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Plymouth Speedway’s Thursday Night Thunder presented by the Bear’s Den with Andrew Hayn coming to 1050 am for 2011

May 17, 2011
Plymouth Speedway’s Thursday Night Thunder presented by the Bear’s Den with Andrew Hayn coming to 1050 am for 2011

05/18/11 Andrew Hayn is proud to announce the partnership between WTCA 1050 am, Plymouth Speedway, the Bear’s Den of Argos, and himself for a radio program to air throughout the 2011 racing season on WTCA 1050 am and www.am1050.com on Thursday nights at six o’clock. Anyone with Internet access anywhere will be able to...
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Joan VanDusen – 66 – of Plymouth

May 17, 2011
Joan VanDusen – 66 – of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Marathon’s Perez Signs with Ancilla

May 17, 2011

Manny Perez of Marathon, FL, has signed with the Ancilla College men’s soccer team for the 2011 season.  Perez, a central midfielder, has captained Marathon High School the past two years under former University of Detroit Mercy standout and current Dolphins coach James Murphy.  “Manny is a player we’re counting on to bring some...
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Vicksburg’s Miller Signs with Ancilla

May 17, 2011
Vicksburg’s Miller Signs with Ancilla

05/17/11 Chelsie Miller of Vicksburg High School in Vicksburg, MI, has signed with the Ancilla College women’s volleyball team for the 2011 season.  Miller, a setter, has lettered the past two years at Vicksburg under head coach Katrina Miller and will join fellow Vicksburg teammate and Ancilla signee Kelly Duke as a member of...
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NextEra Energy, Projects 40 to 70 Wind Turbins in Marshall County

May 16, 2011
NextEra Energy, Projects 40 to 70 Wind Turbins in Marshall County

05/17/11 A representative from NextEra Energy Resources, a Fortune 200 company based out of Juno Beach, FL, told the Marshall County Commissioners that they are in the early stages of developing a project in Marshall and Fulton Counties. Paul Dockery said the project they are working on would be 40 to 70 wind turbines...
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Activity Report for Plymouth Fire and Police

May 16, 2011
Activity Report for Plymouth Fire and Police

 05/17/11 Last week members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety were updated by department heads with various monthly reports.  Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox distributed his April Activity Report.  Last month his department handled 721 requests for information, conducted 258 traffic stops, investigated 254 complaints and answered 168 9-1-1 calls.  Plymouth...
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Public Open House Planned To Update Progress On The Major Moves New U.S. 31 Project

May 16, 2011
Public Open House Planned To Update Progress On The Major Moves New U.S. 31 Project

05/17/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will hold a public open house on Tuesday, May 17, to update the public on the progress of the Major Moves New U.S. 31 project in St. Joseph and Marshall counties. The purpose of the open house is to present updated design and construction plans and to...
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Local Law Enforcement Agencies Plan Around the Clock Emforcement of Click It or Ticket

May 16, 2011
Local Law Enforcement Agencies Plan Around the Clock Emforcement of Click It or Ticket

05/17/1 Marshall County Police announced its participation in the state’s 2011 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization from Friday, May 20th through Sunday, June 5th. Officers will join more than 260 state and local law enforcement agencies, including the Indiana State Police, to conduct high-visibility patrols targeting Hoosiers who fail to buckle up. Despite...
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State Sen. Charbonneau Achieves Perfect Voting Attendance Record

May 16, 2011
State Sen. Charbonneau Achieves Perfect Voting Attendance Record

05/17/11  State SenatorEd Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) was recognized Monday by Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) for achieving a perfect voting attendance record during the 2011 legislative session. “Senator Charbonneau is a leader who not only makes sure his constituents’ voices are heard in the legislature, he rarely misses hearings and is highly accessible to...
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Union North $15 Million Building Project Dropped

May 16, 2011
Union North $15 Million Building Project Dropped

05/17/11 After years of a tug-of-war between patrons of the Union-North United School district who were in favor of building a new $15.4 middle school and those opposed, the matter is now off of the table. During the meting of the school board May 12, the project was officially dropped with a vote of...
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