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Heminger House Shelter Receives Proceeds from Mayor’s Ball

January 25, 2011
Heminger House Shelter Receives Proceeds from Mayor’s Ball

01/26/11 Monday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter presented Annie Wojcik, Executive Director of the Heminger House Women and Children’s Shelter with a check.  The presentation represents the proceeds from the Mayor’s Ball held November 22nd at Christo’s Banquet Center.  The “Unforgettable” evening included a fabulous meal including a number of delicious desserts to choose...
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Gypsy Moth Treatment Public Meetings

January 25, 2011
Gypsy Moth Treatment Public Meetings

01/26/11 The DNR will conduct public meetings for proposed gypsy moth treatments in or part of Adams, Allen, Grant, Lake, La Porte, Marshall, Miami, Porter, Starke St. Joseph, and Wabash, counties from Jan. 25-Feb. 10, to discuss the presence of the invasive gypsy moth insect, problems associated with infestations, and methods for dealing with...
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Tax Awareness to Meet Thursday

January 25, 2011
Tax Awareness to Meet Thursday

01/26/11  The Marshall County Tax Awareness Committee will hold their first meeting of the new year on Thursday, January 27th at 7 p.m. in the Laramore Room of the Plymouth Public Library.  The January meeting will be a general business meeting open to the public.  Committee reports will be heard along with an open...
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December 2010 Indiana Employment Report

January 25, 2011
December 2010 Indiana Employment Report

01/26/11 Indiana’s preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate dropped 0.3 percent to 9.5 percent in December 2010, a 0.2 percent decrease from one year ago. The last time Indiana’s unemployment rate was at 9.5 percent was February 2009. The number of unemployed Hoosiers is below 300,000 for the first time since January 2009. Private sector employment...
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SAVE ON WINTER HEATING BILLS WITH THESE HELPFUL TIPS FROM NIPSCO

January 25, 2011
SAVE ON WINTER HEATING BILLS WITH THESE HELPFUL TIPS FROM NIPSCO

01/26/11  With Jan., Feb. and Mar. accounting for the largest natural gas bills throughout the year for Northern Indiana Public Service (NIPSCO) customers – primarily due to increased usage from colder temperatures – it is a great opportunity to take advantage of available energy efficiency programs and simple do-it-yourself tips to help manage bills....
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Plymouth Wrestling Club Good Showing at Crown Point

January 25, 2011
Plymouth Wrestling Club Good Showing at Crown Point

01/26/11  The Plymouth Wrestling Club had a spectacular weekend with nine of ten wrestlers finishing in the top four in their age and weight divisions during their second match of the season at Crown Point.  Chi Bowen and Andrew Himes each came home with first place medals for their weight class in the 7-8...
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Bremen Post Releases December Enforcement Activity

January 25, 2011
Bremen Post Releases December Enforcement Activity

01/26/11 The Bremen State Police Post had the following enforcement activity for December 2010.  This Indiana State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued                         748 Warnings issued                               1,511 D.U.I. arrests                                           42 Criminal arrests                                     90 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs)...
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Earthworks Market Relocates

January 25, 2011
Earthworks Market Relocates

01/26/11 Earthworks announced today that its Market will move from its present location in the City Center building to a new location at 701 E Jefferson Street.  Moving into the larger building will give Earthworks the opportunity to better serve the Plymouth community.  When the renovations are completed, 701 East Jefferson will house, in...
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JEREMY TODD YOUNG – 40 – from Culver

January 25, 2011
JEREMY TODD YOUNG – 40 – from Culver

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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A Teacher is a Role Model 24/7

January 25, 2011

01/25/11 Historically educators at school and home are role models to students. Communities should demand that, not just policy. It is documented fact that PCS superintendents have repeatedly violated policy in their chosen actions against PCS employees, at least one other band teacher and two coaches—but no one holds these administrators accountable for their...
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