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THERE IS STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE GREAT SHAKEOUT

February 1, 2013
THERE IS STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE GREAT SHAKEOUT

 02/04/13  There’s just one week left until the Great Central U.S. Shakeout on Thursday, Feb. 7. It’s not too late to sign up at www.shakeout.org/centralus. Thursday will be the third annual Great Central US Shakeout. The shakeout is the largest earthquake drill of its kind. At 10:15 a.m., everyone in the Central U.S. is...
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Legislators make a fashion statement in fight against cancer

February 1, 2013

02/04/13 Guest Column St. Rep. Tim Harman, House Dist. 17 The Statehouse sounded more like a basketball gym on Monday as the squeak of sneakers could be heard throughout the day. I joined other House legislators and staff, sporting sneakers to work with my suit to raise awareness of preventative measures to fight cancer....
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SPIRIT OF AMERICA FLAG DEDICATED TO CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI

February 1, 2013
SPIRIT OF AMERICA FLAG DEDICATED TO CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI

  02/04/13 On behalf of The Spirit of American Foundation, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) received an honorary flag at her district office earlier today.  The flag was presented by Mishawaka naval veteran Dale Hemphill, founder of the veteran non-profit organization that recognizes our fallen heroes across the country. “The Spirit of America flag symbolizes...
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Mrs. Phyllis E. Kuhn – 84 – of Bourbon

February 1, 2013

Deaton Clemens Funeral Home in Bourbon is in charge of arrangements.
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MONA R. BRYAN – 84 – from Plymouth fromerly of Argos

February 1, 2013

Click Johnson Danileson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Prosecutor Charges Anglemyer with 9 Counts

January 31, 2013
Prosecutor Charges Anglemyer with 9 Counts

  02/01/13 Charges were filed in Marshall Superior Court I against Chase Tanner Anglemyer of Wakarusa on Thursday. The Marshall County Prosecutor’s office is charging Alglemyer with attempted murder a class A felony, battery by means of a deadly weapon a class D felony, battery resulting in serious bodily injury a class C felony,...
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Nurse at Plymouth Miller’s Merry Manor Arrested for Theft

January 31, 2013
Nurse at Plymouth Miller’s Merry Manor Arrested for Theft

  02/01/13 An investigation conducted by the Indiana State Police landed a Lakeville woman behind bars. Tuesday state police were notified that a resident of Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth was the victim of a theft. Police were informed that a resident had discovered one of their credit cards was missing. Trooper Jason Faulstich...
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Taylor Pleas to Arson at Marathon Station

January 31, 2013
Taylor Pleas to Arson at Marathon Station

  02/01/13  In February of 2010 Detective Leo Mangus investigated an arson at the Marathon Station located at 2405 North Michigan Street.  One of the suspects, Maranda L. Taylor was charged with arson and insurance fraud.  Wednesday she plead guilty to a C felony for arson with intent to commit fraud.  Taylor was sentenced...
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Ribbon Cutting at Upper Crust Pizzeria

January 31, 2013
Ribbon Cutting at Upper Crust Pizzeria

  02/01/13 Wednesday afternoon Mayor Mark Senter and Councilman Duane Culp attended a ribbon cutting ceremony for Upper Crust Pizzeria at 112 South Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.   Owners Gwen and Keith West opens the pizzeria on October 16th and have been making the best homemade pizzas in the area, especially the Chicago...
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SJRMC Plymouth 2012 Associate of the Year

January 31, 2013
SJRMC Plymouth 2012 Associate of the Year

  02/01/13SJRMC’s “Associate of the Month” and “Associate of the Year” program is an opportunity for leadership to recognize, reward and say “Thank-You” for a job well done to non-management associates who demonstrate our Mission and values. Each month two non-management associates are selected by leadership throughout the entire SJRMC system, one for the...
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