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Father Surprises Son at Final Culver Parade

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July 27, 2017
Father Surprises Son at Final Culver Parade

Captain Clinton Hensley, the SCX commander with the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing, came to Culver Summer Schools & Camps’ final parade Thursday morning to surprise his 11-year-old son Preston. Hensley, who just returned from a seven-month deployment in Iraq, came with his wife Robin to pick Preston up. Camp ends Friday. From Ashville, Ohio, Capt....
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING INCREASE IN WHOOPING COUGH

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July 27, 2017
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING INCREASE IN WHOOPING COUGH

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is urging Hoosiers to take precautions against pertussis, also known as whooping cough, amid an increase in cases across the state. In the first half of 2017, 136 cases of pertussis have been confirmed in Indiana. During the same period in 2016, the state saw 66 cases....
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Governor Holcomb appoints La Porte Mayor Blair Milo State’s first secretary of career connections and talent

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July 27, 2017
Governor Holcomb appoints La Porte Mayor Blair Milo State’s first secretary of career connections and talent

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Thursday signed an executive order creating a new cabinet-level position in state government to serve as Indiana’s chief talent and recruiting official. The secretary of career connections and talent will be the chief executive officer of the State Personnel Department and will assume oversight of that agency and its director....
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Donnelly Statement on Senate Health Care Bill Advancing for a Vote

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July 27, 2017
Donnelly Statement on Senate Health Care Bill Advancing for a Vote

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following after the Senate voted to move forward in considering the Senate health care bill. Donnelly voted against the procedural vote. Donnelly said, “I have said for years that there is bipartisan support for ideas to improve and strengthen the American health care system in a...
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Pilgrims plan “Old Timers” game

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July 27, 2017
Pilgrims plan “Old Timers” game

PLYMOUTH — Some former Plymouth High School baseball players will be lacing up the spikes one more time for a good cause as past Pilgrims return from all over the country to play in an alumni game Aug. 5 at Bill Nixon Field.   All the players in that game have made donations to...
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Hayden Hopple participates in Junior Gold

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July 27, 2017
Hayden Hopple participates in Junior Gold

Hayden Hopple had the opportunity to represent the state of Indiana and travel to Cleveland, Ohio to participate in the Junior Gold Bowling Championships. There were over six thousand youth bowlers from all fiftystates, Canada, and Mexico. Out of six hundred and two bowlers in his squad, Hayden placed two hundred and five. Out...
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Ancilla Men’s Basketball Signs Scanlan

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July 27, 2017
Ancilla Men’s Basketball Signs Scanlan

DONALDSON, IN – Attucks High School graduate Teyon Scanlan is joining the Charger Men’s Basketball Team for the 2017-2018 season. The 6’1’’ guard from Indianapolis was a member of the 2017 Class 3A State Championship team, and was the leading scorer in the championship game with 24 points.  Scanlan’s other accolades earned while playing...
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Rockie scrimmage and “walk the turf”

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July 27, 2017
Rockie scrimmage and “walk the turf”

The first official practice for the Plymouth Rockies Football team will take place on Monday, 7/31/17.  The Rockies will make their first public appearance with a scrimmage Friday evening, 8/4/17 with their annual Soap Game.  The public is invited to attend this scrimmage. For admittance to the scrimmage, the Rockie coaches and training staff...
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Music in the Park features The Marlins

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July 27, 2017
Music in the Park features The Marlins

This Friday, Encore Performing Arts Summer in the Park series features The Marlins. You’ve never heard a group of entertainers quite like them! These four brothers–Gary, Jace, Rick and Robert–have been performing together for over 25 years in the U.S. and Canada. Their repertoire covers the entire musical spectrum including country, rock, big band, pop,...
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Traffic Issues at LJH Addressed

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July 26, 2017
Traffic Issues at LJH Addressed

Parents dropping off and picking up students in the circle drive at the Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth will notice a new change this year. Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon told the Board of Works Monday night that he met with the school corporation’s Director of Safety and Security to discuss traffic issues at...
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