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Triton’s DI Team Preforms for School Board

July 13, 2012
Triton’s DI Team Preforms for School Board

  07/16/12 The Triton School Board met on July 9th at 7:00 P.M.  Representatives of the Destination Imagination (DI) team were present to show the board the types of activities they perform at a DI competition. They preformed a “Minute Challenge” and had to construct a device from paper that would keep marbles from...
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NIPSCO Cautions Customers to Energy Credit Scam

July 13, 2012
NIPSCO Cautions Customers to Energy Credit Scam

  O7/16/12  Spurred by customer reports, NIPSCO and utility companies nationwide are warning residents about a credit scam in which victims are asked to provide personal information in exchange for energy bill credits from the government. Reports from NIPSCO customers impacted by the scam began late last week. To date, NIPSCO has documented nearly...
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Dance Your Way to a Healthy Lifestyle

July 13, 2012
Dance Your Way to a Healthy Lifestyle

  07/16/12 Fitness Forum at LifePlex will be hosting its Free Community Outreach Education on July 17th from 6:30 -7:30pm. Mewsette Cartwright Director of LifePlex Dance Academy will be the guest speaker. Cartwright will be sharing the many health benefits of dance including building a stronger marriage relationship and increasing your social ties. A FREE...
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Website Keeps Me Informed

July 13, 2012
Website Keeps Me Informed

  I would like to thank you for keeping a nice web site, This is the way I am able to keep up with my sister Cyndi from Plymouth and know what the weather is like and what is going on around the town. Thanks to you all. P.S sorry so hot there Bradley...
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Trail of Broken Promises broken again but not beat

July 13, 2012
Trail of Broken Promises broken again but not beat

  7/16/12 On July 10 the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a new  highway can be built on the wetlands at Lawrence, Kansas. A panel of three judges unanimously ruled that government environmental studies were adequate to allow major highway construction through the wetlands area. This was a blow to the group...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

July 13, 2012

07/13/12 You might have heard the governor announce that a big state budget surplus means you’re going to be getting a refund from the state of Indiana. Sounds good. When’s the check coming? After all, a refund means the check is in the mail, right? Uhh, not exactly. Even though the governor likes to...
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Fundraising for Morgan Uceny’s Parents to Travel to Olympics in London

July 12, 2012
Fundraising for Morgan Uceny’s Parents to Travel to Olympics in London

07/13/12 How much does it cost to attend the 2012 Summer Olympics in London?  It costs at least $10,000 for airfare, hotel and tickets to some of the Track & Field events. Brenda and Marty Uceny of Plymouth will be traveling to the Olympics in August to watch their daughter, and PHS graduate Morgan...
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Donnelly Raises Over $900,000 in 2nd Quarter and Has Nearly $1.4 Million On Hand

July 12, 2012
Donnelly Raises Over $900,000 in 2nd Quarter and Has Nearly $1.4 Million On Hand

   07/13/12 Thursday, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate announced that he raised $924,814.57 in the second quarter of 2012 and has $1,382,323.60 cash on hand. “Joe is honored to receive such strong support in his effort to be Indiana’s next U.S. Senator,” said Paul Tencher, campaign manager.  “He will continue to travel across...
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Visit the Greyhound, Listen to Dog Stories, and Non-Profits at Farmers’ Market Saturday

July 12, 2012
Visit the Greyhound, Listen to Dog Stories, and Non-Profits at Farmers’ Market Saturday

  07/13/12This Saturday, in addition to the freshest of the fresh produce and flowers, youngsters will have an opportunity to visit with Traveler, the greyhound, and listen to dog stories beginning at 9:30, He’s very excited. Not-for-Profit groups on hand will be Marshall County Foster Parents with information on their services. The Red Cross...
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Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

July 12, 2012
Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

  07/13/12 Leadership Marshall County is accepting applications for Class XVIII.  Applications are due on July 30, 2012. Leadership Marshall County is a nine month program designed to inform and support current and future leaders of Marshall County.  This program identifies, develops and inspires community leaders through education and skills development, involving sessions taught...
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