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Commissioners to Meet Monday

April 17, 2011
Commissioners to Meet Monday

04/18/11 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The agenda includes the quarterly update by the County’s Health Insurance provider, The Healey Group and the quarterly update by the new building commissioner, Chuck DeWitt. The Commissioners will hold a public...
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Knox Man Flees Through Wetlands

April 17, 2011
Knox Man Flees Through Wetlands

04/18/11 On Wednesday, April 13th at 8:15 p.m.  Plymouth Police Officers responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a shoplifter that had fled the store.  Officer Jason Dobbins initiated a foot pursuit that went through the Pioneer Seed wetlands area. 24 year old Jacob A Scott of Knox was apprehended and transported to the Marshall...
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City Council Receives Copy of Airport CIP

April 17, 2011
City Council Receives Copy of Airport CIP

04/18/11 Plymouth Airport Manager Dave Lattimer presented member of the Common Council with the 2012-2016 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Projects in the CIP for 2011 include the 3rd reimbursement for the Stockberger property, design and construction of the corporate apron, along with determining whether the existing runway can be improved to a point that...
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Jana’s Gymnastics competes in Spring Fling Gymnastics Meet

April 17, 2011
Jana’s Gymnastics competes in Spring Fling Gymnastics Meet

04/18/11 Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Spring Fling Gymnastics Meet on Saturday, April 16th in South Bend.  This meet  provided an introduction to our Copper Team as they competed in their very first away meet and provided a venue for our veteran gymnasts to try new skills that they had not competed before or...
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Earthworks Schedules First Film in Environmental Film Series

April 17, 2011
Earthworks Schedules First Film in Environmental Film Series

04/18/11 On Tuesday, April 19, at 6:30 pm, Earthworks will be showing Hidden Dangers in Kids’ Meals, a 29 minute film describing some of the issues about genetically modified foods.  The screening is open to the public. School districts, supermarkets, even whole countries have banned genetically engineered foods, fearing that they are not safe....
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Water Main Flushing on City’s SW Side

April 17, 2011
Water Main Flushing on City’s SW Side

04/18/11 The unidirectional water main flushing project will continue in the City of Plymouth. Utilities Superintendent Donnie Davidson said beginning on Monday, April 18th and running through April 29th, the City of Plymouth Water Department will be performing a unidirectional water main flushing of the distribution system in the southwest section of the city....
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

April 16, 2011
STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

04/18/11 Nancy Dembowski, Representative for House District 17 talked about the remaining session and some of the bills being considered. Dembowski said, “The 2011 session of the Indiana General Assembly will be over in two weeks. The end cannot come soon enough for the people of Indiana.” She noted, “In recent days, we have...
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Climbing Brothers to Share Adventure Stories at Culver Academies

April 16, 2011
Climbing Brothers to Share Adventure Stories at Culver Academies

04/18/11 Climbers Timmy and Sean O’Neill will bring their unique, entertaining, and enlightening stories of ascending sheer cliff faces and rock formations, including El Capitan in California and Castleton Tower in Utah, to Culver Academies. The twist that makes the tales extraordinary and transcendent, though, is that Sean is paralyzed from the waist down...
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DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST RYAN BUDGET

April 15, 2011
DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST RYAN BUDGET

04/18/11 Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly voted against the Republican budget offered by Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.    “Spending cuts are necessary, but the Ryan budget would do so at the expense of the most vulnerable Americans,” said Donnelly.  “This budget would turn Medicare into a voucher program, significantly increasing health care costs for seniors. ...
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Ancilla College Hosts Plymouth Chamber Business Connections

April 15, 2011
Ancilla College Hosts Plymouth Chamber Business Connections

04/18/11 Over 20 local businesspeople were in attendance on Thursday as Ancilla College hosted the Business Connections meeting sponsored by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce. Attendees represented a variety of businesses from Plymouth and the surrounding Marshall County area. Dr. Ron May, Ancilla College President, spoke to those in attendance regarding future plans for...
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