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1st Graders Learn About College by Walking Into their Future at Ancilla College

September 25, 2016
1st Graders Learn About College by Walking Into their Future at Ancilla College

  All first graders in Marshall County Public Schools had the opportunity to visit Ancilla College on Friday, September 23rd as part of the Marshall County Promise’s “Walk Into My Future”.   The students had finished lessons in the classroom about what a college is for and what they want to be in the...
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2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, October 8

September 25, 2016
2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, October 8

The Triton Distinguished Young Woman Board of Directors is proud to announce the seven young ladies who will vie to become the 53rd Distinguished Young Woman of Triton. Tickets to the scholarship program, to be held on Saturday, October 8, 2016, can be purchased from the contestants or at the door for $6. Triton’s Performing...
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Country Auto Center makes donation to Plymouth Jr League Baseball.

September 25, 2016
Country Auto Center makes donation to Plymouth Jr League Baseball.

Baseball, apple pie, and Chevrolet…! Country Chevrolet of Plymouth and Chevrolet Motor teamed up for a test drive with the Plymouth Jr. Baseball League this past summer and raised $675.00 for the League.   In addition the league also received equipment such as equipment bags, batting tees, and T-shirts. This is the 3rd year of...
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Donnelly to Support Overriding President Obama’s Veto on Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act

September 25, 2016
Donnelly to Support Overriding President Obama’s Veto on Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced he will vote to override President Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. The bill would allow foreign governments believed to be involved in terror attacks on U.S. soil to be sued in U.S. courts. The legislation has been long-sought by families of 9/11 victims.   Donnelly...
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City Police Seek Public’s Assistance in Identify Female Suspect

September 25, 2016
City Police Seek Public’s Assistance in Identify Female Suspect

The Plymouth Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a female subject who was photographed at Wal-Mart. The older woman is of interest to the Plymouth Police Department in a case of theft from one of the local businesses. If you recognize the subject on the WTCA website at am1050.com or our...
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NIPSCO Environmental Remediation Project in Plymouth

September 25, 2016
NIPSCO Environmental Remediation Project in Plymouth

  Angie Nelson Deuitch, Public Affairs Manager with NIPSCO announced plans to address environmental impacts related to the former gas manufacturing operations on the property at 500 West Monroe Street in Plymouth. NIPSCO has evaluated the site where they manufactured gas from coal and oil. NIPSCO and predecessor companies operated one of these plants...
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Barn Lost in Fire

September 25, 2016
Barn Lost in Fire

The LaPaz Fire Department responded to a structure Fire Friday morning just after 5 a.m.  The barn, at 880 King Road was totally engulfed in flames. Lakeville Fire and the Plymouth Fire Department assisted in extinguishing the blaze that took several hours knock the blaze down. Fire fighters were able to contain the fire...
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Covered Bridge Wins License Plate Vote

September 25, 2016
Covered Bridge Wins License Plate Vote

After a month-long vote starting in August and ending in September, Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Kent Abernathy announced Indiana residents have chosen a covered bridge design to replace the outgoing Bicentennial license plate. “The first day of fall is a great time to announce the covered bridge license plate is our winner,” said...
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School Administrators Educated on Transgender Accommodations

September 23, 2016
School Administrators Educated on Transgender Accommodations

Area schools continue to ensure that all students are free from bullying and harassment in general. However, protecting transgender students from discrimination and meeting their needs often means creating a dialogue among students, parents/guardians, and school counselors and administrators. Transgender students have a gender identity that is not always consistent with their assigned sex....
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August 2016 Unemployment Rate

September 23, 2016
August 2016 Unemployment Rate

Indiana set all-time highs in total labor force (3,379,290) and total number of employed (3,226,385) as the state’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate dipped to 4.5 percent in the month of August. The unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed people as a percentage of the labor...
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