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Ancilla, Ounce of Prevention Team Up for Highly Successful ‘Chargers for Change’

February 15, 2011
Ancilla, Ounce of Prevention Team Up for Highly Successful ‘Chargers for Change’

02/16/11 The Ancilla College athletic department and the Ounce of Prevention Foundation collected $2,125 to support breast cancer awareness through the efforts of their highly successful “Chargers for Change” event on Saturday. Held at the LifePlex in conjunction with the men’s and women’s basketball games, all proceeds were used to benefit the Saint Joseph...
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Michiana Contracting to Donate LED Bulbs for City Traffic Signals

February 15, 2011
Michiana Contracting to Donate LED Bulbs for City Traffic Signals

02/16/11 Drivers in Plymouth will notice a change in the lights used in the traffic signals in the near future thanks to the generosity of Michiana Contracting. Governmental agencies across the nation have been changing from incandescent traffic signal bulbs to the more efficient LED bulbs.  Over the last several years Michiana Contracting has...
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Preliminary Census Numbers for Marshall County Released

February 15, 2011
Preliminary Census Numbers for Marshall County Released

02/16/11 The preliminary Marshall County 2010 Census figures are in.   Marshall County grew 4% during the last 10 years from 45,128 to 47, 051.  Indiana grew at a 6.6% rate.  Most of Indiana’s growth occurred in the center part of the state.  Hamilton and Hendricks counties were the fastest growing areas of the state....
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Triton School Board gets Update on Food Services Program

February 15, 2011
Triton School Board gets Update on Food Services Program

02/16/11 The Triton School Board heard a lunch service report during their regular meeting on February 14 from Peggy Patrick. Patrick apprised the board members on a number of items that will be altering the food services at the schools within the next few months including equipment concerns, raising meal prices for students, and...
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Heminger House at Capacity, Asking Public for Assistance

February 15, 2011
Heminger House at Capacity, Asking Public for Assistance

02/16/11 The Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children, a safe home for victims of domestic violence, is again at capacity. Since its opening in September 2008, the shelter has been at capacity only twice before.   Director Annette Wojcik said she is asking the general public for help in assisting these people.  The shelter...
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The Plymouth Optimist Club Announces Tri-Star Basketball Contest Winners

February 15, 2011
The Plymouth Optimist Club Announces Tri-Star Basketball Contest Winners

02/16/11 The Optimist Club of Plymouth held its annual Tri-Star Basketball Contest on Saturday, February 5th, at the Plymouth High School.  Despite the snow, it was a successful afternoon for some of Plymouth’s boys and girls ages 8-13.  The Tri-Star Contest is made up of three events; shooting, passing and dribbling.  Each contestant competes...
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Live Mannequins Promote Promenade to Prom

February 15, 2011
Live Mannequins Promote Promenade to Prom

02/16/11 Five talented high school girls did a great job Friday night… posing as LIVE mannequins in the windows at City Center to promote Tri Kappa’s Promenade to Prom on February 25th. Several pictures show their talent, and they did test a few people walking downtown Friday evening, were they real people or not!!!...
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Bremen Post Releases January Enforcement Activity

February 15, 2011
Bremen Post Releases January Enforcement Activity

02/16/11 The Bremen State Police Post had the following enforcement activity for January 2011.  This Indiana State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued                          1,123 Warnings issued                                  2,170 D.U.I. arrests                                              30 Criminal arrests                                       135 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs)   56  The Indiana...
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Friend Report

February 15, 2011

02/15/11 On Friday, February 11, I spoke to the trustees of the University of Indianapolis. My subject was about the session in general, but specifically about the budget and the State Student Assistance Commission (SSACI) appropriation. Independent colleges are concerned about losing student aid because of budget shortfalls. It is a very legitimate concern....
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Jim Vinall Files for Mayor on Democrat Ticket

February 14, 2011
Jim Vinall Files for Mayor on Democrat Ticket

02/15/11 Local businessman Jim Vinall threw his hair into the ring for Mayor of Plymouth, literally. Monday afternoon Vinall with the moral support of Rich Huff stopped in at the Marshall County Clerks office and filed as a candidate for Plymouth Mayor on the democrat ticket. A graduate of PHS Jim Vinall was in...
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