 15 year old female at a residence in Marshall County.  Mackey was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked in with...
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Mustang Leaves Roadway, Hits Tree

July 1, 2012
Mustang Leaves Roadway, Hits Tree

   07/02/12 Thursday evening at 8:24 units from the Plymouth Police Department and Fire Department were dispatched to the area of Baker and Randolph Street near the Yellow River Bridge. Officer Jesse Pippinger arrived on scene and found a red convertible mustang that had left the roadway on the south side of Baker Street...
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