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Blueberry Festival to be Featured on 2014 IN Festival Guide

November 21, 2013
Blueberry Festival to be Featured on 2014 IN Festival Guide

  11/22/13 More than 140 festival organizers and 50 plus attendees representing event suppliers from around the state attended the 30th annual convention of the Indiana State Festivals Association, (ISFA) at the Wyndham West Indianapolis November 15-17. Among the highlights of the convention was the unveiling of the 2014 Indiana Festival Guide, now produced...
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Senate Passes Donnelly-Coats Bill, the Alicia Dawn Koehl Respect for National Cemeteries Act

November 21, 2013
Senate Passes Donnelly-Coats Bill, the Alicia Dawn Koehl Respect for National Cemeteries Act

  11/22/13 The Senate Monday night unanimously passed legislation introduced by Indiana’s U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats, the Alicia Dawn Koehl Respect for National Cemeteries Act.                 “I thank my colleagues for passing the Alicia Dawn Koehl Respect for National Cemeteries Act,” said Donnelly.  “My office has worked with the Koehl family on this legislation for...
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PHJC Sister Holocaust Victim Topic of Lampen Lecture

November 21, 2013
PHJC Sister Holocaust Victim Topic of Lampen Lecture

  11/22/13 Sister Christiane Humpert, a German PHJC sister, was the featured presenter for the Ancilla College Lampen Lecture series Wednesday, November 13th. Sister Christiane discussed the life and experience of Sister Aloysia Lowenfels, another PHJC sister, who was a victim of the Holocaust.  Sister Christiane has been a student of Sister Aloysia for...
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Lincoln 7th Grade A & B Defeated Tippy Valley

November 21, 2013

  The 7th grade boys basketball team defeated Tippy Valley Wednesday night by a score of 44-13.  Cole Filson led the way for the Red Storm with 11 points and 5 rebounds.  Larry Dragani and Clay Hilliard each chipped in 6.  The 7th grade B team also defeated Tippy Valley by a score of...
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Culver Academies’ Friesian Color Guard to ride in Chicago

November 20, 2013
Culver Academies’ Friesian Color Guard to ride in Chicago

  11/21/13 The Culver Black Horse Troop will be represented by a special Friesian Color Guard at the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade in Chicago. The parade will run from 8 to 11 a.m. Thanksgiving morning and will be televised nationally on WGN 9 Chicago and WGN America.   Riding the Friesians will be Commander Andrew...
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Cowger Arrested on 2 Warrants

November 20, 2013
Cowger Arrested on 2 Warrants

  11/21/13 On Tuesday, November19th at 1:01 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 30 year old Kelly Cowger of Plymouth after observing him in the Red Rock Inn parking lot.  Cowger was known to him to have an active warrant through Marshall County.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and lodges on two...
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Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

November 20, 2013
Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

  11/21/13 Tuesday evening Bill Ellinger was sworn in as the newest member of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.  Ellinger replaces Don Wendel who moved outside the city limits and was no longer eligible to sit on the commission.  Since Wendel has served as President of the commission there was also a reorganization of the...
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Plymouth Police Department October Activity Report

November 20, 2013
Plymouth Police Department October Activity Report

  11/21/13 City Department heads presented their monthly reports for October during a recent Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon’s staff answered 675 calls for information, conducted 271 traffic stops, investigated 199 complaints and responded to 155 calls from the 9-1-1 dispatch center.  City Officers conducted 128 investigations...
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LaVille Seeks State Waiver for 6 Days Missed

November 20, 2013
LaVille Seeks State Waiver for 6 Days Missed

11/21/13 It’s unclear if the students at the Union North Schools will have to make up the six days they missed due to a well malfunction at LaVille Junior-Senior High School. According to Dave Grenert, school board vice-president, they have requested a waiver from the state, but have not received a reply yet. The...
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Donnelly Donates Shutdown Pay to Ten Hoosier Food Banks

November 20, 2013
Donnelly Donates Shutdown Pay to Ten Hoosier Food Banks

  11/21/13 Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN) Wednesday donated his take-home pay for the 16 days of the federal government shutdown, worth $5,000, to ten food banks across Indiana. Donnelly refused to take the salary he received while partisan gridlock had shut down the government, hurting Hoosier families and businesses, as well as our entire...
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