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Saturday’s Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market a Success

July 30, 2013
Saturday’s Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market a Success

  07/31/13 Melissa Newton, South Bend Medical Foundation Donor Recruitment Specialist sent a big thank you to Mayor Mark Senter and his administrative assistant, Laura Mann for hosting this past weekend’s blood drive. The blood drive at the Farmers’ Market on Saturday was a success.   The total numbers of successful units of blood collected...
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Residents at Miller’s Celebrate Invention of Ice Cream Cone

July 30, 2013
Residents at Miller’s Celebrate Invention of Ice Cream Cone

  07/31/13 Miller’s Assisted Living Activity Director Cindy Flagg is always looking for a reason to celebrate.  This week she ran across an interesting tidbit stating that the ice cream cone was invented by Charles Menches of St. Louis, Missouri on July 23, 1904.  That seemed as good of a reason as any to...
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Leon Jesse Sims – 63 – of Burr Oak

July 30, 2013

The Odom Funeral Home in Culver is in charge of arrangements
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1 Dead in Starke County Plane Crash

July 30, 2013
1 Dead in Starke County Plane Crash

  07/31/13  Monday afternoon at approximately 2:50 PM the Starke County Sheriff’s Department  9-1-1 call center received a report of a plane crash.  The caller advised the crash was near State Road 8 along the South end of the Starke County Airport. Arriving on the scene officers from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department and...
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Luck “Jane” Overmyer – 93 – from Culver

July 30, 2013
Luck “Jane” Overmyer – 93 – from Culver

  Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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City Looks to Increase Investment Income with Umbaugh Services

July 29, 2013
City Looks to Increase Investment Income with Umbaugh Services

  07/30/13 Last week members of the Plymouth Common Council voted unanimously to look at a more aggressive investment strategy after Jeff Messer from H. J. Umbaugh explained the services the company would provide to the city. In a PowerPoint presentation Messer explained that he would work with the city to identify the core...
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Local Superintendents Comment on ISTEP Interuption Findings

July 29, 2013
Local Superintendents Comment on ISTEP Interuption Findings

  07/30/13 The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) released the findings on July 29 from an independent review on what possible effects computer interruptions had on students and schools during the annual ISTEP tests. ISTEP (Indiana Stateside Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+) is given to both public and non-public schools in grades 3 through...
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Tuesday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

July 29, 2013
Tuesday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

  07/30/13 As of the end of work on Monday every water main south of the railroad tracks that run east to west along Pennsylvania Avenue are flushed and done. Everything on the east side of Michigan Street has been flushed an is complete. Eric Keilman, Distribution System Foreman for the City Water Department...
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FREEDOM PARK PUTTING ON 5K RUN/FAMILY WALK/CONCERT EVENT

July 29, 2013
FREEDOM PARK PUTTING ON 5K RUN/FAMILY WALK/CONCERT EVENT

  07/30/13 As its first major fundraising event, the Freedom Park Committee will be hosting a 5K run, family fun run/walk, and concert event at the Amphitheater in Centennial Park on August 17, 2013. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. with the 5K beginning at 9:00 a.m. and the family fun run/walk beginning at 9:10...
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Potato Creek State Park to Host Tater Traditions on Saturday

July 29, 2013
Potato Creek State Park to Host Tater Traditions on Saturday

    07/30/13 Potato Creek State Park will offer visitors a look back to rural life in the not-to-distant past at “Tater Traditions” on Saturday, August 3rd.  Tater Traditions will focus on life in the mid 1900s with period crafts and contests.  Activities begin at 9:30 a.m. with a tour of one of the...
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