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Donnelly Statement on Student Loan Interest Rates

July 10, 2013
Donnelly Statement on Student Loan Interest Rates

  07/11/13 Wednesday Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement in advance of a procedural vote on legislation that would lower interest rates on new subsidized Stafford loans. “Access to affordable, high-quality education is critical to closing the skills gap and creating the highly-skilled workforce that meets the needs of our economy.  It is...
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PHS Girls Soccer Camp

July 10, 2013
PHS Girls Soccer Camp

    07/11/13  The PHS Girls Soccer Team will be holding a camp for younger girls grades kindergarten through eighth grade.  Camp will be held on Monday, July 22nd through Thursday, July 25th from 6 PM to 7:30 PM at PHS KINDT Soccer Plex. The camp will run by P.H.S. girl’s high school coaches...
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City Police Investigate Dog Bite Incident on Dickman Street

July 9, 2013
City Police Investigate Dog Bite Incident on Dickman Street

  07/10/13 A severe dog bite incident last week on Dickman Street was investigated by Plymouth Police and has been determined to be an accidental bite.  Officer John Weir was called by the social worker at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth on Wednesday, one day after the incident.  Officer Weir responded to...
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Update on Wednesday’s Water Main Flushing

July 9, 2013
Update on Wednesday’s Water Main Flushing

  07/10/13 An update on the City Water Main Flushing Project.   The area for Wednesday July 10th will have city crew in the neighborhoods, east of South Michigan, south of Pennsylvania Avenue and north of the Webster School. The Plymouth Water Department hydrant flushing of the water mains will continue for this month and...
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Baker Street & Fairbanks Avenue Closed for Reconstruction Project

July 9, 2013
Baker Street & Fairbanks Avenue Closed for Reconstruction Project

  07/10/13 Bill Masuar, Project Manager with Phend and Brown announced Tuesday morning the closure of Baker Street and Franklin Street for the reconstruction project that includes removing all the asphalt, concrete curbs, sidewalks, and driveways in the city’s right of way and replacing them with new.      Starting Tuesday morning (7/10/13), Baker...
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Indiana State Police Launch Public Website Displaying School Bus Inspection Records

July 9, 2013
Indiana State Police Launch Public Website Displaying School Bus Inspection Records

  07/10/13 The Indiana State Police, in accordance with state law, conduct inspections of all school buses used to transport children to public and private schools. All buses are inspected annually. Buses more than 12 model years old are inspected biannually. While school bus inspection reports are a public record, historically there was not...
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Runners and Walkers Turn Out for Ta-Ta Trot

July 9, 2013
Runners and Walkers Turn Out for Ta-Ta Trot

  07/10/13 Overcast skies and moderate temperatures created the perfect setting for the 166 participants who crossed the finished line at the 5th annual Ta-Ta Trot which took place Saturday morning behind Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth.  Proceeds from the race benefit the Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Fund, which is one of many recipients...
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Culver’s Antiquarian & Historial Society Annual Meeting

July 9, 2013
Culver’s Antiquarian & Historial Society Annual Meeting

  07/10/13 A program on the history of the “Launches of Lake Maxinkuckee” will take place this Saturday, July 13, as part of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver’s annual meeting, which begins at 10 a.m. in the large meeting room of the Culver Public Library located at 107 North Main Street in...
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Plymouth’s Trinity United Methodist Church “Back to School Bash”

July 9, 2013
Plymouth’s Trinity United Methodist Church “Back to School Bash”

  07/10/13 Trinity United Methodist Church at 425 South Michigan Street in Plymouth, will be hosting Back to School Bash, on Saturday, July 27, from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. in the church parking lot.  School supplies, backpacks, children’s clothing, and more will be offered for a free will offering.  In this way, they hope...
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Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood Donors

July 9, 2013
Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood Donors

  07/10/13 The American Red Cross issued an emergency request for platelet and blood donors of all blood types to roll up a sleeve and give because many fewer donations than expected were received in June and the first week of July. “We are counting on generous volunteer blood and platelet donors to step...
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