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Boy’s Tennis Sectional at CMA Postponed

September 28, 2011

09/28/11  4 p.m. Due to the weather, we are postponing today’s boy’s tennis sectional match until tomorrow.  The match will begin at 5:30.
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Changes to Unemployment Insurance Take Effect

September 28, 2011
Changes to Unemployment Insurance Take Effect

09/29/11 Hoosiers receiving unemployment insurance will notice changes to eligibility requirements beginning October 1, 2011. These new rules are part of a law passed by the General Assembly making several changes to unemployment insurance over the next year. “This is a part of an overall push to make the system fair for employers and...
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Community Foundation Annual Meeting Thursday

September 28, 2011
Community Foundation Annual Meeting Thursday

09/29/11 The public is invited to attend the Marshall County Community Foundation, Inc. Annual Meeting this evening (Thursday, September 29) at the Matchette Senior Center, 805 North Harris Street in Bourbon.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and refreshments will be served.  The meeting agenda includes a review by board chair, Louise Mason,...
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Sheriff Department Reports

September 28, 2011
Sheriff Department Reports

09/29/11 Last Friday, September 23rd at approximately 10:30 a.m. Officer Les McFarland with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of US 30 and Tulip Road for excessive speed.   During his investigation it was discovered that driver, Tandre A. Harris 21 from Fort Wayne had a suspended license, with...
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Business Feasibility Workshop Offered

September 28, 2011
Business Feasibility Workshop Offered

09/29/11 Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Before you start a business, you plan.  Before you try to develop a business plan, you ask questions.  The first question you should ask is, “Can I make money at this?” To answer that question the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center in...
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LaSalle Council of Boy Scouts Celebrate $340,000 in Maintenance Fund

September 28, 2011
LaSalle Council of Boy Scouts Celebrate $340,000 in Maintenance Fund

09/29/11 Boy Scouts of America, LaSalle Council held a special gathering last weekend at Rice Woods.  Part of the event announced the exciting new that thanks to all the donations they have secured the long term future of the three LaSalle Council Camps with a maintenance endowment fund which is now up to $340,000....
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CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT TO PROMOTE FIRE SAFETY

September 28, 2011
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT TO PROMOTE FIRE SAFETY

09/29/11 Trinity United Methodist Church in Plymouth definitely appreciates their Fire Department.  The church, located at 425 South Michigan Street, is planning a corn-hole tournament “fun” raiser and tailgate party to help the Plymouth Fire Department (PFD) provide fire safety literature to Plymouth grade schools.  This Sunday, October 2 Trinity’s second annual Cornhole Tournament...
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JOSEPH P. WOLVERTON – 50 – from Plymouth

September 28, 2011

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Mayor Senter Announces Platform for Re-election

September 27, 2011
Mayor Senter Announces Platform for Re-election

09/28/11 Mark Senter announced several months ago his intention to seek re-election as the Republican Mayor of the City of Plymouth.  On Monday he presented his platform for this election.    On the fiscal side the Senter administration and the Republican candidates pledge to continue to build balanced budgets that provide quality municipal services within...
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Vinall Announces Mayoral Platform

September 27, 2011
Vinall Announces Mayoral Platform

09/28/11 The municipal election campaign in Plymouth is now in full swing and Democratic Mayoral candidate Jim Vinall released his “Plan for Plymouth’s Progress” Monday afternoon. “We took the feedback received from the city-wide survey that was conducted by the Plymouth Democratic Party City Committee and developed this platform based on what the residents...
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