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IN Senator Randy Head Highlights New Legislation

June 19, 2015
IN Senator Randy Head Highlights New Legislation

This year, the General Assembly passed legislation to provide Hoosiers greater access to health care without unnecessary government intrusion. Some of these new laws include: Indiana’s Medical Health Shield law, which will encourage more doctors to offer basic volunteer care by protecting them from frivolous lawsuits; The “Right to Try” law, which offers patients with a...
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Deadline Approaches for 21st Century Scholarship Applications

June 19, 2015
Deadline Approaches for 21st Century Scholarship Applications

The 2015 deadline for Indiana 7th and 8th grade students to apply for Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program is Tuesday, June 30. The 21st Century Scholars program provides up to four years of tuition and fees for low income students who meet certain goals and requirements outlined in an agreement called the “Scholar Pledge.” The pledge...
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August is the Mayor’s Month of Music in River Park Square

June 19, 2015
August is the Mayor’s Month of Music in River Park Square

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is excited to announce a new event!  The Mayor’s Month of Music will take place at the Performance Stage at River Park Square on each Friday evening in August.  “I love the music that the Park Department has brought to the stage at River Park Square in June and Encore...
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Vandalism at Freedom Park

June 18, 2015
Vandalism at Freedom Park

The all-inclusive playground, Freedom Park, in Packard Woods isn’t even complete yet and the vandalism has already started. Tuesday evening someone one spray painted on the concrete sidewalks around the play structure.  A small amount of paint was also located by workers on the specialized rubber surface. Summer employees from the Plymouth Park Department...
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Coming up: Double Features, Open Wheel Wednesday and Fireworks

June 18, 2015
Coming up:  Double Features, Open Wheel Wednesday and Fireworks

The crew at the Playground of Power is about to embark on a busySaturday with double features and even more coming up in the next week.Due to rainy conditions last week, several features will be made up for double the fun.  Your favorite drivers in the Dickies Restaurant 600 Non-Wing Sprints, WTCA Super Streets, Walmart...
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Wednesday Arrests by Bremen Police

June 18, 2015
Wednesday Arrests by Bremen Police

On Wednesday, June 17 about 4:45 in the afternoon Bremen police officers were dispatched to the 500 block of South Shumaker Street in Bremen for a domestic dispute.   Upon arrival officers were informed that one party involved in the dispute had left in a vehicle.    A short time later officers located the vehicle and stopped it...
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Governor Pence Ceremonially Signs “Jenny’s Law”

June 18, 2015
Governor Pence Ceremonially Signs “Jenny’s Law”

Indianapolis – Thursday, Governor Mike Pence ceremonially signed “Jenny’s Law”, SEA 94, which lengthens the statute of limitations for rape in the state of Indiana. “‘Jenny’s Law’ marks an important milestone in the life of our state as well as in the lives of victims of sexual assault,” said Governor Pence. “This law would...
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Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter Highlights Rules on Yard & Garage Sales

June 18, 2015
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter Highlights Rules on Yard & Garage Sales

This month, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is highlighting the city rules on yard and garage sales and the signage for such. Senter said, “It is garage and yard sale time again.  For some it’s a moving sale.  For others it happens once a decade.  For the dedicated, it’s as often as they can…and sometimes...
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M.C. Veteran Service Officer Releases Additional Benefits for Air Force Veterans

June 18, 2015
M.C. Veteran Service Officer Releases Additional Benefits for Air Force Veterans

Marshall County Veteran Service Officer, Pam Schweizer-Betz released the following information from the Department of Veterans Affairs and said, “The first paragraph in this is very important.  We need to let our veterans know about this so they can apply.”  She continued, “They will want to have a Veteran Service Officer help them with...
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Ancilla College Hosts Seventh Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

June 18, 2015

DONALDSON – The 7th annual Tri Ancilla event was held on Saturday, June 6th, under sunny skies and warm temperatures. A field of 50 participants including 47 individuals and 1 relay team of three converged upon Ancilla College and The Center at Donaldson for an exciting day of competition. Men and women, ranging in...
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