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New college trustees and officers elected at Ancilla College

May 23, 2013

05/24/13 The Ancilla College Board of Trustees met Monday and elected new officers. Board Chairman John Chandler and Vice Chairman Larry Faulstich are both stepping down after serving a decade in different leadership roles. Sr. Annemarie Kampwerth is also stepping down from her role on the board to serve a six-year term as Vicaress...
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MCEDC Community Leaders Discuss Development Progress & Next Steps

May 23, 2013
MCEDC Community Leaders Discuss Development Progress & Next Steps

  05/24/13  On Wednesday, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC)  held  a “County Development for the Future  II” event at  the  Swan Lake Resort  & Conference Center.   The purpose of this event, attended by 31 participants representing the County Commissioners, Town and City Councils, Redevelopment Commissions, and other community groups, was to report ...
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Field Day at Argos High School

May 23, 2013
Field Day at Argos High School

  05/24/13 Competition was keen last Friday at Argos High School as staff and students in grades 9-12 enjoyed a full afternoon of old fashioned games, relays and activities to score points for their class.  Students played water balloon dodge ball, tire roll, leap frog, wet sponge race, dizzy bat relay, animal noise tag,...
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Public Invited to Jacoby Church Open House Saturday

May 23, 2013
Public Invited to Jacoby Church Open House Saturday

  05/24/13 A public Open House will be held at the Jacoby Church this Saturday, May 25 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.   Members of the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council will be on hand to answer questions about the 150 year history of the former St. John’s Reformed Church.  The congregation was started by the Jacoby...
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City Trash & Recycling Pushed Back One Day for Memorial Day Holiday

May 23, 2013

05/24/13  The Memorial Day Holiday will move the City of Plymouth trash pick-up schedule back one day for Tuesday’s trash pick-up and the rest of the week. Allied Waste will be closed on Monday, May 27th so trash pick-up and recycling in Plymouth will begin on Wednesday, May 29th.  The City would like to remind...
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Spend Memorial Day at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

May 23, 2013
Spend Memorial Day at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

    05/24/13 Kick off your Memorial Day Weekend at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM). A wide variety of annuals and perennials as well as your favorite vegetable plants are ready for picking and planting. Mayor Mark Senter will be passing out American flags to commemorate the holiday and Master Gardeners will help you...
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Coats: America’s Veterans Deserve Better

May 23, 2013
Coats: America’s Veterans Deserve Better

  05/24/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday met with Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki along with other members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies to discuss the current backlog of disability claims at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  “It...
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Indiana Conservation Officers Offer Safe Boating Tips

May 23, 2013
Indiana Conservation Officers Offer Safe Boating Tips

  05/24/13 Indiana conservation officers are providing citizens with useful tips for Indiana boaters to enjoy a safe summer on the water. Conservation officers will be patrolling Indiana waterways this summer to ensure that boaters comply with boating laws. Officers encourage boaters to become familiar with Indiana boating laws and follow safe boating procedures...
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WALORSKI MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT BILL ADVANCES IN HOUSE ARMED SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE

May 23, 2013
WALORSKI MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULT BILL ADVANCES IN HOUSE ARMED SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE

  05/24/13 The House Armed Services Subcommittee (HASC) on Military Personnel Wednesday approved a proposal authored by Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) extending whistleblower protections to victims of military sexual assault.  The proposal is based on bipartisan legislation introduced by Walorski and Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-46) to strengthen existing military whistleblower protection laws and clarify...
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Clowning Around at Miller’s

May 23, 2013
Clowning Around at Miller’s

  05/24/13 There is nothing like a clown to bring a smile to a person’s face no matter what their age!  Miller’s Merry Manor was celebrating National Nursing Home Week last week with fun activities for everyone.      Clown’s For Jesus visited residents and staff of Miller’s Merry Manor on Tuesday afternoon May 14.   Clown,...
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