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Indiana Conservationists Recognized The Center at Donaldson at 2019 Annual Conservation Awards Ceremony

January 28, 2019
Indiana Conservationists Recognized The Center at Donaldson at 2019 Annual Conservation Awards Ceremony

During their annual conference at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown, the Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts honored farmers, county employees, educators and volunteers for their outstanding work in conservation throughout Indiana. On Tuesday, January 15, at the awards luncheon, these individuals and organizations received awards for their exceptional commitment to protecting Indiana’s natural resources...
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LOCAL CELEBRITIES DANCE FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER

January 28, 2019
LOCAL CELEBRITIES DANCE FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER

Often touted as the event of the year, the Marshall County Dancing with the Stars fundraiser attracts nearly 400 people from around the county and beyond to witness “celebrity” friends, family, and co-workers compete on the dance floor while raising money for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center. In its 11th year, the event has...
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Ancilla wants Students to SOAR into College

January 28, 2019
Ancilla wants Students to SOAR into College

Ancilla College is now accepting applications for this summer’s Student Orientation and Academic Readiness (SOAR) program which will take place from July 7th to the 19th on the Ancilla College campus. The SOAR Program is a college readiness program designed for upcoming high school juniors and seniors.  This program will allow them to briefly...
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The Basics of DNA Testing at the Culver Library

January 28, 2019
The Basics of DNA Testing at the Culver Library

 ‘The Basics of DNA Testing’ will be held at the Culver-Union Township Public Library on Saturday, February 16 at 10:00 a.m. DNA Explorers’ Robert Sliwinski will be in Culver at the library to cover the basic information in an easy to understand format that will help empower you to make informed decisions about DNA...
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AG Curtis Hill asks U.S. Supreme Court to Protect Second Amendment Right to Carry Firearms

January 28, 2019
AG Curtis Hill asks U.S. Supreme Court to Protect Second Amendment Right to Carry Firearms

Attorney General Curtis Hill has joined attorneys general and governors from 22 other states in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case regarding the rights of law-abiding individuals to carry firearms outside their homes. In a brief filed this week, the states are asking the nation’s high court to review a recent lower court ruling...
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Celebrating National Tea & Bagle Days

January 28, 2019
Celebrating National Tea & Bagle Days

Miller’s Assisted Living Activity Director is always looking for Special Days to celebrate.  In January she took the opportunity to combine two special days into one party.  January celebrates National Tea Day and National Bagel Day.  What better way to celebrate than a get together with residents enjoying a cup of hot tea and...
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Don’t Let your Pipes Freeze

January 28, 2019
Don’t Let your Pipes Freeze

Donnie Davidson, Superintendent of Utilities in the City of Plymouth has issued some advice for city customers but is definitely a good idea for everyone in the city and county. Due to the severe cold weather forecast for the next few days, the following are few tips for preventing water lines from freezing for...
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Closing and Cancellations

January 28, 2019
Closing and Cancellations

Joan Fabrics in Plymouth closing at 1 p.m. PIDCO Annual meeting for Tuesday has been postponed Spine and Joint in Plymouth closing on Wednesday Integrity Academy of Martial Arts in Plymouth closed today Due to the weather exercise classes at the Webster Center are cancelled for this evening Baton sign ups at the Webster...
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Coffee with Dean 1-11-19

January 28, 2019


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Coffee with Dean 1-9-19

January 28, 2019


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