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Archive for October, 2013

Ancilla Representatives Visit Sojourner Truth House

October 24, 2013
Ancilla Representatives Visit Sojourner Truth House

  10/25/13 In response to their mission’s call to serve, Ancilla College faculty, staff and students visited the Sojourner Truth House in Gary on Monday, October 21st volunteering their services for the day. 19 representatives of Ancilla College, including 15 students and 4 staff members worked on several separate projects.  Volunteers left Ancilla’s campus...
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Coats Accepting Applications for Nomination to U.S. Service Academies

October 24, 2013
Coats Accepting Applications for Nomination to U.S. Service Academies

10/25/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday announced that he is accepting applications for nomination to the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and U.S. Military Academy. Interested applicants must submit the completed application packet available at www.coats.senate.gov by November 1, 2013. “There is no greater honor for an American...
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WALORSKI GREETS HONOR FLIGHT NORTHEAST INDIANA

October 24, 2013
WALORSKI GREETS HONOR FLIGHT NORTHEAST INDIANA

  10/25/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Wednesday greeted Second District Hoosier veterans arriving in our nation’s capital on Honor Flight Northeast Indiana, including veterans from Mishawaka, Goshen, and Plymouth.  The trip is organized at no cost to the veterans, including transportation and meals for a one day visit with a caregiver or guardian, offering a...
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INFECTION PREVENTION WEEK FOCUSES ON HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS

October 24, 2013
INFECTION PREVENTION WEEK FOCUSES ON HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS

  10/25/13 October 20 to 26 is International Infection Prevention Week. This year’s theme, “Infection Prevention Is Everyone’s Business,” aims to bring awareness of the need to protect patients and the public from the risk of infection. State health officials are using the week as an opportunity to highlight what patients and physicians can...
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Kreighbaum Lake Property Owner Paying for Water

October 23, 2013
Kreighbaum Lake Property Owner Paying for Water

  10/24/13 A local resident is paying a lot for water. Jean Klinedinst bought property on the Kreighbaum Lake three years ago and exploring the high rate of taxes discovered the land she owns also includes the lake bed. Of the 23 acres she and her husband own18 acres of that are actually in...
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‘Pride of Plymouth’ On to Semi-State

October 23, 2013
‘Pride of Plymouth’ On to Semi-State

  10/24/13 The Plymouth High School Marching Band competed in the Indiana State School Music Association’s Regional competition this past Saturday at Lafayette Jefferson High School.  This year, the band is competing in Open Class B with some of the best bands in Indiana. This year, the state music association reformatted the competition structure...
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Traffic Stop Leads to the Arrest of Juvenile

October 23, 2013
Traffic Stop Leads to the Arrest of Juvenile

10/24/13 On Tuesday, October 22nd at 2:07 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Angel and Webster Street on a vehicle for an equipment violation.  During the traffic stop the driver exited the vehicle and continuously kept disregarding officer’s orders and was taken into custody.  K9 Jax was...
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County to Require Demolition Permits

October 23, 2013
County to Require Demolition Permits

    10/24/13 Demolition permits will now be required in Marshall County. The county will join several towns in the area requiring a demolition permit to tear down structures. The ordinance approved by the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday has no charge. The goal of the permit is to make sure demolished structures are...
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County Commissioners Consider Another Attempt at Brownfield Grant

October 23, 2013
County Commissioners Consider Another Attempt at Brownfield Grant

    10/24/13 Along with Plymouth and Bourbon Marshall County will look at applying for a federal grant for a second time. Last year the Marshall County along with the City of Plymouth and Town of Bourbon sought a federal “Brownfield Grant” through the Environmental Protection Agency. A Brownfield site is land previously used...
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Meth Watch Candlelight Vigil

October 23, 2013
Meth Watch Candlelight Vigil

10/24/13 A small gathering of people came together for a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening in the Marshall County Court House lawn to pray for and remember those whose lives have been affected by meth. Marshall County rating one of the top three Indiana counties where meth labs have been seized. There are a lot...
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