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Graham Arrested for Battery

March 15, 2012

03/16/12 On Friday, March 9th around 5:15pm, the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center-Plymouth Campus in reference to a female subject with a broken jaw.  Upon investigation it was reported that the injury happened during a domestic disturbance.   Robert L. Graham 41, of Plymouth was questioned and then taken...
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Arrests by City Officers

March 15, 2012
Arrests by City Officers

   03/16/12  On Friday, March 9th around 12:50pm, Plymouth Police Officer Sergeant Mark Owen responded to the 700 block of West Jefferson Street for an altercation that was taking place.  Upon arrival the officer spoke with a 40 year old female subject and a male subject, later identified as Skylar G. Todd 18, of...
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Rep. Friend’s bill to help Hoosiers avoid tax sale signed by governor

March 15, 2012
Rep. Friend’s bill to help Hoosiers avoid tax sale signed by governor

03/16/12 To help Hoosiers with delinquent property taxes avoid a tax sale, State Rep. Bill Friend (R-Macy) authored legislation to allow county treasurers to set u  p a payment plan with a taxpayer.  House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1090 was signed by Gov. Mitch Daniels and will go into effect retroactively to January 1, 2012....
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Coats Opposes Highway Bill

March 15, 2012
Coats Opposes Highway Bill

  03/16/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday voted against the two-year, $109 billion Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill. “Improving America’s infrastructure is a top priority, but Congress must find ways to pay for this spending rather than pile on more debt,” said Coats. “Although the federal highway program needs to be funded, this legislation puts Indiana...
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Bald Eagle viewing at Potato Creek State Park

March 15, 2012
Bald Eagle viewing at Potato Creek  State Park

03/16/12  Indiana Conservation Officers want to let the public know that while viewing the bald eagles at Potato Creek State Park can be fun and exciting several property regulations and federal laws need to be adhered to while visiting the State Park.  One of the property regulations under Indiana administrative Code 312 IAC 8-2-1...
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Miller’s Residents Learn About Marbles

March 15, 2012
Miller’s Residents Learn About Marbles

   03/16/12 Marble collector Annette Ray of Bourbon spoke to residents and guests at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Tuesday afternoon. Ray first became interested in marbles when she happened to swallow one as a child. She has been collecting marbles for approximately twenty years. Ray believes people collect items for a variety of...
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“Caring Place Home for Boys” in Kenya Discussed at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

March 15, 2012
“Caring Place Home for Boys” in Kenya Discussed at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

03/16/12 Sister Germaine Hustedde was the featured presenter for March’s Lampen Lecture at Ancilla College. She spoke about her experiences founding Caring Place, a home for boys in Mitunguu, Kenya. Sr. Germaine is a Poor Handmaid of Jesus Christ. Her service has also included a number of years in Germany and India.   The...
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Cecil Martin – 81 – from Plymouth

March 14, 2012
Cecil Martin – 81 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Catch the Spirit Gala to Honor Ajean and Bud Treat

March 14, 2012
Catch the Spirit Gala to Honor Ajean and Bud Treat

  03/15/12 Owners of Treat’s Squire Shop to be Honored at  SJRMC/Plymouth’s ‘Catch the Spirit’ Gala April 20 Tickets are now available for Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s  15th Annual Catch the Spirit Gala, which will be held on Friday, April 20, at the Swan Lake Golf Resort in Plymouth.  As one of the...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON UNFAIR CHINESE TRADE PRACTICES

March 14, 2012
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON UNFAIR CHINESE TRADE PRACTICES

03/15/12 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement on the Obama Administration’s decision to take up the case of Chinese restrictions on rare earth metals at the World Trade Organization. “I am glad that the president talked this afternoon about China’s unfair trade practices. Those unfair practices rig the game to benefit Chinese...
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