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We The People Present Kris Anne Hall this Friday

May 1, 2013
We The People Present Kris Anne Hall this Friday

  05/02/13 We the People of Marshall and Fulton Country will present Kris Anne Hall, Constitutional Attorney in “The Roots of Liberty.”  Discover the 700+ year history that gave us our founding documents.   Learn the origin and application of the principles of Liberty contained in the Bill of Rights in the words of the...
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Country Auto Center Goes to Bat for Plymouth Junior League Baseball

May 1, 2013
Country Auto Center Goes to Bat for Plymouth Junior League Baseball

  05/02/13 Country Auto Center is partnering with the Plymouth Junior League Baseball in Plymouth.  Country Auto Center has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program to provide new equipment, a monetary contribution, invitations to FREE instructional clinics, and an opportunity for community members to enter the Free Chevrolet vehicle sweepstakes.  “Youth...
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WALORSKI, INDIANA REPRESENTATIVES REQUEST ANSWERS REGARDING MEDICAL DEVICE IMPACT ON VETERANS

May 1, 2013
WALORSKI, INDIANA REPRESENTATIVES REQUEST ANSWERS REGARDING MEDICAL DEVICE IMPACT ON VETERANS

  05/02/13 As the only member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) led a letter to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) supported by bipartisan members of Indiana’s delegation.  The letter asks Secretary Shinseki to explain how the new tax will impact access to quality care for veterans who rely...
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WGU Indiana Creates Largest Scholarship Offering in School History

May 1, 2013
WGU Indiana Creates Largest Scholarship Offering in School History

05/02/13 WGU Indiana is now accepting applications for $100,000 in new Taking Indiana to a Higher Degree Scholarships. This is the largest scholarship offering in the university’s history. “This new scholarship opportunity is a direct result of WGU Indiana’s intentional focus on breaking down barriers to degree attainment,” WGU Indiana Chancellor Allison Barber said....
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Stealy & Saunders Split Plymouth Features

May 1, 2013
Stealy & Saunders Split Plymouth Features

  05/02/13 Dawson Stealy and Garrett Saunders grabbed feature victories in the opening events of the brand-new USAC 600 Sprint Car Series races Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. Stealy won the non-winged open feature after holding off Jordon Lambert. Billy Cribbs, Mike Gass and Adam Barth completed the top five. Prior to Saturday Saunders...
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OPAL ELOISE JONES – 98 – formerly of Plymouth

April 30, 2013
OPAL ELOISE JONES – 98 – formerly of Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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NORMAN CHARLES CROUCH – 75 – from Plymouth

April 30, 2013
NORMAN  CHARLES  CROUCH – 75 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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2 Arrested in Tuesday Meth Bust

April 30, 2013
2 Arrested in Tuesday Meth Bust

  05/01/13 Tuesday morning just after 6:30 police officers with the Indiana State Police, Plymouth Police Department and Marshall County Sheriff’s Office served a warrant at 313 West Washington Street.     There were two people arrested at the property, Jamie Wacasey and Karla Felix.  They were arrested for manufacturing methamphetamines with 1000 feet...
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WALORSKI COMPLETES “BUILDING BETTER BUSINESS” TOUR IN PLYMOUTH

April 30, 2013
WALORSKI COMPLETES “BUILDING BETTER BUSINESS” TOUR IN PLYMOUTH

  05/01/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) completed a district-wide “Building Better Business” tour Tuesday evening at a joint meeting with the Plymouth and Culver Chambers of Commerce.  At a roundtable discussion with local business owners and volunteers, Walorski learned important updates on relevant issues affecting economic growth in Northern Indiana.   “Hard-working Hoosiers have...
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ISTEP Testing Issues at Plymouth and LaVille

April 30, 2013
ISTEP Testing Issues at Plymouth and LaVille

  05/01/13 ISTEP (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress)testing for students in grades three through eight all over the state have experienced interruptions over the past two days, according to the Indiana Department of Educational (IDOE). The problems are stemming from computer glitches. Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz, issued a statement on...
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