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What can we do when it is cold and snowy outside?

December 21, 2011
What can we do when it is cold and snowy outside?

12/22/11 Indiana Conservation Officers would like to let the people of Indiana know that just because it is cold outside does not mean that they should stop recreating there.  With the coming of Christmas and Christmas break Conservation Officers are encouraging people to get out and enjoy nature whether at a State Park or...
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DONNELLY INTRODUCES BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF A VA DATA BREACH IN A TIMELY MANNER

December 21, 2011
DONNELLY INTRODUCES BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF A VA DATA BREACH IN A TIMELY MANNER

12/22/11 This week, Congressman Joe Donnelly introduced The Veterans Data Breach Timely Notification Act, H.R. 3730, which would require the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to notify veterans of a data breach of sensitive personal information within five business days, or, with an extension, ten business days.  The VA could use the extension in...
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Argos Town Council Discusses Paid Holidays

December 21, 2011
Argos Town Council Discusses Paid Holidays

12/22/11 The Argos Town Council, during their December 7th meeting, had a discussion on the ordinance for 2012 for Paid Holidays.  Council Member, George Null, voiced his opinion that he would like to see Presidents Day and the employee’s birthday dropped from the list of 11 paid holidays.  “I also think that Veterans Day and Good Friday should...
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STATE OFFICIALS REMIND HOOSIERS TO TRAVEL SAFELY OVER THE HOLIDAYS

December 21, 2011
STATE OFFICIALS REMIND HOOSIERS TO TRAVEL SAFELY OVER THE HOLIDAYS

12/22/11 As hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers hit the road for the holidays, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Indiana State Police (ISP) are reminding motorists to plan ahead and check on road conditions before heading out. Before leaving home Find out about the driving conditions and...
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Ancilla College Receives Grant from Starke County Community Foundation

December 21, 2011
Ancilla College Receives Grant from Starke County Community Foundation

12/22/11 Ancilla College has received a $3,000 grant from the Starke County Community Foundation, the College announced on Wednesday. The grant will be used to support an outreach program that fosters an interest amongst Starke County junior high and high school girls in the areas of math and science. Tony Booker, Executive Director of...
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Plymouth Kiwanis has Santa visit the Boys and Girls Club

December 21, 2011
Plymouth Kiwanis has Santa visit the Boys and Girls Club

12/22/11 The Plymouth Kiwanis group helped to make Christmas a little sweeter for children at the Plymouth Boys and Girls Club.  Kiwanians arranged for Santa to pay the Boys and Girls Club a visit on Friday and pass out bags of candy they had donated.   Nearly 100 bags of candy were given out...
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Piano Recital at Miller’s

December 21, 2011
Piano Recital at Miller’s

12/22/11 Students of piano teacher Judy Pogar held their annual piano recital at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  During the first half of the recital each student played a song they have been working on since September and a favorite song they enjoy playing.  The second half of the program consisted of each...
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Advise to Business Offered FREE by SBDC

December 21, 2011
Advise to Business Offered FREE by SBDC

12/22/11  Individual Small Business Development Center advisement services are offered monthly in Plymouth.  Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged to sign up for one on one business counseling with Alan Steele, Advisor with the North Central Small Business Development Center. The next session will be Tuesday, January 3rd at...
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County Police Reports

December 20, 2011
County Police Reports

12/21/11  On Friday, December 16th between the hours of 1:45pm and 2:40pm an unknown person broke into the victims residence located in the 14,000 block of US 6 and removed a video game consoles, video games and several wrapped Christmas presents.  The person drove their vehicle behind the residence to hide the vehicle from...
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Ryan Stockberger Arrested on Multiple Charges

December 20, 2011
Ryan Stockberger Arrested on Multiple Charges

12/21/11 Saturday evening County Officer Kerry Brouyette was patrolling US 31 about 9 p.m. and observed a dark colored SUV commit a traffic violation. Patrolman Brouyette initiated a traffic on US 31 south of 4A Road.  During the traffic stop the officer learned that the driver of the vehicle was 34 year old Ryan...
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