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Plows Hit The Roads During First Winter Snow

November 8, 2010
Plows Hit The Roads During First Winter Snow

11/09/10 With the first snow falls in northern Indiana on Friday and Saturday, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) had plow and salt trucks on the roads.  “INDOT was prepared for the first snow and our trucks hit the roads Saturday morning,” said Mike McPhillips, LaPorte District Deputy Commissioner. “We’re encouraging Hoosier drivers to remember proper...
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Christmas tree Farms Prepare for Busy Season

November 8, 2010
Christmas tree Farms Prepare for Busy Season

11/09/10 At an Indiana Tree Farm the family can go together into the field to select the freshest tree possible from a variety of species while creating a family experience.  Harvesting a tree from the field gives the family memories that will last through the holiday season and beyond.  Tree farms are busy year...
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POACHER HOTLINE READY FOR ANOTHER BUSY SEASON

November 8, 2010
POACHER HOTLINE READY FOR ANOTHER BUSY SEASON

11/09/10 Hoosier hunters looking to report wildlife violations this hunting season should look to Indiana’s Turn In a Poacher hotline.   According to Indiana Conservation Officer/PIO John Salb, the Turn In a Poacher (TIP) hotline is a reward based program, similar to crime stoppers, established as an outlet for sportsmen and the general public to...
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Donnelly’s Statement on Pelosi’s Decision to Run for Minority Leader

November 8, 2010
Donnelly’s Statement on Pelosi’s Decision to Run for Minority Leader

11/09/10 On Fridayafternoon Congressman Joe Donnelly issued the following statement after learning that Speaker Nancy Pelosi has decided to run for Minority Leader: “I am disappointed that Speaker Pelosi is going to seek the position of Minority Leader,” said Donnelly.  “I strongly believe we need a change in leadership to reflect the desires of...
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CELIA M. BEEHLER – 86 – of Plymouth

November 8, 2010

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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ESTHER E. OLIVER – 94 – of Plymouth

November 8, 2010
ESTHER E. OLIVER – 94 – of Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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GUADALUPE “LUPE’ DUENEZ – 67 – of Plymouth

November 8, 2010

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A.S.K. For Flowers Celebrates Expansion Completion with Ribbon Cutting

November 7, 2010
A.S.K. For Flowers Celebrates Expansion Completion with Ribbon Cutting

11/08/10 A.S.K. For Flowers celebrated the completion of their store extension, doubling their square footage for the flower and gift shop. With an eight foot opening connecting the two buildings the expansion gives way to a broader display of gifts.  For now the new addition contains a large and beautiful Christmas store.  The addition...
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Argos Town Board Hires Umpaugh to Create Management Reports

November 7, 2010
Argos Town Board Hires Umpaugh to Create Management Reports

11/08/10 Last Wednesday night, the Argos Town Council decided to hire Umbaugh & Associates to prepare the Utility Financial Management Reports.  The reports are a tool for the Council and Superintendent to use for operating budget and capital decisions.  The information can determine if the current utility rates are correct or if there is...
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City Officers Make Arrests

November 7, 2010
City Officers Make Arrests

11/08/10 On Tuesday, November 2nd at 9:18 PM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 26 year old Travis A. Davis of Pennsylvania Avenue. Davis was arrested on an active warrant through Marshall County for criminal mischief charges.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a $1,000...
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