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Milling and Paving in Culver to begin July 8

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July 7, 2019
Milling and Paving in Culver to begin July 8

Culver Town Clerk, Karen Heim has received word from the paving company that they plan is to mill and pave the following streets in Culver beginning on Monday, July 8: School Street from Miller’s Merry Manor entrance to Lakeshore Drive Nueva Gorda Street from Davis Street to Akron Street Slate Street from Washington to Madison Batabano Street from...
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Argos to Flush Hydrants

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July 7, 2019
Argos to Flush Hydrants

The Town of Argos Water Department will be flushing hydrants starting Monday, July 8th through Wednesday, July 10th.  Residents should avoid doing laundry during this time.  If you experience brown water, run your cold water for 5 minutes.  If it doesn’t clear contact the Argos Water Department.
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Plymouth basketball to host shooting camp

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July 5, 2019

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth boys and girls basketball programs will host a shooting clinic for grades 4-8 on Wednesday, July 17 from 9-12 a.m. Instruction will focus on: ● Footwork and Lower Body Mechanics ● Hand Placement ● Wrist Mechanics ● Arm and Body Alignment ● Lift and Timing ● Focus on the Target...
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Dine Around Event in Downtown Plymouth

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July 5, 2019
Dine Around Event in Downtown Plymouth

 Discover Plymouth is putting on our annual Dine-Around in Downtown Plymouth on July 13th.  The night consists of appetizers, a buffet, and dessert followed up with a concert at River Park Square by Meet the Beetles!   http://meetthebeetles.info/ Your two dinner options…. A: app at French Press, buffet at Brass Rail, and dessert at La...
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Hoover combines images that demand your attention!

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July 5, 2019
Hoover combines images that demand your attention!

Heartland Artists Gallery has a whole new look and environment due to Todd Hoover’s display. His work will perk up any who visit the Gallery. Heartland is excited to have him as our featured artist with his interactive display of masks that a visitor to the Gallery can use for a selfie. His photography,...
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Complaint accuses Porter County woman of practicing midwifery without a license

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July 4, 2019
Complaint accuses Porter County woman of practicing midwifery without a license

Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed a complaint against a Porter County woman alleging that she is acting as an unlicensed midwife for Indiana families. The complaint alleges that Julie Lentz, doing business as Sacred Lotus Midwifery Services, has failed to obtain either a certified nurse midwife license or a certified direct entry midwife...
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Gov. Holcomb Details Next Round of Community Crossings Grant Program

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July 4, 2019
Gov. Holcomb Details Next Round of Community Crossings Grant Program

Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced the next call for projects is open in the Community Crossings grant program for shovel-ready local road construction projects. Community Crossings is part of Gov. Holcomb’s Next Level Roads program, a 20-year, fully funded plan to enhance Indiana’s highways and local roads. “Our transportation infrastructure plays a crucial role...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS RELEASE GUIDEBOOKS TO HELP HOOSIERS BE MORE ACTIVE

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July 4, 2019

The Indiana State Department of Health’s Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity (DNPA) has released its Active Living Guidebook. Created in collaboration with Health by Design, the guidebook will help community leaders and advocates create more active communities throughout the state.   From 2014 to 2018, DNPA worked with Purdue Extension and Health by...
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2019 Pilgrims Baseball Summer Camp a Home Run for Campers and Coaches

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July 4, 2019
2019 Pilgrims Baseball Summer Camp a Home Run for Campers and Coaches

Dozens of students in grades kindergarten through seventh enjoyed this year’s three day Pilgrims Baseball Summer Camp that wrapped up on June 12 at Bill Nixon Field in Centennial Park. For 90-minutes beginning at 2 p.m., the camp hosted campers who finished up the 18-19 school year in grades K-3. Then from 3:30-5 p.m....
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HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES DUE TO WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY

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July 4, 2019
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES DUE TO WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY

State health officials have confirmed the presence of West Nile virus in mosquitoes in two counties and are urging Hoosiers to take steps to protect themselves from the insects and the diseases they can carry. As of July 1, mosquitoes in Elkhart and Clark counties have tested positive for West Nile virus. No human...
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