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Dorothy M. Ringer – 85 – from Plymouth

March 15, 2014
Dorothy M. Ringer – 85 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 16 – 22

March 14, 2014
Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 16 – 22

Marshall County Emergency Management Agency would like to make sure all residents are aware that March 16th thru the 22nd has been proclaimed as “Severe Weather Awareness Week” in Indiana.  The National Weather Service, in conjunction with the Indiana State Police, Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Indiana Department of Education, the Indiana Broadcasters Association,...
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Bill Payment Assistance Still Available for NIPSCO Customers

March 14, 2014
Bill Payment Assistance Still Available for NIPSCO Customers

  Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) reminds customers of available assistance programs, payment arrangements and energy efficiency programs to help customers with their utility bills, as the state’s winter moratorium ends March 15 for customers enrolled in the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). NIPSCO and all Indiana electric and gas utilities...
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Many High School Juniors to take new ACCUPLACER Tests

March 14, 2014
Many High School Juniors to take new ACCUPLACER Tests

Many Plymouth High School juniors will have the opportunity to take an exam that is designed to assess college and career readiness. The ACCUPLACER will be given on both Monday, March 17 and Tuesday, March 18. Questions on the specifics of the test can be referred to Aimee Portteus, PHS director of guidance. ACCUPLACER...
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Donnelly: Hoosier Children Deserve Highest Quality Child Care

March 14, 2014
Donnelly: Hoosier Children Deserve Highest Quality Child Care

Washington, D.C.—Senator Joe Donnelly Thursday welcomed the bipartisan Senate passage of S. 1086, the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act of 2014.  This bill, which passed by a vote of 97 to 1, would reauthorize a law designed to help working American families afford child care that has not been reauthorized since 1996. ...
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Theft from Conference Room at Poor Hand Maid Ministry Center

March 14, 2014
Theft from Conference Room at Poor Hand Maid Ministry Center

  03/15/14 On Thursday, March 13th just before 1 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call from Poor Hand Maids Ministry in regards to a theft.  Deputy Matt Brown took a report from the caller who said on Wednesday, March 12th between 12:00 P.M. and 12:45 P.M. someone entered one of the...
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Marijuana Complaint Leads to Arrest of 2

March 14, 2014
Marijuana Complaint Leads to Arrest of 2

  03/14/14  On Saturday, March 8th at 12:21 A.M. the Plymouth Police Department received numerous calls about someone smoking marijuana at 308 East Jefferson Street in Apartment 1.  Officer Paul Stamper responded to the address to investigate the complaint.  During the investigation 53 year old Curtis M. Batey of Plymouth was found to be...
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County Highway Deals with Snow and Holes

March 14, 2014
County Highway Deals with Snow and Holes

    03/14/14 With this extreme winter and now the start of the freeze and thaw season, Marshall County Highway employees are busy still plowing snow and patching pot holes. On Tuesday evening a major crater was located by a county officer in the 17,000 block of 7th Road.  The cave-in was more than...
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Local Rotary Clubs Plans Antique & Collectable Show on Michigan Street in Oct.

March 14, 2014
Local Rotary Clubs Plans Antique & Collectable Show on Michigan Street in Oct.

03/14/14 Monday evening Jim Baldwin from the Plymouth Rotary Club appeared before the City Common Council seeking permission to hold an Antique and Collectibles Show on Michigan Street in October. Baldwin said the club would like to close Michigan Street between Washington Street and LaPorte Street from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday,...
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Ancilla College Announces Receipt of Major Gift

March 13, 2014
Ancilla College Announces Receipt of Major Gift

  03/14/14 DONALDSON – Ancilla College has received a gift in the amount of $1,002, 732 from emeritus trustee, Jim Hardesty.  The gift came in response to a recently announced $875,000 matching gift opportunity from an anonymous donor.  “We are truly humbled, as well as very excited to be the beneficiary of Jim’s generosity,”...
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