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Gain Hands-On Training to Land a Job in the RV Industry in a New One Week Course

January 22, 2015
Gain Hands-On Training to Land a Job in the RV Industry in a New One Week Course

ELKHART COUNTY – Ivy Tech Community College offers a new learning experience for residents interested in acquiring hands‑on training and other key skills needed to jump start a career in the recreational vehicle (RV) industry.  The RV Industry Production Associate Training Program is a 40-hour, 1 week course supported by Lippert Components, Inc., Patrick Industries, Inc., and Thor Industries....
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Miller’s Assisted Living Raises Money for Humane Society with Pennies for Paws & Pet Treats

January 22, 2015
Miller’s Assisted Living Raises Money for Humane Society with Pennies for Paws & Pet Treats

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living Community are gearing up for their annual Pennies for Paws campaign.  The Pennies for Paws campaign begins in February when residents and staff begin collecting their loose change to donate to the Marshall County Humane Society.  The change adds up to dollars and the Humane Society uses the donation...
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PHS Bowling Team Ties for Michiana West Conference

January 22, 2015
PHS Bowling Team Ties for Michiana West Conference

The Plymouth High School Boys Bowling Team tied with Riley for the Michiana West Conference.  Other schools in the conference include Penn, Clay, New Prairie, Mishawaka, John Adams, Bremen, South Bend Saint Joseph, John Glenn, Argos and LaVille. The high scores for Plymouth were Brandon Smith with 297and Blake Smith with a 226 with...
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Hand Washing for Health at Triton

January 22, 2015
Hand Washing for Health at Triton

Students in Mrs. Cathy Strycker’s third grade classroom at Triton Elementary School have been learning about being healthy this semester. In class students had a chance to see just how effective hand washing can be in fighting germs that can make us sick.  Students were sprinkled with glitter to represent germs, and then asked to clean...
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Walorski Votes to Protect Life

January 22, 2015
Walorski Votes to Protect Life

WASHINGTON D.C. – Thursday, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) a champion of pro-life issues, voted to support legislation that would prohibit taxpayer funding of elective abortions, no matter where in the federal system these may occur. H.R. 7, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2015 legislation will exclude federal funding from...
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Eagle hockey takes Penn

January 22, 2015

CULVER MILITARY (A) 7, PENN 5 at Culver FIRST PERIOD CMA – Mischa Subotin (Luka Prpic) 13:59. P – Kyle Cocquyt (Lucas Forbes) 10:22. P – Tyler Lindzy (AJ Crawford, Jack Savage) 4:52. SECOND PERIOD CMA – Peyton Frantti (Subotin) pp, 12:43. P – Cocquyt (Forbes) 12:33. CMA – Frantti (Prpic) 8:45. CMA – Frantti (Brock Paul, Chris Neu) 8:31. P...
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Lady Pilgrims take big home win

January 22, 2015

PLYMOUTH – It was everything that you might expect as Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims took on Rochester and it was Plymouth hanging on for a 46-36 win. “It was a great win for us,” said Plymouth head coach Dave Duncan. “When the game had to be dictated we were able to hit free throws down...
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Report: Indiana Manufacturing Jobs Pay $1.90 More an Hour Than Other Jobs

January 22, 2015
Report: Indiana Manufacturing Jobs Pay $1.90 More an Hour Than Other Jobs

Washington, D.C. – Full-time manufacturing jobs for non-college degree workers pay a wage premium of more than $3,700 annually over jobs in other economic sectors and have a significant positive impact on the U.S. economy, according to a new report issued today by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). In Indiana, the report shows, the average manufacturing...
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Application to Open Sunday for PBL in Plymouth Schools

January 22, 2015
Application to Open Sunday for PBL in Plymouth Schools

Parents of students who might be interested in signing up for Project Based Learning classes (PBL) offered at the Plymouth Schools may submit an application for the Washington Discovery Academy (K-4), Innovation Academy Riverside (5 & 6), Innovation Academy Lincoln (7 & 8) or the Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School for...
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Construction moves ahead on new SJRMC emergency room

January 21, 2015

PLYMOUTH – Construction moves ahead on Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s (SJRMC) expansion at its Plymouth campus with a new, state-of-the-art Emergency Department. SJRMC broke ground for the new 12,000 square-foot Emergency Department onMarch 28 and hopes to have the doors open on Phase one of the project in July of this year. The new...
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