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Bus company expands Indiana operations

March 28, 2014

ELKHART, Ind.  (March 28, 2014) – Ameritrans Bus, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of small to mid-size transportation vehicles, announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 35 new jobs by 2017. The Elkhart-based company, which was acquired by Faribault, Minn.-based ABC Companies in 2012, will invest $429,384 to renovate and equip...
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Operation Quiet Comfort to host fundraising dinner

March 28, 2014
Operation Quiet Comfort to host fundraising dinner

PLYMOUTH - The 3rd annual “Celebrate & Support Our Troops” dinner and auction fundraiser for Operation Quite Comfort will be held here in Plymouth on Thursday, April 3rd. This has been very successful in the past and this year they are planning an even more exciting event! The Celebrate & Support Our Troops fundraiser...
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Donnelly statement supports Ukraine

March 28, 2014
Donnelly statement supports Ukraine

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After returning from a bipartisan delegation to Ukraine earlier this week, Senator Joe Donnelly voted today to provide aid to Ukraine and impose sanctions against Russia. The bill passed the Senate by bipartisan voice vote and now goes to the House. Donnelly said, “Russia has blatantly violated another country’s sovereignty—a clear disregard...
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SJRMC breaks ground on $9 million expansion

March 28, 2014
SJRMC breaks ground on $9 million expansion

PLYMOUTH – St. Joseph Regional Medical Center broke ground Friday for a $9 million investment in emergency services for Marshall County and the surrounding area. Calling it “…More than an expansion of an emergency room, rather an investment in the county and a service to the community…” President and CNO of St. Joe Med...
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Partnership promotes saving America’s treasures

March 28, 2014

WASHINGTON – The National Park Service and the American Architectural Foundation have announced a new partnership to promote Save America’s Treasures, a grant program that preserves nationally significant historic properties and collections for future generations of Americans. As the new non-profit partner of Save America’s Treasures, the American Architectural Foundation will work with the National...
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Pence earmarks $400 million for highway expansion

March 28, 2014
Pence earmarks $400 million for highway expansion

Today in Valparaiso, Governor Mike Pence signed into law a road funding bill that will invest up to another $400 million dollars for next generation highway expansion. The funds will be put to use on projects immediately, creating new jobs for Hoosiers now.  This move comes after Governor Pence dedicated hundreds of millions in...
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Pence signs veterans bills

March 28, 2014
Pence signs veterans bills

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Mike Pence today signed various bills regarding Hoosier veterans. “The men and women of our armed forces stepped forward for us, and now it’s our turn,” said Governor Pence. “The State of Indiana fully supports those who have answered the call of duty, and the legislation I sign today places a...
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Triton Kindergarten Round Up

March 28, 2014
Triton Kindergarten Round Up

BOURBON - Kindergarten Round-Up at Triton Elementary School will be held on Tuesday, April 1st from 6:00-7:30 P.M. at the school. Parents who would like to visit the Kindergarten classrooms and take a look around the school, should plan on arriving 15 to 20 minutes early. Students will have an opportunity to meet the kindergarten teachers and participate in...
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K of C hosting fish dinner

March 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH - The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat fish dinner on Friday, April 11.  The dinner will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 E. Jefferson in Plymouth from 4pm to 7pm. Your $8.50 ticket will provide with an all you can eat dinner including...
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Signs and town ordinance changes discussed by County

March 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH – The Marshall County Plan Commission had no matters for public hearing in their regular meeting Thursday but they did have some matters for discussion. County Plan Director Ralph Booker brought the Commission up to speed on several issues including slight changes taking place in ordinances for the towns of Bourbon and Argos...
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