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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON DEATH OF LIBYAN DICTATOR QADDAFI

October 20, 2011
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON DEATH OF LIBYAN DICTATOR QADDAFI

10/21/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. “The death of Qaddafi is welcome news to the Libyan people who are seeking greater freedoms and an end to brutal oppression.  In June, I voted for a resolution granting authorization for the limited use of force...
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Manicures at Miller’s

October 20, 2011
Manicures at Miller’s

10/21/11 Mary Kay consultant Melinda Satorius takes time out of her busy schedule once a month to pamper the residents of Miller’s Senior Living in Plymouth.  Melinda enjoys spending time with the residents and often brings her three children with her to the manicure sessions.  The children interact with the “grandmas and grandpas” while...
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Coffee With Coats next Tuesday

October 19, 2011
Coffee With Coats next Tuesday

10/20/11 Mayor Mark Senter announced that U.S. Senator Dan Coats will be in Plymouth next week on Tuesday for “Coffee with Coats.” Coats is the junior United States Senator from Indiana and member of the Republican Party. He was in the United States Senate from 1989 to 1999, retired, and then returned in 2011....
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“Pride of Plymouth” Ends Season with a Gold

October 19, 2011
“Pride of Plymouth” Ends Season with a Gold

10/20/11 The Plymouth High School’s “Pride OF Plymouth” ended their 2011 Marching Season taking home a Gold at the Lafayette Regional last weekend.  While the top 10, out of a very competitive Class B field, go on to semi state, the community can be proud of another successful season. This is the first year...
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Plymouth Lions Club Donates Dictionaries

October 19, 2011
Plymouth Lions Club Donates Dictionaries

10/20/11 The Plymouth Lions Club visited Jefferson Elementary School on Friday, October 14th  to deliver new dictionaries to every third-grade student. The children were very excited looking up words and finding all the interesting information at the back of the dictionaries such as Braille and information on every nation. Jefferson Jets really appreciate the...
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INDOT LaPorte District Snow Related Facts

October 19, 2011
INDOT LaPorte District Snow Related Facts

10/20/11 Jim Pinkerton, Media Relations Director for INDOT released a fact sheet which details information about the LaPorte District’s winter operations for the Plymouth Sub-District.. The Plymouth Sub-District covers Saint Joseph County, Marshall County and the eastern portion of Starke County.  Information and equipment at the Plymouth facility includes: 30 snow routes 931 lane...
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Telly Award-winning online videos capture the ‘pace, sizzle, quality, and breadth’ of the Culver summer experience

October 19, 2011
Telly Award-winning online videos capture the ‘pace, sizzle, quality, and breadth’ of the Culver summer experience

10/20/11 Explaining and capturing the excitement and the depth of the Culver Summer Schools & Camps experience to the uninformed and unfamiliar have always been a challenging assignment. But if pictures are worth 1,000 words, then the Summer Camps’ award-winning online videos are speaking volumes. “For the first time we have a summer video...
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Oak Drive Project on Schedule for Mid-November Completion

October 19, 2011
Oak Drive Project on Schedule for Mid-November Completion

10/20/11 A mid-November completion of the Oak Road project seems to be still on track, but the contractors are still facing some challenges. Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul presented new change orders concerning the project to the Redevelopment Commission Tuesday night. On a high note,Gaulexplained that a reduction in costs in the amount of...
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Roann Man Charged with Numerous Federal Waterfowl Violations

October 19, 2011
Roann Man Charged with Numerous Federal Waterfowl Violations

10/20/11 Indiana Conservation Officers investigating gunshots in the early morning hours of Saturday, October 15th in northern Wabash County uncover a significant case of a hunter shooting over his legal limit of waterfowl near the Lukens Lake area.  Officer Jon Engle located two waterfowl hunters on private property who were hunting a small farm...
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Assistance is Available for Unemployed Homeowners

October 19, 2011
Assistance is Available for Unemployed Homeowners

10/20/11 The Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network (IFPN), a statewide multi-agency collaboration, committed to actively addressing Indiana’s foreclosure crisis through a variety of methods, is offering another tool for troubled homeowners throughout Indiana. The U.S. Department of the Treasury established the Housing Finance Agency Innovation Fund for the Hardest-Hit Markets (Hardest Hit Fund) to provide...
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